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9:00 AM ET, November 29, 2011


 Top News: 
Nick Davies gives evidence  —  • Guardian investigative reporter alleges that News of the World journalists intercepted messages on Milly Dower's phone  —  • He describes private investigator Glenn Mulcaire as a ‘brilliant blagger’ but said he only acted as ‘facilitator’
Discussion: Jon Slattery and Press Gazette
Leveson Inquiry: Journalist talks of culture of bullying  —  Nick Davies said it was difficult to judge the boundaries of public interest  —  The journalist who broke the News of the World hacking story says a “culture of bullying” on Fleet Street meant that he had to keep his sources anonymous.
Discussion: Guy Fawkes' blog
Police tell former Northern Ireland secretary he may have been targeted by investigators employed by News International  —  Police tell former Northern Ireland secretary he may have been targeted by investigators employed by News International  —  The former Northern Ireland secretary Peter Hain …
Discussion: Naked Security and Press Gazette
Guardian:   Leveson inquiry into phone hacking: who's appearing on Tuesday
Joel Gunter /
Fawkes removes Campbell evidence following order  —  Political blogger Paul Staines, who runs the Guido Fawkes blog, has taken down a draft of Alastair Campbell's written evidence to the inquiry following a section 19 order from Lord Leveson  —  Political blogger Paul Staines has removed …
Andy McSmith / The Independent:
Blogger is not likely to reveal source  —  The name Guido Fawkes was not mentioned yesterday during the hearings into media ethics because - to quote the presiding judge, Lord Leveson - “I am concerned to deprive the particular website of that oxygen”.
The Sydney Morning Herald:
BSkyB chairman Murdoch re-elected with 19% opposition  —  James Murdoch failed to get the support of almost one third of the independent shareholders in his re-election as chairman of British Sky Broadcasting Group amid the phone-hacking scandal.  —  Murdoch was re-elected with 81.2 percent …
Press Association:
Murdoch protest outside BSkyB AGM  —  Protesters calling for the resignation of BSkyB chairman James Murdoch gathered outside the company's annual general meeting in London.  Two MPs also arrived at the meeting at the QEII Conference Centre in central London, saying they would ask awkward questions …
Discussion: The Independent and Media Decoder
Mattathias Schwartz / New Yorker:
Pre-Occupied: The origins and future of Occupy Wall Street.  —  Kalle Lasn spends most nights shuffling clippings into a binder of plastic sleeves, each of which represents one page of an issue of Adbusters, a bimonthly magazine that he founded and edits.  It is a tactile process …
Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
Analyst: Pay TV Industry to Lose 200,000 Subscribers in 2012 … NEW YORK - “It's About Cord-Avoiders and Cord-Nevers, Not Cord-Cutters.”  —  That's how Credit Suisse analyst Stefan Anninger summarized continuing weak pay TV subscriber trends in a Monday report that he compiled with several colleagues.
Discussion: Lost Remote
Julie Moos / Poynter:
Cain tells CNN about alleged affair as his lawyer tells TV station he's not talking  —  Atlanta businesswoman Ginger White says she had a 13-year-long affair with GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain, whose standing in the polls dropped after news broke of sexual harassment settlements …
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.
Rachel McAthy /
Google launches data journalism awards with GEN  —  Google announces the new awards programme at #news2011, the first news summit from the Global Editors Network  —  Google will partner with the Global Editors Network to offer a new data journalism contest aimed at both “established news organisations and newcomers”.
Andrew Pugh / Press Gazette:
FT journalists to ballot on industrial action over 2% pay rise  —  Journalists at the Financial Times have voted to ballot for industrial action after rejecting a 2 per cent pay rise.  —  The NUJ chapel is also opposing alleged threats to collective pay negotiation, and claimed the mood among …
Discussion: Guardian and Jon Slattery
The Independent:
Anne Diamond tells Leveson Inquiry of ‘vendetta’  —  Broadcaster Anne Diamond suggested today that Rupert Murdoch's editors waged a vendetta against her after she asked the media mogul how he slept at night knowing his newspapers ruined people's lives.
Discussion: Future of Journalism
The Independent:
Charlotte Church waived fee for ‘good press’
Discussion: Guardian
The Independent:   Ex-intelligence man Ian Hurst's email hacked
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: Poynter and Connecticut Newsroom
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
New Editors Named at 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 …
Kat Stoeffel / The New York Observer:
A.J. Daulerio Was Eyeing Opportunities Outside of Gawker Before Editor Offer
Discussion: Gawker
Jim Romenesko:
Reaction to Patriot-News editorial ‘amazingly passionate’  —  David Newhouse, editor of the Harrisburg, Pa.-based Patriot-News, criticized the New York Times on Wednesday for its Victim One story, which he said was so detailed that, even though the paper doesn't name the boy who was allegedly abused …
Discussion: Erik Wemple
Steve Myers / Poynter:
ESPN, Syracuse newspaper held off publishing Bernie Fine sexual abuse allegations
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Associated Press:
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Discussion: CNN
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