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9:55 AM ET, November 14, 2010

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Ian Burrell / The Independent:
Tina Brown: And for her next trick...  When she succeeds, it's dazzling.  And when she fails, she just bounces right back.  So what might be the fate of the latest publishing venture to bear the imprint of the quintessential Brit in New York?  —  In Evelyn Waugh's Scoop …
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Nick Summers / New York Observer:
New Details Emerge on Newsweek-Beast Merger  —  Tina Brown met separately with the staffs of The Daily Beast and Newsweek today, just hours after a merger between the two very different publications was completed.  Details of the combined entity, to be known officially as The Newsweek Daily Beast Company, are beginning to emerge.
Howard Kurtz / The Daily Beast:
Inside the New Beast  —  As The Daily Beast and Newsweek combine …
Discussion: The Daily Beast
Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
The kids are all right  —  Yesterday, I held a session on privacy and publicness as part of a news literacy event held at Baruch's journalism school, intending to exploit these young people by interviewing them — rather than lecturing them — for my book on publicness and privacy.
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
The Daily Me is Here Already — It's Called Twitter  —  One of the interesting questions that have been asked on Quora, the question-and-answer site (whose cofounder I interviewed recently) is a question about “personalized news” and why so many startups had tried to solve the problem and failed.
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Telegraph:
How Britain and the web are changing American journalism  —  Toby Harnden is the Daily Telegraph's US Editor, based in Washington DC.  You can read more about Toby here.  His email is toby.harnden@telegraph-usa.com and he is @tobyharnden on Twitter.  —  How Britain and the web are changing stuffy American journalism
Nick Bilton / Bits:
Twitter's Biz Stone Talks About Growth and Local Ads  —  Biz Stone, a co-founder of Twitter, and Sean Garrett, the company's director of communications, visited The Times this week to talk about the current state of Twitter and plans for the company over the next few years.
Discussion: KnightBlog
Dan Crowley / GazetteNET:
Cooks Source publisher admits mistake, describes struggles with copyright issue  —  SUNDERLAND - The publisher of Cooks Source magazine says she was wrong to run another author's work without permission last month and that mistake has put the publication in jeopardy, rattled advertisers …
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Why iPad Magazine Apps Suck: They're Defined By The Past, Not The Future  —  Earlier this year, we suggested that the media industy's infatuation with the iPad as some sort of savior was going to result in serious disappointment.  Part of the reason was that the media industry was salivating …
Tavi / style rookie:
it's happening.  —  You guys may know how I feel about Sassy.  You also may know that I've been babbling about how I think our generation should get one, too.  Jane Pratt, founding editor and then EIC of Sassy, also became aware, and emailed me, and we've met a couple times …
Discussion: New York Observer
Telegraph:
Andy Coulson facing more scrutiny over News of The World phone hacking scandal  —  Andy Coulson, the Tory communications chief, was facing fresh scrutiny about the News of the World phone hacking scandal as prosecutors reviewed a new file of evidence from police.
James Rainey / Los Angeles Times:
On the Media: Larry King prepares for final CNN show  —  Larry King dines at Nate n' Al in Beverly Hills almost every day.  Here King is with friend Sid Young, left, while King's son Cannon, 10, waits for his breakfast.  (Mark Boster, Los Angeles Times / November 11, 2010)
Discussion: New York Observer
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Jon Friedman / MarketWatch:
Piers Morgan must be the anti-Larry King
Discussion: Romenesko
Hillary Busis / Mediaite:
Did NY Mag Rush Their James Frey Feature Online Only After Learning Of WSJ Scoop?  —  Readers of both NYMag.com and the Wall Street Journal's website may have noticed that in the wee small hours of the morning, both publications posted similar but competing articles about author James Frey …
Discussion: New York Magazine and io9
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The Atlantic Online:
How TPM Got Started  —  Over the years, I've become increasingly convinced that when all is said and done, the significant aspect of my journalism career won't be anything I've written, but the fact that I was present at the creation of Talking Points Memo, Josh Marshall's pioneering blog.
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter Online:
Chat Replay: Can You Judge Wired by its Covers (and Coverage) of Women & Tech?  —  In an open letter to Wired this week, reader Cindy Royal criticized the magazine for featuring a cover image of a woman's cleavage for a story about breast tissue regeneration.
 
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