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Remembering Don Hewitt|YouTube Partners With Time Warner|MySpace Confirms iLike Buy|Papers Form Sports Content Sharing Network|BusinessWeek Buy Update

TVNewser: Broadcasters remember Don Hewitt and this Sunday “60 Minutes” will have a one-hour tribute to the show’s creator. Wonder what Katie Couric‘s hair will look like in this one.

BayNewser: YouTube has partnered with Time Warner, meaning that clips from CNN, the Cartoon Network and TV shows like “Gossip Girl” and “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” will soon be available on YouTube.

WebNewser: MySpace has confirmed reports of its acquisition of social music service iLike.

Editor & Publisher: Nearly 50 newspapers have joined a national sports content sharing network, which is set to start in September.

New York Post: Keith Kelly has some dish on the BusinessWeek sale. It looks like bids from the various parties interested in the business mag won’t come until next month, and bidders are skeptical about the price that McGraw-Hill is seeking for the struggling magazine.

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