Gawker's Hamilton Nolan has unearthed a dirty marketing scam that's happening in the Internet journalism world right now: Advertisers are paying bloggers for links in posts.
Two days after the temple of journalism announced its intent to honor Hussam Salama and Mahmoud al-Kumi, who were killed in November while working as cameramen for the Middle East-based Al-Aqsa TV, the museum has decided not to recognize them, citing their employer's deep ties to Hamas.
Condé Nast has partnered with Hewlett-Packard on print-at-home magazines
The self-promoting, media-savvy, Twitter-oversharer also happens to be in charge of shaping budding minds, including, for a semester, mine
Departures of Jack Shafer and Tom Noah cause media shock and outrage
Apparently footnotes in Alex Prud'homme's new book won't suffice
HuffPost organizes a contest that designers want no part of
The practice of anonymous tipping peaked in the 1970s, a report finds
Lessons on Afghanistan, and online journalism, too
Researchers look at how business reporters talk about markets as an indicator
ProPublica's Jake Bernstein on how American law intersects with British tabloids
Underground journalists risk death to release footage of North Korean famine
Everybody knows that local papers are suffering. But what can we do about it?
Dan Lyons revealed a conflict of interest for The New York Times tech writer
Now equipped with "diplomats" the social network is getting serious about politics
An unraveling story is shedding light on how ABC News pays for stories
Ian Birrell tweeted about the Rwandan president, not expecting him to respond
What's in L'Osservatore Romano, anyway?
Don't cover your own criminal investigation
Expect to hear about this on right-wing blogs until the end of time
Media critic Jay Rosen lays out a detailed critique of ideology in the political press
An eminent editor fears solitary authors may go the way of the dodo
What has the storied 160-year-old magazine done to deserve its current crisis? The answer may be nothing.
The Times will charge frequent Web readers a fee, attracting some dire--and hopeful--predictions
Michael Kinsley's call to cut, sharpen, and shorten news stories causes a multi-blogger pile-up
Murdoch's bold plan to shut out Google is greeted with skepticism and some high hopes
Another shrewd business move, or has the cantankerous media mogul gone too far?
As CNN's primetime ratings plummet, commentators speculate on who or what deserves the most blame
Newspaper circulation is down 10.6% in America, but it's not the death of the industry
The Gray Lady lost less than expected in a week full of squabbles over how to prop up the industry
Condé Nast's decision to shutter Gourmet and three other glossies suggests profit may now trump prestige
Why are a handful of conservative columnists reviving complaints about talk radio and the coarsening of discourse?
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