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Daily Archives: July 25, 2012

* News outlets should band together and stop agreeing to quote approval. (American Journalism Review)
* Was WSJ’s James Taranto simply trying to be provocative with “worthy of the sacrifice” tweet? (New York Observer)
* AOL reports 17 cents per share profit in 2Q as ad sales rise and the company books a gain from a patent sale. (Bloomberg)
* Tabloid journalist laments the end of the “anything goes” reporting era at British newspapers. (New York Times)
* New York Daily News hoping to hear editor’s vision for the paper. (Capital New York)
* Broward Palm Beach New Times has questions about Sun-Sentinel editor’s $3 million bankruptcy. (New Times)
* A lot of teachers used the Weekly Reader on Friday afternoon — “just a wonderful end of the week.” (New York Times)