FRIDAY’S LINKS: Media Navel-Gazing, Kristof is Friedman’s ‘Print Journo of Year,’ Gerald Boyd Service

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By: E&P Staff

In today’s links, Marketwatch columnist Jon Friedman names Nicholas Kristof “Print Journalist of the Year,” Jon Fine examines how big media companies are dealing with YouTube copyright issues, and family and colleagues pay their respects to former New York Tiems editor Gerald Boyd, who died last week.


John Pomfret: If there was ever a “there there” in Los Angeles, it could be found at the Los Angeles Times. (Washington Post)

Jon Fine: Google is trying to buy off big media companies so they won’t sue over copyrights. (BusinessWeek)

“Respect and regret” at memorial service for former New York Times editor Gerald Boyd. (New York Times)

Jon Friedman: “Crusading spirit” makes Nicholas Kristof Media Web’s “Print Journalist of the Year.” (Marketwatch)

William Powers: These days, almost everything in the media seems to be about the media. (National Journal)

Loren Steffy: The New York Times, essentially, wants to have its capital without the responsibility to shareholders that comes with it. (Houston Chronicle)

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