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How The Wall Street Journal Sounds Like Fox News

If you have any doubt that The Wall Street Journal is fast becoming steeped in the corporate culture of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., I invite you to read a couple of quotations from today's news.

WSJ Slashes Prices as Murdoch Aims at NY Times

Rupert Murdoch has a history of contrarian gambles that pay off big. But with newspaper advertising in a historic slump and online ad spend overtaking print for the first time, is the price war a smart move at this time?

Apple's iPad Gives Wings to Media Stocks

Correctly or naively, print publishers all seem to think the iPad, Apple's new touchscreen tablet computer, is going to save their hides -- and Wall Street seems to agree, at least cautiously.

Media Brain Trust: Death watch edition

The recession has already claimed its share of media properties, but, while the economy may or may not have touched bottom already, nobody who knows...

WSJ to staff Twits: Don't be stupid

Can professional journalists be twusted to tweet? The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times don't seem to think so: the Journal recently handed...

Soon, you'll have to pay for Hulu

Don't get too attached to all that free, high-quality video on Hulu. It just might disappear behind a pay wall before too long. Speaking last night...