Check out Mini-Mediagazer for simple mobiles or Mediagazer Mobile for modern smartphones.
11:45 PM ET, November 28, 2012

Mediagazer

 Top News: 
Jim Romenesko:
Memo to Financial Times staff: Don't tweet commentary about the Leveson report  —  Financial Times staffers are told not to tweet commentary or analysis of the Leveson report on media standards when it's released tomorrow.  “We will have commentary but it will stretch beyond 140 characters,” writes editor Lionel Barber.
Discussion: Telegraph and BBC
RELATED:
Emily Bell / Guardian:
The Leveson inquiry is irrelevant to 21st-century journalism  —  The judge's findings will address the nefarious behaviour of newspapers but not the vast array of media on the internet  —  Just as nature abhors a vacuum, the internet abhors geo-specific regulation.
Discussion: Big News Network.com
Guardian:
Leveson D-day dawns as coalition split over press regulation  —  Conservatives accuse Liberal Democrats of playing dangerous game over state regulation of media  —  The threat of a coalition split over future regulation of the press was looming as Conservative cabinet sources accused …
Dylan Byers / Politico:
‘Vital, scary’: The Leveson report is coming
Discussion: mediabistro.com
Vikram Dodd / Guardian:   Leveson warns Metropolitan police it faces criticism
John Burn-Murdoch / Guardian:
The Leveson inquiry in numbers
Discussion: Jon Slattery and Telegraph
Margaret Sullivan / The Public Editor's Journal:
Problems With a Reporter's Facebook Posts, and a Possible Solution  —  Start with a reporter who likes to be responsive to readers, is spontaneous and impressionistic in her personal writing style, and not especially attuned to how casual comments may be received in a highly politicized setting.
RELATED:
John Cook / Gawker:
New York Times Bureau Chief Isn't Chief of Her Own Tweets  —  Jodi Rudoren, the weirdly named Jerusalem bureau chief of the New York Times, likes to keep in touch with friends and readers via the social networking web sites Twitter.com and Facebook.com, as literate human beings in the developed world are often wont to do these days.
Ali Abunimah / The Electronic Intifada:
Responding to New York Times Public Editor's smear against me  —  I sent this letter to Margaret Sullivan, the Public Editor of The New York Times today:  —  Dear Ms. Sullivan,  —  As public editor of The New York Times, your role, as I understand it, is to advocate for the interests of readers and to be an arbiter of accuracy.
Jeff Sonderman / Poynter:
‘Just the facts’ isn't good enough for journalists anymore, says Tow Center's journalism manifesto  —  Of the dozens of assertions in a wide-ranging “manifesto” about the altered state of journalism from Columbia's Tow Center for Digital Journalism, this one stands out:
RELATED:
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:   How can we build a future of post-industrial journalism?
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
You're Launching a Digital Music Start-Up?  In 2012?  Really?  —  Question to the people putting money into streaming music start-ups* in 2012: What are you thinking?  —  Yes, public investors value Pandora at something like $1.4 billion.  And private investors think Spotify is worth at least $3 billion.
RELATED:
Greg Sandoval / CNET:
Song writers remind Pandora: 'You're profiting from our songs'
Discussion: Hillicon Valley
David Pakman / Disruption:   My Congressional Testimony on Internet Music Licensing
Kevin J. O'Brien / New York Times:
Google Fires a Rare Public Salvo Over Aggregators  —  BERLIN — Google's imprint on daily life is hard to ignore in Europe, where it reportedly has 93 percent of the Internet search market, more than in the United States.  Yet when it comes to its lobbying of lawmakers, Google prefers a low profile.
RELATED:
Madeline Chambers / Reuters:
German lawmakers condemn Google campaign against copyright law
Discussion: Mercury News and Associated Press
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Dear Jeff: a Handy List of Contradictory, Surefire Paths to Success at CNN  —  Try to imagine Jeff Zucker's inbox on Wednesday morning.  —  Along with all the e-mails from friends and former colleagues asking “Is it true?”  — namely that he is the choice to run CNN Worldwide …
RELATED:
Andrew Wallenstein / Variety:
Analysis: Why Jeff Zucker is right for CNN
Brent Lang / The Wrap:
USA Today Publisher Larry Kramer: We're Not ‘Unique Enough’ to Charge for Web Access  —  Larry Kramer is not opposed to following the lead of the New York Times and others by constructing a paywall around USA Today's website, he just doesn't think the national newspaper has done enough to differentiate itself from the digital herd.
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Amazon Publishing will expand to Europe; Kirshbaum to head U.S. operations  —  Amazon is expanding its original publishing efforts to Europe and is also shaking up its publishing division's structure, Publishing VP Jeff Belle announced in a letter to literary agents Wednesday (the full letter is below).
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
Washington Times to cut staff for second time in three years [Updated]  —  This post has been updated.  —  The Washington Times is readying itself for staff reductions.  New Editor David Jackson sent his staff the following memo today.  It comes after a pointed set of questions posed …
Discussion: JIMROMENESKO.COM and FishbowlDC
Merrill Knox / TVNewser:
More Than 90 Jobs to be Cut at Bloomberg TV Europe  —  Bloomberg TV is in the process of laying off as many as 94 people in the network's London bureau, multiple sources tell TVNewser.  —  A spokesperson for Bloomberg TV declined to comment on a specific number of layoffs …
Discussion: SocialTimes and Talking Biz News
Rachel McAthy / Journalism.co.uk:
Reporters Without Borders launches site for censored content  —  Press freedom group Reporters Without Borders has launched a website on which it says it will ‘post content that has been censored or banned or has given rise to reprisals against its creator’  —  Copyright: By rpongsaj on Flickr.
Los Angeles Times:
‘Innocence of Muslims’ filmmaker sentenced to death in Egypt  —  The California man behind the “Innocence of Muslims” movie that triggered violence in the Middle East was sentenced to death Wednesday in absentia in an Egyptian court.  —  Mark Basseley Youssef was among the seven Egyptian Coptic Christians …
 
