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Washington Examiner Announces Layoffs, Ends Daily Publication

Other than a weekly magazine focusing on "political thought leadership," the outlet will also end publication (which is now daily) in June and move all its resources online. The Washington Post's Erik Wemple is reporting that as many as 87 layoffs are expected. Mar 19, 2013 11:21 AM PT

Roland Martin Tells Twitter Followers He's Out at CNN

On his verified Twitter account, CNN contributor Roland Martin seems to be telling some of his followers that, as of April 6, he will no longer be with the network. When asked by one of his Twitter followers why he was leaving, Martin explained, "new boss wants his own peeps." Mar 19, 2013 9:34 AM PT

Newsroom Jobs Hit 35 Year-Low, Newspaper Ad Revenue Plummets

On the newspaper advertising front, things are even more dire. According to The Atlantic, since 2003, print advertising revenue has collapsed from $45 billion to just $19 billion. This revenue is not being made up online either. Over that same ten years, online advertising has only risen from $1.2 billion to $ 3.3 billion. Mar 19, 2013 7:17 AM PT

New York Times Vs. The Truth About Pope Francis

"This is just despicable, isn’t it? Lead with examples of some priests who were wicked then segue into a paragraph about the pope to make it sound like he was one of them. Really – for shame." Mar 19, 2013 6:11 AM PT

Government Workers Exempt from Washington Post Paywall

Though no amount has been announced, the Washington Post announced that it is in the process of installing a paywall that will require readers to pay a monthly fee once they have accessed 20 articles in a single month. Those who already pay for home delivery will be exempt from the charge, as will government employees. Mar 19, 2013 5:44 AM PT

'The Lead With Jake Tapper' Makes Energetic, Refreshing Debut

The contrast between "The Lead" and the old CNN was felt as soon as Tapper signed off and Wolf Blitzer lumbered on the air leading with -- you guessed it --- the GOP study on how to fix itself; that same tired old story that's been running non-stop for over eight hours already. Wolf then jumped into the controversy about "The Bible" supposedly casting an Obama lookalike as Satanzzzzzzzzzzzz…… Mar 18, 2013 2:22 PM PT

Washington Post Announces Paywall

"The Washington Post will charge for access to its website beginning this summer. The move, which the company announced on Monday, confirms recent rumors and ends the Post’s role as the last major newspaper holding out against paywalls." Mar 18, 2013 1:06 PM PT

'60 Minutes' Uses Left's 'War on Women' Playbook Against Vatican

You can't watch what Simon and "60 Minutes" did last night and not walk away with the unsettling feeling that the "War On Women" playbook the media used so effectively to marginalize the GOP in 2012 is now being turned into an equally misleading weapon against the Church. Mar 18, 2013 10:42 AM PT

Hive-Mind: The Washington Post's One-Sided Social Security Debate

Though there are five recent articles on this subject, not a single one has the courage to mention the idea that we all know would end this injustice -- and that's to allow people (rich and poor) the option of staying in the current system or owning their own Social Security accounts through privatization. Mar 18, 2013 7:35 AM PT

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