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8:05 AM ET, June 11, 2012

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Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Dylan Ratigan Leaving MSNBC  —  Dylan Ratigan, the opinionated and sometimes hotheaded television host, is leaving MSNBC, the cable channel where he has worked for the last three years.  —  Mr. Ratigan, whose news analysis show is now broadcast at 4 p.m. Eastern time, said in a telephone interview …
Christine Haughney / Media Decoder:
Politico to Expand Its Subscription Service  —  Just as print publications across North America are cutting newsroom staff and daily publication schedules, Politico is expanding.  —  This week, the news outlet is starting to hire 20 more reporters and editors to help increase its coverage on the economy and military.
David Carr / New York Times:
San Diego Union-Tribune Open About Its Pro-Business Motives  —  There is a growing worry that the falling value and failing business models of many American newspapers could lead to a situation where moneyed interests buy papers and use them to prosecute a political and commercial agenda.
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Michaelle Bond / American Journalism Review:
For Newspapers, a Less than Daily Future  —  Experts see the reduced publishing schedule for Newhouse papers in New Orleans and Alabama as a precursor of things to come.  Thurs., June 7, 2012.  —  Michaelle Bond (mbond@ajr.umd.edu) is an AJR editorial assistant.
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Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
TV Content Ratings System Set to Expand to Web  —  The black labels that tell families what to expect from network television shows will start to appear on the Internet streams of those shows, too.  —  The expansion of the TV content ratings system is expected to be announced by the major broadcast networks on Monday morning.
Discussion: Broadcasting & Cable
Robin Bravender / Politico:
Woodward, Bernstein caution against ‘witch hunt’ on leaks  —  Famed investigative reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein on Sunday cautioned against creating a “witch hunt” for reporters and their sources amid the growing controversy surrounding national security leaks.
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Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Why the Oregon Daily Emerald is transforming what it means to be a college newspaper  —  When newspapers cut back on their print product it's big news.  When the New Orleans Times-Picayune — not to mention three other Newhouse newspapers in Alabama — announced it was reducing its print production …
Aoife White / Bloomberg:
Google Ends Legal Dispute With French Authors Over Book Scans  —  Google Inc. (GOOG), owner of the world's largest search engine, ended a legal dispute with a French authors' group over the U.S. company's scanning of books.  Google will financially support the SGDL Society of Authors' development …
Michael Wolf / GigaOM:
Introducing GigaOM Books  —  Here at GigaOM, we've followed the tectonic shifts happening in book publishing pretty closely.  From Laura Owen's great daily analysis of all things e-books to Mathew's thoughtful takes on how publishers are adapting, to the occasional analysis from yours truly …
Lauren Indvik / Mashable!:
Forbes's Web Expansion Comes With Some Growing Pains  —  Forbes.com has expanded rapidly over the last two years, building up a network of 900 freelance contributors (some paid, some not) and increasing its story count by roughly 45%.  That growth has come with some measurable benefits …
Discussion: Talking Biz News
Reuters:
Gordon Brown challenges Murdoch for misleading inquiry  —  (Reuters) - Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown accused media tycoon Rupert Murdoch on Monday of misleading a government-sponsored inquiry into press ethics with incorrect testimony alleging Brown had threatened war against Murdoch's company.
Discussion: @lisaocarroll
Rishad Tobaccowala / Lean Back 2.0:
Why the tablet worsens the magazine industry's headache  —  Many on this blog have proclaimed the tablet to be the publishing industry's savior; however, I'm skeptical as I have watched my own and others' usage of content on the tablet.  We now hear of Conde Nast slowing down on iPad development and …
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New York Times:
Syrian Conflict Cracks Carefully Polished Image of Assad  —  For some journalists, Syria has been one of the least hospitable countries in the Middle East, a place where reporters — if they can get in — are routinely harassed and threatened as they try to uncover the repression that has propped up the Assad government for decades.
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Beck Renews His Radio Deal  —  Glenn Beck, who departed Fox News last year and started his own Internet television network, is sticking with his radio network partner.  —  His company, Mercury Radio Arts, will announce on Monday that it has renewed its contract with Premiere Networks …
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