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2:45 PM ET, November 26, 2012

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Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
Report: Cameron will oppose calls from Leveson for ‘state meddling’ in the press  —  With Prime Minister David Cameron reportedly set to oppose any calls from Lord Justice Leveson for ‘state meddling’ in the press, leader of the opposition Ed Miliband has insisted that Leveson's recommendations should be implemented.
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New York Times:
From Man Who Insulted Muhammad, No Regret  —  LOS ANGELES — Fuming for two months in a jail cell here, Nakoula Basseley Nakoula has had plenty of time to reconsider the wisdom of making “Innocence of Muslims,” his crude YouTube movie trailer depicting the Prophet Muhammad as a bloodthirsty, philandering thug.
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
Newspapers report ad revenue loss for 25th quarter in a row  —  Newspaper advertising revenues were down 5.1 percent in the third quarter, compared to the same period in 2011, the Newspaper Association of America reported over the holiday. … The results were marginally better …
David Carr / New York Times:
Using War as Cover to Target Journalists  —  The setting at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel on Tuesday represented the height of refinement, but Alan Rusbridger, editor in chief of The Guardian, reminded the black-tie crowd at the annual dinner for the Committee to Protect Journalists of something …
Discussion: CounterPunch and Infowars
Bill Shaikin / Los Angeles Times:
Dodgers, Fox Sports talking $6-billion TV deal  —  Fox Sports could pay at least $6 billion to retain the Dodgers' television rights, three parties familiar with the negotiations said Sunday.  The deal could be worth three times what the Dodgers' new owners paid for the team and almost 20 times …
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
It's not a crime to record cops, Supreme Court decides  —  The U.S. Supreme Court Monday left in place a lower court ruling that prevented Illinois from prosecuting people under its Eavesdropping Act if they recorded police officers.  A federal appeals court ruled the statute “likely violates” First Amendment rights.
David Banks / Guardian:
Google is publisher according to Australian court  —  Search engine loses libel case and is ordered to pay $200,000 for online defamation  —  Google will have to be quicker to remove defamatory content, at least in Australia, after it lost a $200,000 libel action there.
Dean Starkman / CJR:
The Washington Post needs a paywall—now  —  A strategic error needs to be reversed, stat  —  The not-so-gentle ejection of Marcus Brauchli from the top editor's chair at The Washington Post has cast a bright spotlight now on senior leadership, including his boss, Katharine Weymouth …
Discussion: GigaOM and @jbenton
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
HarperCollins launches digital-only teen imprint  —  HarperCollins has a new young adult (YA) imprint, HarperTeen Impulse, that will publish digital short stories and novellas.  Ebooks will be priced between $0.99 and $2.99.  —  “We're seeing short-form content becoming more popular …
Discussion: Media Decoder and GalleyCat
Andrew Kirell / Mediaite:
Fox Interview Ends After Guest Accuses Network Of Operating As ‘Wing Of The Republican Party’  —  A Fox News interview about the Benghazi attacks ended Monday morning after the guest openly accused the network of “hyping” the story — doing so with political motivations by acting as “a wing of the Republican Party.”
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Anchors Quit on Air, but Reason Is Unclear  —  Cindy Michaels and Tony Consiglio came to work last Tuesday with a secret: this was going to be their last day co-anchoring the news together.  —  The anchors, in Bangor, Me., had been talking for some time about leaving WVII and WFVX …
Discussion: Chickaboomer and TVSpy
Christine Haughney / Media Decoder:
Hiring a Bush Daughter, to Attract Younger Readers  —  Southern Living, a magazine with features on decorating fireplace mantels and profiles of former President Jimmy Carter describing how he hunts holiday turkeys, has a loyal following among middle-aged Southern women.
 
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Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Guardian's ‘Three Little Pigs’ named top commercial of 2012
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Arik Hesseldahl / AllThingsD:
So Where Did That Fake Google Acquisition Press Release Come From?
Discussion: TechCrunch and Business Insider
Joe Flint / Los Angeles Times:
NBCUniversal and DirecTV near new distribution deal
Jeff Bercovici / Forbes:
That Facebook Copyright Protection Notice Is An Urban Myth
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Michael Wolff / USA Today:
Murdoch still mired in scandal
David Lieberman / Deadline.com:
McGraw-Hill Agrees To Sell Its Education Publishing Business For $2.5B
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Brett Brownell / Mother Jones:
What's Happening With the Bradley Manning WikiLeaks Trial?
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Explosives found under car of prominent Pakistani journalist
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Steve Hewlett / Guardian:
Level-headed Tony Hall has an uphill task at the BBC
Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
Bureau of Investigative Journalism says it had ‘no responsibility’ for making of Newsnight child abuse report
Discussion: Guardian
Economist:
A Wall Street brawl
Alyson Shontell / Business Insider:
‘CHANGE OR DIE’: Why Federated Media Has To Reinvent Online Advertising All Over Again
Neil Thurman / Journalism.co.uk:
Why liveblogs outperform other online news formats by up to 300%
 

 
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