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9:30 AM ET, November 19, 2012

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David Carr / New York Times:
Washington Post's Chief Falters Anew  —  At 11:45 a.m. last Tuesday, the editorial staff of The Washington Post was summoned on short notice to an announcement on the fifth floor of its building to hear something they already knew — that Marcus Brauchli would be leaving after four years as executive editor.
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Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Four things the Washington Post's new editor can do to avoid disaster  —  Now that the election is over, much of the talk in Washington media circles is likely focused on the other momentous change that has taken place: namely, the appointing of a new editor for the venerable Washington Post.
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Rajeev Syal / Guardian:
BBC execs face grilling by MPs over £450k George Entwistle payoff  —  Commons committee to question BBC managers over payoff for former director general who resigned over Newsnight affair  —  MPs are to question BBC executives on Thursday over the £450,000 payoff agreed …
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Guardian:
BBC begins search for (another) director general  —  Trust chairman, Lord Patten, rules out lengthy process to find successor in wake of George Entwistle's 54 ill-fated days  —  When Lord Patten unveiled George Entwistle as the new man in charge of the BBC in July, he said it was the director general's job …
Discussion: NetNewsCheck Latest
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News Corporation's Bid for a Stake in YES Would Value Channel at $3 Billion  —  News Corporation is on the verge of acquiring up to 49 percent of the YES Network from the Yankees and their partners, according to three people familiar with the negotiations.  The purchase price …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Dyle Brings Legal, Live TV On Your iPad, With Many Strings Attached  —  Want to watch live TV on your iPad?  You don't have many options.  —  A handful of networks, including Disney and ESPN, will stream shows to your tablet, but you'll need a cable subscription to make them work.
Dominic Ponsford / PressGazette:
Journalists among 10,000 who could face legal action over McAlpine Twitter messages  —  Journalists are among 10,000 individuals who could face legal action over Twitter messages which wrongly linked Lord McAlpine to the 2 November Newsnight report about child abuse at a North Wales care home.
Tanzina Vega / New York Times:
Automated Bidding Systems Test Old Ways of Selling Ads  —  Publishers and broadcasters have long tried to offer advertisers the right audience for their products.  Want to sell pick-ups to people who like sports?  Buy ads at halftime during a football game.  Selling luggage or airline tickets?
Discussion: @pkafka
Katie Glueck / Politico:
Rupert Murdoch sorry for Jewish tweet  —  Rupert Murdoch apologized Sunday for a tweet in which he had singled out the “Jewish-owned press” for providing “anti-Israel” coverage.  —  “'Jewish owned press' have been sternly criticised, suggesting link to Jewish reporters,” the media mogul tweeted.
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Penguin expands library ebook lending with Baker & Taylor  —  Less than a year after big-six publisher Penguin stopped making its ebooks and digital audiobooks available to libraries, the company is distributing them again through new partners.  Penguin, which is already working …
Discussion: Media Decoder and The Verge
Michael Kinsley / New York Magazine:
In Conversation: Tina Brown  —  Days after the election and a month before she'll retire the print edition of Newsweek, the pioneering editor talks with Michael Kinsley about the future for newsweeklies, American Anglophilia, and personally presiding over the end of the twentieth century.
 
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Spotify's plan for rescuing the music industry: let it fall apart first
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Techdirt:
That Was Fast: Hollywood Already Browbeat The Republicans Into Retracting Report On Copyright Reform
Paul Armstrong / GigaOM:
Media companies better embrace Project Glass because it's going to change everything
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Reuters, NewsCred Launch New Entertainment Package
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