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8:45 PM ET, November 19, 2012

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Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
GetGlue + Viggle Is a Big Bet Based on Small Numbers  —  Viggle, which pays users to “check in” to TV shows, says it will shell out more than $70 million for GetGlue, which lets users “check in” to TV shows, but doesn't pay them.  —  The combined company, according to a Viggle press release …
Discussion: TechCrunch
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Tim Molloy / The Wrap:
GetGlue Acquired by Viggle for $25M, Stock  —  Viggle Inc. has purchased GetGlue for $25 million in cash and 48.3 million shares in stock, with the goal of making the merged companies the dominate force in social TV.  Together, the two companies will have more than 4 million users.
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:   Viggle's Deal To Buy GetGlue Hinges On $60M Of Financing ‘From 2 Strategic Investors’, Expected To Close In Next 30 Days
Jeff John Roberts / GigaOM:
Twitter is safer in America: lessons from two sex scandals  —  Two recent incidents raise questions about how the law should respond when social media wrongly labels someone a paedophile.  The incidents, which took place on different sides of the Atlantic, also showed why free speech laws are better in America.
Discussion: New York Post and Telegraph
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Josh Halliday / Guardian:   Lord McAlpine and ITV near settlement over Phillip Schofield blunder
Dominic Ponsford / PressGazette:   Journalists among 10,000 who could face legal action over McAlpine Twitter messages
Amy Chozick / New York Times:
Emerging From Scandal, News Corporation Looks at Potential Acquisitions  —  News Corporation is starting to look like its old self again.  —  The media conglomerate, which had been on its heels for more than a year because of the phone hacking scandal in Britain, is looking to make acquisitions again.
Discussion: The Huffington Post and Poynter
David Lieberman / Deadline.com:
Lionsgate In Advanced Negotiations To Sell TVGuide.com  —  EXCLUSIVE.  The online TV navigation site could go for about $20M — possibly as much as $25M I'm told — and would enable Lionsgate to cash in on a property that's considered peripheral to its main production and TV networks businesses.
Discussion: AllThingsD
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.
Nicholas Carlson / Business Insider:
LEAKED: MySpace's Master Plan To Raise $50 Million And Relaunch As A Spotify Killer  —  The parent company of MySpace is trying to raise $50 million in order to re-launch MySpace as a direct competitor to Spotify and Pandora in 2013.  —  This is according to documents obtained by Business Insider, which we have included in this post.
The Hollywood Reporter:
The Hollywood Reporter, After 65 Years, Addresses Role in Blacklist  —  Billy Wilkerson was nervous. it was July 1946, and The Hollywood Reporter owner, editor and publisher was preparing to embark on a landmark campaign that would expose communists working in Hollywood.
Discussion: The Wrap and Pressing Issues
Journalism.org:
The Final Days of the Media Campaign 2012: Final Weeks in the Mainstream Press  —  Throughout most of the general campaign period, President Obama received slightly better coverage in the mainstream press than Governor Romney did.  An earlier PEJ report showed that from August 27 to October 21 …
Discussion: Poynter, Journalism.org and TVNewser
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Andrew Kirell / Mediaite:
Fox & MSNBC Became More Extreme As Election Day Neared, Reports Pew
Discussion: Mother Jones and Journalism.org
Guardian:
Operation Elveden: CPS to decide whether to bring charges  —  Prosecutors due to announce decision on criminal charges after investigation into payments by journalists to public officials  —  Prosecutors will announce on Tuesday if they believe they have enough evidence to bring criminal charges following …
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Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:   Leveson inquiry: press intrusion victims to meet party leaders
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Tom Rosenstiel to leave Pew's PEJ for API  —  Project for Excellence in Journalism director Tom Rosenstiel is leaving the organization to become executive director of the American Press Institute.  API and the Newspaper Association of America announced in January they would merge.
Discussion: CJR and @vivianschiller
Dan Sabbagh / Guardian:
Saddam Hussein underpants photos defended by News Corp  —  Rupert Murdoch's company stands by decision to publish pictures in 2005, despite claims of payments made to US troops  —  Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation has aggressively defended the publication of pictures of Saddam Hussein …
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Peter Jukes / The Daily Beast:   Did News Corp. Illegally Purchase Saddam Hussein Photos from U.S. Officials?
Michael Wolff / Guardian:
Rupert Murdoch and the Jews  —  His Twitter slip about the ‘Jewish-owned press’ was revealing - of prejudice, paranoia and neoconism - and none of it is pretty  —  Whoops.  —  Rupert Murdoch's unchaperoned tweeting was bound to get him into trouble.  On Saturday, he slipped into an antisemitic usage …
Guardian:
Sky magazine tax loophole saved broadcaster up to £40m a year  —  A magazine for satellite TV customers published by BSkyB was used as a tax avoidance scheme that saved the company up to £40m a year.  The broadcaster had been saving millions in VAT by charging satellite customers …
Discussion: Digital Spy
Dominic Patten / Deadline.com:
Disney Pulls Plug On Online Movie Service  —  Disney Movies Online will cease to exist at the end of the year, Disney announced today.  The little-known Internet movie service will close as of December 31, said the company in an email to users and on the site.
Discussion: The Next Web
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Dyle Brings Legal, Live TV to 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.
 
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Josh Halliday / Guardian:
BBC inquiry into journalist's death flawed by ‘fear culture’, says family
Lucia Moses / Adweek:
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Reuters:
Israel bombs Gaza media building for second day
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BBC execs face grilling by MPs over £450k George Entwistle payoff
Sarah Marshall / Journalism.co.uk:
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