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June 15, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Americans are gobbling video, lawmakers own lots of media stock

How to talk to lunatics and deal with harassment — and other tips for the investigative reporter http://nie.mn/jB9GYQ via @kalannigan »

How the NYT uses Twitter as a database: http://nie.mn/jN7Akw (Nerds, behold the blog’s clever tagline.) »

Bitly Pro is out of beta, available to all http://nie.mn/irk2CY (that’s a Bitly Pro link) »

RT @mlcalderone: When is a “conflict” a “civil war?” AP makes the call on Libya. http://nie.mn/lYlp7s »

Las Vegas judge threatens copyright defender Righthaven with sanctions http://nie.mn/mEWVKq via @Poynter »

The @mcsweeneys website got some nice improvements under the hood (“finally Y2K ready”) http://nie.mn/iUqPdG »

Sen. John Kerry owns a $1.75 million stake in Comcast and a $600,000 stake in News Corp. http://nie.mn/isBIWU »

YouTube’s “Life in a Day” movie is apparently very good http://nie.mn/iQNs15 »

The executive producer of Frontline wants to create a Public Journalism Fund http://nie.mn/lWG1gx »

Congratulations to the @berkmancenter‘s new 2011-12 fellows http://nie.mn/kQv0K5 »

PSA: @MotherJones is hiring a digital news editor in San Francisco http://nie.mn/jdTuDk »

Nielsen finds Americans are consuming more video than ever before, on all platforms http://nie.mn/jwLrn6 »

 
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