Nieman Journalism Lab
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@niemanlab archives: May 24, 2011

Marc Maron’s WTF moves from podcast to public radio program, with bleeping 
An FCC report says 26 million Americans lack broadband access; 1 in 3 Americans doesn’t subscribe 
RT @brianstelter: Spoiler alert: I’m about to tweet details of the last episode of “The Oprah Winfrey Show.” 
Soon-to-be Duke grad @christine_hall really wants you to hire her via @simonowens 
An MIT startup records television and, simultaneously, the things being said about the programs and ads online 
Pardon his hokeyness, but John Horgan is upbeat about the future of science journalism 
We would like to welcome the new class of 24 Nieman Fellows 
Congratulations to the Nieman Foundation’s Class of 2012! 
RT @nicknotned: Gawker Media’s weekly pageviews at 114m — back to level before redesign. 
Inside the campaign to release Al-Jazeera English journalist Dorothy Parvaz (Nieman Fellow ’09) 
WTF? Marc Maron moves from podcast to program, “expanding the palette of public radio” 
It’s officially almost official: Twitter is reported to have acquired TweetDeck for $40 million 
“Today’s e-book power buyer—someone who buys an e-book at least once a week—is a 44-year-old woman who loves romance” 
Good morning! The NYT’s @lheron revealed the paper’s social-media policy: “Don’t be stupid.”