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3:10 PM ET, November 15, 2012

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Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
YouTube Blocks Israeli Hamas Assassination Video — And Puts It Back Up Again  —  Israel has gone to war with Hamas in Gaza, and it is using the Internet as a weapon, employing services like Twitter, Facebook and Flickr on its behalf.  —  The idea is familiar to anyone who has a message to push in 2012 …
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Max Fisher / Washington Post:
The story behind the photo: Journalist's 11-month-old son killed in Gaza strikes  —  BBC journalist Jihad Masharawi carries his son's body at a Gaza hospital.  (Associated Press)  —  The front page photo on Thursday's Washington Post tells, in a single frame, a very personal story …
Matt Buchanan / BuzzFeed:   The Thin Red Terms Of Service
Tara Conlan / Guardian:
BBC rules out costly search for George Entwistle replacement  —  BBC Trust chairman Lord Patten and trustees will not follow lengthy search and interview process for next director general  —  Lord Patten, the BBC Trust chairman, and fellow trustees have ruled out another lengthy and costly search …
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Paul Sonne / Wall Street Journal:
BBC Faces Probe Over Abuse Scandal  —  LONDON—Britain's communications regulator is investigating the British Broadcasting Corp. for a recent broadcast of its current affairs program “Newsnight” that improperly accused a former Conservative Party official of child sex abuse …
Sky News:
Lord McAlpine And BBC Reach Settlement  —  Lord McAlpine's legal team has reached a settlement with the BBC after he was wrongly implicated in a child sex abuse scandal, Sky sources have revealed.  —  The incorrect claims against the Tory peer came about because of a botched Newsnight investigation.
Discussion: Poynter
Martin Robinson / Daily Mail:
Lord McAlpine to sue Twitter users who called him a paedophile as BBC agrees taxpayer-funded payout for Newsnight slur
Discussion: @lisaocarroll and @iankatz1000
Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY:
Guy Fieri Responds to Pete Wells: ‘He Had an Agenda’  —  Guy Fieri got his restaurant blasted by Pete Wells in The New York Times, so this morning he went on the Today show to defend his food and American Bar and Grill.  Fieri said that Wells' review was over the top, and that it seemed …
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Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Brauchli's wife: Washington Post has become 'place where you can't speak truth to power'  —  Former Los Angeles Times reporter Maggie Farley is married to outgoing Washington Post Executive Editor Marcus Brauchli.  In a public posting on Facebook Tuesday evening, she wrote:
Discussion: City Desk
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Ryan Chittum / CJR:
Marcus Brauchli's impossible task  —  The Post's ultimate problem is the business side, not the newsroom  —  I can't think of any editor whose last few years ran headlong into the financial collapse of the newspaper industry more than Marcus Brauchli's.  —  Brauchli got the top job …
Discussion: Erik Wemple and Media Decoder
Ellis Hamburger / The Verge:
Exclusive: Spotify to begin rolling out browser-based music app in beta today  —  Spotify today plans to begin the roll out of its first ever browser-based music player, The Verge has learned from sources close to the company.  From the looks of it, the web player looks a lot …
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Ben Rooney / Wall Street Journal Europe:
Spotify Valued at $3 Billion, but Where is the Missing Billion?
Discussion: GigaOM, The Next Web and Media Decoder
Mike Isaac / AllThingsD:
Twitter Poised to Name Media Mogul Peter Chernin to Board of Directors  —  Twitter is poised to announce the appointment of Hollywood media exec Peter Chernin to the company's board of directors, according to sources familiar with the situation.  —  As AllThingsD has previously reported …
Discussion: CNET
Arif Durrani / MediaWeek:
Audit Bureau of Circulations changes name after 98 years to AAM in the US  —  The Audit Bureau of Circulations in the US has become the first member of IFABC to change its name in an attempt to better reflect the changes sweeping across the publishing business in the digital age, opting for the Alliance for Audited Media.
Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY:
Will Bourne Named New Editor-in-Chief of The Village Voice  —  Will Bourne has been named the editor-in-chief of The Village Voice.  He replaces Tony Ortega, who left the paper in September.  —  Bourne comes to the Voice from Inc., where he served as editor-at-large since July.
Darrell Etherington / TechCrunch:
Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs Movie To Feature Just 3 Scenes In Real-Time Backstage At Product Launches  —  Anyone who has read the Walter Isaacson biography of Steve Jobs (or just followed his story over the years) knows there's a lot of source material to draw from when crafting a movie.
Harrison Weber / The Next Web:
Flipboard teams up with Apple to launch new iBookstore-powered “Books” section in its iOS apps  —  Expanding upon what is now surely one of the most important roles of Flipboard, commerce, the magazine-like app has partnered with Apple (yes, Apple) to launch a slightly surprising new section: “Books.”
Erik Maza / WWD:
Condé Nast's Digital Push  —  Condé Nast chief executive officer Charles Townsend at a recent interview with the Paley Center vaguely alluded to an upcoming rate-base hike in four of the publisher's magazines.  “That's an incredible move,” he said.  At the time, only Wired had revealed the circulation increase.
Jennifer Saba / Reuters:
Viacom posts higher profit; CEO says MTV is not broken  —  (Reuters) - Viacom Inc (VIAB.O) reported a rise in quarterly profit, defying weak box-office sales and a challenging advertising environment.  —  The company said on Thursday that fiscal fourth-quarter net income rose 12 percent …
Craig Silverman / Poynter:
How journalists made sure the truth spread as far as the lie in Elmo accusation coverage  —  An accusation is often more newsworthy than the recantation.  So should a news organization make an effort to ensure the new information is given the same prominence as the original?
 
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Aileen Gallagher / Poynter:
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Ronald Grover / Reuters:
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Jim Rutenberg / New York Times:
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Paul Sawers / The Next Web:
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