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Sept. 24, 2009, 2 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Americans oppose tax-dollar support for newspapers, Gawker Media’s image-based scoops, Twitter wary of geodata subpoenas

78% of Americans oppose spending tax dollars to support newspapers in financial trouble http://tr.im/zBof »

Why a link from Yahoo drives unparalleled traffic: They have a 48% market share of U.S. portal front pages http://tr.im/zBxv »

I find Andrew Breitbart loathsome, but @jackshafer‘s praise is a pitch-perfect ode to American journalism http://tr.im/zBp8 »

Nick Denton says pictures are the common thread in Gawker Media’s big scoops http://tl.gd/icei More: http://j.mp/4lGYKL »

We might see more of this: Austin American-Statesman runs an ad for local business in its Twitter feed http://tr.im/zCf2 »

To avoid subpoenas, Twitter will scrub new location metadata from tweets after 14 days http://tr.im/zE86 (HT @citmedialaw»

 
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After criticism over “viewpoint diversity,” NPR adds new layers of editorial oversight
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