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3:00 AM ET, October 11, 2011

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Noam Cohen / New York Times:
Link by Link: Pastebin Helps Occupy Wall Street Spread the Word  —  A STRENGTH of the Occupy Wall Street protest movement has been its flexible organization and nondoctrinaire agenda: “The one thing we all have in common is that we are the 99 percent that will no longer tolerate the greed and corruption of the 1 percent.”
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Colby Hall / Mediaite:
Geraldo Greeted By Occupy Wall Street Protestors Chanting ‘Fox News Lies’  —  Fox News weekend host Geraldo Rivera went to Zucotti Park this weekend toreport on the Occupy Wall Street protest movement that has been going on for a number weeks and host his eponymous show remotely.
Deggans / St. Petersburg Times:
Occupy Wall Street coverage reveals some financial journalists still mired in Wall Street culture  —  The first story on the first show of CNBC anchor-turned CNN star Erin Burnett's new series OutFront was a snarky put-down of the Occupy Wall Street protests.
Discussion: Mediaite
Jay Rosen / Quote and Comment:
FED UP WITH WEAK REPORTING ON OCCUPY WALL STREET, THIS GUY WENT DOWN THERE AND DID THE JOB HIMSELF
Discussion: The New York Observer
David Carr / New York Times:
A Protest's Ink-Stained Fingers
Guardian:
An experiment in opening up the Guardian's news coverage  —  Help shape the Guardian's news coverage by talking to editors and reporters about upcoming stories as we work on them  —  We often report big breaking stories as they happen, but have you ever wondered what stories we're working on - and what's about to drop?
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Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Memo to newspapers: Let your readers inside the wall  —  The Guardian, the U.K. newspaper that has been one of the biggest mainstream-media champions of a “digital first” approach and a proponent of “crowdsourcing” the news, says it's now going to experiment with allowing readers to help decide what news to cover.
Discussion: Editors Weblog and Guardian
Ali Gharib / ThinkProgress:
Conservative Writer Admits ‘Infiltrating’ 99 Percent Movement To ‘Mock And Undermine’ It  —  Museum guards warn off demonstrators from entrance (AP)  —  An assistant editor with a right-wing magazine admitted in a column Saturday evening to posing as part of the 99 Percent Movement in D.C. “in order to mock and undermine” it.
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Pepper-sprayed provocateur Patrick Howley: Does he really exist?
Jeff Bercovici / Forbes:
For Magazines, the Recession Is Back  —  After a strong first half of 2011, ad spending in magazines fell back on its face in the third quarter, according to official tallies by the Publishers Information Bureau.  Total advertising pages for the industry fell 5.6% in the third quarter versus …
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Netflix, in Reversal, Will Keep Its Services Together  —  Updated  —  The New Coke experiment lasted less than three months.  Qwikster did not even make it make it out of the bottle.  —  In a swift reversal, Netflix said Monday that it had decided to keep its DVD-by-mail …
Felix Salmon:
How the New Yorker monetizes old content  —  I love the way that The New Yorker is using the iPad to construct a whole new revenue stream from its back issues.  —  It started* with “At the Ballpark”, an iPad-only collection of New Yorker baseball writing from 1929 to 2011 …
Julie Moos / Poynter:
Keller on public editors: ‘Even proctology has its good results’  —  In an hourlong-plus conversation with Texas Tribune's Evan Smith, Bill Keller acknowledged he's still making the transition to former New York Times executive editor: … Keller, who reads the paper in print and on his iPad …
Katie Feola / Adweek:
News Corp. Shareholders Advised to Oust Rupert Murdoch  —  Another top independent proxy advisory service is recommending News Corp. investors take a hard line with their voting shares at the upcoming annual meeting—and this time, Rupert Murdoch is the target.
Discussion: Guardian
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David Pakman:
The media knowledge gap  —  During a recent publicity trip to Los Angeles, I confirmed that independent non-corporate media is alive and well in the United States ... kind of.  My visits to The Young Turks, several KPFK/Pacifica radio shows and other local Los Angeles media brought in more website traffic …
Discussion: FishbowlLA
Pamela Parker / Search Engine Land:
Google's Blog Strategist and Manager, Karen Wickre, Departs After Nine Years  —  In an announcement fittingly posted on her own blog, Karen Wickre, Google's senior manager of global communications & public affairs, says she has left the company.  Wickre launched and masterminded …
Discussion: KVOX
MediaShift:
Students Go Old School, Create Newspaper with Typewriters, Xactos, Film Cameras  —  Education content is sponsored by the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, which offers an intensive, cutting edge, three semester Master of Arts in Journalism; a unique one semester Advanced Certificate …
Bloomberg:
Jobs's Death Leaves Hollywood Without Tech Envoy  —  Steve Jobs's death leaves Hollywood without the trusted technology envoy who helped push the film, TV and music industries into the digital age.  —  In the 25 years after he bought George Lucas's digital animation business and renamed it Pixar …
Patricia Sheridan / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:
Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast With ... Chris Wallace  —  Award-winning journalist and host of “Fox News Sunday,” Chris Wallace followed both his father, “60 Minutes” correspondent Mike Wallace, and stepfather, CBS News president Bill Leonard, into broadcast journalism.
Discussion: TVNewser
Benjamin Wallace / New York Magazine:
Piers Morgan Isn't Sleeping Well  —  CNN's new Larry King made his name in the scandal-chasing, privacy-invading British tabloid gutter.  He's now ascended to cable-news royalty, though his past is casting a shadow over the coronation.  —  Piers Morgan used to have anxiety dreams about Rupert Murdoch.
Discussion: TVNewser and The Huffington Post
James Robinson / Guardian:
News International donates £2.8m to charity from final edition of News of the World  —  News of the World's final edition - which sold 3.8m - will benefit charities including Barnardo's and Forces Children's Trust  —  News International will donate £2.8m from the sale …
Thomas Wheatley / News & Views …:
CL Inc. sells Tampa, Charlotte papers to SouthComm, CEO Marty Petty resigns  —  Creative Loafing Inc.'s board of directors announced today that the company has sold its Charlotte and Tampa papers to SouthComm Inc., the Nashville-based parent company of that city's Scene and Kansas City Pitch, among other publications.
Discussion: Poynter
Brooks Barnes / Media Decoder:
TV and Film, From Condé Nast  —  LOS ANGELES — Condé Nast is coming to Hollywood.  —  The magazine publisher's biggest titles, especially Vogue and Vanity Fair, have long been hardwired into the movie capital.  But Condé Nast as a company has been notably absent …
Michael Depp / NetNewsCheck:
News Pureplay Spawns Agency, Ad Network  —  Sacramento Press didn't stop at creating its content management system or digital media service, it started its own digital ad agency, the Sacramento Local Online Digital Ad Network, which connects 63 area sites ranging from blogs to the local PBS and NPR sites for coordinated digital ad buys.
Chris Ariens / TVNewser:
Former NBC News Executive Ed Planer Dies  —  Ed Planer, who rose from the ranks of local TV news ultimately heading up NBC News's European operations, has died.  Ed Planer began his career in New Orleans in the 1950s, first as an anchor and later as news director at WDSU.
Discussion: TVSpy
 
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