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8:45 AM ET, June 25, 2012

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Dylan Byers / Politico:
Anthony Shadid said to have blamed death on New York Times  —  Anthony Shadid, the Pulitzer prize-winning New York Times reporter who died in Syria this year, had heated arguments with his editors just prior to his final trip into the country, a cousin of Shadid's says, and told his wife …
Discussion: New York Magazine
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Dylan Byers / Politico:
NYT: We did not pressure Anthony Shadid  —  The New York Times says it did not pressure Anthony Shadid into Syria, rebutting claims by the late reporter's cousin that Shadid had said the Times would be responsible for his death.  —  “Anthony's death was a tragedy, and we appreciate …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
The New York Times Gets All the News That's Fit to Print — All of It — Into Flipboard  —  Like the New York Times?  Like Flipboard?  Here's a corporate mash-up for you: The Times' subscribers will soon be able read the entire paper on the aggregation/recommendation app.
David Carr / New York Times:
HBO's ‘Newsroom’ as a Map for CNN  —  CNN, which has long struggled to locate an anchor for its 8 p.m. hour, may have finally found him.  —  Will McAvoy is handsome, forthright and authoritative, with just enough irascibility and skepticism to seem provocative.
Discussion: Chickaboomer
Ken Doctor / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The Newsonomics of the shiny, new wrapper  —  It's a new mix-and-match world of digital products, fast evolving.  Headlined last week by the launch of AOL's Huffington magazine, we can see how rapidly our notion of potential digital reading products is changing, and, in fact, who may pay for what.
Discussion: Media Decoder and eMedia Vitals
Sydney Morning Herald:
Media shake-up rolls on: three Fairfax editors quit in one day  —  There was more shock news for Fairfax today, with the announcement that its top editors are standing down.  The Sydney Morning Herald's publisher and editor-in-chief , Peter Fray, and first female editor, Amanda Wilson, announced they are leaving the company.
Matthew Green / Telegraph:
Fleet Street: the surprising origins of Britain's newspaper industry  —  As the Leveson Inquiry continues, Dr Matthew Green looks at the unexpected origins of Fleet Street and Britain's first newspapers.  —  An issue of the Fleet Street newspaper The Monitor, publishined in the 1700s.
Discussion: Guardian and The New Yorker Blog
Chris Francescani / Reuters:
Sandusky lawyers may use NBC tape error in appeal  —  (Reuters) - Lawyers for Jerry Sandusky sought a mistrial before his conviction for child sex abuse on the grounds that prosecutors showed jurors an inaccurate version of a bombshell NBC News interview with the former football coach …
Rem Rieder / American Journalism Review:
Take This Job and Shove It  —  Good for Barrett Tryon.  He told his bosses at the Gazette in Colorado Springs to take this job and shove it.  Tryon is the reporter who got in trouble for posting news about the recent sale of Freedom Newspapers, owner of the Gazette, on his personal Facebook account.
Ed Pilkington / Guardian:
Bradley Manning lawyers accuse prosecutors of misleading judge  —  The US government is deliberately attempting to prevent Bradley Manning, the alleged source of the massive WikiLeaks trove of state secrets, from receiving a fair trial, the soldier's lawyer alleges in new court documents.
Ian Burrell / The Independent:
Shock at the BBC as reporters are told to start making money  —  There are fears for the future editorial independence of the BBC after news journalists were ordered to come up with money-generating ideas for the corporation, a leaked email reveals.  BBC bosses have told reporters …
Discussion: Guardian and Telegraph
Eric Johnson / AllThingsD:
ScraperWiki Tries to Turn Journalists Into Hackers  —  More and more, regular people are learning how to program: Codecademy is drawing hundreds of thousands of students; hackathons have become a seemingly everyday happening across tech-savvy cities like San Francisco; and now some are even calling …
 
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