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12:30 AM ET, December 9, 2011

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Steve Myers / Poynter:
Collegiate Times shifts publishing to Twitter, Facebook for shooting coverage  —  The website of Virginia Tech's independent student newspaper, The Collegiate Times, is struggling with traffic as people seek information on a campus shooting Thursday.  The home page now redirects to a sparsely designed …
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Adam Hochberg / Poynter:
News orgs take to social media to find Va. Tech witnesses, photos  —  News organizations from around the country are using social media to locate witnesses and obtain interviews and photos of today's campus shooting at Virginia Tech.  “Call our newsroom if you know anyone that goes to Virginia Tech …
Discussion: Mediaite, WDBJ-TV, Gawker, Poynter and The Daily
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Breaking News: Feds Falsely Censor Popular Blog For Over A Year, Deny All Due Process, Hide All Details...  Imagine if the US government, with no notice or warning, raided a small but popular magazine's offices over a Thanksgiving weekend, seized the company's printing presses …
Leonora LaPeter Anton / St. Petersburg Times:
‘60 Minutes’ piece on homelessness spawns viral misquote  —  A recent 60 Minutes piece on homeless families in Central Florida living in their cars generated lots of buzz nationally.  —  The compelling piece, which ran Nov. 27, explored the lives of two teens living with their father …
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Steve Myers / Poynter:   ‘60 Minutes’ homelessness statistic was apparently too good to check
Michael McAuliff / The Huffington Post:
Rupert Murdoch Lobbies Congress To Restrict Internet … WASHINGTON — News Corp. honcho Rupert Murdoch threw his weight behind Congress' attempt to restrict the Internet, personally lobbying leaders on Capitol Hill Wednesday for two measures that purport to combat piracy.
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Richard Verrier / Company Town:
Hollywood moguls convene in nation's capitol for a change
Discussion: Deadline.com
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Civic journalism 2.0: The Guardian and NYU launch a “citizens agenda” for 2012  —  Last August, Jay Rosen published a blog post arguing for “a citizens agenda in campaign coverage.”  The idea, he wrote, “is to learn from voters what those voters want the campaign to be about …
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Guardian:
The citizens agenda: making election coverage more useful
Discussion: Pressthink
Devin Coldewey / TechCrunch:
Verizon And RedBox Planning Major Partnership For Early 2012 Launch  —  Yesterday, it was reported that Verizon was planning a Netflix competitor and in talks with various content producers to provide the streams and downloads.  TechCrunch has obtained additional information on this story …
Read It Later Blog:
Who Are the ‘Most-Read’ Authors?  —  Saving a story for later can tell us a lot about loyalty, longevity and quality—and it changes the way we think about the most popular stories on the web  —  If we're to believe Woody Allen, “80 percent of success is showing up.”
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Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:   Who Are The Most-Read Authors On The Web?
Kashmir Hill / Forbes:
Why An Investment Firm Was Awarded $2.5 Million After Being Defamed By Blogger  —  No miscarriage of justice here.  —  It was the $2.5 million dollar lawsuit heard round the blogosphere.  The Seattle Weekly reported that an “Oregon blogger” had been found guilty of defamation and ordered to pay an investment firm $2.5 million.
Joshua Benton / Nieman Journalism Lab:
New York Times Election 2012 iPhone app launches  —  Big, rapid change can be hard to implement at any organization the size of The New York Times, so I appreciate how the talented journalists, designers, and coders within the Times use offshoot or ancillary projects to try out new features or ways of approaching the news.
Ingrid Lunden / paidContent:
Facebook's Video Views Rising, But Mostly For Discovery  —  Consumers are increasingly using Facebook for video - but, despite studios and broadcasters hosting more of their content on the social network, it remains mostly a gateway to video hosted elsewhere.
Emily Witt / The New York Observer:
Adbusters Publisher Kalle Lasn to Write an Occupy Wall Street ‘Textbook of the Future’  —  Kalle Lasn, the publisher of Adbusters magazine who was recently profiled in The New Yorker, has gotten a book deal with independent publisher Seven Stories.  As reported in Publishers Marketplace …
Jeff Sonderman / Poynter:
New Twitter formalizes news wire service function  —  What started as a simple, chronological Twitter timeline of your friends' short messages is now actively curating the news and information that flows through the social network. … As part of a major redesign, Twitter is launching a new …
Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
Yahoo to Launch Original Comedy Channel With Bill Maher Stand-Up Performance … NEW YORK - Yahoo said Thursday it would launch the Yahoo Comedy Channel with a slate of original comedy video content featuring such comedians as Mike O'Brien, lead writer on Saturday Night Live, and Seth Morris …
Discussion: Business Insider
Stefanie Botelho / Folio:
Vogue Launches Content Archive for $1,575 Annual Subscription  —  Includes 120 years of articles, advertisements and photography.  —  For readers who can't get enough Vogue through its website, digital and print issues, Conde Nast announces a searchable database chronicling the magazine's 120-year, 4,800 issue history.
Cahal Milmo / The Independent:
Brooks' links to Clifford payment cast doubt on her hacking denials  —  Rebekah Brooks personally negotiated a £680,000 out-of-court settlement with the publicity guru Max Clifford which led to his withdrawing a potentially explosive phone-hacking claim against the News of the World, News International (NI) revealed last night.
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Sarah Marshall / Journalism.co.uk:
James Murdoch: Brooks did ‘not seek authorisation’ for Clifford settlement
Discussion: Journalism.co.uk and Press Gazette
Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
Thurlbeck rounds on NoW executives in new evidence  —  Former News of the World chief reporter Neville Thurlbeck has told MPs about a culture of “suppression” and “paralysis” at the News of the World which he says had “catastrophic consequences” for the paper.
Discussion: Press Gazette
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Guardian:
Neville Thurlbeck's letter to MPs - full text
Discussion: Journalism.co.uk
Nadia White / MediaShift:
Nobel Prize Winner on How New Media is Democratizing Science News  —  MediaShift's science journalism coverage is sponsored by the Columbia Journalism School, which offers an innovative specialized M.A. for experienced journalists who want to cover science, business, arts or politics in a sophisticated, nuanced manner.
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Curtis Brainard / CJR:
Besser to Oz: “You Were Right”
Discussion: Editors Weblog
 
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Don Reisinger / CNET News:
Hulu's new Face Match: Hey, that's, um, what's-his-name
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Greg Sandoval / CNET News:
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Andrew Phelps / Nieman Journalism Lab:
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Phone-hacking scandal: Former journalist not a suspect
Dorian Benkoil / MediaShift:
Tear Down the Wall Between Business and Editorial!
Discussion: B2B Memes
Andrew Phelps / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The AP brings a quasi-competitor into the fold
Discussion: Erik Wemple and Editors Weblog
Tom Stites / Nieman Journalism Lab:
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