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Collateral murder in Iraq by Amy Goodman

Fox continues CBS, ABC, CNN propaganda to attack Iran from Project Censored

Ray McGovern’s letter to Robert Parry on Daniel Ellsberg

University paper battles restrictive media policy from SPLC

Apologist says now isn’t ‘right time’ for cracking down on unpaid internships

Comcast court victory a major setback to net neutrality efforts

Andrew Romanoff: Fighting for net neutrality from Huffington Post

Common Cause blasts net neutrality decision

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TOP STORIES

US oil company donated millions to climate skeptic groups, says Greenpeace

The obscenity of war by Amy Goodman

Citizens united against Citizens United by David Swanson

Police: Teaching kids to mistrust govt. makes couple ‘unsuitable’ parents

FINANCIAL SHENANIGANS

Bailed out banks are even more powerful now than before the crisis

Elizabeth Warren: Bank lobbyists fought for very thing they’re now against

Supreme Court hands victory to mutual fund industry

Student loans: Govt. is now officially in the banking business

TECHNOLOGY POLITICS

Google goes evil, gets in bed with Verizon by Josh Silver

PR firm behind propaganda videos given $25M stimulus contract

Google says China’s ‘great firewall’ blocked search

Fox News has best quarter in network history from Mediaite

POLITICAL INTRIGUE

Thanks health bill, for $250M back to abstinence-only education

Naomi Wolf thinks Tea Parties help fight fascism from Alternet

Brown vs. Democracy in California by George Lakoff

States high on marijuana tax as budget cure

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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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"Energy, Budget Cuts, Tax, Lift American Spirits"

Palin reads cheat notes from her palm on Tea Party stage

SNL mocks Fox News on ‘Don’t ask, don’t tell’

Iran arrests 7 ‘spies’ tied to US-funded radio station

In response to this story, one Raw commenter insisted the site was covering-up the following news stories:

Iran accepts third party enrichment deal terms from Antiwar.com

Iranian scientist assassinated as US steps up war threats

Obama spreads war flames in Middle East from Global Research

I regularly link to news from Antiwar.com on Raw Story, and found both of these Global Research pieces to be thought-provoking. If only the commenter wasn’t anonymous, I could let them know Raw only schedules me once a week, making it difficult for me to conspire to cover anything up, or cover much of anything for that matter…

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56 papers in 45 countries publish joint editorial from Editor & Publisher

Joint climate editorial carried by global newspapers; How it came about

Gen. McCaffrey still not disclosing profit motives on MSNBC

Op-Ed: Entitled to their own ‘facts’? from Truthout

Mediacom seeks to bypass municipal agreement in Dubuque

Small and local wins the race: Manhattan Media

Apple acquires Lala streaming service

Half of all police surveillance includes text messaging

UK police u-turn on photographers & anti-terror laws

Morales, harsh critic of US, reelected as Bolivian president

Venezuela refashions seized banks into public entity

Tens of thousands stage colorful anti-Berlusconi protest in Rome

Riots break out in Greece on anniversary of police murder

Baucus kept relationship from DOJ when recommending girlfriend

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Chronic case of denial

Pentagon used psyops on US public from Raw Story

Musicians demand info on their music used for torture

AT&T staff told to complain about net neutrality to FCC

Oops: Sequoia reveals e-voting code from Tech Dirt

Rep. Polis narrowly avoids net neutrality disaster

Broadband stimulus has failed to date from App Rising

Rachel Maddow challenges Liz Cheney: be on my show

New public media models examined from Media Shift

Infinite Dial calls Absolute Radio UK ‘most innovative in the world’

First public white spaces broadband network trial launch in Virginia: 1 2

FBI can continue to gag recipient of National Security Letter

Propaganda now on sale at AT&T store from Public Knowledge

AT&T boss asks employees to fake it from Save the Internet

Over 200,000 calls to Congress in favor of health reform in 1 day

Google partners with iLike and Lala for new music service

Pentagon instructs officials to cancel nonexistent ACORN contracts

Adam Carolla podcast credited for new radio content trend

Denver Westword hiring marijuana critic is national news!

Medical marijuana applicants in Colorado increasing

Hemp: Legalize it and I will industrialize it from Huff Po

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Rocky Mountain Independent to cease new content

Jeremy Scahill & Glenn Greenwald on Grit TV

10 ways to debunk telecom shills by Tim Karr

Copyright Alliance exposed as astroturf propaganda

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