XM, Yahoo, and VH1

The Washington Post and The New York Times implement features on online articles that make it easier for readers to contact reporters

The Washington Post and The New York Times implement features on online articles that make it easier for readers to contact reporters

Ups

The Washington Post and The New York Times implement features on online articles that make it easier for readers to contact reporters

XM tries to diffuse Sirius' "Howard factor" by signing Oprah Winfrey to a three-year, $55 million deal to create a channel called Oprah & Friends

Yahoo asks for help from the US and other governments in fight against Web censorship in China

Downs

Corpus Christi Caller-Times breaks news of Dick Cheney's hunting accident, not an official statement from the White House

VH1 further extends the shelf life of B-, C-, and D-list stars with The Surreal Life Fame Games, which pits ex-cast members against each other to test their fame

Washington Times' Eric Pfeiffer "forgets" to credit Chicago Sun-Times' Lynn Sweet when using previously published quotes in a piece on Sen. Barack Obama

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