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8:20 PM ET, January 26, 2012

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Murray Weiss / DNAinfo:
Greg Kelly Accuser Claimed She Got Pregnant From Alleged Rape, Sources Say  —  MANHATTAN — The woman who accused Greg Kelly of raping her also claims she became pregnant as a result of the alleged sexual assault, sources told DNAinfo.  —  Kelly, a local TV news anchor and son …
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Daily Mail:
Popular TV host and son of New York City police commissioner accused of ‘raping young woman in her office’  —  A popular television host whose father is the New York City Police Commissioner is under investigation for alleged rape.  —  Greg Kelly, son of Ray Kelly, denies any wrongdoing and says he is co-operating with officials.
Discussion: Gawker
Alex Alvarez / Mediaite:
Dan Abrams On Rape Allegation Against Greg Kelly: DA Knows Very Well That ‘The World Is Watching’
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Richard Huff / NY Daily News:
Greg Kelly, ‘Good Day New York’ co-host accused of rape, ‘has requested some time off’: station
Discussion: New York Magazine
Dylan Byers / Politico:
Gingrich admits ABC claim was false  —  After nearly a week on the defensive, CNN's John King reports tonight that Newt Gingrich's claim about offering witnesses to ABC News in his defense — to rebut the network's interview with his second wife, Marianne Gingrich — was not true.
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune:
Apple in China: The New York Times goes for the Pulitzer  —  Its investigative series about how our electronic gadgets are made could be a contender  —  Aftermath of an explosion at an iPad factory in Chengdu, China  —  When monologist Mike Daisey flew to China to find out why the workers …
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Steve Myers / Poynter:
NYT publishes Chinese translation of story about workers who make Apple products
Press Gazette:
Google removed hundreds of Max Mosley web pages  —  Google has removed hundreds of web pages relating to former Formula 1 boss Max Mosley's sex life from its search results index, the Leveson Inquiry heard.  —  But the internet giant said it dealt with requests for material to be excluded …
Discussion: Guardian
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BBC:
Leveson Inquiry: Facebook ‘protected by own users’
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Gordon Rayner / Telegraph:   Leveson inquiry: Google asked to remove dozens of web pages for national security
Joel Gunter / Journalism.co.uk:
ICO: Notifying Whittamore victims would be ‘phenomenal undertaking’
Discussion: Hacking inquiry and Guardian
Dan Kennedy / Media Nation:
Former Liberian dictator threatens to sue Boston Globe  —  Days before the Boston Globe published a withering editor's note essentially retracting its Jan. 17 story about former Liberian dictator Charles Taylor's alleged ties to the CIA, African news sources were reporting that Taylor was threatening to sue the Globe for libel.
Kevin Lincoln / Business Insider:
Facebook Just Hired A Bloomberg Journalist To Be Its Managing Editor  —  In what could be a sign of things to come, Facebook has hired Dan Fletcher, former social media director at Bloomberg, to be its managing editor.  —  Both Fletcher and sources at Facebook confirmed that Fletcher will make the move …
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Amazon: Early Data Shows Kindle Owners' Lending Library Increases Sales  —  Amazon's early data from the Kindle Owners' Lending Library, which allows Amazon (NSDQ: AMZN) prime members who are also Kindle owners to borrow one free e-book per month, “suggests the possibility of an increase …
Discussion: Future of Journalism
KPLU News for Seattle and the Northwest:
Facebook wanted journalists to sign non-disclosures before news conference  —  What they DID want us to see: Facebook attorney Craig Clark, right, talks to reporters with Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna, second from right, at the press conference in Seattle on Thursday.
Discussion: 10,000 Words and JIMROMENESKO.COM
Bobbie Johnson / GigaOM:
How the Daily Mail became the web's biggest newspaper  —  It's official.  According to figures from comScore, Britain's Daily Mail has become the biggest newspaper on the web, hauling its way past everybody else... even the grand old New York Times.  —  And although the Gray Lady both disputes …
Discussion: Journalism.org, Noted and eMedia Vitals
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BuzzFeed:
Right Launches Giant Campaign Against Media  —  A conservative media watchdog says it's launching a $5 million assault on the mainstream media today to beat back “an onslaught of character assassination against anyone who dares to challenge Obama.”  Media Research Center founder Brent Bozell …
Discussion: @cjr and The Huffington Post
Wall Street Journal:
AP names Lee Enterprises' Mary Junck to lead board  —  NEW YORK — Mary E. Junck, the CEO of newspaper publisher Lee Enterprises Inc., was named chairman of The Associated Press board of directors Thursday.  —  Junck replaces William Dean Singleton of MediaNews Group, who had been AP chairman since 2007.
Ben Fritz / Company Town:
Netflix deal with Warner Bros. includes delay in queues  —  Under a new deal between the two companies, Netflix users won't just have to wait 56 days to rent Warner Bros. movies on DVD.  They'll have to wait 28 days to add the movies to their queues.  —  As part of the Warner's continuing effort …
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Daniel Frankel / paidContent:
Netflix Stock Jumps More Than 20%, Equity Analysts ‘Bullish’ Again
Discussion: Company Town
George Winslow / Broadcasting & Cable:
CNN.com Tops 100 Million Video Starts Per Month in 2011  —  CNN has released data showing that an average of more than 73 million people visited CNN's digital platforms each month in 2011 and that CNN.com served up an average of 101.3 million video starts each month last year, up 10% from the 2010 monthly average.
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Bill Carter / Media Decoder:
A Decline in Viewers for State of the Union Address  —  There were an estimated 37.8 million television viewers of President Obama's State of the Union address on Tuesday night, the lowest total in his presidency.  —  The State of the Union address Tuesday night was seen by 37.8 million television viewers …
Katherine Rushton / Telegraph:
Guardian pins digital future on citizen journalism  —  The Guardian is on a “mission” to be able to stand alone as a digital-only publication, and is mixing its stable of traditional journalists with enthusiastic laypeople, one of its most senior executives has claimed.
Discussion: Future of Journalism and Forbes
 
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Dan Sabbagh / Guardian:
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Rebecca Shapiro / Huffington Post:
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