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8:10 AM ET, November 28, 2011


 Top News: 
David Carr / New York Times:
Reporter on British Phone Hacking Is Entangled in Story  —  Last summer, Amelia Hill, a special investigations correspondent for the British newspaper The Guardian, helped crack open the country's hacking scandal for all to see.  Working with her colleague Nick Davies, she pulled back the veil …
Discussion: VatorNews
Leveson inquiry: Charlotte Church, Anne Diamond, Chris Jefferies - live  —  • Chris Jefferies tells how he was portrayed as a ‘creepy oddball’, a ‘pervert’ and a' peeping Tom'.  —  • He says he was ‘never fully recover’ from the libellous coverage of his arrest.
Robert Booth / Guardian:
Leveson inquiry: blogger summoned over leak  —  Probe after Guido Fawkes posts Alastair Campbell evidence three days before it was due to be heard  —  The Leveson inquiry into the culture, practice and ethics of the press has summoned a political blogger to give evidence after a document purporting …
Discussion: Guy Fawkes' blog
Rachel McAthy /
Assange accuses editors of being ‘corrupted’ by power  —  Julian Assange told the Global Editors Network summit in Hong Kong that most journalists enter the profession to ‘crawl up the ladder of power to become associated with power’  —  Speaking at the Global Editors Network via Skype …
Tim Bradshaw / Financial Times:
WikiLeaks delays launch of new online system  —  WikiLeaks has delayed the release of a new online system to allow whistleblowers to pass secrets to its website, in another blow to Julian Assange's campaign for radical transparency amid a barrage of legal, financial and technical challenges.
Kunal Dutta / The Independent:
Assange's latest leak: his own story of how he fell out with ‘backstabbing’ press  —  The WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has launched a scathing attack on British journalism, labelling it the most “credit-stealing, credit-whoring, backstabbing industry” he has ever encountered.
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Andrew Rashbass: 'The biggest reason we're successful is that we are lucky'  —  Economist's chief executive explains how a mistake transformed his website and why he is relaxed about losing print sales  —  Andrew Rashbass, the chief executive of the Economist group, starts by putting it down to good fortune.
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
Economist Claims Over A Million Monthly Tablet Readers
Discussion: Guardian and Guardian
Om Malik / GigaOM:
My 10 years of blogging: Reflections, Lessons & Some Stats Too  —  Ten years is a long time.  Sometimes it is so long that one forgets a lot more than one remembers — like the fact that it I have been blogging for a decade.  I would have totally forgotten about the amount of time that has passed …
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Tablet journalism is the future - but what are we doing about it?  —  Here are some words of wisdom from John Meehan, former editor of the Hull Daily Mail, in an InPublishing article, Sustaining community journalism in the regions. … Meehan spent 14 years as an editor with Northcliffe Media before departing in July.
Gayathry Venkiteswaran / AJE:
Ending impunity in South Asian media killings  —  Violent crimes against journalists and media workers who expose corruption and injustice are common.  —  Southeast Asia has unfortunately earned a reputation for not being a safe place for journalists.  The threats?  Pick a card.
Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
Bob Schieffer, Ron Paul and journalistic “objectivity”  —  CBS News's Bob Schieffer is the classic American establishment TV journalist: unfailingly deferential to the politically powerful personalities who parade before him, and religiously devoted to what he considers his own “objectivity …
As pressure builds on media, sports shine on  —  (Reuters) - Amid a global economic environment plagued by debt, joblessness and recession fears, an unlikely haven has emerged for investors in the form of media companies that own sports rights.  —  It's been a long time since media companies …
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.
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Associated seeks to overturn anonymity ruling
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