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5:05 PM ET, April 4, 2012

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Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
News International misses deadline to file its accounts  —  News International has failed to meet the Companies House deadline to file its accounts and has asked for a month's extension.  —  The company, which trades under the name of NI Group Ltd, made the request following its failure …
Discussion: NPR, AllThingsD and AllThingsD
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Paul McNally / Journalism.co.uk:   QC defends scope of original phone-hacking prosecution
Michael Wolff / Guardian:
Rupert Murdoch's American media immunity
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
DPP says there was ‘pushback’ from Met over hacking investigation
Discussion: Journalism.co.uk
Lucy Manning / ITV:
Report likely to accuse hacking witnesses of misleading parliament
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Media Decoder:
New Philly Owners to Bring Back Marimow as Editor  —  William K. Marimow, who served as top editor at The Philadelphia Inquirer from 2006 to 2010, will rejoin the paper in the same role in a move that is expected to be announced this afternoon.  —  His appointment comes days …
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Paul Nussbaum / Philly.com:
PMN's new owners meet the employees, discuss the future  —  In an informal session Tuesday with newspaper and website employees, three new owners of Philadelphia Media Network reiterated their plans to make long-term investments in the media company to improve its financial and journalistic prospects.
Discussion: JIMROMENESKO.COM
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
New high score: How the NYT created its “stupid game”  —  When Jon Huang was younger he was the type of kid who spent his time making mods for Duke Nukem 3D.  So it makes a kind of sense he's now turned The New York Times into its own kind of shoot 'em up.  —  Huang was the multimedia producer behind …
Discussion: Co.Create and FishbowlNY
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Steve Myers / Poynter:
Stupid game lets you destroy parts of NYT story about stupid games  —  The Times has figured out a great way to increase time-on-site (and destroy our productivity) by illustrating a story about our obsession with “stupid games” with a game that lets you shoot and destroy parts of its website.
Marc Berman / New York Post:
Keith needed ‘Diva’ limos e-mails reveal  —  Liberal bloviator Keith Olbermann spent his last days at Current TV driving colleagues nuts with rants about “smelly” drivers who had the audacity to talk to him, according to startling e-mails obtained by The Post.
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Bill Carter / Media Decoder:
Olbermann on Joining Current TV: 'I Didn't Think the Whole Thing Through'
David Barboza / New York Times:
Flattering News Coverage Has a Price in China  —  SHANGHAI — China is notorious for censoring politically delicate news coverage.  But it is more than willing to let flattering news about Western and Asian businesses appear in print and broadcast media — if the price is right.
Discussion: Reason and Media Decoder
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
Reuters editor in chief received $2.7 million in 2011  —  Stephen J. Adler, the editor in chief of Reuters, received total compensation of $2.7 million in 2011, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.  —  Adler, who joined the company in 2010 after a stint as editor …
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Jennifer Saba / Reuters:   Ex-Thomson Reuters CEO Glocer gets nearly $20 million
Amy Chozick / Media Decoder:
Reed Hastings Will Get His HBO Go as Comcast Nears Deal on Xbox  —  Updated Comcast and HBO are close to finalizing a deal to make the HBO Go app available on Xbox, according to several people familiar with the negotiations.  —  The app, which offers all of the pay cable channel's shows …
Discussion: Multichannel and The Verge
Austin Carr / Fast Company:
Zite, CNN Launch Publisher Program To Ease Cease-And-Desist Concerns  —  Last April Fools' Day, publishers from Time Inc. to the Washington Post Company sent fast-growing startup Zite an aggressive cease-and-desist letter.  The publishers weren't joking, accusing Zite's app …
Discussion: Adweek, Poynter, GigaOM, VentureBeat and CNET
Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter:
New ASNE figures show percentage of minorities in newspaper newsrooms continues to decline  —  The number of minorities in the U.S. is growing, but in newspaper newsrooms it continues to creep downward.  —  New ASNE figures show that the percentage of minorities in newsrooms is now 12.32 percent.
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Instapaper, Readability and monetizing other people's content  —  There's been a minor furor brewing in the digital-content sphere over the past few days involving Readability, an app and web service that allows readers to save content from any website and read it later …
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Matt Buchanan / Buzzfeed:   When Republishing Goes Really Wrong: The Random Longreads Generator
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
Yahoo Cuts 2,000 Jobs in ‘Urgent’ Restructuring  —  Purple people eater?  (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)  —  The anticipated wave of layoffs at Yahoo has arrived, and it's as big as promised.  —  The Sunnywale, Calif.-based internet giant announced plans to eliminate 2,000 jobs, or about 14% of its workforce of 14,000.
Dan Zak / Washington Post:
Woodward and Bernstein: Could the Web generation uncover a Watergate-type scandal?  —  The gabby, gray-haired grand poobahs of journalism sprang from the back flaps of their book jackets onto a real-life panel Tuesday afternoon in the air-conditioned guts of the Marriott Wardman Park …
Discussion: ShortFormBlog
Paul Sawers / The Next Web:
Associated Press partners with Bambuser to bring citizen journalists' videos to the masses  —  Video-broadcasting service Bambuser was one of our top media apps of 2011, partly due to the role it played in helping to mobilize citizen journalists across the Middle East during the various periods of political uprisings.
Joshua Benton / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Nonprofit status: A maybe for news orgs, a yes for the NFL  —  I like football, so I was interested in this piece over at Pro Football Talk that details the salary of National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell.  (That's $11,554,000 — not bad.)  But then I was surprised …
Discussion: ProFootballTalk
Dawn C. Chmielewski / Company Town:
YouTube strikes movie rental deal with Paramount  —  Google Inc.'s YouTube has struck a movie-rental deal with a fifth major Hollywood studio, Paramount Pictures, adding 500 new titles to its expanding online library.  —  The addition of Paramount's films brings YouTube's rental library …
 
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