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9:45 AM ET, November 18, 2011


 Top News: 
Robert Mackey / The Lede:
Drone Journalism Arrives  —  Now that cellphone cameras have turned every protester with a Twitter account or a YouTube channel into a potential multimedia journalist, police officers in several American cities appear to be having trouble distinguishing between activists and reporters.
Megan McCarthy / The New York Observer:
Bloomberg Spokesperson Admits Arresting Credentialed Reporters, Reading The Awl  —  Stu Loeser, Mayor Bloomberg's spokesperson, just sent out a note regarding an Awl report listing the names of reporters arrested during the Occupy Wall Street protests.  In the email, reprinted below …
Discussion: The New York Observer, Pixiq and GigaOM
Jack Mirkinson / The Huffington Post:
Journalists Beaten, Arrested During Occupy Wall Street Protests
Choire Sicha / The Awl:
26 Arrested Reporters and What They Do  —  Put together …
Richard Huff / NY Daily News:   Covering Occupy Wall Street movement day proves to be a risky challenge for local TV
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Protesters Shutting Down the Subway? Depends on What You Watch
Juli Weiner / Vanity Fair:   An Oral History of a Vanity Fair Photographer's Arrest at Occupy Wall Street
Jeff Bercovici / Forbes:
TechCrunch CEO Reported Out After Clashing with HuffPost-ers  —  The resignations keep coming at AOL.  The latest to give notice, according to Business Insider, is TechCrunch CEO Heather Harde.  Harde, a former News Corp. executive who joined TechCrunch five years ago …
Discussion: Business Insider
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
11% Of Magazine Exposures Are Digital-Only, Survey Shows  —  Eleven percent of U.S. adults' exposures to magazines are exclusively via digital platforms, new data from GfK MRI says.  But with newsstands available on more devices, that number should increase.
Dan Hirschhorn / AdAge:
Fox News Eyes Bigger Ad Haul in This Election Season  —  Sprawling GOP Primary, Better Ratings and Super PACs  —  Rick Perry's $1 million buy on Fox News may have just been the beginning.  —  Political ad buyers have often viewed Fox News as the best place on cable to reach Republican primary voters …
Meg James / Company Town:
CBS' Moonves: Political rancor boosts broadcast TV business  —  CBS Corp. Chief Executive Leslie Moonves, a seasoned media politician, has long insisted that the broadcast TV business was far from dead.  When others — including Wall Street and some rivals — were ready to stick a fork in it …
Great Speculations / Forbes:
Rehabilitated Netflix Could Rebound To $142 Stock Price  —  In the past couple of weeks, Netflix has made some advancements in signing of content deals and expanding its reach on mobile devices.  Netflix is going through a tough phase and taking it one step at a time “despite the foot with the bullet hole …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Has Netflix Put Its Checkbook Away?
Joel Gunter /
‘Wherever there was news, we went’: Libya's ‘A-Team’ fixers on getting the story out  —  When fighting broke out in Benghazi, Libyan construction workers Suliman Ali Zway and Osama Alfitory began working with international journalists.  Their work was recognised last night when they won the Martin Adler Prize
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Patch traffic rides high on local elections and hurricanes, but can a drive-by audience be enough?  —  Events are a cornerstone of journalism, whether planned or unexpected.  Whether it's a World Series run or a flood, the result is often a traffic bump for news sites.
Matt Kinsman / Folio:
Glamour Gets 50,000 “Likes” From Social Media Campaign  —  Interactive mobile tactics drove social engagement for content and advertisers.  —  Conde Nast's Glamour magazine rolled the dice when implementing the new Social SnapTag technology in a recent mobile advertising campaign this past September …
Discussion: NetNewsCheck Latest
Dana Rubinstein / Capital New York:
War Room: After police flood the Occupy Wall Street protest, the Bloomberg administration floods the media  —  Yesterday afternoon, reporters were summoned to the Blue Room at City Hall, where they gathered in a semi-circle around two deputy mayors and lobbed questions at them.
Steve Myers / Poynter:
Media treat presidential campaigns like a game show  —  Presidential candidate debates, writes Stuart Rothenberg, “have become a form of reality TV, with moderators and political reporters looking for intriguing storylines to attract more viewers and to force more confrontation among the candidates.”
Discussion: Roll Call
New York Times:
Reuters Will No Longer Let Reporter Who Worked for Saleh Cover Yemen  —  The Reuters news agency on Thursday stood by its Yemen correspondent amid outrage from opposition activists over his employment by the government as a personal translator to President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Discussion: Gawker
Reuters concluded not “appropriate” to have stringer working as gov't employee at same time.
Discussion: Erik Wemple
Tiffany Hsu / LA Times:
San Diego Union-Tribune sold to hotel magnate Doug Manchester  —  The San Diego Union-Tribune is being sold to MLIM, owned by local hotel magnate Doug Manchester, said current owner Platinum Equity.  —  Terms of the deal weren't disclosed by Los Angeles-based Platinum …
Matt Potter / San Diego Reader:
Manchester Purchase of Union-Tribune Raises Questions of Timing
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Ian Burrell / The Independent:
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