 Archived Page Info: 
This is a snapshot of Mediagazer at 11:45 PM ET, November 28, 2012.

View the current page or another snapshot:


 
 Sponsor Posts: 
Say Media / Say Daily:
Say Media Wins ‘Best At Innovation’ at IPA Media Owner Awards  —  For the second year in a row at the annual IPA Media Owner Awards Say Media UK has been recognized as Best at Innovation.
Search Marketing Expo News:
Check Out the All New SMX West Agenda - Register Now & Save $300  —  Search Marketing Expo - SMX West returns to San Jose in March with need-to-know tactics and high-level networking for digital marketers.
AdExchanger:
Industry Execs On Ad Servers And The Value Of Proprietary Tech  —  There's no doubting the ad server's importance in managing digital media.  “It is the central hub for all digital placements …
Sponsor Mediagazer
 
 Site News: 

Nothing recent. See Mediagazer News for earlier news.

 
 See Also: 
Mediagazer: site main
Mediagazer River: reverse chronological Mediagazer
Mini-Mediagazer: Mediagazer for mobiles
Mediagazer Leaderboard: Mediagazer's top sources
 
 Subscribe: 
Mediagazer RSS feed
Mediagazer on Twitter
 
 
 More News: 
Ella Delany / The Daily Beast:
The Victims of the Penguin & Random House Merger: Literary Agents
Olivia Solon / Wired.co.uk:
Net-a-Porter CEO: It's no secret we're launching a major fashion magazine
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Atavist begins offering in-app subscriptions to its stories
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Porn Copyright Trolls Argue That Verizon Should Be Held In Contempt Of Court For Trying To Protect Its Users
Tara Conlan / Guardian:
BBC Christmas strike threat grows
John Koblin / Deadspin:
ESPN Reprimands SportsCenter For Accurately Sourcing A Story: “IMPORTANT: DO NOT CREDIT SPORTS BY BROOKS”
Greg Sargent / Washington Post:
Publicist confirms it: Fox News banned book critical of George W. Bush
 Earlier Picks: 
Jim Romenesko:
Brian Tierney sued for using his name in violation of agreement
Discussion: Philly.com
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
NLGJA president: ‘The AP is probably correct’ to discourage use of ‘homophobia’
Discussion: Baltimore Sun and Slate
Anjali Mullany / Fast Company:
The Associated Press Stylebook Doesn't Approve Of The Words “Ethnic Cleansing”, “Islamaphobia”, “Homophobia”
Discussion: Politico, Mediaite and Guardian
Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
Ready for His Close-Up: Ross Levinsohn to Join Zefr Board
Eric Pfanner / New York Times:
Erik Israelewicz, Editor of Le Monde, Dies at 58
Alex Weprin / FishbowlDC:
Don Graham: Biggest Mistake Was Promoting Brand Instead Of People, Like ‘Appallingly Young’ Ezra Klein
Discussion: TVNewser
Keith J. Kelly / New York Post:
McDonell moves from Time adviser to exit
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Melinda Henneberger / Washington Post:
Tom Ricks to MSNBC: You're just like Fox, only not as good at it