CBS denies it's outsourcing news gathering to CNN

The New York Times reported that CBS News, once the highest-rated and most distinguished network news organization, is considering outsourcing some news coverage to CNN.

The New York Times reported that CBS News, once the highest-rated and most distinguished network news organization, is considering outsourcing some news coverage to CNN. Reports in 2003 also linked CNN and ABC News. Some wondered, with CNN star reporters appearing on the CBS Evening News with Katie Couric and 60 Minutes, how much different would CBS News look, post-deal? CBS and CNN both denied they are negotiating a deal.

In the spotlight: The Pulitzer Prize

This year's big winner: the Washington Post, which took home six Pulitzers on Monday, nearly half of the journalism awards. The New York Times won two. Other winners represented the Boston Globe, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, and Reuters. Bob Dylan won a special prize.

Also:

The Los Angeles Times retracts its Diddy-implicating story on the murder of Tupac Shakur.

New York Times correspondent Barry Bearak is released on bail from a Zimbabwe jail.

The Times teams up with Google Earth.

Ron Kaye is out at the Los Angeles Daily News.

Former Vanity Fair and New Yorker editor Tina Brown will launch her own news-aggregation Web site.

The Seattle Times is cutting 45 newsroom jobs.

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