WEDNESDAY’S LINKS: ‘Apple Tribute, ’20 Under 40,’ Bushies Leak to ‘NYT’

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By: E&P Staff

In today’s links, a tribute for legendary New York Times newspaperman R.W. “Johnny” Apple, an analysis of why the New york Times suddenly is getting so many leaked documents, and ex-Washington Post reporter Jim Harris talks about his new online venture.


Curse word in newspaper costs $12K after issues recalled. (Phoenix New Times)

“A collection of journalists who have distinctive signatures.” That’s what former Washington Post reporter John Harris has in mind for his new site. (PressThink)

Following the midterm elections, a series of leaks to the New York Times shows that the Bush Administration has less control over spin. (New York Observer)

R.W. “Johnny” Apple would have savored his own memorial service. (Washington Post)

Presstime honors top young talent in the newspaper industry with its “20 under 40” list. (NAA)

Jon Friedman: How PaidContent became the bible of the digital media. (Marketwatch)

Dallas drafting tough standards for newspaper boxes. (Dallas Morning News)

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