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1:30 PM ET, May 23, 2011

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Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine:
The Elephant in the Green Room  —  The circus Roger Ailes created at Fox News made his network $900 million last year.  But it may have lost him something more important: the next election.  —  On Monday afternoon, March 28, Fox News chairman Roger Ailes summoned Glenn Beck to a meeting …
Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
Female Magazine Fans Flock to Nook Color  —  Even as the iPad remains the favorite son of the magazine business, publishers are discovering that the Barnes & Noble Nook Color is a very promising younger daughter.  —  The Nook Color has surprised publishers of women's magazines like O …
Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
Li named Reuters.com editor as Ledbetter becomes op-ed editor  —  Kenneth Li has been editor-in-charge of Reuters' technology, media and telecoms reporting team.  In his role as op-ed editor, James Ledbetter “will create a stable of top thought leaders from around the world who will weigh …
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Jeremy W. Peters / Media Decoder:
One View of the News World
Discussion: Talking Biz News
Lauren A. E. Schuker / Wall Street Journal:
Glenn Beck to Offer Discount Deals  —  As he prepares to leave his daily Fox News talk show later this year, conservative television host Glenn Beck is entering the e-commerce business.  —  On Monday, Mercury Radio Arts, Mr. Beck's production company, plans to announce a new website called Markdown.com …
Nat Ives / AdAge:
Conde Nast's New Marketing-Services Division Aims at Non-Advertising Budgets  —  Ideactive Will Offer Services Such as App Development  —  Conde Nast, the publisher of magazines such as Glamour and The New Yorker, is trying to move further beyond its core business of ad-page sales with a new marketing services division.
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The Independent:
30,000 Twitter users could face legal action over gag breaches  —  The attempt to use super-injunctions to gag the media in the internet age reached new levels of absurdity yesterday.  —  A Scottish newspaper became the first mainstream British publication to identify the Premier League footballer …
Discussion: Guardian, The Awl, SAI, Adweek, BBC and Forbes.com
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Chris Hastings / Daily Mail:
An international TV star, a pop singer, an author and a comedian …
Discussion: New York Times and @pkafka
Russell Adams / Wall Street Journal:
Newsweek Adds Schama to Roster of Writers  —  If Tina Brown can't return Newsweek to profitability, it won't be for lack of ability to attract talent.  —  The magazine will Monday announce that the editor has grabbed another boldface name in Simon Schama, the U.K.-born historian …
Discussion: Adweek, FishbowlNY and Poynter
Sarah Maslin Nir / New York Times:
Tired, Testy, Even Rumpled: French Reporters on the Big Story  —  They're weary and disheveled, overworked, underrested and above all cranky — some say they haven't had a drop of red wine for days.  —  Legions of French journalists were imported at great haste last week to cover news …
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
CNBC Takes a Hollywood Turn  —  Every few minutes in “Too Big to Fail,” the film about the darkest days of the financial crisis in 2008 that will have its premiere Monday on HBO, something happens that once seemed unbelievable.  Banks collapse.  Balance sheets crumble.
Discussion: TVNewser and DealBook
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Revealed: The Huffington Post Wanted To Buy TechCrunch Back In The Day  —  My boss, Michael Arrington, sat down with his boss (and my boss as well), Arianna Huffington for a brief chat at TechCrunch Disrupt, where Huffington revealed that she tried to ‘merge’ the Huffington Post' with TechCrunch before AOL bought us last September.
Discussion: Mixed Media, VentureBeat and Betabeat
Wall Street Journal:
New Tools for Picking Hits TV Advertisers Consult Formulas That Weigh Social-Media Buzz, Economic Data  —  The animated series “South Park” on Viacom Inc.'s Comedy Central ranks 211 by number of TV viewers but, according to one ad firm's reckoning, it's really No. 4.
Discussion: Adweek
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
By The Numbers: How Facebook Says Likes & Social Plugins Help Websites  —  Earlier this month, I wrote about how the promise of Facebook traffic has enticed millions of sites to use Facebook Like buttons and other Facebook social plugins.  But does following Facebook's socialist agenda really pay off?
Google Book Search Blog:
Google eBooks: By the Numbers, Then and Now  —  It's been about six months since we launched Google eBooks.  Now, we're happy to report there are more than three million free Google eBooks available in the U.S. for your enjoyment and enlightenment (as compared to more than two million at launch).
Frédéric Filloux / Monday Note:
Media & tech: Reconcilable Differences  —  Media and tech worlds must work together.  There is not a shred of a doubt about it.  The former have lost the dual battle for growth and economic performance; the latter are attracting eyeballs and endless funding.  Still.
Ashley Norris / paidContent:UK:
The Future Of iPad Publishing - The Indies Are Coming  —  [Ashley Norris is CEO of branded content advisory Sutro Digital and director of Anorak Publishing, an independent publisher which has just published its first iPad magazine, Technode.]  —  From a mainstream publishing perspective …
Discussion: Editors Weblog
 
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From Techmeme:

Sergiu Gatlan / BleepingComputer:
The US and global partners dismantle the 911 S5 proxy botnet, “likely the world's largest botnet ever” affecting 19M+ IPs, and arrest its alleged administrator

Mia Sato / The Verge:
Google confirms the authenticity of the 2,500 pages of leaked Search documents filled with details about data the company collects

Matt Binder / Mashable:
Ticketmaster appears to have been breached by hacker group ShinyHunters, which claims it stole 560M customers' sensitive data and is trying to sell it for $500K

 
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