Which leads me to a question: Who forgot newspaper media companies were the owners of the Associated Press first? The AP or the newspapers? Oh, well, that's a thought for another day.
The Knoxville News Sentinel's very own Michael Silence weighs in on AP v Drudge Retort with interviewer Ed Driscoll on Pajamas Media's 6 p.m. Thursday "PMJ Political" radio show on XM Channel #130. They also archive them.
If you're catching up:
- AP irony
- AP and the Media Bloggers Assoc.
- Comment on The NYTimes Is Conflicted And Wrong About The AP And ...
- AP vs. Drudge Retort: one tough question still unanswered
- Don't Blog with AP stories
- Randy Neal: AP, bloggers, and the fair use controversy
- AP's Arrogance: Something The Left And The Right Can Firmly Agree On
- Should AP Set Blogging Guidelines?
- AP Biting the Hand That Feeds (Traffic To) Them
- PaidContent.org | AP Wants Change In Blog Excerpting, Just Not Sure What
- AP Swings the Hammer
- To Excerpt The Associated Press or Not
- Media on HuffingtonPost.com: Fortune's Stanley Bing: 12 Bucks To Link To An AP Story?
- NewsTrust - Media - Today's Picks: Copyright: AP gets tough and bloggers get angry
- NewsTrust - Media - Today's Picks: AP to meet with blogging group to form guidelines
- NewsBusters.org: AP Goons Attack Drudge Retort
- Romenesko: AP plans to set guidelines for use of its articles on blogs
- Media on HuffingtonPost.com: Associated Press Plans To Crack Down On Bloggers
- NYT | Media and Advertising: The Associated Press to Set Guidelines for Using Its Articles
- Rexblog: Can you link to an AP story and include a brief excerpt? Yes, we can -- but don't