Views of the News: TV campaign ads; Papers burning; Obamacare messup; Cooper's Out - So What?
A License to Print Money
Brian Naylor, NPR: "Swing State TV Stations Spiking Ad Rates As Campaign Cash Pours In"
Suzanne Vranica, The Wall Street Journal: "ESPN Grabs Political Football"
Annenberg Public Policy Center's FlackCheck.org: "Urge TV stations to check third party ads before airing them"
Lyman Morales, Gallup: "America's Confidence in Television News Drops to New Low"
Papers Setting Selves on Fire
David Carr, The New York Times: "The Fissures are Growing for Papers"
Alan D. Mutter, Newsosaur blog: "What's Next for Newspapers?"
Anna Tarkov, Poynter: "Journatic worker takes 'This American Life' inside outsourced journalism"
Robert Andrews, Paid Content: "Young tablet owners more willing to pay for news"
Jumping the Gun and Getting It Wrong
Tom Goldstein, SCOTUSblog: "We're getting wildly differing assessments"
Amy Sullivan, The New Republic: "Who Reported It First? Who Cares?"
What We Still Don't Know About Obamacare
Walter Shapiro, Columbia Journalism Review: "Why is 'issue coverage' so boring -- and often wrong?"
Meg Handley, US News: "What the Obamacare Ruling Means for Consumers"
Kaiser Family Foundation: "Health Reform Quiz"
Christopher Weaver & Louise Radnofsky, The Wall Street Journal: "States Interpret Ruling to Cut Medicaid Now"
Emily Ramshaw, The Texas Tribune: "Perry: TX Won't Implement Key Elements of Health Reform"
The Worst Kept Secret
Ross Luippold, Huffington Post: "Anderson Cooper Comes Out: 14 Things That Shocked Us More"
Jennifer Vanasco, Huffingtn Post: "Why It Matters That Anderson Cooper Came Out as Gay"