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11:25 AM ET, October 6, 2011

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Walt Mossberg / AllThingsD:
The Steve Jobs I Knew  —  That Steve Jobs was a genius, a giant influence on multiple industries and billions of lives, has been written many times since he retired as Apple's CEO in August.  He was a historical figure on the scale of a Thomas Edison or a Henry Ford, and set the mold …
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John Markoff / New York Times:
Steven P. Jobs, 1955-2011: Steve Jobs of Apple Dies at 56  —  Steven P. Jobs, the visionary co-founder of Apple who helped usher in the era of personal computers and then led a cultural transformation in the way music, movies and mobile communications were experienced in the digital age, died Wednesday.
Andy Lewis / Hollywood Reporter:
Steve Jobs' Biography Sales Jump 42,000 Percent Upon Death … The untimely death of former Apple CEO Steve Jobs on Wednesday at age 56 has given a boost to sales of the upcoming authorized biography Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson.  —  The book is No. 1 on Amazon's “Movers & Shakers” list …
Tom Krazit / paidContent:
Apple Co-Founder And Chairman Steve Jobs Has Died  —  Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) co-founder Steve Jobs has died, the company said late Wednesday.  He was 56.  —  Jobs stepped down from his longtime role as Apple CEO in August, after years of suffering from complications related to pancreatic cancer.
Jeff Sonderman / Poynter:
How Steve Jobs changed (but didn't save) journalism  —  Editor's note: With news of Steve Jobs' passing on Oct. 5, we thought it was appropriate to republish this story, written when he resigned as CEO of Apple, about his impact on journalism.  —  Steve Jobs resigned Wednesday as CEO of Apple Inc. …
Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
Ex-Gizmodo editor: I wrote my apology letter to Steve Jobs three weeks ago  —  Brian Lam, who was editor of Gizmodo during the 2010 iPhone 4 leak saga, says that “sometimes, I wish we never found that phone at all” because in the end “it caused me a lot of grief, and stopped writing almost entirely.”
Lucia Moses / Adweek:
‘Time’, ‘Businessweek’ Plan Special Steve Jobs Coverage  —  The media has gone into full swing to cover Steve Jobs' death, with Time and Bloomberg Businessweek among those preparing special coverage.  —  Time's regular weekly issue, which goes on stands Friday, will devote its whole feature well …
Joe Weisenthal / Business Insider:
Erin Burnett's New Show Getting Brutal Response After Her Mockery Of Occupy Wall Street  —  We mentioned yesterday how Occupy Wall Street folk were angry at Erin Burnett for mocking their protest.  —  And it's not just them.  —  Hedge funder Eric Jackson weighed in and called her “vapid.”
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MyFox New York:
Occupy Wall Street Arrests; Fox 5 Crew and Protesters Hit by Mace, Batons  —  Protest broadens scope  —  MYFOXNY.COM - The protests on Wall Street continue to grow.  The rallies and their participants are showing no signs of slowing down.  Wednesday evening, crowds surged past barriers …
Ben Berkowitz / Reuters:
To occupy Wall Street, occupy the internet first
Discussion: GigaOM and MediaPost
Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
WSJ has nothing to say about Occupied Wall Street Journal
Katherine Travers / Editors Weblog:   Citizen journalism thrives in Occupy Wall Street coverage
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
Is AOL Trimming Its Patch?  Year-End Goal Now In Doubt  —  It's do-or-die time for Patch, AOL's network of hyperlocal news sites.  —  For all the attention the $315 million acquisition of the Huffington Post has attracted, it's the success or failure of Patch, which has been burning off …
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Dylan Byers / Adweek:
Huffington Post to Launch Detroit and Miami Sites  —  The Huffington Post will launch two new city pages in November, Adweek has learned: HuffPost Detroit and HuffPost Miami.  —  HuffPo has been launching a lot of new topic pages lately, enough so that the announcement of two new ones might normally not be newsworthy.
Time:
News is never a 9 to 5 Job  —  News is never a 9 to 5 job.  —  Wednesday evening, with the news that Apple visionary Steve Jobs had passed away from pancreatic cancer, TIME managing editor Rick Stengel (center) decided to stop the presses on the issue the staff had just finished earlier that afternoon.
