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Is The New York Times Selling About.com? No.

Time Inc. Boss Ann Moore Giving Her Marching/Firing Orders Today?

MySpace Campaigns for Ad Dollars–Will It Have to Come Clean After the Election?

Condé’s Going-Away Present for Fired Portfolio Editor: A Book Party

Would You Pay $162 a Year for All the Music You Can Eat?

Washington Post Turns in Another Lousy Quarter. But It Could Have Been Worse

Google’s Plea to Publishers: Please Keep Using Us

One Time Inc. Casualty: Digital Boss Ned Desmond

Condé Nast Firing Most of Portfolio.com Staff

Cuts Coming to Condé Nast, Too. Portfolio Gathers the Troops for All-Hands Meeting.

Sumner Redstone: I’m Done Selling CBS, Viacom Shares. I Mean It.

CNET’s Debut at CBS: Pretty Good

eMusic Cutting 10 Percent of Staff; Still Looking for CEO

Who Needs Seinfeld? Microsoft’s New Do-It-Yourself Ads

Magazine Giant Meredith: Our Ads Are Lousy, Too

Sony’s Money-Losing Music Bet: Sales Down 11 Percent, Losses Increase

Found: A Publishing Optimist!

MTV: Just Ignore That Nice New Video Site We Rolled Out Yesterday

Advertising Giant IPG: We’ll Admit It–The Ad Market Doesn’t Look That Great

New York Times Boss to Staff: Keep Up the Good Work, and We Probably Won’t Fire You

MTV’s Video Site: Very Nice, Very Late

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The problem with the Billionaire Savior phase of the newspaper collapse has always been that billionaires don’t tend to like the kind of authority-questioning journalism that upsets the status quo.

— Ryan Chittum, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review about the promise of Pierre Omidyar’s new media venture with Glenn Greenwald