Views of the News: State of Union, GOP Debates, Piracy, Paterno & Super Bowl ads

Jan 25, 2012

State of the (Twitter-fied) Union + Debate Sandwich

Glenn Kessler, The Washington Post: "Fact-checking the 2012 State of the Union speech"

Howard Kurtz, The Daily Beast: "President Obama's Lofty Laundry List on Display in State of the Union"

Media Matters for America: "'A Star is Born': Fox Swoons Over Mitch Daniels"

Linton Weeks, NPR: "Is The State of The Union Address Obsolete?"

Cory Bergman, Lost Remote: "Most-tweeted moments of the State of the Union (infographic)"

James Poniewozik, Time: "The Morning After: Come Back, Loud Debate Audiences!  All Is Forgiven!"

Sam Youngman, Reuters: "Newt Gingrich might skip debate unless crowd can roar"

Online Piracy Most Tracked Story by Young Americans

Pew Research Center: "Cruise Ship Accident, Election Top Public's Interest: Young People Track Web Protests Over Online Piracy BIlls"

Paterno Dead/Not Dead

Brian Stelter, New York Times: "Mistaken Early Report on Paterno Roiled Web"

Daniel Victor, ProPublica: "False Joe Paterno Death Report Relied on Faulty Sourcing"

Super Commercials: The Preview

Stuart Elliott, The New York Times: "The Pregame Show (of Commercials) Begins"

Bruce Horovitz, USA Today: "Super Bowl ads get racier, but does sex really sell?"

Todd Wasserman, Mashable: "Super Bowl Ads Will Get a Second Life on Facebook"