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4:05 PM ET, December 3, 2012

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Jeff Sonderman / Poynter:
2 major lessons from the demise of The Daily  —  The publisher of News Corp.'s The Daily said earlier this year that the iPad-only publication might need a few more years to be profitable.  Today the company announced it won't get that chance.  —  Although it has been one of the most-popular …
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Business Insider:
News Corp Is Shutting Down iPad-Only Newspaper The Daily  —  The latest News Corp press release says that the Daily, its standalone daily iPad newspaper, will “cease standalone publication”.  —  The newspaper had a high profile launch in February 2011, but had apparently struggled to pay its way …
Jim Romenesko:
Why The Daily Failed  —  Trevor Butterworth, who wrote about tech and other matters for The Daily iPad publication, writes on his Facebook wall: … * The Daily to cease publication Dec. 15 (wsj.com)
Discussion: AdAge, Digits, Quartz, CJR and The Awl
Felix Salmon:
The impossibility of tablet-native journalism  —  The Daily has reached the end of its life: as News Corp splits in two, its losses, which might have been manageable within the current behemoth, would have loomed far too large in the smaller spinoff.  —  The news is not particularly surprising …
John Biggs / TechCrunch:
The Daily's Final Day: About 100 Employees In The Newsroom, Little Inkling Of Layoffs  —  I spoke to a person inside The Daily who held a $40,000 reporter position for the now-shuttered “daily iPad newspaper.”  While not completely blindsided, they had little inkling of what was going on inside the paper …
Discussion: CNNMoney.com and The Next Web
Peter Ha / Gizmodo:
What It Was Like Launching the Doomed iPad Magazine The Daily  —  I was the 19th employee hired by The Daily.  My first day as the tech editor was on November 1, 2010, and the plan was to launch the next month.  Needless to say, I was scared s**tless.  —  “You know you're going to go work for the devil, right?”
Ken Doctor / Newsonomics:
Nine Questions on the News Corp Split: The Rise of Twenty-First Century Fox and The Daily's Demise
Jeff Jarvis / Guardian:   The Daily closes shop: why the news app was doomed from the start
Andrew Pugh / Press Gazette:
Leveson blamed for police reluctance to identify high-profile Savile probe suspect  —  Lord Justice Leveson.  Pic: Reuters  —  Journalists are blaming the impact of Leveson for a police refusal to confirm the identity of the latest high-profile suspect questioned in relation to the Jimmy Savile child abuse investigation.
Discussion: BBC
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BBC:
Leveson report: No timetable for draft legislation, says government
Discussion: Channel 4 and Virgin Media …
Stuart Kemp / Hollywood Reporter:   British Parliament Debates Leveson Report Findings Into Press Regulation
Hamilton Nolan / Gawker:
30 More Buyouts Coming to the New York Times  —  The New York Times, like the rest of the newspaper industry, went through a painful series of buyouts after the 2008 financial collapse exacerbated the already ongoing collapse of the newspaper industry.  In 2009, they cut 100 positions.
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Henry Blodget / Business Insider:
These Numbers Show Why The New York Times Is Firing More Journalists  —  The New York Times announced another round of newsroom cost cuts this morning, with editor Jill Abramson seeking voluntary resignations from 30 senior editors.  —  If 30 editors don't accept the buyouts, the NYT will proceed to involuntary firings.
Telegraph:
Tom Mockridge quit News Corp after major Murdoch shake-up left him with a role 'he didn't want'  —  Tom Mockridge resigned as chief executive of News International, publisher of The Times and the Sun, because a major management shake-up at Rupert Murdoch's media empire has left him with a role he does not want.
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Jack Mirkinson / The Huffington Post:
Gerard Baker Named Wall Street Journal Editor; Robert Thomson CEO Of News Corp. Publishing Company
Discussion: Wall Street Journal
George Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
News Corp.'s Entertainment Business to Be Called Fox Group After Company Split
Discussion: Deadline.com
Guardian:
BSkyB's Mike Darcey appointed News International chief
Adrian Chen / Gawker:
Hackers Behind Tumblr Worm Say They Warned Tumblr of Vulnerability Weeks Ago  —  Tumblr has been flooded by a worm that's spamming thousands of user's feeds with an anti-Tumblr rant.  In an interview, a spokesman for the group that's apparently behind the hack claims they warned Tumblr weeks ago …
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Amanda Holpuch / Guardian:   Tumblr hit by cyber worm from group engaged in ‘anti-blogging’ campaign
Adi Robertson / The Verge:
Hackers claim 8,600 accounts infected in major Tumblr compromise (update: Tumblr responds)
Discussion: VentureBeat and Gawker
Ken Auletta / New Yorker:
The Heiress  —  On Saturday, July 2, 2011, a high-society traffic jam descended on the cobblestoned town square of Burford, a village sixty-eight miles northwest of London, not far from the market town of Chipping Norton.  Hundreds of chauffeured cars approached a gated stone wall …
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Lisa O'carroll / @lisaocarroll:   Bryant says the money was paid illegally to army source in US and specially set up UK account. UK and US editors must have known
Meg James / Los Angeles Times:
CNN set to launch syndicated Latino programming  —  The news network aims to woo bilingual speakers — and ad dollars — with its Spanish-language lifestyle block tailored to broadcast stations.  It'll be competing directly with Univision and rivals.
Discussion: TVNewser and The Huffington Post
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Buzz Media Swaps Out CEO, Looks for More Money  —  Buzz Media, a pop culture Web publisher with dozens of sites, has a new CEO: President Stephen Hansen has taken the top spot, replacing Tyler Goldman, who moves up to executive chairman after six years.  —  The Los Angeles-based company …
 
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