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    TrumpHotels.Org Shows Off the President’s Vaunted HospitalityPeople searching for Trump Hotels are instead seeing photos of displaced immigrant children and overcrowded detention facilities.
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    Donald Trump’s ‘Live Donations’ Widget Isn’t LiveThe donors listed on the site are misleading.
  3. occupy the internet
    Occupy Websites Are Selling Really WellDomains with the word “occupy” are selling like hotcakes.
  4. hopeless candidates
    George Pataki Briefly Publishes Vice-Presidential Campaign Website“The hosting company apparently made a mistake and has prematurely made it searchable.”
  5. blog-stained wretches
    Capital New York Gets $1.7 Million in Financing [Update]And a new hire!
  6. blog-stained wretches
    Did the Huffington Post Make a Big Mistake by Suspending an ‘Over-Aggregator’?Perhaps — because now they’ve drawn a line in the sand.
  7. ink-stained wretches
    Newsweek.com Will Cease to Exist on July 19Instead the URL will direct users to the Daily Beast.
  8. glenn beck
    Glenn Beck Will Go Online-Only, With Subscription ChannelA bold move.
  9. ink-stained wretches
    Paul Begala to Join NewsweekPlus, the magazine will move to the IAC Building.
  10. ink-stained wretches
    Staff Shake-ups at the Newsweek Daily Beast CompanyOne managing editor leaves, and several people get promoted.
  11. aolington post
    Arianna Huffington Continues to Woo Employees Away From Bill KellerNothing personal.
  12. ink-stained wretches
    Former U.S. Rep Jane Harman Appointed to Newsweek/Daily Beast BoardAfter the death of her husband, someone in the family was bound to take the role.
  13. pay walls
    In First Weeks, Times Online Pay Wall Earned Over 100,000 SubscribersThat’s according to their (so-so) quarterly report.
  14. ink-stained wretches
    Newsweek’s Future: Sidney’s Gone, What About Barry?Is the Harman half of the Newsbeast company the only one worried employees should be looking at?
  15. blog-stained wretches
    AOL Loses Original Engadget Team to SB NationBear with them.
  16. breitbartleby the scrivener
    Arianna Huffington Finally Turns on Andrew BreitbartAfter so many years.
  17. pay walls
    Times Reveals Details of Digital Subscriptions: Only Twenty Articles a Month Before You Hit Pay WallOtherwise it’s $15 a month.
  18. aolington post
    Lots of Changes at the AOLington Post: Most Important, New Nap CouchesYay! Naps!
  19. in other news
    TodayShow.com Launches With The Today.com ShowTry not to be confused.
  20. pay walls
    ‘The Pay Model for NYTimes.com Is in the Final Testing Phase, and We Expect It Will Launch Shortly’That’s the latest from the ‘Times.’
  21. ink-stained wretches
    Tina Brown Scores Two MoreWayne Barrett and Peter Boyer are Newsweek’s newest hires.
  22. blog-stained wretches
    Gabriel Snyder to Run Atlantic Wire, Add News AggregationThe opinion site is growing a new arm.
  23. pay walls
    Even With Pay Wall, the NYTimes.com Will Always Leave the Side Door OpenIs that a good idea?
  24. pay walls
    The Times Will Charge Less than $20 for a Monthly Pay-Wall PassThat’s less than a monthly Kindle subscription.
  25. arianna!
    Arianna Huffington Gets Winklevii’dShe stole someone’s idea! Maybe!
  26. pay walls
    The New York Times Pay Wall: A Goodwill Membership?Is there room for a business model that includes liberal guilt?
  27. ink-stained wretches
    Michelle Cottle Leaves New Republic to Work for Tina BrownAlso, turns out Blake Gopnik is headed to the Newsbeast.
  28. tablet-stained wretches
    Murdoch’s The Daily Sues IMG’s The Daily, Saying Everyone Has the Right to Be Named The DailyThis is as annoying as it sounds.
  29. ink-stained wretches
    ‘It May Be Possible to Accommodate the Combined Newsweek and the Daily Beast Operations at the World-Class 18th Street IAC Building’Sidney Harman is teasing his new employees.
  30. ink-stained wretches
    Times Consolidates Web and Print OperationsA memo out today outlines the changes.
  31. ink-stained wretches
    Just Kidding! Tina Brown Not Killing Newsweek.com After AllPhew. We guess.
  32. ink-stained wretches
    So Who Said No to the Newsweek Job Before Tina Brown Said Yes?Pretty much everybody.
  33. ink-stained wretches
    Sigh: The Daily Beast/Newsweek Talks Appear to Be Back OnHere we go again.
  34. blog-stained wretches
    There Was a ‘Small Reduction of Employees on the Editorial Side of Businessweek.com’ YesterdayAs the website and ‘Businessweek’ (the magazine itself) continue to merge operations, heads are rolling.
  35. blog-stained wretches
    Joan Walsh Out as Editor of Salon, Kerry Lauerman InWalsh has edited the online magazine since 2005.
  36. ink-stained wretches
    US News to Shut Down Print OperationsThe publication will be online-only, with the exception of sporadic special issues.
  37. ink-stained wretches
    Former Post Investigative Reporter Murray Weiss Hired by DNAinfoHe’ll cover local news.
  38. blog-stained wretches
    Huffington Post Investigative Fund Merges With Center for Public IntegrityThis might solve some situational problems for the fledgling fund.
  39. ink-stained wretches
    Tina Brown on Failed Newsweek–Daily Beast Merger: ‘The Engagement Was Fun But the Pre-Nup Got Too Complex’The merger talks just got to be too tough.
  40. blog-stained wretches
    Michael Walsh Leaves Big JournalismThe editor-in-chief of Andrew Breitbart’s anti-establishment media site is departing to work on a book.
  41. ink-stained wretches
    Journal: The Problem With a Daily Beast/Newsweek Merger Is ‘Three Outsize Personalities’Namely: Barry Diller, Tina Brown, and Sidney Harman.
  42. blog-stained wretches
    ‘This Is Exactly the Type of Fearless, Extremely Well-Sourced Investigative Reporting That Sites Like Ours Are Putting Out of Business’Tina Brown and Arianna Huffington take the piss out of any rumors that they’re feuding.
  43. made-up catfights
    Is Tina Brown’s Bid to Helm Newsweek Really All About Her Rivalry With Arianna Huffington?That’s what one writer thinks.
  44. cable news news
    MSNBC Realizes That It’s a Problem Running a Straight News Site That Shares the Name of a Slanted Cable ChannelCould MSNBC.com get a name change?
  45. ink-stained wretches
    What Would a Tina Brown–Helmed Daily Beast–Newsweek Hybrid Look Like?We talked to some people who might know.
  46. ink-stained wretches
    Dan Gross, Newsweek Economics Editor, Jumps Ship to YahooThis fits into two recent media trends.
  47. blog-stained wretches
    Dan Abrams Sees ‘An Enormous Opportunity to Create a Significant Media Company Worth Well Over $100 Million’This reminds us of something.
  48. pay walls
    London Times Loses 90 Percent of Online Readership After Pay WallThis is a cautionary tale.
  49. in other news
    Michael Kinsley Will Not Head the Atlantic’s New Business Site“I sort of looked into my soul … “
  50. the third terminator
    Bloomberg Debuts Campaign Site, Makes First TweetSo hip!
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