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1:25 PM ET, November 16, 2011

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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 …
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.
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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.
Discussion: ZDNet and Betabeat
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 …
Jennifer Martinez / Politico:
Shootout at the digital corral  —  Hollywood's in a showdown over its TV shows, movies and music with an up-and-coming opponent in the Washington arena: the Silicon Valley gang.  —  And that can only mean a huge payday for lobbyists.  —  According to figures compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics …
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
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The Independent:
Leveson inquiry: Dowlers' ‘euphoria’ over voicemails
Discussion: Daily Mail
Fleet Street Fox:   Good ol' Grub Street.
Carlos Miller / Pixiq:
Number Of Journalists Arrested During Occupy Wall Street Raid Rises To Ten  —  As the number of activists arrested during the NYPD's raid on Occupy Wall Street Tuesday morning continues to rise, so do the number of journalists arrested while documenting the eviction.
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Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY:
Society of Professional Journalists Denounces Occupy Wall Street Arrests
Jared Malsin / New York Times:
Video: Reporter for The Local Is Arrested During Occupy Wall Street Clearing
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.
Sam Schechner / Wall Street Journal:
Sony Considers Internet Rival to Cable TV  —  Sony Corp. is considering launching an Internet-based alternative to cable-TV service, people familiar with the situation said, posing the latest threat to the cable and satellite operators that dominate pay TV.  —  The Japanese electronics …
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 …
Ingrid Lunden / paidContent:
Miramax Is The Latest To Ink A Deal With Netflix For UK Launch  —  Netflix (NSDQ: NFLX) is picking up some more momentum for its UK and Ireland launch, scheduled for early next year.  The streaming video company has now added film studio Miramax to its list of content partners …
Andy Baio / Wired.com:
Think You Can Hide, Anonymous Blogger?  Two Words: Google Analytics  —  Last month, an anonymous blogger popped up on WordPress and Twitter, aiming a giant flamethrower at Mac-friendly writers like John Gruber, Marco Arment and MG Siegler.  As he unleashed wave after wave of spittle-flecked rage at …
Discussion: Boing Boing
Jeff Roberts / paidContent:
Amazon Settles With Discovery Over E-Reader Patent  —  Amazon (NSDQ: AMZN) made sure Discovery won't ruin its hopes for the best Christmas ever by settling a lawsuit that accused the Kindle and Kindle 2 of infringing security and copy protection technology.  —  On Monday in Delaware federal court …
The Big Lead:
NFL Seeks To Become Prints Of The City With NFL Magazine  —  The National Football League, which is a ratings behemoth on TV, would like to duplicate its success in print.  Next month, the league will launch its official monthly publication, NFL Magazine, with a focus on the game played …
Discussion: Buffalo Business Post
Jeff Roberts / paidContent:
Netflix's Email About DVD Price-Fixing Settlement Leaves Customers Confused  —  Netflix (NSDQ: NFLX) subscribers received a surprise e-mail yesterday saying they were eligible to receive cash or a gift card for a price-fixing scheme.  The e-mail left many of them scratching their heads about how and when they would be paid.
Discussion: onlinedvdclass.com
Max Read / Gawker:
‘Exclusive’ CBS Interview With Penn State Coach Is Only 20 Seconds Long  —  CBS News correspondent Armen Keteyian told his Twitter followers today that he'd spoken with the former quarterback who discovered Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky allegedly raping a 10-year-old.
The Wrap:
No NBA This Year?  TNT and ABC/ESPN Look to Dodge ‘Nuclear Winter’  —  Networks are prepared to miss the first few months of a delayed NBA season.  But now that it looks like the entire season could be canceled, TNT, ESPN/ABC and the league's other broadcast partners have to make some serious programming decisions.
Discussion: Multichannel News
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The New York Times runs a cross-platform interactive ad campaign in HTML5  —  Today, for the first time, The New York Times is featuring a single HTML5 interactive ad campaign across its digital platforms.  Coca-Cola is running the ads — an extension of its Arctic Home campaign and its long use …
Discussion: Future of Journalism and Poynter
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Brian Resnick / The Atlantic Online:
Chart: States Squeeze Funding for Public Media
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Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Sun reporter's payments to ‘police contacts’ not what they seem
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Penguin Adds Self-Publishing To Writing Community Site Book Country
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The Guardian's n0tice Launches to the Public
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New survey: Media among least favored businesses
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Los Angeles Times Starts Publishing E-Books
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