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4:15 PM ET, November 10, 2011


 Top News: 
Julie Moos / Poynter:
Questions over Romenesko's attributions spur changes in writing, editing  — works hard to meet the highest standards of journalism excellence, and I learned late Wednesday that we have not consistently met those standards.  —  A centerpiece of our editorial work has been the Romenesko blog …
Choire Sicha / The Awl:
The Intolerable Evolution of Poynter's “Romenesko+”  —  The “Romenesko” blog (launched in 1999!) was a one-man shop, under the corporate parentage of the Poynter Institute, until fairly recently.  It was quite successfully run by its founder, Jim Romenesko, though you could tell every once …
@huffpostmedia:   Based on everything we've seen, most seem to feel there's no real issue with @Romenesko. Everyone's piling on the love, not the fury.
Joel Gunter /
Crone hits back at Murdoch over ‘disingenuous’ evidence  —  Former News of the World legal manager Tom Crone has called James Murdoch's select committee evidence ‘disingenuous’ and insisted he did know about implications of ‘for Neville’ email  —  Former News of the World legal manager Tom Crone …
Sky News:
James Murdoch: I Wasn't Shown Key Email  —  James Murdoch has accused former News International staff of misleading MPs as he insisted he was not warned in 2008 about the extent of phone hacking at the News Of The World.
Joel Gunter /
James Murdoch refuses to rule out closing the Sun  —  Appearing before MPs today, the News International chairman did not rule out closing the publisher's flagship tabloid if allegations of phone hacking at the title are proven  —  James Murdoch's comment follows the arrest of a senior reporter at the Sun …
Joe Flint / LA Times:
James Murdoch says no evidence of 9/11 phone hacking  —  News Corp. Deputy Chief Operating Officer James Murdoch told Parliament that he was unaware that any victims of the Sept. 11 terrorism attacks in the United States had their voice mail accounts hacked by operatives for its now-closed British tabloid News of the World.
Discussion: Guardian, Adweek and Company Town
The Telegraph:   Tom Watson reveals new phone hacking evidence
Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
Viacom, Nielsen Investigating ‘Inexplicable’ Nickelodeon Ratings Drop … NEW YORK - Viacom is investigating, together with TV ratings firm Nielsen, a sudden mid-September ratings drop at kids network Nickelodeon, CEO Philippe Dauman told analysts Thursday.  —  On his company's quarterly earnings call …
Amy Chozick / Media Decoder:
Viacom Reports 33 Percent Gain in Profit  —  A robust television advertising market, climbing cable fees and box office sales from “Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon” helped bolster Viacom's profit 33 percent in the quarter that ended in September.  —  The company, which owns MTV Networks …
ESPN Poynter Review Project:
ESPN stumbles with Penn State coverage  —  ESPN was slow this week to grasp the full implications of the recent criminal indictments at Penn State University.  —  On Saturday, news broke that a grand jury had charged former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky with 40 criminal counts …
Eduardo J. Morales / Abandoned Couches:   The secretive culture at Penn State is nothing new
Andrea Morabito / Broadcasting & Cable:
NBC Sports Taps Ross Greenburg to Produce Docs  —  Former HBO Sports president's first project to debut Jan. 2  —  Former HBO Sports president Ross Greenburg has been hired by NBC Sports Group to produce sports documentaries for the new NBC Sports Network (formerly Versus), Golf Channel and NBC.
Discussion: Multichannel and
Bruce Weber / New York Times:
Hal Bruno, Director of Election Coverage at ABC, Dies at 83  —  Hal Bruno, who helped shape political coverage at ABC News for nearly two decades and was a frequent analyst on its radio and television broadcasts, died on Tuesday, Election Day, in Bethesda, Md. He was 83.
Los Angeles Times:
Michael Jackson's estate demands MSNBC ax Conrad Murray documentary  —  Executors for the estate of Michael Jackson demanded Wednesday that MSNBC drop its plan to air a “reprehensible” documentary that promises a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the singer's relationship with Dr. Conrad Murray …
The Independent:
Met offers NOTW journalist a lifeline: turn supergrass against paper and you'll go free  —  The former chief reporter of the News of the World has been approached by Scotland Yard to give potentially vital evidence in the phone hacking scandal against his former employer.
BBC:   Police have 300 million News International emails
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Self-Published British Author Sues For Libel Over Bad Amazon Review  —  In his self-published book The Attempted Murder of God: Hidden Science You Really Need to Know, British entrepreneur Chris McGrath set out to prove the existence of God and advance creationist theory.
Discussion: The New York Observer
Jennifer Saba / Reuters:
Exclusive: NYT expands tech blog  —  The New York Times is expanding its technology blog Bits to include more reporting and analysis about the enterprise portion of the tech sector.  The expanded coverage will encompass a broader range of subjects like “big data,” “cloud computing” and security issues.
Discussion: Betabeat and Bits
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