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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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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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John Dean: Why Cheney pushed so hard to get a pardon for Libby

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House passes resolution 344-36 calling Gaza war crimes report ‘unworthy’

EDITORIAL: Some sense on defense spending by NY Times

Elizabeth Warren wields plan in fight over credit rules

YIKES: Project Censored round-up of the British police state

POLICY

Pro-net neutrality professors say FCC’s proposal is ambiguous

Andy Schwartzman on the upcoming FCC ownership review

One Economy proposes Digital Literacy Initiative broadband plan

Future of Music Coalition wants FCC to become radio data central

Copyright Alliance & music publishers support IP czar Victoria Espinel

Victoria Espinel qualified, but likely powerless from Excess Copyright

MEDIA

EU eyes ‘digital divide’ after DTV transition by Matthew Lasar

Nielsen: Radio reaches 77% of adults daily (5 city study)

FCC lowers the plank for Florida pirate, $2500 settlement

HEALTH

Sit-in for single-payer at Rep. Pelosi’s office from Dollars and Sense

Rep. Kucinich: Not giving up on state single payer

28 male anti-choice Dems are stalling health reform

GOP bill would allow insurers to ignore consumer protections

Gore controversy, advocate & investor

Federal prosecutor: Medical marijuana raids won’t stop

Colorado health department changes ‘caregiver’ rule for marijuana

TECH & PRESS & OPINION

Shield law would protect student journalists from SPLC

Editorial: Pass shield law quickly from NY Times

Virginia’s elections are unconstitutional from Project Censored

Newsosaur: Pay walls mixed with free access

Pesticide industry rep. picked for trade post draws fire

Droid vs. iPhone really about Verizon vs. AT&T

O’Reilly to Hume: You don’t have a conservative viewpoint

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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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