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11:40 AM ET, January 16, 2013

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Sandra Guy / Chicago Sun Times:
Aaron Swartz was ‘killed by government,’ father says at funeral  —  At 26, Internet activist and visionary Aaron Swartz had long ago established himself as a hero and wise elder of people power through copyright reform and open access to online information.  In a 2001 interview with WBEZ Radio …
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Alexander Abad-Santos / The Atlantic Wire:
How Anonymous Got Westboro to Back Off Aaron Swartz's Funeral  —  Fresh off their most recent spat over the Newtown shootings, the reviled hate group protestors at Westboro Baptist Church and the do-gooder hacktivists from Anonymous faced off over the ongoing Aaron Swartz suicide controversy on Tuesday …
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Digital First newspaper to reduce print frequency  —  The Oneida (N.Y.) Daily Dispatch will print three days a week beginning next month, owner Digital First Media announced Wednesday.  —  As is customary with such announcements, DFM promises “expanded online, mobile and electronic offerings” for Daily Dispatch readers.
Joe Flint / Los Angeles Times:
News Corp. may convert Fox Soccer into entertainment network  —  Fox Soccer may become an entertainment network.  (Fox Sports )  —  News Corp. is considering revamping its Fox Soccer cable channel into a general entertainment network, according to people briefed on the matter.
Discussion: EPL Talk
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Weekly World News erects paywall, ending debate forever  —  The Weekly World News will move its website behind a paywall, the company announced Wednesday.  Listen up, information-needs-to-be-free types: When Bat Boy goes behind a paywall, there's nothing left to discuss.
Discussion: Weekly World News
Jack Shafer:
When advertorial bites back  —  At about noon today, the Atlantic put on a very snug hair shirt, issuing a statement of apology and regret for having posted on its website Church of Scientology “Sponsor Content” yesterday.  —  The Scientology advertisement, composed by tone-deaf propagandists unable …
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Dylan Byers / Politico:
CNN President Jeff Zucker backs Piers Morgan's gun control campaign  —  CNN president Jeff Zucker told CNN New York staff today that he supported Piers Morgan's decision to speak in favor of gun control, sources at the network tell POLITICO.  —  During a town-hall meeting with staff …
Natasha Lomas / TechCrunch:
Amazon's European Netflix Competitor, LOVEFiLM, Signs TV Series Streaming Deal With NBCU  —  Another day, another content licensing agreement in the online streaming space.  Amazon-owned LOVEFiLM, a European Netflix competitor, has signed a new streaming deal with NBCUniversal International TV Distribution …
Discussion: The Next Web, SlashGear and Pocket-lint
Jeremy Greenfield / Digital Book World:
Inkling to Turn Google Into Storefront, Take Run at Amazon  —  The most trafficked ebook store in the world today is Amazon.  Very soon, that might not be the case.  —  Illustrated ebook store and ebook production management start-up Inkling has found a way to make Google Search a storefront …
Discussion: paidContent
Chicago Tribune:
Tribune Buyout and Bankruptcy: Culture Shock  —  With the takeover complete, Sam Zell and his team of outsiders brought a new approach, but their ideas never took off and their style alienated employees  —  Tribune Tower was in crisis, and the illustrations of penguins installed …
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Google wins $1 million worth of USA Today ads in Print Advertising competition  —  Google Creative Lab won a print-advertising contest run by USA Today.  Publisher Larry Kramer tells The New York Times “he could see how people may consider it ‘hysterical,’” Stuart Elliott writes.
Discussion: New York Times
Erin Geiger Smith / Reuters:
News outlets improperly used photos posted to Twitter: judge  —  (Reuters) - A judge has found that two news organizations improperly used images that a photojournalist had posted to Twitter in one of the first big tests of intellectual property law involving social media.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
N.Y.'s tough new gun law also prohibits disclosure of gun owners' names  —  The New York state Assembly will vote Tuesday on gun legislation that would broaden the definition of assault weapons and require mental health professionals to report anyone they thought may become dangerous.
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Josh Feldman / Mediaite:
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Erik Wemple:
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Abdi Guled / Associated Press:
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Michael Cieply / Media Decoder:
Picturehouse, Small Film Distributor, Is Returning
John Plunkett / Guardian:
BBC boosts Britain's economy by £8bn, new report claims
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Jim Romenesko:
Reporter fired by Houston Chronicle for stripping lands at San Antonio Express-News
Discussion: Hair Balls
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
Layoffs occurring at Reuters
Jon Russell / The Next Web:
Google ordered to reveal identity of anonymous bloggers in Australian defamation suit
Discussion: Herald Sun
Adam Popescu / ReadWrite:
Why Write Your Own Book When An Algorithm Can Do It For You?
Jim Romenesko:
Dick Stevenson is named New York Times chief Washington correspondent