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12:10 PM ET, December 4, 2012

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Bob Woodward / Washington Post:
Fox News chief's failed attempt to enlist Petraeus as presidential candidate  —  Roger Ailes, the longtime Republican media guru, founder of Fox News and its current chairman, had some advice last year for then-Gen. David H. Petraeus.  —  So in spring 2011, Ailes asked a Fox News analyst headed …
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Taylor Berman / Gawker:
Roger Ailes Tried to Convince David Petraeus to Run for President in 2011, Said Rupert Murdoch Would “Bankroll” It  —  It appears as though the Petraeus affair isn't quite over, after all.  In today's Washington Post, Bob Woodward broke the news that in spring of 2011, Fox News head Roger Ailes attempted …
John Gruber / Daring Fireball:
Why ‘The Daily’ Failed  —  Jeff Sonderman, writing for Poynter: With the benefit of hindsight, there seem to be at least two other major lessons from The Daily's failure: Audience clarity.  It was difficult to grasp who exactly was the intended audience of The Daily.
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The Onion:
Dunbar Family Forced To Discontinue Print Edition Of Christmas Newsletter  —  PAULLINA, IA—In an e-mail to readers on Monday, editors of the Dunbar Family Annual Christmas Update announced that due to logistical constraints, they had decided to cease print publication of the newsletter, which will move to a web-only distribution model.
Jack Shafer:
The Daily didn't fail-Rupert gave up
Alexis C. Madrigal / The Atlantic Online:
3 Theses About The Daily's Demise
Ken Doctor / Newsonomics:
Nine Questions on the News Corp Split: The Rise of Twenty-First Century Fox and The Daily's Demise
Neetzan Zimmerman / Gawker:
Photo of Man's Imminent Demise Covers Front Page of the New York Post, Sparks Outrage  —  A freelance photographer working for the New York Post on an unrelated assignment happened to be standing on the 49th Street station platform when 58-year-old Queens resident Ki Suk Han was suddenly pushed onto …
Hans Nichols / Bloomberg:
Vogue Editor Wintour Said to Be Possible Appointee as U.K. Envoy  —  President Barack Obama is considering nominating Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of Vogue, as his next ambassador to either the U.K. or France as he looks to reward his biggest fundraisers with embassies never out of fashion …
Guardian:
David Cameron tells editors: implement Leveson to avoid press law  —  Prime minister gives newspaper editors until Thursday to show progress in agreeing on reformed regulatory structure  —  David Cameron has told national newspaper editors they must implement the Leveson report recommendations …
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Reuters:
Cameron: clock ticking for newspapers to clean up act
Discussion: Guardian
Guido Fawkes:   Who Has Been Naughty and Nice This Year? MPs on Each Side of the Leveson Debate
Jessica Roy / Betabeat:
John McAfee Admits That Vice Accidentally Revealed His Location in Guatemala  —  The photo in question.  (Photo: Vice)  —  Antivirus software king John McAfee finally admitted this morning that an “unseasoned technician at Vice headquarters” royally screwed him yesterday by accidentally revealing …
Discussion: Who is McAfee?, Guardian and Gizmodo
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Jeremy A. Kaplan / Fox News:
Magazine editors helped John McAfee flee Belize
Discussion: The Next Web and Who is McAfee?
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
Forecast: Internet ad spend will outstrip all print in 2015  —  2015 is the year when internet advertising spend will overtake combined newspaper and magazine ad spend globally, according to ad group ZenithOptimedia's latest forecast.  —  That mark has already been passed in some countries, but not on a worldwide basis.
Julie Moos / Poynter:
Cleveland Plain Dealer tells Guild it plans to cut about one-third of newsroom staff  —  In a note posted on Facebook, Guild members say the Advance-owned Cleveland Plain Dealer has told them it plans to eliminate about one-third of the staff in 2013.  The changes would come after the latest contract …
Chris Taylor / Mashable!:
Writer Sued for his Twitter Followers Settles Case  —  Remember the curious case of Noah Kravitz, the tech blogger who was sued by his former employer for his Twitter followers — in a lawsuit that set the worth of a Twitter follower at $2.50 each?  —  If so, you can stop being outraged about it.
Discussion: Daily Dot and CNET
 
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Josh Gerstein / Politico:
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Jemima Kiss / Guardian:
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Shalini Ramachandran / Wall Street Journal:
Time Warner Cable CEO Lashes Out at Program Costs
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Steven Swinford / Telegraph:
Met Police ignored “vociferous” phone hacking warnings from own detectives
Edmund Lee / Bloomberg Tech Blog:
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The Independent:
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Calvin Reid / Publishers Weekly:
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