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The outing of a priest shines light on the power — and partisanship — of Catholic media in the U.S.
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April 13, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: NYT takes on WSJ, HuffPo launches food vertical, mobile Web to beat desktop browsing by 2015

From Treme to the 9/11 Commission Report: index as story http://j.mp/91fdat »

Mobile Web will be bigger than desktop browsing by 2015, Morgan Stanley analysts predicthttp://j.mp/9YjGCB »

CNN to launch new entertainment and tech sections, plus blogs on Afghanistan, religion, food and breaking news http://j.mp/9CcQTL

You say paywall, Daily Variety says “velvet rope” http://j.mp/9vFVUY »

HuffPo launches new food section, keeps the Huff flavor, ie: photos of Biden’s cheesesteak, Batali goes green http://j.mp/9Aj4GC »

Creator of VH1’s Pop Up Video helps Yahoo create a daily online video round up of the news, “Who Knew?” http://j.mp/bFO94r »

NYT hits back, looks to pick up WSJ readers with a revamped business sectionhttp://j.mp/bSaFwv »

 
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