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5:00 PM ET, March 15, 2012

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Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
Blog post prompted Thurlbeck ‘witness intimidation’ arrest  —  Former News of the World chief reporter Neville Thurlbeck was arrested yesterday and questioned for six hours after a posting on his blog which revealed News Corp general manager Will Lewis's home address.
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Former Times lawyer Brett admits Nightjack mistakes
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Andrew Pugh / Press Gazette:   Met ‘grades journalists by favourable coverage’
Scotsman:
Evidence from former top auditor at Scotland Yard is delayed after force complaint
Julie Moos / Poynter:
Guild plans to fight layoffs of 19 Philadelphia journalists, after 21 take buyouts  —  Journalists at the Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com are learning this week whether or not they'll be laid off.  The deadline for the latest buyout offer was yesterday …
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Jim Romenesko:
‘I would have loved to piss on your shoes’  —  Greg Smith's resignation letter in Wednesday's New York Times had me thinking about journalists' final shots at their bosses.  (Jack Shafer wrote about some of them last June.)  —  In April of 2001, I posted what I believe to be the best resignation letter ever written by a journalist.
Discussion: DealBook
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
Newspaper advertising was down 7.3 percent, almost $2 billion, in 2011  —  The Newspaper Association of America has posted its final tally of newspaper advertising statistics for 2011, and as expected, it is not a pretty picture.  —  Total advertising revenue was down 7.3 percent, a percentage point worse than in 2010.
Discussion: Broadcasting & Cable
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Newsosaur / Reflections of a Newsosaur:
Newspaper sales slid to 1984 level in 2011  —  In the poorest showing since 1984, advertising revenues at newspapers last year fell 7.3% to $23.9 billion, according to figures quietly published Wednesday by the Newspaper Association of America.  —  Here are a few factoids to help put the industry's long-running slump in perspective:
Discussion: 10,000 Words
Sam Stein / The Huffington Post:
Daily Caller Reporter Gets Into Email War With DNC  —  WASHINGTON — A private spat between the Democratic National Committee's communications shop and a reporter for the Daily Caller, a conservative-leaning web outlet, erupted publicly on Wednesday after a DNC official leaked a heated email exchange to the press.
Discussion: Gawker
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BuzzFeed:
Democrats Accuse Conservative News Outlet Of “Blackmail”  —  The Caller was, perhaps, leaning into the story a bit.  Boyle stands by his warning.  —  The Democratic National Committee is at odds with the conservative Daily Caller over a reporter's threat as to how he would interpret an unreturned email.
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Trinity Mirror suffers 40% fall in profits  —  Newspaper publisher to cut pension fund payments as profits fall to £74m  —  Trinity Mirror has reported a 40% fall in pre-tax profits to £74m for 2011, and agreed to cut pension fund payments by almost £70m as the publisher's pension deficit ballooned by almost half.
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Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Trinity Mirror invests £10m in daily deals website
Discussion: Press Gazette
Kat Stoeffel / The New York Observer:
Wall Street Journal Poaches New York Times Social Media Editor Liz Heron  —  The New York Times social media editor Liz Heron has jumped to rival Wall Street Journal, according to an internal memo sent out today by Journal digital managing editor Raju Narisetti.
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Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Nielsen: U.S. Consumers The Most Likely To Pay For Content On A Tablet... Except When It's News  —  As developers hunker down and get into the business of trying to work out how to get consumers to buy more of their product on mobile devices, some revealing numbers out from Nielsen on what people …
Lynne Marek / Chicago Business:
Chicago Tribune cuts 15 journalists  —  (Crain's) — The Chicago Tribune cut about 15 editorial employees today as the news company continues to shrink its newsroom.  —  The employees dismissed included reporters, editors and managers, according to sources familiar with the layoffs.
Discussion: @brianboyer
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
Cisco Wants To Buy News Corp's TV Software Maker NDS For $5 Billion  —  Cisco (NSDQ: CSCO) says it wants to buy News Corp.'s TV set-top box software maker NDS Group for $5 billion to improve its own offering and grow its profile in China and India.  —  Both companies' boards have approved the deal.
Claire Atkinson / New York Post:
Execs bailing on Cablevision, spurring speculation that Dolan's planning to sell company or take private  —  Cablevision Chief Executive Jim Dolan is emptying his bench.  —  Dolan — who is also chairman of Madison Square Garden, home of the the Knicks basketball team …
Discussion: @penenberg
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
A Start-Up Factory Media Guys Like: K2 Raises $7.5 Million  —  Some start-up investors spray and pray — tossing smallish checks to lots of hatchling companies in the hopes that a few of them pan out.  Media/tech investors Daniel Klaus and Kevin Wendle are at the other end of the spectrum …
Discussion: Betabeat
Mobutu Sese Seko / Gawker:
White House Pours One Out for All the Dead Journos, Waterboards the Living  —  The most recent article from The Nation's Jeremy Scahill profiled the imprisonment of Yemeni journalist Abdulelah Haider Shaye.  For covering American cluster bomb strikes in Yemen and the radicalization …
Discussion: The Huffington Post, Salon and ABCNEWS
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
As Amazon and IPG's Fight Continues, One Client's Sales Fall By 40%  —  It's been a few weeks since Amazon (NSDQ: AMZN) removed the Kindle versions of 5,000 titles from distributor Independent Publishers Group, but IPG has not capitulated to Amazon's demand for better terms.
Discussion: TeleRead
Jessica Gresko / Navy Times:
Army: Manning's leaks assisted al-Qaida  —  FORT MEADE, Md. — A soldier aided al-Qaida by leaking hundreds of thousands of military and other government documents to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks, the military said Thursday.  —  Army Pfc. Bradley Manning had previously been charged …
 
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Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web:
Kindle for iOS updated with Retina support, far better browsing and cloud downloads
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Robert Andrews / paidContent:
Social TV's Zeebox Aims At U.S. Under Time Warner's Forbes
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Josh Stearns / Save the News:
Sixteen Thousand People Send Messages to Journalists Arrested During Occupy Protests
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Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
‘Beast-week’ reporter Jacob Bernstein to be a regular moonlighter for ‘Times’ Styles section
Alex Weprin / TVNewser:
GBTV To Bring in $40 Million in Revenue This Year, Will (Eventually) Go 24/7
Paul Sawers / The Next Web:
UK mag the Spectator announces a 190-year online archive, and refreshes its iOS app
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Nat Ives / AdAge:
Magazines' Newsstand Slide Smaller in Canada
Steve Smith / minonline.com:
Will The New iPad Display Put Digital Mags On A Crash Diet?
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John Cook / GeekWire:
Anatomy of a news story: How Bing and Google performed when Steve Jobs resigned
Chris Velazco / TechCrunch:
Sports Illustrated App Hits iPhone, Celebrates With Augmented Reality Magazine Cover
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Walmart's Disc-to-Digital Hard Sell Will Be a Hard Sell
Discussion: Techland
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
Charlie Rose and the Truth About Unpaid Media Interns
Dylan Byers / Politico:
NBC pulls Ron Paul's last embed
 

 
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Security researcher claims over 30% of all mobile spam messages are sent through iMessage

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Google Rolls Out App Promotion Ads On Search And YouTube

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