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2:10 PM ET, December 9, 2011

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Mark Sweney / Guardian:
BBC review clears journalists of hacking  —  Internal BBC review finds no evidence of hacking or bribery, but director general to recommend beefing up journalists' guidelines  —  A wide-ranging BBC review launched in the wake of the News of the World phone-hacking scandal has concluded …
Discussion: Press Gazette
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Daniel O'Carroll / IrishCentral:
Trinity College Dublin bans the Daily Mail newspaper after faking student death story  —  See more: Irish media An Irish university has moved to ban a prominent tabloid from its campus after it deliberately published a story falsely claiming that a search subject had been found dead.
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Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Daily Mail censured for fictional story about Amanda Knox verdict  —  The Press Complaints Commission has upheld a complaint against the Daily Mail for publishing the incorrect verdict in the Amanda Knox case  —  The Mail's website reported that Knox has lost her appeal against her conviction …
Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter:
Collegiate Times publishes special edition after Virginia Tech campus shooting  —  When Collegiate Times editor-in-chief Zach Crizer first heard about Thursday's Virginia Tech shooting via a university alert, he ran to the scene with news editor Michelle Sutherland.
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Steve Myers / Poynter:
Collegiate Times shifts publishing to Twitter, Facebook for shooting coverage
Jeff Sonderman / Poynter:
CNN's Zite launches iPhone app for personalized news, and tests a business model  —  Personalized news aggregator Zite, acquired by CNN in September, is going strong.  Today it launches its first iPhone app, and earlier this week it began testing an innovative business model.
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Tom Krazit / paidContent:
Zite Joins Flipboard, Google On The iPhone In Crowded Week For News Apps
Alicia Shepard / Poynter:
CPI reduces staff to compensate for $2 million budget hole  —  The Center for Public Integrity laid off staff today to try to compensate for a $2 million budget shortfall.  —  Ten positions were eliminated, and five people lost their jobs with the Washington-based nonprofit journalism organization.
Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY:
Pulitzer-Winner Don Van Natta Jr. Leaves The New York Times for ESPN  —  Don Van Natta Jr., a Pulitzer-prize winning New York Times veteran of 16 years, is leaving the paper to become a Senior Writer at ESPN.  During his time at the Times, he was a member of two Pulitzer-winning teams.
Discussion: ESPN MediaZone, FishbowlDC and UnBeige
Jason Del Rey / AdAge:
AOL's Patch Gets a Little Less Hyper-Local  —  Consolidates Sites in New Jersey, California  —  At one time, AOL had hoped to reach 1,000 Patch sites by the end of 2011.  But now comes word that Patch is slightly scaling back its efforts in some markets, fueling speculation inside …
Discussion: Business Insider, Thanks:delrey
Stefanie Botelho / Folio:
Vogue Launches Content Archive for $1,575 Annual Subscription  —  Includes 120 years of articles, advertisements and photography.  —  For readers who can't get enough Vogue through its website, digital and print issues, Conde Nast announces a searchable database chronicling the magazine's 120-year, 4,800 issue history.
Ben Sisario / Media Decoder:
YouTube Buys Company That Processes Music Royalties  —  In an effort to streamline its often complex relations with music publishers, YouTube has acquired RightsFlow, an upstart company in New York that processes royalties for the music industry.  —  YouTube, which is owned by Google …
David Carr / Media Decoder:
Former Bon Appétit Editor to Run Digital Food Magazine  —  Barbara Fairchild, who stepped down last year as editor of Bon Appétit, was named editor in chief of Real Eats, a weekly digital magazine about food.  —  Ms. Fairchild worked for 32 years at Bon Appétit, which is owned by Condé Nast.
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Steven Church / Bloomberg:
Dodgers Win Bankruptcy Court's Approval to Try to Sell TV Rights Early  —  The Los Angeles Dodgers won a bankruptcy judge's permission try to sell future television rights to the team's baseball games months earlier than their current contract with Fox Sports allows.
Discussion: Bloomberg, ESPN and Deadline.com
Stephen Shankland / CNET News:
Spotify Radio conducts music with Pandora-like app  —  Spotify co-founder and CEO Daniel Ek speaks at LeWeb.  —  PARIS—Music-streaming service Spotify has followed in the footsteps of rival Pandora with radio stations, a way to let people listen to songs the service selects.
 
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