FINAL CUTS: House votes to defund NPR; Times reporters still missing

Joe Pompeo

Here's our list of headlines that managed to evade the full-on blog treatment today:

• Felix Salmon, Ken Doctor and a bunch of other media and tech pundits have weighed in on the just-announced details of The New York Times' paid online strategy. (Reuters/Newsonomics/Nieman Journalism Lab)

• But let's not forget about the four Times journalists who remain missing in Libya. (New York Times Magazine/The 6th Floor)

• House Republicans voted Thursday in favor of a bill to defund National Public Radio. (AP)

• Americans don't view Al Jazeera English as being biased -- at least not when they think they're watching CNN. (Mediaite)

• New Yorker editor David Remnick, NPR host Ira Glass and others explain why long-form journalism won't die. (Business Insider/The Wire)

• Sharon Waxman discusses the recent surge in The Wrap's web traffic. (Mediaite)