The Morning Lowdown 4-5-12


Credit: Corbis / Patricia Curi

Some of the stories people are talking about this morning:

— Thomson Reuters denies Pulitzer pursuit report, ‘Baron’ affirms it (Newspaper Guild of New York)

–AP turns to citizen reporters for live video news (GigaOM)

— Using the whole chicken: Warner looks to monetize movie audio clips (paidContent)

— The rise of e-reading: 21% of Americans have read an e-book (Pew Internet)

— I just sold my phone number to Google (s GOOG) for the price of a latte (paidContent)

— Amazon (s AMZN): £7bn sales, no UK corporation tax (Guardian)

— Nine publishers ready to embrace Zite’s mobile news app (GigaOM)

— Stupid game lets you destroy parts of NYT story about stupid games (Poynter)

— Talks Quicken Over E-Book Pricing (Wall Street Journal)

— Russia’s Facebook is ‘holding back’ digital music (paidContent)

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