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Leveson inquiry into phone hacking and media standards - live  —  Full coverage of the first seminar in the inquiry into media standards and ethics, where those appearing include former News of the World editor Phil Hall  —  1.00pm: Well, this incident in newspaper history was always …
Discussion: Press Gazette
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Amelia Hill / Guardian:   Phone hacking ‘checks and balances failed’, says former NoW editor
Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
Politics Daily founder Henneberger joins Washington Post  —  Melinda Henneberger will write portraits of key political players and crucial campaign moments for the Washington Post.  “She also will anchor a new blog on politics and culture that will highlight the voices of some of the country's …
Discussion: On Media's Blog
Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
Not So Much on a Microsoft Bid for Yahoo (They're Crazy, But Not That Crazy)  —  Is this investment-banker-hype week and nobody told me?  —  It certainly seems so from all the almost ridonkulous rumors about everyone and their mother being “imminently poised” to make a bid for Yahoo.
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Reuters:
Exclusive: Microsoft considers bidding for Yahoo
Jennifer Martinez / The Politico:
Google to launch YouTube Politics  —  Google-owned YouTube is launching a special site Thursday that it hopes will be a one-stop online spot for political junkies to watch the good, the bad and the ugly of the 2012 presidential campaign.  —  The site, YouTube Politics …
Discussion: paidContent and YouTube Blog
Microsoft:
Xbox 360 Teams Up With Entertainment Leaders to Transform TV  —  AT&T, BBC, Comcast, HBO, Rogers, Telefónica, Televisa and Verizon are among providers rolling out new TV entertainment services on Xbox LIVE.  —  A new era in television begins this holiday where your entertainment …
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Jay Greene / CNET News:
Microsoft to bring cable programming to Xbox
Richard Jones / The Richard Jones Journalism Blog:
Thirteen Lessons I've Learned From Running A Hyperlocal Site  —  I set up Saddleworth News in February 2010.  —  I thought it would be a good way to keep myself involved in journalism while I stayed at home as a full-time dad to my young daughter, and I hoped it would become a source …
Discussion: Street Fight and Poynter
Chris Ariens / TVNewser:
Michelle Caruso-Cabrera Named CNBC's Chief International Correspondent  —  13 years to the day after joining CNBC, Michelle Caruso-Cabrera is taking on a new role with the NBCU business channel: Chief International Correspondent.  —  Caruso-Cabrera joined CNBC from WTSP-TV in Tampa/St. Pete …
John Plunkett / Guardian:
BBC cuts: nearly 2,000 jobs to go  —  More repeats on BBC2, fewer entertainment shows and smaller BBC3 and BBC4 as corporation seeks to save £670m  —  The BBC will axe nearly 2,000 jobs as it looks to save £670m a year in long-awaited cost-cutting plans announced on Thursday morning.
Discussion: Guardian, Press Gazette and Guardian
Marcus Vanderberg / FishbowlLA:
The Simpsons Producers Agree to Pay Cut  —  The future of The Simpsons took a step in the right direction Wednesday when some of the top producers from the Fox cartoon agreed to a pay cut, according to Andrew Wallenstein of Variety: … The actors counter offer of 30 percent salary reduction plus a piece of the back end was rejected.
Discussion: Inside TV and Variety
Tommy Christopher / Mediaite:
Jay Carney's Message To Reporters ‘Screamed At’ By Sources: Toughen Up  —  At Wednesday's White House daily briefing, Fox News Chief White House Correspondent Ed Henry asked Press Secretary Jay Carney to respond to a report that a White House official had “screamed and cussed at” …
Betsy Rothstein / FishbowlDC:
Redstate Digs up WaPo Writer's Criminal History  —  As it happens, WaPo's Stephanie McCrummen has an alleged criminal past.  She's the reporter who wrote about GOP presidential hopeful Rick Perry's “Niggerhead” hunting camp that has gained traction nationwide.
Betsy Rothstein / FishbowlDC:
Wild Times: TWT, NPR, PBS to Co-Host Debate  —  What do you get when you cross the conservative TWT with the progressive NPR and the objective PBS?  —  No doubt, strange bedfellows.  —  The trio will host a nationally televised GOP presidential debate on March 19.
Discussion: Multichannel and On Media's Blog
James Orr / Telegraph:
Former journalist says colleagues at Mirror Group newspaper hacked phones  —  David Brown, a former journalist at the national tabloid newspaper The People, has claimed phone hacking was rife among his colleagues and was covered by up senior executives.  —  Mr Brown said journalists …
Discussion: Guardian, The Slog and Sky News
Denver Business Journal:
Denver Post offers buyouts to news staff  —  The Denver Post on Wednesday offered voluntary buyouts to its newsroom staff, saying it hopes to trim up to 20 positions, or about 8 percent of its news staff.  —  The Denver daily said it's taking the action “because of financial pressures,” …
Journalism.co.uk / @journalismnews:
The Independent:
Met loses diary that may have proven former chief's links to Rupert Murdoch  —  Scotland Yard has lost crucial documents which would have disclosed whether the former Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Lord Stevens, frequently met senior News of the World executives while he was in office …
 
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