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2:56 AM ET, April 25, 2012

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Guardian:
Jeremy Hunt and NewsCorp: all the emails  —  Evidence provided by Rupert Murdoch to the Leveson inquiry shows that Conservative minister Jeremy Hunt maintained close contact with News Corporation while the company attempted take full ownership of BSkyB
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Nick Davies / Guardian:
The questions Rupert Murdoch must answer at the Leveson inquiry  —  The News Corp boss must address allegations over the BSkyB bid, his relationship with politicians and his papers' illegal activity  —  All of the questions are directed to testing key allegations.
Emily Allen / Daily Mail:
So who is not telling the whole truth? …
Discussion: Guardian
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Should the NYT charge for early access to the news?  —  The New York Times recently ran an exclusive exposé about Walmart and bribery allegations in Mexico, a story that helped to shave about $16 billion from the retailing giant's market value over the past few days.
Discussion: Forbes and Capital New York
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Ben Dowell / Guardian:
Twitter users to be arrested over naming of Ched Evans rape victim  —  Police also investigating Sky News after inadvertently displaying a Twitter feed identifying 19-year-old victim in a report  —  Police are planning to arrest a number of Twitter users who are alleged to have named …
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Aruna Viswanatha / Reuters:
Exclusive: SEC probes movie studios over dealings in China  —  (Reuters) - U.S. regulators are investigating major U.S. movie studios' dealings with China as the entertainment companies try to get a greater foothold in one of the fastest-growing movie markets in the world.
Stacey Higginbotham / GigaOM:
The future of TV isn't TV, it's broadband.  —  As government strives to keep up with the broadband age, the Senate's Commerce Committee held a hearing today covering the future of television, but midway through the hearing I realized that the Senate has it all wrong.
Nicholas Thompson / The New Yorker Blog:
Is Netflix Doomed?  —  For a while, Netflix seemed like the smartest tech company around.  Searching for movies online was easy; mailing them back off-line was cathartic.  The company constantly tweaked its red envelopes, trying to create one that you could open while tipsy and seal one-handed while late for work.
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Felix Salmon:
The problem with Netflix  —  Nick Thompson today asks whether Netflix …
Discussion: @tcarmody
Michael Miner / Chicago Reader:
Tribune Company does deal with Journatic  —  The Tribune Company announced Monday it's turning over TribLocal to Journatic—which the Tribune describes as a “Chicago-based media content provider” that “aggregates data.”  Not just Chicago-based, it's Tribune Tower-based …
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Eliot Spitzer on his new show: 'Look, my mom watches, she's happy'  —  Eliot Spitzer's been back as a full-time cable news host for almost a month now.  So the former New York governor's had plenty of time to warm up for his first grilling from the press about his new show, “Viewpoint,” …
Discussion: Mediaite
Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
OWS protestor doesn't own his tweets, judge rules  —  In a candid ruling, a New York judge said a protester can't stop prosecutors from searching his Twitter account because he doesn't own the tweets in the first place.  —  Judge Matthew Sciarrino Jr. cited a “widely-believed” but “mistaken” …
Discussion: BuzzFeed
Ryan Kim / GigaOM:
Ex-HuffPo leaders' stealth video startup Planet Daily raises $5M  —  The details are still fuzzy on the new stealth video startup Planet Daily Networks, founded by Huffington Post co-founder Ken Lerer and former CEO Eric Hippeau, but it appears that the company has nabbed $5 million in funding …
Discussion: Business Insider and Betabeat
Mike Flynn / Breitbart.com:
NPR Fails To Disclose Reporter's Ties To Activist Group  —  This weekend, NPR aimed its taxpayer-subsidized guns at the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a relatively unknown membership association of state legislators.  ALEC, a non-profit 501 (c)3 founded in the 1970s …
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
“Why I break DRM on e-books”: A publishing exec speaks out  —  Calls for big-six publishers to drop DRM have increased in recent weeks, coinciding with the DOJ price-fixing lawsuit.  Many observers fear that the lawsuit will actually reduce competition in the e-book marketplace …
 
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Huffington Post UK:
Leveson Inquiry: David Cameron Met James Murdoch 12 Times While In Opposition, Did Discuss BSkyB
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