WEDNESDAY’S LINKS: McCaw Suit Hits Snag, Obama Freezing Out Fox News?, Dow Jones Looking to Expand Online

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By: E&P Staff

In today’s links, Santa Barbara News-Press owner Wendy McCaw hits a snag in a lawsuit against a reporter for the American Journalism Review, Barack Obama’s campaign appears to be holding a grudge against Fox News after a recent false report on the network about his schooling, and the Wall Street Journal looks to expand its online presence.

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Santa Barbara News-Press owner Wendy McCaw hit with SLAPP motion. (Santa Barbara Independent)

Politics, war, and the State of the Union Address top last week’s biggest stories. (PEJ)

Is Barack Obama’s campaign planning to shut out fox News after madrassa flap? (Washington Post/Sleuth)

When does a blog stop being a blog and when does it become traditional media? (ZDNet)

Student journalists flood Oregon court over free speech bill. (The Olympian)

The Wall Street Journal is looking to expand its online offerings (Wall Street Journal)

Prosecutors in case of soldier who refused to deploy in Iraq surrender on journalist subpoenas. (Political Affairs)

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