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1:35 PM ET, November 24, 2011

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JK Rowling tells Leveson inquiry of press intrusion  —  JK Rowling has told an inquiry into media ethics the scale of media intrusion on her private family life.  —  The Harry Potter author said a reporter had once tried to contact her by slipping a note into her five-year-old daughter's schoolbag.
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Dan Sabbagh / Guardian:
Max Mosley: News of the World publisher tried to destroy me  —  Former F1 chief tells Leveson inquiry that after he challenged paper in court, it sent video of alleged orgy to motorsport bosses  —  Max Mosley, the former Formula One boss who was caught up in a News of the World video sex sting …
Discussion: Guardian
Guardian:
Sienna Miller: NoW stories left me paranoid
Discussion: Guardian and Guardian
Shiv Malik / Guardian:
Journalist Mona Eltahawy alleges sexual assault in Egypt detention  —  US-based Egyptian journalist uses Twitter to describe sexual and physical assault she says took place at the interior ministry  —  The US-based Egyptian journalist Mona Eltahawy has been released according …
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Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Plan to Revive Two ABC Soap Operas Collapses  —  To soap opera fans facing the biggest cliffhanger of all — the death of their favorite programs — Jeffrey Kwatinetz and Rich Frank seemed like heroes.  —  In July, two months after ABC canceled “All My Children” and “One Life to Live,” …
Mimi Turner / Hollywood Reporter:
Piers Morgan to Be Called to Leveson Inquiry to Explain Comments on Phone Hacking … LONDON - Lord Justice Leveson said Thursday that CNN anchor Piers Morgan will be called to “explain himself” over comments he made relating to phone hacking in 2007.  —  The Judge said his inquiry into press culture …
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Jill Treanor / Guardian:   BSkyB investors urged to oppose James Murdoch's re-election as chairman
Joel Gunter / Journalism.co.uk:
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.
Discussion: Press Gazette and @dansabbagh
Stuart Kemp / Hollywood Reporter:
British Retailer HMV to Enter On-Demand Movie Market Place … LONDON - British entertainment and technology retail giant HMV is to dip its toe into the increasingly competitive on-demand movie sector here with titles such as Cars 2, Zookeeper, Rio, X-Men: First Class and Bad Teacher.
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Robert Andrews / paidContent:UK:   Interview: FilmFlex CEO To Netflix: Bring It On!
Joel Gunter / Journalism.co.uk:
ABC: Mail Online breaks traffic record with 79m uniques  —  Website of Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday continues to be the UK's most popular online news site, with the Guardian and Telegraph sites in second and third place  —  Daily Mail website Mail Online set a new monthly traffic record in October …
Discussion: Guardian and Press Gazette
Joel Gunter / Journalism.co.uk:
Future reports £19m loss as US print revenues slump  —  Results for the magazine publisher shows profits fell from £5.5m to a loss of £19.3m for the year up to the end of September  —  Future Publishing, which owns around 90 magazines including T3, Classic Rock and Total Film …
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
The future of news and why “digital first” matters  —  Covering the news used to be fairly simple.  Reporters wrote things down and then sent them to editors, who then sent them to the printer to be published in the newspaper.  But things are a lot more complicated now …
Sharon Waxman / The Wrap:
MediaBistro May Want to Buy paidContent — for Cost (Exclusive)  —  Mediabistro is interested in buying paidContent, but not for anywhere close to the $15 million asking price originally reported, TheWrap has learned.  —  In fact, not for money at all.  —  “Over the years we've been interested …
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
EU Court Rules ISPs Can't Be Forced To Filter Out Illegal Content  —  The European Court of Justice this morning ruled that content owners can not strong-arm Internet service providers (ISPs) into filtering out copyright-infringing content.  —  This case has its origin in a dispute between ISP Scarlet …
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.
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Andrew Price / The Atlantic Online:
The Life of a Photo: The Pepper-Spraying Policeman
 
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