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6:10 PM ET, November 26, 2011

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Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Associated seeks to overturn anonymity ruling  —  Associated Newspapers argues decision to allow anonymous witnesses ‘contravenes the principles of natural justice’  —  Associated Newspapers is seeking a judicial review of Lord Justice Leveson's decision to allow witnesses including journalists …
Discussion: Future of Journalism
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John Plunkett / Guardian:
Evans: police and parliament too slow to act on hacking  —  Former Sunday Times editor says the truth should have been dragged ‘screaming into the open’ when first case was reported  —  Former Sunday Times editor Sir Harold Evans has criticised the UK's parliament and police for not doing more to investigate the phone-hacking scandal.
Robert D. McFadden / New York Times:
Tom Wicker, Times Journalist, Dies at 85  —  Tom Wicker, one of postwar America's most distinguished journalists, who wrote 20 books, covered the assassination of President John F. Kennedy for The New York Times and became the paper's Washington bureau chief and an iconoclastic political columnist …
Kat Stoeffel / The New York Observer:
NYPD or City Hall: Who's Responsible for Reporter's Rights?  —  Since the surprise raid on Occupy Wall Street's encampment in Zuccotti Park last Tuesday, Mayor Bloomberg's office has been in full spin mode.  First defending the actions of the New York Police Department …
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Timothy Karr / The Huffington Post:   Mayor Bloomberg's First Amendment Problem
Lynne Marek / Chicago Business:
Chicago Tribune doubling, tripling subscription rates  —  (Crain's) — Chicago Tribune is doubling and tripling weekday delivery rates for some readers when their subscriptions come up for renewal.  —  The newspaper, a unit of Chicago-based Tribune Co., has sent some subscribers letters notifying …
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Caitlin Johnston / American Journalism Review:
Will Dailies Stay Daily?  —  Caitlin Johnston (cljohnst@gmail.com) is a graduate student at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland.  —  Mark Medici, then-vice president of audience for the Dallas Morning News, triggered a brief media frenzy in October …
Discussion: Garcia Media
Harriet Sherwood / Guardian:
Egypt protests: plea to keep women reporters out of Cairo withdrawn  —  Reporters Sans Frontieres had called on media not to send female journalists to cover crisis following two sexual assaults  —  An organisation campaigning for press freedom and the safety of journalists has been forced …
David French / Reuters:
Al Jazeera eyeing 2012 IPO: Bourse exec  —  (Reuters) - Al Jazeera, the high-profile Middle Eastern broadcaster, could launch an initial public offering as early as next year as the Qatar government looks to offload stakes in state-owned entities, a senior executive at the country's bourse said.
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
News of the World readers ‘vanish’ as they stop reading newspapers  —  The latest newspaper readership figures suggest that a huge number of people have stopped reading a Sunday newspaper altogether since the closure of the News of the World.  —  The statistics released today …
Discussion: Financial Times, TeleRead and MediaTel
John Plunkett / Guardian:
BBC set for U-turn over local radio cuts after outcry from listeners and MPs  —  Plans to shave £15m from budget generated more complaints than any other aspect of Delivering Quality First initiative  —  The BBC is expected to scale back its proposed cuts to local radio stations across England …
Deadline.com:
Media Help Set Free Arrested U.S.-Egyptian Filmmaker Jehane Noujaim In Cairo  —  Award-winning Egyptian American documentary filmmaker Jehane Noujaim best known for her films Control Room, Mokattam, Startup.com, was arrested and later released after participating in one of Cairo's protest uprisings, according to news reports.
Emily Langer / Washington Post:
Christopher Ma, Washington Post Co. senior vice president, dies at 61  —  Christopher Ma, a veteran journalist and innovative new-media pioneer who was senior vice president for development of The Washington Post Co., died Nov. 23 at a hospital in New York City.  He was 61.
 
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