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7:10 AM ET, November 24, 2011


 Top News: 
Leveson inquiry: Sienna Miller's lawyer  —  Live coverage as the Harry Potter author, the Alfie actor and the former F1 boss give evidence on the press and phone hacking  —  11.22am: He claims that the ‘red tops’ and mid market papers don't want the PCC to work.
Joel Gunter /
Police make first computer hacking arrest  —  Arrest of 52-year-old man is first by Operation Tuleta, the Met's investigation into computer hacking by the press  —  Scotland Yard has made 18 arrests so far between its three operations related to the phone-hacking scandal  —  Copyright: Alberto OG on Flickr.
Leveson inquiry: who's appearing on Thursday  —  Author JK Rowling, actor Sienna Miller, lawyer Mark Thomson, former F1 chief Max Mosley and ‘HJK’ to appear at high court  —  ‘HJK’  —  An anonymous member of the public who had a relationship with an unidentified celebrity.
Dylan Welch / Sydney Morning Herald:
Investigation of political favours against News Ltd  —  FEDERAL police are investigating allegations that News Ltd offered a then-serving federal senator a “special relationship” involving favourable coverage if he crossed the floor on a vote of financial interest to the company.
Jay Rosen / ABC News:
News Corp is Bad News  —  In what is perhaps the most important sentence in his Quarterly Essay, Bad News, Robert Manne writes: … He has given us that.  And I am grateful for it.  —  Though I don't live in Australia, and do not have the same stake in its public culture …
Jill Treanor / Guardian:   BSkyB investors urged to oppose James Murdoch's re-election as chairman
Gideon Spanier / London Evening Standard:
James Murdoch quits the boards of Sun and Times
Jim Romenesko:
College editor: Seeing our work go uncredited is ‘frustrating’  —  Jason Alpert, the 20-year-old editor UC Davis's California Aggie, tells me that 30 or more news organizations have contacted the paper for permission to use its protest photos.  “We let them use them as long as they cite California Aggie and the photographer,” he says.
Andrew Price / The Atlantic Online:
The Life of a Photo: The Pepper-Spraying Policeman  —  An interview with Brian Nguyen, the student photojournalist who took the now-famous picture  —  The photograph of Lieutenant Pike, the now-infamous campus police officer, as he casually unloads a can of pepper spray on the bowed heads …
Matt Brian / The Next Web:
Sony rolls out TV-show download service for UK PlaysStation 3 owners  —  In a move to keep up with Microsoft's evolving content offering on its Xbox Live service, Sony has begun offering PlayStation 3 owners the opportunity to download a wide range of TV shows via its PlayStation Network Video Store.
Betsy Rothstein / FishbowlDC:
WaPo's Ezra Should Have De-Kleined  —  From JournoList to activist, it appears that WaPo's liberal blogger Ezra Klein is once again blurring the lines between being a journalist and trying to sway politics.  In what appears to be at a minimum a breach of journalism ethics …
Discussion: Big Journalism
James F. McCarty / Metro:
Reporter accused of being confidential informant in criminal investigation in Lorain County  —  CLEVELAND, Ohio — Two detectives allege that former Plain Dealer reporter Mark Puente served as a confidential informant in a criminal investigation into who wrote dozens of anonymous letters critical …
CNN's Stan Case dies in wreck  —  (CNN) — Stan Case, an anchor for CNN Radio, has died in a car crash in Birmingham, Alabama, a police spokesman said Wednesday.  —  “Stan was a news anchor for CNN Radio and a mainstay of the network since he joined CNN in 1985,” said Jim Walton, president of CNN Worldwide.
Discussion: TVNewser
Associated Press:   Longtime CNN radio anchor Stan Case killed in car crash in Birmingham, Ala.
The Huffington Post:
Ferzat Jarban Dead: Cameraman Is First Reported Journalist Killed In Syria  —  The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) reported that cameraman Ferzat Jarban was the first journalist killed in Syria since the organization started tracking journalists' deaths in 1992.  He was found dead on Sunday.
Colleen Long / Associated Press:
NYPD orders officers not to interfere with press  —  NEW YORK—The New York Police Department's commissioner on Wednesday sent an internal message to officers ordering them not to unreasonably interfere with media access during news coverage and warning those who do will be subject to disciplinary action …
NI under pressure over McCann diaries  —  Madeleine McCann's mother says she felt ‘totally violated’ as father demands investigation into how NoW got hold of diaries  —  News International has come under pressure to explain how it got hold of Kate McCann's private diaries and published …
Discussion: Press Gazette
Joel Gunter /
NI refutes lawyer's claim over ‘hacking lesson’ journalist
Liau Yun Qing / ZDNet:
SPH sues Yahoo for copyright infringement  —  Singapore media organization Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Yahoo for reproducing content from its stable of newspapers.  The Web giant has refuted the charge, however, saying it intends to “vigorously defend” itself.
Ex-NoW reporter Sean Hoare ‘died of natural causes’  —  An inquest into the death of former News of the World showbusiness reporter Sean Hoare has found he died of natural causes.  —  Mr Hoare, 47, who claimed phone hacking was rife at the paper, was found dead at his home in Watford in July.
Chris Hewett / Watford Observer:   Phone hacking whistleblower and former News of the World reporter Sean Hoare died of natural causes, inquest told
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