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6:15 PM ET, January 10, 2013

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Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Amazon “AutoRip” Service Goes Live  —  Giving Customers Free MP3s For CDs Purchased On Amazon As Far Back As 1998 (Hands-On) - Amazon is today introducing a new service called Amazon AutoRip, which automatically gives customers free MP3 versions of any CDs they've purchased from Amazon since the launch of its Music Store back in 1998.
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Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Newseum says it laid off 16  —  The Newseum says it “eliminated 16 positions” this week.  —  The Gannett blog reported the Freedom Forum, which funds the Newseum, “laid off 20% of approximately 150 employees at the Washington museum and other programs financed by the foundation”:
Discussion: Gannett Blog
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Jim Hopkins / Gannett Blog:
Freedom Forum paid new CEO Duff $1.6M in 2011, documents show, amid signs of more fiscal distress
Discussion: The Newspaper Guild
Christine Haughney / Media Decoder:
Homicide Tracking Site Expanding to Chicago  —  Homicide Watch, the Washington, D.C., Web site that tracks murders, has found another crime-ridden city to cover.  —  The Chicago Sun-Times is partnering with Homicide Watch's co-founders, Laura and Chris Amico, to launch a Chicago edition.
Glenn Greenwald / Guardian:
Why are Bob Woodward's WH sources - or Woodward himself - not on trial next to Bradley Manning?  —  The extremist prosecution of Manning, accused of “aiding and abetting al-Qaida”, poses a real threat to US press freedom  —  There are numerous travesties defining the ongoing prosecution …
Chicago Business Journal:
Warrant issued for former Tribune executive … Stephanie Pater missed a second scheduled court appearance in as many weeks, and so a warrant has been issued for her arrest, according to a report by the Chicago Tribune.  —  The Tribune said Pater sent an email to an official at the court saying …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Beats' New Music Subscription Service Gets a New Boss: Topspin's Ian Rogers  —  There are a ton of digital music services out there, with more on the way.  —  So how will Beats Electronics, the headphone maker, stand out when it rolls out its own version this year?  —  The company won't spell that out quite yet.
Peter Van Allen / Philadelphia Business Journal:
Inquirer, Daily News owners threaten drastic action, union memo says … Tension rose between the owners of the Philadelphia Inquirer and the labor union representing newsroom employees, according to a memo released on Thursday.  —  The owner of the Inquirer and Daily News told union members …
Discussion: Phawker
Lucia Moses / Adweek:
Time Inc. Prepares for Layoffs  —  Time Inc. staff are on eggshells as they await news of layoffs and smaller bonuses than in years past as the company faces declining revenue.  —  CEO Laura Lang, in a memo yesterday, has already told employees she would eliminate the usual 3 percent merit increase …
Discussion: New York Post
Mathew Ingram / paidContent:
Henry Blodget isn't telling us the most important thing about Business Insider  —  Business Insider founder Henry Blodget has pulled aside the curtain — or the kimono, as he likes to call it — to tell us all about how well the site is doing, courtesy of a presentation he put together for Folio magazine.
Erik Wemple:
A future for news at high-brow restaurants?  —  Leland Schwartz is trying to feed news to a tough crowd.  He knows that they're on top of the goings-on in Washington.  That's because they're the ones who are influencing the goings-on in Washington.  —  They're diners at the Old Ebbitt Grill …
Discussion: Washington Post, All and Poynter
Janet Stilson / Adweek:
Why do community news sites, once hailed as the future of journalism, so often flop?  —  Spelunking equipment, climbing gear and snowshoes are Steve Sutorius' life.  That's clear watching him as he peddles outdoor-sports merchandise in his shop, Wildernest, on this 10-mile-long jewel in Puget Sound just off the coast from Seattle.
 
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