The New York Times announced this morning that in April it will be moving its pay gate to 10 free articles a month from 20. The paper also said that as of Sunday, March 18 — one year after launching paid digital subscriptions — it had approximately 454,000 paid subscribers to its various digital subscription packages, e-readers and replica editions of The New York Times and the International Herald Tribune. Read the release after the jump.
Arianna Huffington’s top editors are working on a new digital tablet magazine called Huffington. It will take the form of an app rather than a mobile-optimized website, reports Jeff Bercovici. (Forbes.com)
* Lara Logan: “It is still a man’s world in the media world.” (CUIndependent.com)
* Politico media writer Keach Hagey is joining WSJ’s media desk in mid-April. (Capital New York)
* BuzzFeed editor: Our reporters do “the kind of work that reporters love to do.” (MediaBistro)
* Finalists for the Osborn Elliott Prize for Excellence in Journalism on Asia are announced. (Asia Society)
* NPR’s ethics handbook isn’t a month old yet and at least one revision is already under way. (NPR.org)
* Baltimore Sun’s Jacques Kelly confesses to repeating sentences and entire passages from past columns. (Baltimore Sun)