Views of the News: Super Bowl, Scientology, Chinese Hackers, Skeetgate

Feb 6, 2013

Super Bowl Blackout, Ads, Tweets

Steve Coll, The New Yorker: "The Super Bowl's Journalism Malfunction"

Will Leitch, Sports On Earth: "Power Failure"

Seth Stevenson, Slate: "The Best and Worst Super Bowl Ads"

Natan Edelsburg, Lost Remote: "Quick-thinking brands take to social media to capitalize on Super Bowl power outage"

Cory Bergman, Lost Remote: "Super Bowl smashes social TV records"

Eliza Kern, GigaOm: "How social media is becoming as important a live event as the live event itself"

Tanzina Vega and Michael Cieply, The New York Times: "With a Super Bowl Ad, Scientology Gets a Crowd"

Updates: Sponsored Content, More CNET Fallout

Lucia Moses, AdWeek: "After Scientology Debacle, The Atlantic Tightens Native Ad Guidelines"

Laura Hazard Owen, Paid Content: "CES severs ties with CBS over Dish Hopper coverage"

Todd Shields & Edmund Lee, Bloomberg News: "Murdoch Coveting Papers Must Wait as Rift Stalls Media Rules"

Weekly Briefs: Hacking, News Knowledge, Koch Obit, Skeetgate

Siobhan Gorman, Devlin Barrett and Danny Yadron, The Wall Street Journal: "Chinese Hackers Hit U.S. Media"

Dylan Byers, Politico: "What Chinese hacking means for journalism"

Pew Research Center for the People and the Press: "What the Public Knows -- In Pictures, Graphs and Symbols"

Jack Mirkinson, The Huffington Post: "New York Times Revises Ed Koch Obit to Include AIDS"

Rem Rieder, American Journalism Review: "Too Zany for The Onion"