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Oct. 5, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: TPM’s hiring, Kurtz leaves WaPo for Daily Beast, marijuana offers new revenue stream for newspapers

Colorado Springs Independent hires new reporter, promotes three staffers, thanks to medical marijuana ads http://nie.mn/9foxqF

Old media to new: Howard Kurtz signs on to the Daily Beast http://nie.mn/bkZtmC

More Political Punch: Jake Tapper will host weekly webcast on ABCNews.com http://nie.mn/c9ijkv

In a mobile TV for smartphone test users said they want live, local news http://nie.mn/cIDXA1

We’ll be chatting with @nickbilton about journalism, biz models, and his great new book later this week. Have a question for him? @ us!

So what’s .@marcoarment working on now? Instapaper rolls out $1/month subscriptions http://nie.mn/9lI0cS

Hulu CEO to mag publishers: “Content is discretionary, so you better focus on convenience” http://nie.mn/bo1yHS

Know a great reporter TPM should snap up? Let @joshtpm know http://nie.mn/ahCWcz

 
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