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12:20 AM ET, November 17, 2011

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Jessica Roy / 10,000 Words:
How The Stop Online Piracy Act Could Impact Journalists  —  Unless you're wholly entrenched in the daily goings on of Internet and copyright law, SOPA might be one of those things you hadn't even heard of until this morning, when sites like BoingBoing and Tumblr and GigaOm launched posts explaining and condemning it.
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Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
Tumblr Takes Fight Against SOPA Up A Notch, ‘Censors’ User Dashboards  —  Congress is in the process of kneecapping the web as we know it with a House bill called the Stop Online Piracy Act (a similar bill, called the Protect IP Act, is in the Senate).  In a misguided attempt to curb piracy on the web …
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
House Judiciary Committee SOPA Hearings Stacked 5 To 1 In Favor Of Censoring The Internet  —  Apparently the folks behind SOPA are really scared to hear from the opposition.  We all expected that the Judiciary Committee hearings wouldn't be a fair fight.  In Congress, they rarely are fair fights.
Suw Charman-Anderson / Firstpost:
SOPA: The bill that could kill the Internet  —  As the US government's House Judiciary Committee begins hearings on the proposed Stop Online Piracy Act, (SOPA), both supporters and opponents are ramping up their campaigning, with big names getting involved.  And so they should.
Jennifer Martinez / Politico:   Shootout at the digital corral
Joe Coscarelli / New York Magazine:
Associated Press Staff Scolded for Tweeting Too Quickly About OWS Arrests  —  A high importance e-mail went out to Associated Press employees early Wednesday morning to remind them of Twitter rules in the wake of staff arrests at yesterday's local protests.  “In relation to AP staff being taken …
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Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Memo to AP: Twitter is the newswire now  —  It's a distributed digital-information network that gives subscribers short news updates in something approaching real time, whether on the web or a mobile device.  If you said Twitter, you would be right.  But that same description …
Carlos Miller / Pixiq:
Number Of Journalists Arrested During Occupy Wall Street Raid Rises To Ten
Andrew Pugh / Press Gazette:
NUJ warns Leveson about ‘culture of fear’  —  NUJ general secretary Michelle Stanistreet today told Lord Leveson that there was a “genuine climate of fear” among journalists about giving evidence to his inquiry into press standards.  —  The union last week sent out an appeal to members asking …
Discussion: Guardian and Guardian
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The Independent:
Leveson inquiry: Dowlers' ‘euphoria’ over voicemails
Discussion: Daily Mail
Fleet Street Fox:   Good ol' Grub Street.
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Key AOL executive Brad Garlinghouse to leave  —  Brad Garlinghouse, President of the Applications and Commerce Group and head of AOL's Silicon Valley operations is leaving the beleaguered online service AOL, according to multiple sources.  Garlinghouse is well known in Silicon Valley …
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
The road ahead for The Huffington Post: Nine months and a merger later, ‘Capital-J Journalism’ is still a work in progress  —  On March 3, less than a month after AOL agreed to acquire her eponymous website in a $315 million deal, Arianna Huffington was joined by AOL chairman …
Discussion: Poynter
Foster Kamer / Betabeat:
Social Media is NOT Just For Interns!  (Says a Disgruntled NPR Social Media Manager)  —  Can a Fail Whale shed tears?  —  Social media!  Some people believe in its power for brands to attain previously unexplored levels of reach and influence while engaging with their audience in a totally new and awesome and visceral way.
Discussion: Adweek, ZDNet and Inside AdWords
Steve Myers / Poynter:
3 out of 10 journalism startups don't have a business plan  —  A survey of people leading journalism startups finds that “the typical management team is top-heavy with journalists ... Nevertheless, the respondents said that journalists can make good business people.
Julie Moos / Poynter:
Fiedler: Police didn't violate journalists' First Amendment rights in Zuccotti Park eviction  —  Tom Fiedler supports journalists whose coverage of the Zuccotti Park evacuations was disrupted by police.  But the former executive editor of The Miami Herald does not think the police violated the media's First Amendment rights.
DealBook:
Brant's SP Newsprint Files for Bankruptcy  —  Greenwich, Conn., is known for being a haven for multi-millionaires.  But even businesses based in the wealthy town aren't immune from bankruptcy.  —  SP Newsprint, one of the country's biggest newsprint makers, filed for Chapter 11 protection …
Discussion: Gallerist NY and New York Magazine
John Biggs / TechCrunch:
Thar's Money In That Long-Form Non-Fiction: Longreads Founder Headed To Read It Later  —  Mark Armstrong founded his site, Longreads, in 2009.  Using Twitter hash tags, the site simply aggregated user's picks for the best long-form non-fiction on the web, offering a poor man's content curation engine.
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Time Inc. Magazines Make It to the Kindle Fire, After All  —  It took some haggling, but Time Inc. is going to get its magazines on Amazon's new tablet, alongside titles from many other big publishers.  —  Time Warner's publishing unit told its employees this afternoon that five magazines …
David Brauer / MinnPost:
Minnesota Independent staffer says news site is shutting down  —  Minnesota Independent editor/reporter Jon Collins says he has been laid off and that the parent organization American Independent News Network will close the local and other state sites.  —  “American Independent executives laid …
Discussion: Minnesota Independent and BrauBlog
Tim Molloy / The Wrap:
‘South Park’ Renewed Through 2016; Will Hit Landmark 20th Season  —  Comedy Central has renewed “South Park” through 2016, ensuring that cable's longest-running animated series will hit a landmark 20th season.  —  Trey Parker and Matt Stone's deal with Comedy Central calls for them to continue to write …
Jeff Roberts / paidContent:
Village Voice Claims It Owns ‘Best Of NYC’ Phrase, Sues Rival  —  The Village Voice made its name as a counter culture icon.  Today, though, it pulled a decidedly establishment maneuver by filing a lawsuit against a magazine rival for using the phrase “Best of NYC” without its permission.
 
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Megan Carpentier / The Raw Story:
Bank of America hires Malcolm Gladwell to attract small business clients
Adam Bernstein / Washington Post:
Robert H. Estabrook, Post editorial page editor, dies at 93
Andrew Gauthier / TVSpy:
Reporter Behind Chinatown Dog Meat Story Is a Favorite of WCCO GM, His Frat Brother
Discussion: MinnPost, The Blotter and Poynter
Jeff Roberts / paidContent:
Netflix's Email About DVD Price-Fixing Settlement Leaves Customers Confused
Discussion: Forbes
The Big Lead:
NFL Seeks To Become Prints Of The City With NFL Magazine
Discussion: Buffalo Business Post
Brian Resnick / The Atlantic Online:
Chart: States Squeeze Funding for Public Media
Reuters:
Apple, with eye on media, names Disney's Iger to board
Discussion: The New York Observer
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Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Sun reporter's payments to ‘police contacts’ not what they seem
Discussion: The Independent
The Wrap:
No NBA This Year? TNT and ABC/ESPN Look to Dodge ‘Nuclear Winter’
Discussion: Multichannel News
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Penguin Adds Self-Publishing To Writing Community Site Book Country
Jeff Roberts / paidContent:
Amazon Settles With Discovery Over E-Reader Patent
Discussion: TeleRead
Andy Baio / Wired.com:
Think You Can Hide, Anonymous Blogger? Two Words: Google Analytics
Discussion: Boing Boing
Steven Jacobs / Street Fight:
The Guardian's n0tice Launches to the Public
Discussion: Editors Weblog