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Networks Plan Special Reports For Obama News Conference (TVNewser)
President Barack Obama has called a 1:15 p.m. ET Super Tuesday news conference -- his first solo newser in five months.

Rush Limbaugh Advertisers Keep Leaving Show In Wake Of Sandra Fluke Comments (HuffPost)
The steady stream of advertisers fleeing Rush Limbaugh's radio show continued Monday and Tuesday, as at least eight more sponsors announced that they would no longer run commercials on the program in the wake of Limbaugh's offensive comments about Sandra Fluke.

In Major Digitization Effort, Scholastic Launches E-Reading App For Kids (paidContent)
The kids' e-book market is still nascent, with e-books making up just about 3 percent of children's book sales. That could change now that Scholastic, the world's largest children's book publishers, is digitizing the majority of its list and releasing an e-reading app, "Storia," that includes a large e-bookstore and lets kids read e-books based on their reading level.

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