Jul 20, 2009

Four in the morning

1. The new FCC chairman, Julius Genachowski, is a techie, a broadband-for-everyone proponent, and not so interested in Janet Jackson's wardrobe malfunctions. WashPost

2. As part of the "individuated news" experiment, MediaNews Group has paired with Printcasting to try to sop up more local ad dollars. NYT

3. If the public won't pay for City Hall coverage it seems the politicos skulking about City Hall will - at least, that's what Seattle start-up Publicola is finding out. Nieman Lab

4. Lionel Rolfe dishes on his ongoing beef with David Ulin, editor of the LA Times book pages. Random Lengths

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