Morning Links: Online News Did Not Kill the Video Star, Apparently

Huffington Post, following the leads of Reuters, the Daily Beast, WSJ and more, is launching a streaming video channel. Is anyone asking for this stuff? [Forbes]

As the International Herald Tribune sheds top editors, rumors of a sale by the New York Times Co. are circulating. [NY Post]

Tim Tebow didn’t feel like being a CBS analyst at Sunday’s game. [USA Today]

Has access made The New York Times‘ Fox News coverage soft? [Politico]

With SOPA, internet giants show lobbying muscle for the first time. [WSJ]

Pazz n Jop is here! [Village Voice]

Sarah Palin wonders why Newsweek gave the cover story to a “conspiracy kook writer.” She’s talking about Andrew Sullivan, guys. [Yahoo CutLine]

Politico’s Facebook sentiment machine doesn’t account for irony. [Poynter]



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