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11:00 AM ET, September 16, 2012

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Margaret Sullivan / New York Times:
He Said, She Said, and the Truth  —  IN journalism, as in life, balance sounds like an unassailably good thing.  —  But while balance may be necessary to mediating a dispute between teenage siblings, a different kind of balance — some call it “false equivalency” — has come under increasing fire.
Discussion: Mother Jones and Pressing Issues
Claire Cain Miller / New York Times:
Google Has No Plans to Rethink Video Status  —  SAN FRANCISCO — Google said on Friday that it would not comply with a White House request to reconsider the anti-Islam video that has set off violent protests in the Arab world in light of its rules banning hate speech on YouTube, which it owns.
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Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
How Human Rights Watch got into the quasi-journalism business  —  Media from nonprofits has boomed in recent years.  But that doesn't just mean the ProPublicas and Texas Tribunes of the world — nonprofit advocacy groups are also inching their way into the media business.
Rani Molla / The Content Strategist:
BuzzFeed's Social Media Editor on Why Twitter is the New Press Scrum  —  This post is part of the Social Media Editor Series, featuring interviews with social media editors from news organizations about what they do and where they see social media in journalism going.
Patrick Sawer / Telegraph:
Richard Desmond casts doubt on future of Irish Daily Star after it prints topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge  —  The future of the newspaper which printed topless pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge is in doubt after a publisher who jointly runs it said he was pulling out of the deal.
Discussion: Guardian
Allan Lengel / Deadline Detroit:
Can the Free Press Survive the Mass Exodus of Experience And Talent?  —  The strange gurgling noise you hear on W. Lafayette Blvd is the sound of talent trickling down the drain.  Since last summer, the paper has lost 20 staffers, who quit for a variety of reasons, and it soon will lose 22 more reporters …
Julie Posetti / MediaShift:
In Australia, Backlash to Murdoch Scandal Could Erode Press Freedom  —  Rupert Murdoch's toxic News of the World legacy has the potential to undermine press freedom in his country of birth — Australia — where the national government is considering recommendations for the regulation of all news content ... including low-traffic blogs.
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
David Carr on newspapers, Twitter and citizen journalism  —  New York Times writer David Carr may not want to admit that he is a kind of rock star in media circles, but judging by the sold-out crowd of media types who showed up to watch him be interviewed by CBC radio host Michael Enright …
Leonard Downie Jr / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Len Downie: The teaching hospital model works, but it will require drastic change  —  When the Nieman Journalism Lab asked for my thoughts at the beginning of another academic year, I realized how my career has been book-ended by meaningful experiences in journalism education.
Dan Kennedy / Nieman Journalism Lab:
How a 19-year-old student became one of the hottest political photographers in the country  —  If you've spent much time scouring the Internet for news about the Republican presidential campaign, you've probably run across the work of Gage Skidmore.  —  Skidmore's high-quality photographs of Mitt Romney …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Coming to Yahoo: Fantasy Football + Robot Writers  —  Siri can help you order tomato soup.  But what if you want to read a story about your fantasy football team's exploits, immediately after the week's games finish up?  —  For that you need a different artificial intelligence engine — the kind Automated Insights wants to show off.
Nitasha Tiku / Betabeat:
Paul Carr's NSFW Corp Picks Up 3,000 Subscribers and Hires 'The War Nerd'-All to Help Save Journalism  —  In case you haven't been keeping up with the antics of rapscallion writer Paul Carr since he dropped that resignation bomb on TechCrunch last year, here's a little refresher …
 
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Ruth Samuelson / CJR:
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Edward Schumacher-Matos / NPR:
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WaPo's Wemple Has Eye For Male Journos
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Keach Hagey / Wall Street Journal:
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Warner Bros targets hundreds of Amazon sellers over DVD piracy
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Joe Bavier / Reuters:
Washington, U.N. criticizes Ivory Coast on newspaper bans