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I sat down for an interview with radical journalism professor Robert Jensen Thursday. It will appear here and on the radio soon. Meanwhile, these are headlines related to journalism practice, news reporting, propaganda and business models.

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Traditional media meets new media at SXSW by Wells Dunbar

Political reporters too scared of politics to cover politics from FAIR

Woeful Wash. Post is more neocon than ever from Consortium News

Brad Friedman, NYT and the need for news quality standards by Sue Wilson

NYT veering neocon from Consortium News

NYT: We won’t lose readers by charging

The new mobile news landscape from Pew Research Center

Laid off journalist: Have keyboard, will travel

The future of food journalism from Huffington Post

Study: Long, happy articles are most-emailed by readers

Huffington Post launching site featuring college newspaper content

Student paper recovers from censorship from SPLC

The force behind Washington political book deals

Insight into how media can ‘coordinate’ with govt to produce propaganda

Egyptian blogger freed after military trial suspended

Writer who resigned from Daily Beast addresses ‘plagiarism’ in his work

Gerald Posner’s plagiarism apology and why it doesn’t work by Caitlin Kelly

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Jon Stewart skewers headlines of lefty blogs

TOP STORIES
5 ways the Tea Party could fail from National Journal
DEMOCRACY & CAMPAIGN CASH
FOREIGN POLICY & TERRORISM
Bush, Cheney and the great espace by William Rivers Pitt
The lynch mob mentality by Glenn Greenwald
MEDIA POLITICS
JOURNALISM & THE FREE PRESS
TECHNOLOGY & PRIVACY

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TECHNOLOGY

Why is the White House backing away from net neutrality?

FCC delays new national broadband plan for another month

‘TV Everywhere’ takes even more public interest advocacy heat

TASER’s new weapon: Mobile phone monitoring for parents

POLITICS

How the Teamsters beat Goldman Sachs, saved 30,000 jobs

Maddow: Giuliani’s ‘whole brand’ based on exploiting 9/11

Doing journalism in 2010 is an act of community organizing

Palin’s inaccuracies helped McCain lessen vote margin in ’08

CULTURE

Prop. 8: Fight over gay marriage going to trial in federal court

Army soldier imprisoned for lyrics of ‘Stop Loss’ hip hop song

Conan, Leno to fight in a pit, whoever wins ‘gets to leave NBC’

The age of privacy is over, says Facebook founder Zuckerberg

ECONOMY

Impact of Urban Wal-Mart study: 0 jobs brought to Chicago

For unemployed professionals, new job often means a pay cut

House committee wants Geithner to testify on AIG bailout $

Bill Moyers: Wall Street is riding a ‘surging ocean of greed’

ETC

Bono, your Palestinian Gandhis exist, in graves and prisons

Ecuador to grant radio frequencies to its indigenous nations

USDA has no problem with ammonia in our hamburger meat

Rupert Murdoch’s son-in-law ‘fires a rocket’ at Roger Ailes

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Chevron Ecuador Oil Opposition

Clean up Ecuador campaign

Campaign for Chevron justice in Ecuador

Dems strip single-payer proposal from health care overhaul

Crowdsourcing AT&T’s anti-net neutrality campaign by Art Brodsky

US Chamber shuts off TheYesMen.org and 400 other activist sites

White House, Senate agree on media shield law; Vote likely Nov. 5th

Questions surrounding Dobbs’ gunfire incident cast doubt on CNN credibility

Haitian Prime Minister fired by Senate from Media Hacker

Yes, journalists deserve subsidies too by Bob McChesney & John Nichols

What women really want from Save the Internet

Obama: Send condolence letters to parents of soldier suicides by Amy Goodman

Leaked: Dozens of members of Congress under investigation

ACORN scandal: Conservatives’ 25-year goal of de-funding the left revealed

News Hunt ‘bad journalism’ results

Netflix accused of hurting Hollywood’s profits from Public Knowledge

Comcast, GE deal getting closer

Online focus is working for CS Monitor from Poynter

NY Times’ coming Jihad against HuffPo

CNN now in horse race with HuffPo and Daily Beast

Colorado Court of Appeals: Caregivers must do more than just grow marijuana

Telco-funded Phoenix Center flip flops on net neutrality

2010 SXSW Interactive panels announced

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UN: Millions will starve as rich nations cut food aid

Senate apology to native people a good first step by Sarah Van Gelder

Court denies government attempt to delay records, again from EFF

Geography of job loss

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