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Yogi Berra Tips His Cap to Duke Ellington - Posted July 27, 2014
The gist of Newsday sportswriter Mike Gavin's article this weekend is about how current Yankee and Mets players were connected to their "walk-up songs," e.g. those pop tunes that blare over the PA as a hitter moves from the on-deck circle to the batter's box. ... [AllFacebook]

Penn State Moves Forward on Two Fronts - Posted August 28, 2012
Two of the parties involved in the ongoing Penn State child abuse scandal have decided to try and salvage their reputations--with very different goals, methods and results. On the one hand, disgraced former... [FishbowlDC]

New York Times' New Paywall Vs. WSJ, Newsday - Posted March 17, 2011
[caption id="attachment_2884" align="alignright" width="420" caption=" paywall coming to a browser near you."][/caption] Today, The New York Times announced details of its new paywall, which hits ... [10,000 Words]

Richard Rosen Moves From WWD To Newsday - Posted December 17, 2010
Richard Rosen is taking his near quarter-century of New York journalism experience back to the traditional newsroom. ... [FishbowlLA]

Newsday Spot Points Out One Thing the iPad Isn't Good for - Posted September 13, 2010
Newsday, the Cablevision Systems-owned daily newspaper serving Long Island, N.Y., is running the following humorous ad to promote its iPad app: ... [WebNewser -]