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Media Talk from the Missouri School of Journalism
Wed May 2, 2012
Views of the News: Murdoch "Not Fit"; Obama's Secret Trip, OBL: What Would Mitt Do?; Paywalls Work?
Murdoch "Not Fit" to Run News Corp.
Paul Sonne and Jeanne Whalen, The Wall Street Journal: "News Corp. Blasted In U.K."
David Carr, The New York Times: "Deconstructing Parliament's Loquacious Condemnation of News Corporation"
JimRomenesko.com: "Murdoch's Letter to Dow Jones Employees"
Amy Chozick, The New York Times: "Findings Bolster Calls for News Corp. Changes"
Ed Pilkington and Dominic Rushe, The Guardian: "Rupert Murdoch's Fox broadcast licences targeted by US ethics group"
Sam Gustin, Time: "Rupert Murdoch: Not 'Fit,' but Still 'Proper' -- for Now"
Obama's Sorta Secret Afghan Trip
Howard Kurtz, The Daily Beast: "Obama's Stealth Mission to Afghanistan Shakes Up the Campaign"
Alex Fitzpatrick, Mashable: "How Twitter Nearly Ruined Obama's Secret Trip to Afghanistan"
Zeke Miller, BuzzFeed: "How The White House Smothered The News of Obama's Trip to Afghanistan"
Osama bin Laden: What Would Mitt Have Done?
John Cassidy, The New Yorker: "Romney Walks Into Obama's Bin Laden Trap"
Dan Turner, Los Angeles Times: "Obama's Bin Laden ad a low blow"
Michael Hiastings, BuzzFeed: "Will The Navy SEALs Swift Boat Obama?"
More Transparency for Campaign Commercials
Doug Halonen, The Wrap: "FCC to TV Stations: Put Political-Ad Information Online"
Justin Elliott, ProPublica: "FCC-Required Political Ad Data Disclosures Won't Be Searchable"
Paywalls May be Stabilizing Newspaper Readership
Nat Ives, Ad Age: "Aided by Paywalls, Newspapers Halt Circulation Declines"
Steve Myers, Poynter.org: "Several big circulation gainers charge for online access, almost none of losers do"
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