THURSDAY’S LINKS: O’Shea Steamed at Keller, ‘WSJ’ to Publish Online in Foreign Languages, Smaller ‘Rocky’

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By: E&P Staff

In today’s links, Los Angeles Times editor James O’Shea responds to recent comments by New York Times editor Bill Keller, and an executive at the New York Times wonders whether the pay-for-premium-content TimesSelect model is driving away readers.


Nikki Finke: New York Times executive editor Bill Keller’s recent very public boast about how anyone at the LAT was his for the taking irked new LAT editor Jim O’Shea, who angrily says he’s fed up with Keller. (LA Weekly)

A new Wall Street Journal ad campaign targets young people and women. (New York Times)

Is New York Observer TV writer Rebecca Dana staying put, despite Times offer? (Broadcasting & Cable)

Hiding the New York Times’ premium content behind a paid wall could potentially scare off new generations of readers, Nicholas Ascheim, the company’s director of entertainment, video and audio products, said Wednesday. (Mediapost)

Does the Washington Post’s Style section still have a future? (Washingtonian)

The Wall Street Journal is looking to spread all over the world online. (Guardian)

James Brady: When Rupert Murdoch buys a newspaper… (Forbes)

Michael Roberts: Is the new, smaller Rocky Mountain News more “convenient” than ever, or a sign of an impending newspaper apocalypse? (Westword)

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