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2:58 AM ET, December 3, 2012

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Katherine Rushton / Telegraph:
News Corp to split as top executive Tom Mockridge poised to go  —  News Corporation's most senior executive in Britain is to leave the company, as the media behemoth controlled by Rupert Murdoch accelerates plans to split into two, the Daily Telegraph can disclose.
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Todd Cunningham / The Wrap:
Tom Mockridge, News International CEO, Steps Down After Being Passed Over  —  Tom Mockridge, the CEO of News International, the U.K. newspaper unit of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., has resigned, the company announced Sunday night.  —  His exit, effective at year's end, comes amid reports …
Discussion: Guardian
David Carr / New York Times:
John Huey, Editor of Time Inc., Prepares to Leave  —  In the decade I've covered John Huey, I'd never once been to his magisterial office on the 34th floor of the Time & Life building.  It is large and imposing in a way its occupant is not, an unlikely landing spot for an old newspaper hack.
Discussion: @megan
Ken Doctor / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The newsonomics of going deeper  —  The news industry appears to be having another one of its Admiral Stockdale moments.  Who am I?  Why am I here?  —  From Columbia's “Post-Industrial Journalism: Adapting to the Present” report ("A new Columbia report examines the disrupted news universe" …
Jack Shafer:
Britain's press needs more freedom, not more regulation  —  The Leveson inquiry completed its 17-month official investigation into the filth and the fury of the British press today, pulling into the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center opposite Westminster Abbey.
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Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
UK's House Of Lords Summons Facebook And Google To Talk Convergence And Media Power
Discussion: Guardian and Journalism.co.uk
Sarah Lyall / New York Times:
British Press Lauds Cameron Over Leveson Stand
Virginia Postrel / Bloomberg:
A Free-Market Fix for the Copyright Racket  —  While most of the punditocracy was chattering earlier this month about Mitt Romney's “gifts” gaffe, another Republican took an unexpectedly bold stand about a huge and controversial special-interest handout that largely benefits Democratic constituencies.
Discussion: Dynamist
Bryan Bishop / The Verge:
Frontline makes the documentary interactive with 'David Coleman Headley's Web of Betrayal'  —  From stories on voter targeting to car design, the PBS program Frontline has been actively exploring innovative ways to bring its content to online audiences.  Its latest project …
Nat Ives / AdAge:
Atlantic Media Tries Turning Twitter Into a Bigger Ad Platform  —  140 Proof System Gathers Audience From Atlantic Followers and Others  —  Atlantic Media is taking publishers' latest stab at making social media good for something besides gaining traffic.  —  The company …
Paul Sawers / The Next Web:
The Guardian's N0tice platform gets a live-music mapping tool, showing fans' tweets and Instagram snaps  —  N0tice is one of the Guardian's testbed projects, which we've previously noted has real potential to take news reporting, and news gathering, in new directions.
Lucia Moses / Adweek:
Data Points: Copy That Despite sharing buttons, people are more likely to cut and paste  —  Sharing buttons have been around a while, but cutting and pasting is by far the most popular way of sharing content, according to Tynt, a service that tracks when people cut and paste content from 600,000 publishers' sites.
Bruce Feiler / New York Times:
Maria Popova Has Some Big Ideas  —  SHE is the mastermind of the one of the faster growing literary empires on the Internet, yet she is virtually unknown.  She is the champion of old-fashioned ideas, yet she is only 28 years old.  She is a fierce defender of books, yet she insists she will never write one herself.
Discussion: Gawker and @mathewi
John Koetsier / VentureBeat:
The inside story on how Reddit was created: ‘I wanted to make the world suck less’  —  In college, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian told a professor that he wanted to make the world suck less.  A Total Disruption has just released a new video showing exactly how he accomplished that goal.
 
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