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3:35 AM ET, July 6, 2011


 Top News: 
Sarah Ellison / Vanity Fair:
The Never-Ending Story: News of the World's Andy Coulson Condoned Police Payoffs  —  Andy Coulson, who edited Rupert Murdoch's News of the World tabloid from 2003 to 2006, condoned payments from members of his staff at the News of the World to Scotland Yard, according to e-mails the company has handed over to the police.
Jack Shafer / Slate:
Rupert Murdoch can't escape his nemesis, Nick Davies of the Guardian.  —  If Rupert Murdoch could be slain by a mere scandal, he would have been embalmed and entombed long ago.  The has successfully swept away every scandal—major and minor—he has ever faced because of his special skill at normalizing his malefactions.
The Independent:
Wapping in turmoil as hacking saga hits Murdoch where it hurts  —  Oliver Wright and Ian Burrell test the mood in News International's London fortress  —  Tuesday is normally a quiet day for reporters and editors of the News of the World.  Because the paper comes out on a Sunday …
Discussion: The Independent
Nick Davies / Guardian:
Phone hacking: Glenn Mulcaire blames ‘relentless pressure’ by NoW for actions  —  Private investigator says sorry for hurt and upset caused while under a constant demand for results from newspaper  —  The private investigator at the centre of the News of the World phone-hacking scandal …
Kevin Cochrane / Media Week:
Ford pulls News of the World advertising following Milly Dowler allegations
Georgina Prodhan / Reuters:
New hacking allegation piles pressure on Murdoch
Discussion: @jbflint
Police to meet NoW executives over Milly hacking claims
New York Times:
Pakistan's Spies Tied to Slaying of a Journalist  —  ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Obama administration officials believe that Pakistan's powerful spy agency ordered the killing of a Pakistani journalist who had written scathing reports about the infiltration of militants in the country's military, according to American officials.
DSK accuser sues NY Post for “prostitute” report  —  (Reuters) - The hotel maid who accused former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn of sexual assault sued the New York Post and four of its reporters for libel on Tuesday for reporting that she was a prostitute.
Kunur Patel / AdAge:
When's Prime Time in Mobile?  Same as TV  —  Mobile Web and App Usage Starts to Peak at 7 p.m., Keeps Up Through the Night  —  Prime time in mobile is shaping up to look a lot like TV: Working stiffs turn to their phones after they've logged off their computers for the day and plopped down on the couch at home.
Steve Myers / Poynter:
How news sites could improve accountability by tracking story changes, but probably won't  —  Web publishing has spawned a parlor game for media reporters, partisan bloggers and others who closely follow the news: finding stuff that's been deleted or changed on news sites and figuring out why.
Florence Pichon / Editors Weblog:
Press releases in journalism: friend or foe?  —  These days, PR is everything.  —  Companies, governments, and organizations use press releases to communicate with the media.  By releasing their own official version of events, a press release helps companies maintain an image for the general public and …
Florian Mueller / FOSS Patents:
Lodsys sues The New York Times Company and five other companies who previously sued Lodsys  —  Lodsys filed a patent infringement lawsuit today in East Texas against the very six companies who previously filed declaratory judgment actions against Lodsys in other jurisdictions.
Why WSJ Mobile App Gets ** Customer Reviews … The Wall Street Journal's iPhone app had just 2 stars in Apple's App Store at the time of this writing.  Averaged across 68,418 consumer reviews, the rating is not just a reflection of a few irate users.  —  As a rough estimate …
Emily Bell / CJR:
Signal and Noise  —  Trying to follow global news in America, a newcomer finds that something is missing  —  If you wished to see a vivid illustration of how the broadcast news media in the US are perceived in 2011, you could do worse than watch President Obama tell jokes.
Kat Stoeffel / The New York Observer:
Does Turnover Signal Tumult at The Huffington Post Business Desk?  —  Since merging with AOL, the Huffington Post has been on an ostentatious hiring spree, luring editors away from The New York Times with big paychecks and grabbing young reporters while the ink on their diplomas is still wet.
Discussion: paidContent
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