TUESDAY’S LINKS: ‘WaPo’ Hospitals Story, New ‘Village Voice’ ME, Times Food Critic Banned From Restaurants After Review

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By: E&P Staff

In today’s links, the Washington Post’s Walter Reed Hospital scandal scoop gets plenty of notice, the Village Voice names a new managing editor, and New York Times food critic Frank Bruni has been banned from all of Jeffrey Chodorow’s restaurants after giving one of them a bad review.

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The Washington Post’s Walter Reed Hospital story ranks high in last week’s news index. (PEJ)

Tom Infield: Lancaster, Pa., coroner case spotlights media ethics. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

New York Times food critic Frank Bruni has been banned from all of Jeffrey Chodorow’s restaurants after giving one a bad review. (New York Post)

The Village Voice has named New York Sun city editor Deborah Kolben as its new managing editor. (New York Observer)

Eric Boehlert: The Washington Post has a crush on right-wing bloggers.. (Media Matters)

Internet’s inroads into old media’s business continue. (Free Market News)

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