ESPN Pulls from NFL Concussion Investigation
Frontline: "League of Denial"
John Koblin, Deadspin: "ESPN pulls out of Frontline concussion investigation"
Barry Petchesky, Deadspin: "Report: NFL Pressured ESPN into backing out of concussion film"
Frontline: "A note from Frontline: ESPN and 'League of Denial'"
James Andrew Miller & Ken Belson, The New York Times: "NFL pressure said to lead ESPN to quit film project"
Statement from ESPN President John Skipper, ESPN.com
College Football & ESPN
James Andrew Miller, Steve Eder & Richard Sandomir, The New York Times: "College football's most dominant player? It's ESPN"
Meet Chelsea Manning
Scott Stump, Today: “Bradley Manning: I want to live as a woman”
Andrew Beaujon, Poynter, “Bradley Manning news raises questions about how to refer to transgender people in stories”
Emmarie Huettemen & Brian Stelter, The New York Times: “’I am a female.’ Manning announces, asking Army for hormone therapy”
Mark Joseph Stern, Slate: “Wikipedia beats major news organizations, perfectly reflects Chelsea Manning’s new gender”
Andrew Beaujon, Poynter: “AP, New York Times update style on Chelsea Manning”
Taking down the New York Times
Christine Haughney & Nicole Perlnoth, The New York Times: "Times site disrupted by hackers"
Mark Clayton, Christian Science Monitor: "New York Times hacked, Syrian Electronic Army takes credit"
Miley Cyrus at the VMA's... news?
Breeanna Hare, CNN: “Miley Cyrus twerks it out at MTV VMAs”
“Meredith Artley,” The Onion: “Let me explain why Miley Cyrus’ VMA performance was our top story this morning”
Matt Wilstein, Mediaite: “CNN Editor responds to The Onion’s Brutal Miley Cyrus-themed take down”
Josh Sternberg, Digiday: "The Onion goes after CNN"
Time Warner, CBS: The fight continues
Aaron Smith, CNN Money: “Time Warner’s fix for CBS blackout: Free rabbit ears!”