Our weekly roundup of media news from all over:
Eyes on the Prize – The New York Times dominates the Pulitzer Prizes. Also: An Arkansas native wins one for nonfiction. Stacy Sells notes that while this was the first year only-online news sources could compete, none of them won jack.
Link Bait! – Wall Street 24/7 discovers that lists = links. So here’s another of its “[insert number here] things that will die soon” lists. Esquire magazine among them.
Get Real Paid – Hold on. Some folks get money for this?
Twitter TV– Local TV news discovers Twitter.
Awl Over But the Blogging – Gawker all-stars Alex Balk and Choire Sicha launch The Awl, some sort of new blogging thing.
Depends on How You Look At It – Since going online-only, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer has held on to 80 percent of its traffic, which means it lost about 20 percent of its traffic, which is really great/terrible!
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