MPs seek fresh inquiry into NoW phone hacking — • Calls for parliament to order second inquiry into hacking — • Scotland Yard to examine allegations by former NoW reporter — News International and David Cameron's PR chief, Andy Coulson, face the prospect of a fresh parliamentary inquiry …
PA Mediapoint / Press Gazette: Coulson ‘happy to meet police’ over phone-hack claims
Samira Shackle / The Staggers: MPs to seek fresh investigation into phone-hacking
Peter McKay / Daily Mail: Hague isn't Cameron's real worry
Irish Independent / Independent.ie: Rupert Murdoch connection may be the undoing of Cameron
Matt Lister / The Dispatch Box: A musing about Andy Coulson ...
Sunny Hundal / Liberal Conspiracy: NYT: Scotland Yard has evidence they ignored
New York Times:
In Britain, Labour Politicians Call for New Look at Scandal — LONDON — Senior opposition politicians are calling on the government to respond to renewed accusations that Downing Street's chief communications officer, Andy Coulson, encouraged reporters to illegally intercept messages …
Discussion: Guardian, Inforrm's Blog, Telegraph and Liberal Conspiracy
Michael White / Guardian: The phone-hacking scandal spider's web | Michael White
Jack Shafer / Slate:
Team Murdoch on Ethics
Team Murdoch on Ethics
Discussion: Guardian and The Daily Beast
Roy Greenslade / Guardian: Press freedom risks as News of the World acts with impunity
Tina Brown / The Daily Beast: Did Murdoch's Hacks Bug Diana, Too?
Jeremy W. Peters / Media Decoder:
New York Observer to Cast Its Net Beyond the Upper East Side — Listening to Kyle Pope, the editor of The New York Observer, discuss how he wants to re-energize his newspaper sounds a lot like someone describing a Broadway show or a television series that has run a little past its prime.
Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
Some Newspapers Shift Coverage After Tracking Readers Online — In most businesses, not knowing how well a particular product is performing would be almost unthinkable. But newspapers have always been a peculiar business, one that has stubbornly, proudly clung to a sense that focusing …
Discussion: College Media Matters
Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
Regulating sex and speech — Let me start with a disclosure: I hope to think that Craig Newmark is a friend. He can be as hard for me to read as James Joyce or C++. But I know him as a decent and genuine man who believes that he is bringing a service to millions of people …
Discussion: New York Times, CNN, Gawker and Advocate, more at Techmeme »
Claire Cain Miller / New York Times: Some See a Ploy as Craigslist Blocks Sex Ads
Adrian Chen / Gawker: Your Post-Craigslist Guide to Buying Sex Online
Paul Carr / TechCrunch:
Rollover Minutes: How Adam Penenberg Has Legitimised New, New, New Journalism. Again. — Adam Penenberg. If you call yourself an online journalist, and yet that name doesn't immediately prompt a nod of recognition - a smile, even - then it's time to close your laptop and bow your head in shame.
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb, TeleRead and Fast Company
Adrianne Jeffries / ReadWriteWeb: Journo Writes 1,000+ Word Story on Twitter After Media Missed Major Breaking News
Chris Meadows / TeleRead: Showing up print journalism with a few well-placed tweets
Adam Penenberg / Fast Company: The $131M Ford Rollover Death Verdict That Twitter Broke
Frédéric Filloux / Monday Note:
The newswire quandary — Questions: should newswire agencies serve consumers - directly? And, to a broader extent, how does the current information shift impact the agencies' future? Two recent events lead me to explore these questions in today's Monday Note.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Blogging And Mass Psychomanipulation — If I ever write another book it will probably be about one of three topics. The first is the truth about how the press and journalism really works - the sausage making - to show just how much of a beautiful, subjective and chaotic mess it all is.
Discussion: SmoothSpan Blog
When short sellers fund journalists — I'm as much of a fan of insidery media navel-gazing as anybody, but Cary Spivak and the AJR have gone way too far with their 3,200-word thumbsucker on the ethics of funding investigative journalism with the proceeds from short-selling.
Miguel Helft / New York Times:
Apple Faces Many Rivals for Streaming to TVs — SAN FRANCISCO — When Steven P. Jobs introduced Apple's first iPod in 2001, it held more music and was easier to use than the handful of rival products already in the market. But it had a big shortcoming: it worked only with Macintosh computers …
Michael Wolff / Guardian:
UK libel rules: Change the goddam law — Rupert Murdoch's biographer on the hefty legal challenges he faced when his book encountered British lawyers — One of the most confounding experiences a British visitor might have in the US is getting seriously sick without health insurance.
Jenna Wortham / New York Times:
From Viral Video to Billboard 100 — Viral videos tend to have a short lifespan online. The best ones might attract a few million views on YouTube and get a mention on a late-night talk show before fading into oblivion. — But in one of the stranger twists in recent pop-music history …