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9:35 AM ET, February 14, 2012

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Ed Pilkington / Guardian:
News Corp executives at risk of US prosecution for ‘willful blindness’  —  American anti-corruption law holds company chiefs culpable for consciously avoiding knowledge of corrupt deeds at News Corp  —  News Corporation executives could be vulnerable to individual prosecution …
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Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
News Corp. Without Newspapers Would Be Addition by Subtraction  —  One of the luxuries Rupert Murdoch's unchallengeable control of News Corp. affords him is not having to justify himself.  That's convenient because it's become painfully obvious of late that there's no way to justify his continued attachment to newspapers.
Discussion: Forbes, AdAge and Company Town
Press Gazette:
News Corp hands over journalists' sources to police  —  News Corporation has handed over details of some of its journalists' sources to police investigating allegations of criminality at its papers “on the grounds that they do not deserve protection” because there is evidence they may have paid them for information.
Discussion: Journalism.co.uk
Dan Lyons / Real Dan Lyons Web Site:
Hit men, click whores, and paid apologists: Welcome to the Silicon Cesspool  —  It's tough being a journalist, especially if you're covering technology and living in Silicon Valley, because it seems as if everyone around you is getting fabulously rich while you're stuck in a job that will never, ever make you wealthy.
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Ben Parr / Ben Parr's Entrepreneurial Musings:
Tech Blogger Catfight! Why Bloggers Attack Bloggers
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb
Lucia Moses / Adweek:
Hearst to Link Digital Editions With Amazon  —  Is it a magazine—or catalogue?  —  Magazines have been increasingly blurring the line between editorial and commerce, lending their names to products and shopping sites.  Now, computer tablets and e-readers are making it more tempting to bridge that gap.
Paul Sawers / The Next Web:
Julian Assange might want to trademark his face after seeing this Taiwanese advert...  Last year we reported that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was seeking to trademark his name.  But after seeing these images recorded by one eagle-eyed Asia-based blogger, he may want to trademark his face too.
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Oprah Apologizes for Tweet Encouraging Nielsen Viewers to Tune In  —  Oprah Winfrey apologized on Monday for publishing a message to Twitter that encouraged people counted in Nielsen ratings to watch her cable channel, potentially influencing the ratings.  —  “Every 1 who can please turn …
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Twitter and the incredible shrinking news cycle  —  In the not-so-distant past, news generally tended to travel in a few well-worn paths.  It was reported by a newspaper, it appeared on television at noon or 6 p.m. or it was mentioned on a drive-time radio show — and those involved usually …
Nitasha Tiku / Betabeat:
Whistleblowing Website Cryptome Hacked, Conspiracy Theories Do Not Abound  —  Cryptome, a sort of proto-WikiLeaks website best known for exposing the CIA analyst who found Osama Bin Laden, announced this week that its entire website had been hacked.  But, in a surprising response …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Barry Diller Gets Into the “Cord-Cutting” Business  —  When last we heard from Bamboom, it was an interesting and also sort of confusing service that promised to let you watch TV — but only some TV — on your iPad or any other Web-connected device.  —  Now Bamboom is called Aereo …
Deggans / Tampa Bay Times:
Does it matter if journalists don't get the top jobs at cable newschannels?  —  When I talked to MSNBC president Phil Griffin about his channel's recent habit of hiring anchors of color who are not journalists for high profile jobs, he took issue with a central notion:
Discussion: The Maynard Institute
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Conservatives At CPAC Search For The Right's Woodward And Bernstein  —  WASHINGTON — While Republican candidates score points slamming the media from the stump, prominent conservatives, gathered in Washington D.C. for the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, were busy encouraging young attendees to pursue journalism.
Discussion: @mlcalderone
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Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
At CPAC, plenty of lefty media, but campaign finance reporters left out
Discussion: ThinkProgress
Dave Davies / News Works:
Rendell, a bidder for Philly papers, mum on muzzling reporters  —  Anger surges through newsrooms at the Daily News and Inquirer  —  Inquirer & Daily News owners embarrass themselves, and us  —  If the local heavyweights associated with Ed Rendell buy Philadelphia's daily papers …
Discussion: @ckrewson and philebrity.com
 
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Jamie Keene / The Verge:
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Heloise Wood / Press Gazette:
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Discussion: Guardian
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Amazon Kindle To Japan And Brazil This Year?
Discussion: The Next Web
 

 
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