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4:15 PM ET, January 2, 2012

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The Independent:
Gordon Brown's Downing Street emails ‘hacked’  —  Police investigating computer hacking by private investigators commissioned by national newspapers have uncovered evidence that emails sent and received by Gordon Brown during his time as Chancellor were illegally accessed.
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Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Tim Armstrong trumpets AOL successes, urges ‘kaizen’ spiritual-business approach on employees in New Year's Eve missive  —  AOL chief executive Tim Armstrong closed out 2011 with a 2,000-word motivational memo emailed to his several thousand staffers around 7 p.m. on New Year's Eve.
Discussion: Future of Journalism
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Dylan Byers / Politico:
Romney's Huffington Post connection  —  Something The Huffington Post didn't mention when it published its exclusive interview with Mitt Romney last Thursday: AOL CEO Tim Armstrong gave $2,500 — the maximum campaign contribution — to Romney earlier this year, according to the Federal Election Commission.
Dylan Welch / Sydney Morning Herald:
New to Twitter: the tweet Murdoch took down ... fast  —  “Either @rupertmurdoch is genuinely now on Twitter, or some disgruntled ex-NOTW journo just won the hacking Olympics.”  —  Less than two days after joining Twitter, media mogul Rupert Murdoch appears to have had his first brush …
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Looks like @rupertmurdoch joined Twitter and he's verified.
Jim Romenesko:
No mention of WP editor Brauchli in publisher's letter  —  The person who forwarded this year-end memo from Washington Post publisher Katharine Weymouth points out: There are roughly one kajillion people acknowledged in this Weymouth note — including Zaleski and Narisetti on the digital side …
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
Wikimedia Foundation Raises $20 Million From 1 Million+ Donors  —  Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit organization that operates Wikipedia and other sites, this morning announced that they've raised $20 million from more than a million donors, shattering a record once again.
Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine:
Buzzfeed: The New Species at Iowa's Media Watering Hole  —  At the zoo that is the Iowa Caucus, the lobby bar in the downtown Des Moines Marriott is like a communal watering hole where roving packs of reporters, political hacks and even candidates assemble nightly to drain drinks and exchange political gossip.
Mike Reynolds / Multichannel News:
Time Warner Cable: MSG Offered No ‘Credible Explanation’ For License Fee Hike  —  MSO Offers Subscribers January Freeview of Sports Package, As Two RSNs Are In Dark  —  Time Warner Cable, maintaining that a deal had been in reach before the programmer demanded a “whopping” …
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Matt Jarzemsky / Wall Street Journal:
Time Warner, MSG Fail to Reach Agreement Ahead of Deadline
Discussion: Reuters and Gothamist
Sarah Kessler / Mashable:
Google Launches New Site With Resources for the 2012 Presidential Election  —  Google will officially announce its online information hub for political elections on Monday, a day before the Iowa Caucuses.  It is the first website Google has dedicated exclusively to elections.
Amy Chozick / New York Times:
PBS Takes On the Premium Channels  —  In an effort to freshen its image and lift revenue, the Public Broadcasting Service is trying to be more like HBO — without the monthly cable bill.  —  Emboldened by the success of the British period drama “Downton Abbey,” one of the most critically acclaimed shows …
statesmanjournal.com:
Post-apocalyptic journalism  —  Happy New Year's, everyone!  Hope you're enjoying yourselves because apparently we only have 355 days left until the world ends.  Make the most of them, gang.  —  Juuuust kidding.  Even I, the kind of person who interprets getting someone's voicemail …
Discussion: Gannett Blog
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Shifting reading habits boost Read It Later in 2011  —  Nate Weiner is one of those accidental entrepreneurs who make Silicon Valley somewhat of a magical place.  Back in 2007, when he was working at a design shop in Minnesota, he was so busy that he didn't have time to read or see videos that he came across the web.
 
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