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TVNewser: ABC News paid a pretty penny for the rights to video featuring Joe Jackson and family: upwards of $200,000. Along with the video, the news network also secured an exclusive interview with the grieving father of Michael Jackson.

Huffington Post: Who was the Republican senator who put his hand on New York Times columnist David Brooks‘ inner thigh?

New York Times/The Atlantic: Did White House columnist Dan Froomkin get canned by The Washington Post due to lack of Web traffic? That’s not what the new Huffington Post staffer thinks. “I don’t think page views were a major factor in my dismissal,” Froomkin told Conor Clarke today.

New York Observer: Former New York Observer columnist Rebecca Dana has left The Wall Street Journal to join The Daily Beast. She will be working as the fashion and entertainment correspondent for the Web site, and will be based out of New York but will travel frequently to Los Angeles, where the Daily Beast is establishing a new bureau.

Harvard Business: An analysis of whether Twitter can beat Google at search, or whether Twitter would make a good acquisition for the search giant, for all you techies out there.

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TheAtlantic.com Launches Business Channel

atlanbusy.pngTheAtlantic.com appears to be continuing its march to online dominance with the announcement that it has launched a business channel. Business.TheAtlantic.com, which went live today (Bank of America is the launch sponsor) will be edited by Megan McArdle and focus on business and economics featuring “original posts, dispatches, interviews and more from a range of experts”, including The Atlantic‘s Tyler Cowen, Conor Clarke, Arnold Kling, Jim Manzi, Grant McCracken, and Bart Wilson. The page will be edited Currently running on the site is an interview with uber-business journalist Michael Lewis.

According to The Atlantic this is just the first of several new online channels to be introduced. Full release after the jump.

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