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Daily Archives: March 2, 2013

* Thousands of copies of Tulane’s student newspaper are trashed. They had a page one story about a frat-house drug bust. (nola.com) | (thehullabaloo.com) | The drug bust story: (thehullabaloo.com)

-- Tulane papers trashed.

— Tulane papers trashed.

* New York Times announces (late Friday afternoon) that it’s shuttering its Green blog. (nytimes.com) | “This is terrible news, to say the least.” (cjr.org)
* Union claims the Journal Register is exploiting the system to get unfair concessions from workers. crainsdetroit.com) | Unions at JRC papers in Michigan consider a strike. (detroitnews.com)
* Longtime CBS News staffer Byron Pitts is expected to jump to ABC. (mije.org)
* Bleacher Report co-founder Bryan Goldberg responds to critic Will Leitch. (pandodaily.com)
* “Amazing” photos of Rupert Murdoch are now on Tumblr. (qz.com)
* The FCC should let Murdoch — and anyone else with broadcast holdings — buy newspaper companies. (chicagobusiness.com)
* When advertising becomes content, who wins? (paidcontent.org)
* Nevada Mining Association pulls its TV ads over investigative reports; station owner calls it “blackmail.” (lasvegassun.com)
* No more Saturday edition of the Enquirer Journal in Monroe, N.C. (facebook.com)