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10:55 PM ET, December 5, 2012

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Margaret Sullivan / The Public Editor's Journal:
The Times Should Have a Reporter at the Bradley Manning Hearing  —  In failing to send its own reporter to cover the fascinating and important pretrial testimony of Bradley Manning, The New York Times missed the boat.  —  Over the past several days, as compelling testimony over the harsh treatment …
Discussion: New York Times and Pressing Issues
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Eliza Gray / The New Republic:
Bradley Manning Gets No Love From The New York Times  —  Last week, in a Grisham-like courtroom scene, Bradley Manning—the Army private charged with leaking hundreds of thousands of classified war logs and State Department cables to WikiLeaks—testified publicly for the first time since his arrest in May of 2010.
Discussion: The Huffington Post
David Dishneau / Associated Press:   Bradley Manning Hearing On Confinement Resumes
R. Umar Abbasi / New York Post:
Anguished fotog: Critics are unfair to condemn me  —  I was on an assignment, waiting for a train at the 49th Street subway platform, when I suddenly heard people gasping.  The announcement had come over the loudspeaker that the train was coming — and out of the periphery of my eye …
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David Carr / Media Decoder:
Train Wreck: The New York Post's Subway Cover  —  “It all happened so fast.”  —  That's what R. Umar Abbasi, a freelance photographer for The New York Post, said of the fatal subway incident on Monday that he caught with his camera.  One man threw another into harm's way, causing him to be run over by an oncoming train.
Nick Bilton / NYT Bits:
Twitter Loses Ability to Properly Display Instagram Photos  —  Welcome to the Photo Wars.  —  Instagram on Wednesday disabled the ability for Twitter to properly display Instagram photos on its Web site and in its applications.  The move escalates tensions between the two companies …
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Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Why does the paywall debate always have to become a religious war?  —  If there's one topic that is guaranteed to turn a roomful of mild-mannered journalists into a snarling mass of teeth and fur, it is the question of paywalls — specifically, the increasing number of paywalls that are being erected …
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Patrick Smith / TheMediaBriefing:
The science of content subscriptions: Understanding lifetime customer value and price power  —  The great media business model debate of our time can be simplified into three words: free versus paid.  —  Can free-to-air websites and apps be monetised through advertising or is paid content the way to go?
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
John Walsh asserts a love triangle in Deadspin coverage of ESPN  —  Deadspin reporter John Koblin's been aggressively reporting on ESPN, and ESPN writer Lynn Hoppes' alleged “Wikipedia plagiarism,” in a series of items recently.  —  And today, ESPN executive vice president John Walsh offered …
Drew Olanoff / TechCrunch:
News App Circa Launches Web View And Twitter Feed So Everyone Can Read Stories Anywhere  —  We told you about Matt Galligan's news app for iOS, Circa, a few months ago.  Basically, it breaks down “stories” into more consumable chunks so that you can follow something as it happens.
Simone S. Oliver / On the Runway:
Everyone's an Editor With Glossi  —  We've already seen the democratization of the writer, with blogging and tweeting; the photographer, with iPhones; and the art director, with Polyvore.  Now with Glossi, a publishing platform introduced today that enables its users to create …
Discussion: TechCrunch
Matt Thompson / Poynter:
Why journalists should explore the business side of news  —  Most of us still remember a time when revenue was enough of an incidental byproduct of journalism that journalists could ignore it almost completely.  We just did our jobs, and then — somehow — money happened.
Hamilton Nolan / Gawker:
Suicide Is Not the Media's Fault  —  Last Friday, the Tampa Bay Times published a nuanced and heartbreaking feature story about Gretchen Molannen, a 39 year-old Florida woman with a condition known as “persistent genital arousal.”  Molannen described how her condition—likened to constant …
Jason Cherkis / The Huffington Post:
Julian Assange Bypasses Mainstream To Sell Book  —  WASHINGTON — Julian Assange is wasting little time while shut inside Ecuador's embassy in London.  The WikiLeaks founder has recently released a book called Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet.
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
Can a ‘Spotify for books’ really work?  —  Over the last year, we have reported on the emergence of Oyster, 24symbols and Bookboard - all planning to offer rental of multiple ebooks for a monthly subscription.  —  But, with the conventional ebook download craze still taking off …
Jim Romenesko:
What you didn't see in the Gov. Brewer ‘where-the-hell-did-that-come- from?’ video  —  A video of Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer getting testy with KTVK-TV's Dennis Welch after he asked about global warming has gone viral — “Where in the hell did that [question] come from?” she asked …
Jack Messmer / NetNewsCheck Latest:
Gannett Puts Digital Efforts Into Overdrive  —  The pitch from Gracia Martore, Gannett's president and CEO, at today's presentation at the UBS Global Media and Communications conference was overwhelmingly about the company's digital media moves.  “We are transforming Gannett into a digital powerhouse …
Discussion: Broadcasting & Cable
Rachel Pannett / Wall Street Journal:
Elisabeth Murdoch, Mother of News Corp. Chief, Dies at 103  —  Dame Elisabeth Murdoch, mother of News Corp .  Chief Executive Rupert Murdoch and one of Australia's most generous philanthropists, died Wednesday at age 103.  —  She had suffered a fall in September at her home southeast of Melbourne, in the Australian state of Victoria.
Dan Sabbagh / Guardian:
Newspaper editors sign up to Leveson recommendations  —  Bosses of every significant Fleet Street paper back 40 out of 47 measures, but not proposals for statutory intervention  —  National newspaper editors signed up to implement all Lord Justice Leveson's non-statutory recommendations …
Discussion: Guardian and BBC
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Nick Allen / Telegraph:   Wikipedia, the 25-year-old student and the prank that fooled Leveson
 
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Rebecca Shapiro / The Huffington Post:
KT McFarland Pushes Back Against Ailes, Petraeus Story: ‘I Know Now That Roger Was Joking’
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Jeff John Roberts / GigaOM:
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Hearst Corporation:
Hearst Corporation's Steven R. Swartz promoted to president
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Business Wire:
Patch Appoints Steven Kalin President and Chief Operating Officer
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Eric Slivka / MacRumors:
Deals for Apple Custom Radio Service ‘Nowhere Near to Being Completed’
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Jack Mirkinson / The Huffington Post:
Obama: Reporters At Business Roundtable Event ‘Got Enough ... To Spin A Story’
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Hachette enters into new ebook contracts with retailers post-DOJ settlement
Charlotte Cowles / New York Magazine:
Hearst's Lawyers Now E-mailing Former Unpaid Interns
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Erik Maza / WWD:
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Why BuzzFeed Still Doesn't Cover Business News
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UK literary agency partners exclusively with Amazon to break authors into US
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