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6:30 PM ET, July 6, 2011


 Top News: 
Nick Davies / Guardian:
News of the World surveillance of detective: what Rebekah Brooks knew  —  Brooks summoned to meeting with Scotland Yard to be told her journalists had spied on behalf of murder suspects  —  As editor of the News of the World Rebekah Brooks was confronted with evidence that her paper's resources …
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
Murdoch Responds To Hacking Claims From Sun Valley  —  Rupert Murdoch is standing by News International head Rebekah Brooks in his first public statement on the new phone hacking accusations causing a firestorm for the News Corp (NSDQ: NWS).  UK publishing group—and a potential last-minute roadblock …
Hugh Grant: How I exposed hacking  —  The actor Hugh Grant has been speaking about how he recorded a conversation between himself and Paul McMullen, in which the journalist revealed details of phone hacking by the media.  —  Details of the exchange were then revealed by Mr Grant in the New Statesman.
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter:
5 ways to turn traffic spikes from major news stories into return visits  —  Many news sites have seen traffic spikes this year following major news events.  But as website editors are learning, just because readers come to a site once for news doesn't mean they're going to come back later.
New York Times:
Watching a Trial on TV, Discussing It on Twitter  —  As the lawyers for Casey Anthony gathered at a restaurant in Orlando, Fla., on Tuesday afternoon, two hours after a jury found their client not guilty of killing her daughter, Caylee, the television host Nancy Grace was sequestered in a studio …
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
CNN Cancels ‘In the Arena’ With Eliot Spitzer  —  CNN on Thursday cancelled Eliot Spitzer's 8 p.m. political talk show, “In The Arena,” and said it would shift Anderson Cooper's 10 p.m. nightly newscast into the time slot.  —  The cable news channel also said that Erin Burnett …
‘Page One’ Excerpt: How The New York Times learned to stop worrying and love the blog  —  To coincide with the release of “Page One: Inside The New York Times,” NPR's David Folkenflik edited a book by leading thinkers about where media is headed.  In this essay, former New York Times reporter …
Discussion: Bloggasm
Kat Stoeffel / The New York Observer:
Does Turnover Signal Tumult at The Huffington Post Business Desk?  [Update]  —  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.
Yinka Adegoke / Reuters:
Media moguls focus on digital dollars at Sun Valley  —  (Reuters) - Media and technology moguls gather in Idaho this week to once more debate a shift to a digital world, but the talk this year will finally focus on how to make money off it.  —  Unlike in years past, this year's attendees …
Rebecca Meany /   Valley greets, but doesn't meet, heavy hitters
Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
De Rosa named social media editor  —  Anthony De Rosa is currently a product manager and technologist at Reuters, and — according to NBC New York — “one of the top 20 people to follow on Twitter.”  From the memo announcing his appointment: … From: Impoco, Jim (M Edit Ops)
Discussion: FishbowlNY
The New York Observer:
New York Media Power Couples: The Varsity Lineup and the Incoming Class  —  Tina and Sir Harry, Ken and Binky, Nan and Gay — the long-standing Old Guard of media couples are well known.  But who else is at the top of the love-in-journalism field?  We've compiled a primer.
Arthur S. Brisbane / The Public Editor's Journal:
Times curbs Pogue's P.R. appearances  —  Journalists are accustomed to seeing public relations pitches in their inbox.  I was surprised, though, when I recently got one on June 8 touting tech columnist David Pogue's speech to P.R. professionals in which he credits P.R. with providing most of his ideas.
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Another perk for NYT subscribers: “Share your access”  —  Are you a New York Times subscriber?  Are you related to one?  If so, today's your lucky day: The Times, in an email just sent out to print subscribers, is announcing that subscribers will now be able to share their digital access with a family member of their choosing.
Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine:
Times Newsroom Mounts Defense of Fracking Coverage: Memo  —  The New York Times newsroom, under fire from backers of the natural gas extraction method known as fracking, is fighting back with a detailed defense of its reporting.  —  In the run-up to a ruling by the New York State Department …
Sharon Waxman / The Wrap:
CEO Jason Kilar Is Contract-Less as Hulu Seeks Buyer  —  As bankers in Century City gathered to pitch Hulu to potential buyers on Tuesday, they more than likely disclosed this anomaly: CEO Jason Kilar is now without a contract.  —  Kilar's contract expired at the end of June, according to an individual close to the company.
NPR Topics: World:
Al Jazeera Reporter Reflects on Detainment in Iran … Dorothy Parvaz was detained in Syria when she tried entering the country to cover uprisings.  She spent three days in Syrian detention, then was handed over to Iranian authorities.  Host Michel Martin continues her conversation with Parvaz about her detainment in Syria and Iran.
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