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9:30 AM ET, November 15, 2011


 Top News: 
Joel Gunter /
NI: ‘No guarantees’ that hacking stopped after arrests  —  Rhodri Davies QC tells Leveson inquiry that News International can't guarantee phone hacking didn't continue after arrest and imprisonment of Clive Goodman and Glenn Mulcaire  —  Davies also told the inquiry that News International …
Discussion: and Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Leveson inquiry: News International, Telegraph and Mail evidence - live  —  News International is querying the claim that 28 News of the World journalists were involved in phone-hacking.
Amelia Hill / Guardian:
Phone-hacking inquiry deals with gremlins in the system  —  Had hackers hijacked the hacking inquiry?  It certainly helped shake the post-lunch torpor of court 73 of the royal courts of justice when David Sherborne QC leapt from his seat, more startled gazelle than lawyer …
Discussion: Press Gazette
Lucia Moses / Adweek:
NewsBeast Brings in Mark Miller in Shakeup  —  NewsBeast has brought back longtime Newsweek vet Mark Miller to oversee editorial operations, signaling continued upheaval as the magazine-news site combo struggles to win over readers and advertisers.  —  Miller is coming back to a newly created position of editorial operations director.
Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
Publisher and Two Top Editors Are Out at Newsweek/Daily Beast  —  The publisher and managing editor of Newsweek and The Daily Beast are leaving their jobs, two high-level departures that signal distress inside the company as it struggles to turn its fortunes around.
The Hollywood Reporter:
Penn State Scandal: Advertisers Bail on ESPN Broadcast … In the wake of the sexual abuse scandal that led to the recent firing of head coach Joe Paterno after his former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky was charged with 40 counts of sexual abuse of children, at least six advertisers …
James Poniewozik / Time:
NYC Un-Occupies Wall Street, Manages the Media  —  New York City police in riot gear raided and cleared the Occupy Wall Street encampment in Manhattan's Zuccotti Park around 1 a.m. Tuesday.  As it happened—coincidentally or not—this was past press time for local papers.
Matt Burns / TechCrunch:
Netflix Outs Redesigned Android Tablet App, New iPad Version Hitting In A Few Weeks  —  Netflix took to its blog this morning to announce a new look for its Android tablet app.  Gone is the old beige and red scheme (finally).  In its place is an immersive user interface that takes full advantage of cover art.
Cory Bergman / Lost Remote:
10 broadcast TV groups team with ConnecTV for second screen  —  In one of the largest social TV partnerships to date, ten local broadcast groups are announcing a partnership today with ConnecTV to power second-screen experiences in markets covering 76 million households.
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
Huffington Post Tech Wizard Paul Berry Stepping Back at AOL  —  If the Huffington Post was worth the $315 million AOL paid to acquire it, it's in large measure because of the second-to-none technology built into the platform,which is hyper responsive to the needs of editors and the preferences of users.
Discussion: AllThingsD
David Carr / Media Decoder:
Newspapers' Digital Apostle  —  On Monday, we ran a story about John Paton, a long-time newspaper executive who thinks the problems with print media may be solved by printing less.  The conventions of a news story require that a long conversation get boiled down to a few pithy quotes.
Amelia Hill / Guardian:
BBC constrained by need to avoid political bias, admits Lord Patten  —  As Leveson inquiry starts, former Tory chairman says there are areas where corporation needs to be particularly careful  —  The BBC is unable to conduct investigations into some of the most important stories of the day …
Josh Halliday / Guardian:
Mensch seeks ‘full disclosure’ over surveillance
Felix Salmon / Epicenter:
The Future of Online Advertising  —  I gave a talk last Thursday at the AppNexus Summit in front of a few hundred digital advertising types.  The first part of the talk was a macro overview, but when the Q&A session started, all that anybody wanted to talk about was my take on online media.
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Jessica Davies / New Media Age:
Harper Collins to explore selling interactive ad space in factual books  —  Book publisher Harper Collins is making its first foray into interactive online advertising as it prepares to ramp up its digital offering.  —  The publisher will explore interactive and contextual ad formats …
Discussion: TeleRead
Jon Slattery:
Editors say editorial staff down 29% since 2007  —  A new Society of Editors' survey reveals that editorial staff numbers have fallen by 29% since 2007.  —  The survey of editors' attititudes by consultant Jim Chisholm says content generation staffing has fallen by 19% …
Discussion: Guardian and Press Gazette
What About Modesto?  —  The digital-news parade threatens to pass some communities by  —  In Modesto, California, the need for news far exceeds the current supply.  A city of 200,000 with one midsized newspaper, a large Hispanic population, 16 percent unemployment, and the second-highest rate …
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
Thomson Reuters Names ‘Top 100 Global Innovators’ - Now Guess Who's Missing  —  Thomson Reuters this morning announced that it has identified “the world's 100 most innovative organizations today” through a proprietary program.  —  I wouldn't normally give such a list much attention …
Discussion: PR Newswire
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Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
News Corp.: Review in Australia Found No Evidence of Phone Hacking
Discussion: ABC News and Reuters
Jon Thurber / Los Angeles Times:
Los Angeles Times publishes first e-book: ‘A Nightmare Made Real’
Steve Myers / Poynter:
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Discussion: The Wrap and Splice Today
Alex Weprin / TVNewser:
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Liz Gannes / AllThingsD:
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Discussion: Poynter