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1:05 PM ET, January 7, 2013

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David Carr / New York Times:
Old Media's Stalwarts Persevered in 2012  —  Everyone knows that traditional media companies are dead in the water, overwhelmed by ad skipping, cord cutting and audience flight.  We know that because Chicken Littles (like me) have been saying it for years.  —  Eventually we may be right …
Discussion: Los Angeles Times and The Verge
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Samsung will sponsor AP tweets during CES  —  Electronics giant Samsung will provide content for tweets sent through AP's account during the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show electronics show in Las Vegas, the press cooperative says in a press release.
Discussion: ap.org and TechCrunch
Jim Romenesko:
Freelance Writer Says He Was Stiffed By The Daily  —  On November 26, The Daily published freelancer Robert Johnson's story, “Iran's Speed Demons.”  —  One week later, Rupert Murdoch & Co. announced they were pulling the plug on the iPad publication.  —  Johnson wonders if they also decided then to stop paying their freelancers.
Doug Young / South China Morning Post:
Exclusive: Financial Times shops for China buyer  —  The querying of potential Chinese buyers for Pearson's Financial Times reflects the tough outlook for western print media, though chances of a Chinese deal are very slim. … Main menu  —  Three months after British media company Pearson …
Discussion: Talking Biz News
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Peter Preston / Guardian:
The Financial Times needs to make a signal to the market
Discussion: NetNewsCheck Latest
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Atlantic Media's business site Quartz hits a milestone: more than 1 million visitors  —  Quartz, Atlantic Media's fledgling digital media brand devoted to global business and finance, is set to announce today that it reached 1.4 million unique visitors in December.
Discussion: Capital New York
Adam Martin / New York Magazine:
Journal News Reporters Told They'll Be Shot Walking to Their Cars  —  After it published a map of handgun owners in two suburban New York counties, the Journal News may be the nation's most terrifying place to work as threats have been coming in against employees at every level …
Derek Thompson / The Atlantic Online:
BuzzFeed, Andrew Sullivan and the Future of Making Money in Journalism  —  The Daily Dish's business experiment matters to the future of the Daily Dish.  BuzzFeed's business experiment matters to the future of online journalism.  —  At first blush, they would seem to have nothing to do with one another.
Discussion: NetNewsCheck Latest
Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
BuzzFeed parties on with launch of Hollywood site  —  Viral media beast BuzzFeed has already shaken up news coverage in New York and Washington.  Now, the site is taking its playbook to the west coast where it aspires to remake reporting on ditzes, directors and other fixtures of Hollywood.
William Turvill / Press Gazette:
Journalists excluded from Indian gang-rape trial  —  Journalists covering today's gang-rape pre-trial hearing in New Delhi, India, were excluded from the courtroom.  —  The magistrate ordered everyone except police and court officials to leave the room when the five defendants arrived.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Times-Picayune cites gains as ‘60 Minutes’ chronicles cutbacks  —  Before Sunday evening's “60 Minutes” story about the New Orleans Times-Picayune's reductions in staff and print frequency, Times-Picayune Editor Jim Amoss wrote a letter to readers saying the move seems like a success so far.
Rob Williams / The Independent:
Veteran BBC broadcaster Stuart Hall denies sex abuse charges  —  The veteran BBC broadcaster Stuart Hall has appeared in court accused of sexually abusing three girls between the ages of nine and seventeen.  The 83-year-old star, famous for presenting 'It's A Knockout' …
Discussion: Telegraph, Guardian, itn.co.uk, Channel 4 and BBC
 
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Andrew Pugh / Press Gazette:
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Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Chinese journalists strike against censorship
Rachel McAthy / Journalism.co.uk:
Visual storytelling tool for journalists Storyplanet aiming for 2013 public launch
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Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
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