Tesla v. NYT
John M. Broder, The New York Times: "Stalled Out on Tesla's Electric Highway"
Elon Musk, Tesla Motors: "A Most Peculiar Test Drive"
Super Bowl Blackout, Ads, Tweets
Steve Coll, The New Yorker: "The Super Bowl's Journalism Malfunction"
Will Leitch, Sports On Earth: "Power Failure"
60 Minutes "Fluff" With Obama and Clinton
60 Minutes, CBS News: "The President and the Secretary of State" (watch the video)
David Bauder, AP: "Steve Kroft On '60 Minutes' Obama-Clinton Interview: The Request Came As A Surprise"
Oprah & Lance
Reuters: "Oprah, OWN Get Ad Premium For Lance Armstrong Interview"
Jack Mirkinson, The Huffington Post: "Oprah to CBS: Lance Armstrong Interview 'Biggest I've Ever Done'"
Who's Fat? The Challenges of Science Journalism
Gretchen Reynolds, The New York Times: "Good and Bad, the Little Things Add Up in Fitness"
Pam Belluck, The New York Times: "Study Suggests Lower Mortality Risk for People Deemed to be Overweight"
Media Mistakes and Challenges
Andrew Beaujon, Poynter.org: "Sandy Hook coverage: Is 'good enough' good enough?"
All across the country today, local reporting outlets are putting in calls to their local school district public relations professionals in an attempt to report a story about what would happen if the tragedy in Newtown, CT were to happen HERE.
Australians to Blame?
Erik Ortiz, New York Daily News: "Jacintha Saldanha, victim of Australian radio prank call about Kate Middleton, left suicide note for family"
Thom Patterson, CNN: "Aussie DJ scandal: Does radio share the blame?"
Costas Tackles Gun Control
Howard Kurtz, The Daily Beast: "Bob Costas Steps Onto Gun-Control Minefield"
Rape Accusation, No Charges Against Mizzou Player
Steve Walentik, Columbia Daily Tribune: "No charges filed after Dixon accused of rape"
Rob Dauser, NBC Sports: "Michael Dixon accused of, never charged with, sexual assault"