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Revolving Door Newsletter: 11.11.11
An Eye For News; A Media Great Says Goodbye

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Despite Fake Bylines, San Francisco Chronicle to Continue Using Journatic's BlockShopper - Posted July 16, 2012
Pulitzer Prize nominated journalist Rebecca Rosen Lum has some sobering news from the opposite end of the journalism scale. ... [FishbowlLA]

How News Orgs Used Social Media to Pay Tribute to Whitney Houston - Posted February 13, 2012
When the news broke that Whitney Houston had died, the world was shocked. Social media sites lit up. On Twitter, hashtags related to Houston and her name itself dominated the trending topics. YouTube's News channel featured her videos. Fan pages were created on Facebook. On Pinterest a search for "Whitney Houston" ... [10,000 Words]

Andrew Beaujon Joins Poynter - Posted February 1, 2012
Looks like Poynter has found its replacement for Jim Romenesko. Director of Poynter Online Julie Moos ... [FishbowlLA]

Jim Romenesko Launches New Website - Posted November 21, 2011
Shortly after his resignation from Poynter, in the wake of what many critics called a manufactured attribution scandal, Jim Romenesko officially launched his new site Jimromenesko.com over the weekend. His first post detailed the ugly behind-the-scenes dealings that hastened his departure from Poynter. His contention seems to be ... [FishbowlLA]

Poynter Editor: Jim Romenesko's Posts Have "Incomplete Attribution" But Aren't Plagiarism - Posted November 10, 2011
Today, Poynter editor Julie Moos ... [10,000 Words]

Jim Romenesko Accused of Improper Attribution - Posted November 10, 2011
Jim Romenesko, the Godfather of media blogging, announced a semi-retirement from his popular Poynter blog a couple of months ago. Today he probably wishes he had retired fully--because an assistant editor at the Columbia Journalism R... [FishbowlLA]

Bin Laden-Palooza: LA Times Isn't Deemed Coverworthy* - Posted May 2, 2011
Over at Poynter, Julie Moos has assembled a popular list of twenty-some-odd newspaper covers from across the country and their reactions to the killing of Osama bin Laden... [FishbowlLA]

WaPo's Kurtz Questions Baker on 'Rahmism' Sourcing - Posted March 16, 2010
It's not everyday that a writer reveals intricate details about his relationship with a key source in a story. Or, that he writes that a source "declined to talk to me on the record" - implying to some readers that the source sang in some fashion. On Sunday on CNN's "Reliable Sources"... [FishbowlDC]

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