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1:00 PM ET, December 11, 2012

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Claire Atkinson / New York Post:
Late shift ap-Piers likely for CNN host  —  CNN host Piers Morgan could join the late-night crowd.  —  The slumping cable news network is considering moving his hour-long interview show from the prized 9 p.m. slot back to 10 p.m. — or even later, The Post has learned.
Discussion: Los Angeles Times and Chickaboomer
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Michael Wolff / Guardian:
Can Jeff Zucker fix what ails CNN?
Discussion: New York Post
Dan Sabbagh / Guardian:
Leveson report: editors seeking legal advice on third-party complaints  —  Alan Rusbridger says five clauses of report will only be accepted by counterparts subject to ‘being scrutinised by lawyers’  —  Alan Rusbridger spoke of widespread opposition to how third-party complaints should be handled
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Elizabeth Jensen / Media Decoder:
PBS Names Beth Hoppe as Programming Chief  —  PBS has a new head of programming.  —  Beth Hoppe, who joined PBS in August 2011 as a vice president in the programming department, has been promoted to the top programming job, according to an internal memo distributed Tuesday.
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
CIA Forbids ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Agent From Speaking To Journalists  —  NEW YORK — The Washington Post ran a front-page story Tuesday about the CIA agent who serves as the model for Maya, one of the the main characters in “Zero Dark Thirty,” a much-anticipated film about the hunt for Osama bin Laden.
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Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY:
Lena Dunham Wages War with Gawker  —  Despite what most would think, Lena Dunham is not a fan of Gawker.  In fact, she had her lawyer contact the site after Gawker published her book proposal, which fetched her a cool $3.7 million.  Gawker did take down the proposal, but that wasn't enough for Dunham.
Emil Protalinski / The Next Web:
After rapid growth, ebook readers set for collapse with shipments plummeting 36% in 2012  —  In 2011, dedicated ebook readers saw shipments of 23.2 million units, a number that now appears to have been the peak of the ebook reader market.  By the end of 2012, sales are expected to fall a whopping 36 percent to 14.9 million units.
Andrew Pugh / Press Gazette:
Angus Stickler resigns from Bureau of Investigative Journalism over Newsnight documentary  —  Angus Stickler, the journalist behind the disastrous Newsnight programme implicating Lord McAlpine with child sex abuse claims, has resigned from the Bureau of Investigative Journalism.
Slade Sohmer / HyperVocal:
Why This BuzzFeed v. The Oatmeal Fight Actually Does Matter  —  “I think that we are more like the New York Times than we are like Reddit.  We're a news organization, basically.”  -Ben Smith, BuzzFeed editor-in-chief  —  The New York Times, to its credit, and to our delight, goes out of its way to correct the most trivial of errors.
Discussion: The Oatmeal, GigaOM and @jayrosen_nyu
William Turvill / Press Gazette:
David Walsh ‘humbled’ by recognition of 13-year investigation into Lance Armstrong  —  David Walsh accepts the Journalist of the Year Award.  Picture: JB Young Photography  —  David Walsh was given a rapturous reception at the first British Journalism Awards on Tuesday night as he picked …
Discussion: Media Week
Keith Coffman / Reuters:
Lawyers for accused Colorado shooter to subpoena Fox News reporter  —  (Reuters) - An attorney for accused Colorado theater gunman James Holmes said in court on Monday he will subpoena a Fox News reporter to reveal her source for a news story about the massacre, setting up a potential First Amendment showdown.
Gerry Shih / Reuters:
Twitter launches photo color filters to battle Instagram, Facebook  —  (Reuters) - Twitter on Monday introduced the ability to add color filters to user-uploaded photos, a step that sharpened its budding rivalry with Facebook Inc.  —  Twitter's filters mimic the popular feature that has defined Instagram …
Discussion: Twitter Blog and Media Week
Ed Sherman / The Sherman Report:
Sporting News prints final magazine after 126 years; web site still continues  —  It was inevitable.  —  After the 126 years, The Sporting News is printing its last magazine.  One of the great traditions in sports is yet another casualty of the modern news era.  —  The Sporting News, though, isn't going away.
Jeff Wise / New York Times:
In Pursuit of McAfee, Media Are Part of Story  —  Late last month, the editor in chief of Vice magazine, Rocco Castoro, joined by a photographer, Robert King, managed to secure a plum exclusive: an invitation to travel along with the fugitive tech millionaire John McAfee.
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Etan Vlessing / Hollywood Reporter:
Detained John McAfee Sells Life Rights for Movie, TV
 
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