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    V is for Viacom or Vendetta? Is it our imagination or is Viacom going out of its way to show Google just what it can't have: "Like a jilted lover flaunting a new partner in front of an ex, Viacom's recent flurry of partnerships reeks of revenge." [BusinessWeek]

  • As the World Turns, in Beta: Tape It Off The Internet (Tioti) is ready to launch. The site combines web TV, community and aggregation and aims to "index all the TV in the world ever." Currently only 15% of the links "point to legal content" but there is the hope that when "broadcasters catch up with demand, all the content listed on Tioti will be legal." Ah Sumner, we sense you are fighting a losing battle. [Guardian]

  • Out of the "Dog House", into the dog house: Two hosts of the New York City, CBS radio show "Dog House" have been suspended for making racial and sexual slurs during a prank phone call that was aired twice in the aftermath of the Imus scanda. [NYT]

  • Game on! MSNBC has announced it will host the first debates of the 2008 campaign beginning next week in South Carolina. Brian Williams will moderate the Democratic debate and Chris Matthews the Republican one. [Variety]

  • The time has come for the Times: The much talked about, and possibly "contentious" annual meeting of the New York Times Co. is being held today. [NYT]

  • Shining, gleaming, streaming, flaxen, waxen: The NYT's Adam Nagourney offers a "mea culpa of sorts" for helping to start the John Edwards "Breck Girl" story line. [TPM]

  • Of catfights, moist eggs, and sewing circles: Eric Alterman sets the record straight regarding his "good friends" and his "chat" with Ana Marie Cox at the McLaughlin Group brunch on Sunday. [HuffPo]

  • TMZDC a bust? Is the much talked about launch of a DC version of the Hollywood gossip website faltering before it even leaves ground? Apparently people in Washington are "far less likely than those in L.A. to sell gossip items for $100 or so." Or maybe they're all too busy chatting with Robart Novak. [WaPo]

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