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12:00 PM ET, July 8, 2011

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Guardian:
Phone hacking: Police probe suspected deletion of emails by NI executive  —  • ‘Massive quantities’ of archive allegedly deleted  —  • Emails believed to be between News of the World editors  —  Police are investigating evidence that a News International executive may have deleted millions …
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Telegraph:
News of the World to close: Andy Coulson arrested at police station  —  Andy Coulson, the former communications chief for David Cameron, has been arrested by detectives investigating alleged phone hacking and illegal payments to police during his tenure as News of the World editor.
Ravi Somaiya / New York Times:
At the Paper: Shock, Anger and a Retreat to the Pub  —  LONDON — Thursday afternoon, when the News Corporation executive Rebekah Brooks walked on to the floor of the News of the World newsroom and began speaking, many of the paper's 200 or so employees thought she would be announcing …
Adam Gabbatt / Guardian:
News of the World closes - live coverage  —  The News of the World is to close, James Murdoch has announced.  It follows a series of revelations that the paper illegally hacked into phones, and amid calls for Rebekah Brooks to resign.  The News International chief executive is said to retain the support of Rupert Murdoch
Jacob Aron / New Scientist:
Voicemail hacking: How easy is it?  —  Fresh phone-hacking allegations against UK newspaper News of the World claim that the voicemail messages of murder and terrorism victims were intercepted by the paper, in addition to the celebrity phone-hackings admitted previously.
Discussion: NevilleHobson.com
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
James Murdoch Takes Stage With Tabloid Closing  —  NEW YORK — Rupert Murdoch clutched a copy of the Wall Street Journal Thursday as reporters peppered him with questions about News Corp. shutting down the News of the World — a 168-year-old institution and the Australian-born mogul's first Fleet Street acquisition.
Discussion: The Huffington Post, Reuters and CJR
Ingrid Lunden / paidContent:
News Of The World's Closure Brings Abrupt End To One Murdoch Paywall
Ken Auletta / News Desk:
What Murdoch Made  —  During the first full day of the Allen …
Discussion: Poynter
The Independent:
Jemima Khan: 'I'm a member of the hacked club'
Discussion: BBC and Guardian
Economist:
Bulletins from the future  —  The internet has turned the news industry upside down, making it more participatory, social, diverse and partisan—as it used to be before the arrival of the mass media, says Tom Standage  —  EVEN IF YOU are not a news junkie, you will have noticed that your daily news has undergone a transformation.
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Economist:
Back to the coffee house  —  The internet is taking the news industry back to the conversational culture of the era before mass media  —  THREE hundred years ago news travelled by word of mouth or letter, and circulated in taverns and coffee houses in the form of pamphlets, newsletters and broadsides.
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The Big Soup: Anthony De Rosa on becoming Reuters social media editor and the ambient wire for news  —  It was a surprise that wasn't so surprising.  When it was announced Anthony De Rosa would become social media editor for Reuters.com, it was hard to avoid thinking: Yeah, that makes sense.
Discussion: Cision, Editors Weblog and paidContent
Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
AP warns staff about expressing opinions on social networks  —  Associated Press journalists have tweeted opinions about the Casey Anthony trial and the New York Senate vote on gay marriage, says Tom Kent, AP Deputy Managing Editor for Standards and Production.
Economist:
Reinventing the newspaper  —  New business models are proliferating as news organisations search for novel sources of revenue  —  ON THE MORNING of September 3rd 1833 a new kind of newspaper went on sale on the streets of New York.  With its mix of crime reports and human-interest stories …
Discussion: Editors Weblog
Gautham Nagesh / Hillicon Valley:
Court tosses FCC's relaxed media ownership rule  —  A federal court rejected a rule change from the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday that would have made it easier for a single company to own both a newspaper and broadcast TV station in the same local market on technical grounds.
Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
Huffington Post to relaunch ‘OffTheBus’ citizen journalism initiative  —  Romenesko Misc.  —  OffTheBus, which made news in 2008 with blogger Mayhill Fowler's reporting on Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, is back with a new advisory board that will create a guide to the best citizen journalism practices.
Rebecca Meany / Idaho Mountain Express & Guide:
Moguls mix, but stay mostly mum  —  Media, tech magnates convene in annual Sun Valley retreat  —  Secrecy and buzz endured in equal measure this week, as media and technology giants converged upon Allen & Co.'s annual retreat in Sun Valley.  —  Although the agenda and guest list are never made public …
Michael Meyer / CJR:
Q&A: Sebastian Junger on Tim Hetherington  —  “The ultimate truth about war is that you are guaranteed to lose your brothers.”  —  It's not often that one sees characters from a film gather to mourn a filmmaker.  On May 24, soldiers from Second Platoon of Battle Company …
 
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