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Daily Show Skewers Gretchen Carlson | John Stamos On The Fritz |

The Daily Show: Turns out Gretchen Carlson isn’t a dumb blonde after all, she just plays one on TV.

Editor and Publisher: Are women editors leaving the news workplace on purpose? And how do we get them back?

MediaElites: The Baltimore Sun blog just up and quit pretending it cared about John Stamos’ extortion case.

BayNewser: Isn’t it about time we start wondering why Google News always ranks Examiner.com articles so high?

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The News Literacy Project: Bringing Accountability Into the Classroom

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Vivian Schiller, Soledad O’Brien and Alan Miller Photo via Meredith Goncalves

Last night, Time Warner hosted a litany of major media players, all gathered in support of The News Literacy Project. Founded by Alan Miller, who left his investigative reporter position at the Los Angeles Times to do the unthinkable – teach students to think critically about the barrage of information thrown at them on the Internet — the program attracted the attention of board members like NPR CEO Vivian Schiller, CNN‘s Soledad O’Brien and Paul Mason, formerly of ABC News. Also on hand yesterday evening was The New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr., one of the evening’s co-hosts and participants in last night’s silent auction to raise money for the NLP.

Launched last spring, the NLP brings journalists from across the media world to social studies, English, and history classes in middle and high schools in New York City, Maryland, and Chicago where they teach students how to think critically and pick out reliable information from the overwhelming amount of news that bombards them every day.

Last night’s fundraiser included panels with some of the inaugural members of the program, including Anabel Rivas, a graduate of New York’s Facing History School (one of the three public schools that participated in the first NLP program), as well as Facing History’s principal Gillian Smith, Vice Principal Mark Otto and AP English teacher Kristina Wylie, whose classroom was one of the first to benefit from the News Literacy Program.

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Loeb Awards: Chris Anderson Wins Best Book

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The Loeb Awards–the Pulitzers of the business journalism world–were handed out last night by the dean of UCLA’s Anderson School of Management at a dinner in New York. The West Coast winner is

Chris Anderson, of Wired, won for his book, The Long Tail.

Full list below.

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