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3:20 PM ET, December 5, 2011

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Steve Pond / The Wrap:
Sony Furious Over New Yorker's Plan to Break ‘Dragon Tattoo’ Review Embargo  —  Sony Pictures is steaming over the New Yorker's plan to review David Fincher's “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” on Monday.  That will be eight days in advance of the Dec. 13 embargo that the studio imposed …
Discussion: NY Post and New York Magazine
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Linda Holmes / NPR:
Honor Among Thumbs: A ‘Dragon Tattoo’ Spat And An Imperfect System
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Steve Myers / Poynter:
Romney campaign doesn't appreciate unscripted appearance by reporter  —  Fox News allowed the Times' Jim Rutenberg to roam backstage Saturday night during a GOP candidates forum.  Upon seeing Rutenberg, “Mr. Romney's aides sprang into action, asking where he worked and what he was doing there …
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Dylan Byers / Politico:
Mitt Romney's media blowback
Yinka Adegoke / Reuters:
Media business chiefs brace for bleak 2012  —  (Reuters) - Top media executives across North America and Europe are bracing for a global economic slowdown in 2012, and are already surrendering to demands by advertisers that they offer shorter-term, flexible deals in case of another crisis.
Elana Zak / 10,000 Words:
78 Percent Of U.K. Newspaper Articles Are Written By Men.  Is U.S. Media Any Better?  —  A writer for the United Kingdom's the Guardian recently conducted an informal analysis and found that in an average month, 78 percent of newspaper articles are written by a man.
Discussion: Guardian and FleetStreetBlues
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Wall Street Journal Releases Kindle Fire-Only App  —  Add the Wall Street Journal to the list of publishers releasing apps exclusively for the Kindle Fire.  —  The Wall Street Journal (NSDQ: NWS) app is free in the Amazon (NSDQ: AMZN) Appstore.  Users can purchase a WSJ digital subscription …
Guardian:
Julian Assange can take extradition case to supreme court, judges rule  —  High court says Assange case raises question of ‘general public importance’ that should be decided as quickly as possible  —  The high court has paved the way for the WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange …
Discussion: rbr.com and Mashable!
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Kellie Tranter / ABC News:   Julian Assange: he's not the messiah, he's just my boy
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
Five tough questions for newspaper organizations as they face investors this week  —  It is time again for the annual December media conference for investors in New York City, starting today.  And once again, borrowing the well-worn line from “I Love Lucy,” executive teams …
Jordan Valinsky / Daily Dot:
Fox News's Facebook whine: unfair and imbalanced  —  You can add Facebook to Fox News's growing enemies list.  —  The News Corp.-owned channel called out Facebook for not including any of its online output in the social network's list of most shared stories in 2011—and suggested Facebook was acting “unsocially.”
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Simon Kelner / The Independent:
A foundation for the future of journalism  —  With the Leveson Inquiry in full swing, the reputation of the press has never been lower.  Yet the importance of holding to account those who wield power has never been greater.  Enter The Journalism Foundation - a new organisation dedicated …
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Elizabeth Jensen / New York Times:
New NPR Chief Faces Tough Landscape  —  On Thursday, his first day as president and chief executive of NPR, Gary E. Knell took questions on Twitter and NPR's “Talk of the Nation” — and he got an earful.  —  Listeners asked him to increase programs for diverse audiences …
Discussion: Free Press
Martin Evans / The Telegraph:
Leveson inquiry: editors 'could have been prosecuted over private detective's blagging'  —  Journalists who commissioned a private detective to illegally obtain personal information and their editors could have been prosecuted but were never pursued, the Leveson inquiry heard today.
Discussion: Telegraph and The Independent
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BBC:   Leveson Inquiry: Detective hired to follow Grant
Nat Ives / AdAge:
Magazines Gird for USPS Nixing Saturday Delivery  —  Weeklies That Try to Reach Subscribers Before Weekend Would Have Even More Problems Staying Timely  —  It's tough enough for weekly magazines to stay timely when TV and the web churn out news constantly.
John Cook / Gawker:
New York Times Staffers: Now Is the Time to Rat Out Your Colleagues  —  The holidays are almost upon us, which means it's time for you to take a careful look at your neighbor and report any and all suspicious activity to your immediate supervisor.  At least it is at the New York Times …
Keach Hagey / Politico:
Tuna and turmoil at CPI  —  At their annual meeting last month in Istanbul, 48 countries that fish for a wildly expensive species of bluefin tuna prized by sushi lovers agreed to revamp their system for tracking catches.  —  The move came a year after reporters from the international arm …
 
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