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.
Steffen Konrath / Future of Journalism: WikiLeaks delays launch of new online system
Adrian Chen / Gawker: Julian Assange Is Too Good For Your Crap Internet
Kunal Dutta / The Independent: Assange's latest leak: his own story of how he fell out with ‘backstabbing’ press
John Paul Titlow / ReadWriteWeb: One Year After Cablegate Began, WikiLeaks' Operations Still Handicapped
Joe Coscarelli / New York Magazine: Julian Assange Still Smarting Over Breakup With Media
Rachel McAthy / Journalism.co.uk:
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 …
Discussion: Agence France Presse, Future of Journalism, Poynter, The New York Observer and Journalism.co.uk
Steffen Konrath / Future of Journalism: Julian Assange: has media (in “old democracies") lost momentum?
Kat Stoeffel / The New York Observer: Morning Links: Conde Nast Appoints Two International Executives
Glenn Greenwald / Salon: WikiLeaks wins major journalism award in Australia
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
New Editors Named to Gawker and Deadspin — Gawker Media on Monday named new editors for two of its most prominent sites, the flagship Gawker and the sports and men's lifestyle site Deadspin. — Remy Stern, the editor of Gawker for nearly two years, will be replaced by A.J. Daulerio …
Discussion: The Wrap, JIMROMENESKO.COM, New York Magazine, mediabistro.com and FishbowlNY
Joe Coscarelli / New York Magazine: A.J. Daulerio Replacing Remy Stern at Gawker [Updated]
Kat Stoeffel / The New York Observer:
A.J. Daulerio Was Eyeing Opportunities Outside of Gawker Before Editor Offer — Gawker editor in chief Remy Stern was replaced by Deadspin editor in chief A.J. Daulerio, publisher Nick Denton announced on Twitter today. Mr. Stern, a former Gawker writer and Radar editor …
Jonathan Cooper / Journal Register Company:
New Haven Register Newsroom Reorganization Focuses on In-Depth, Investigative and Digital — Engagement Team Named to Lead Audience-Focused Initiatives — NEW HAVEN, CT - Journal Register Company, a leading local news and information company managed by Digital First Media …
Jim Brady / Digital Man:
Investing in Investigative — For some time now, there's been buzz that going “digital first” and producing quality journalism were mutually exclusive goals. I assume part of that is because companies that have gone “digital first” — and few have done it as all-out as the Journal Register Company …
Discussion: Connecticut Newsroom and Poynter
Mattderienzo / Connecticut Newsroom: Investigative and in-depth reporting bolstered by ‘Digital First’
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.
Discussion: Nieman Journalism Lab, Poynter, Media Decoder, Strange Attractor, Editors Weblog, paidContent:UK and Talking Biz News
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab: The personal(ized) brand: Yet another reason The Economist is trouncing competitors
Jeff Sonderman / Poynter: Economist CEO foresees rapid audience shift from print to tablet
Hannah Vinter / Editors Weblog: Digital Mastery: the rise and rise of The Economist
Robert Andrews / paidContent:UK: Economist Claims Over A Million Monthly Mobile Readers
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News: The secret to digital success at The Economist
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
Economist Claims Over A Million Monthly Tablet Readers — Extracts from Roy Greenslade's interview with Economist Group CEO Andrew Rashbass, who says tablet publishing is more akin to print than web.
Discussion: Journalism.co.uk, PSFK, Guardian and Guardian
Sarah Marshall / Journalism.co.uk: Economist tops 100,000 digital-only subscribers
Roy Greenslade / Guardian: Economist group's profits up by 6%
Charlotte Church waived fee for ‘good press’ — Singer Charlotte Church waived a £100,000 fee to sing at Rupert Murdoch's wedding when she was 13, in exchange for a promise of favourable publicity, she said today.
Steve Myers / Poynter:
ESPN, Syracuse newspaper held off publishing Bernie Fine sexual abuse allegations — Bobby Davis, one of the men who has accused former Syracuse University assistant men's basketball coach Bernie Fine of molestation, brought his allegations to the Syracuse newspaper in September 2002.
Patrick Rishe / Forbes: Athletic Departments Must Seek Collaborative Remedies for Sexual Abuse Within College Athletics
Georgina Prodhan / Reuters:
Financial Times sees content beating print ads — (Reuters) - The Financial Times expects its print advertising revenues to be overtaken by subscription and cover price sales for the first time this year, marking a milestone on its road to escape its dependency on volatile advertising markets.
Tribune Co. bankruptcy case haunting former shareholders — Creditors poised to go after even the smallest investors to claw back billions — On Nov. 8, a two-page letter appeared on Tribune Co.'s bankruptcy court docket, wedged between the usual stream of motions and lawyer fee applications.
Guido Fawkes / Guy Fawkes' blog:
Exclusive: Alastair Campbell Evidence to Leveson Claims Morgan's Mirror Hacked Cherie Blair's Voicemail — Guido has obtained the text of Alastair Campbell's evidence due to be delivered to the Leveson Inquiry this coming Wednesday. It is a wide-ranging tour de force critique of the media …
Discussion: Guardian, Press Association and FleetStreetBlues
Robert Booth / Guardian:
Leveson inquiry: blogger summoned over leak
Leveson inquiry: blogger summoned over leak
Discussion: Editors Weblog, Journalism.co.uk and http://www.Stinkyjournalism …
Katherine Travers / Editors Weblog: Leveson inquiry continues
Samantha Conti / WWD:
Condé Nast International Promotes Executives — LONDON - Condé Nast International has named Nicholas Coleridge president, a new position. — Coleridge, who has been with Condé Nast since 1989 and whose title is managing director of Condé Nast Britain, will take up his new role in January.