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5:25 PM ET, December 10, 2011


 Top News: 
Steve Myers / Poynter:
Columbus Dispatch editorial cartoonist resigns after plagiarism accusations  —  Jeff Stahler resigned from the Columbus Dispatch Friday, Editor Ben Marrison tells me via email.  “That is all we will have to say on this unfortunate matter,” he wrote.  —  The Dispatch suspended Jeff Stahler …
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Weeks after New York police first came under fire for alleged “abuses” of First Amendment freedoms during the apex of the Occupy Wall Street protests here in mid-November, the NYPD's handling of the press remains a topic of scrutinty.  —  On Tuesday, congressman Jerrold Nadler called …
Hunter Walker / PolitickerNY:
Mayor Bloomberg Says Police Didn't Prevent Reporters From Covering Occupy Wall Street  —  On John Gambling's radio show this morning, Mayor Bloomberg once again addressed the controversy over press access at the NYPD's raid on the Occupy Wall Street encampment in Zuccotti Park last month.
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Google doesn't seem to get how media works now  —  Google launched a news-reading app called Currents on Thursday, something it has been working on for some time — ever since it was a much-rumored skunkworks project called Propeller — and much of the coverage of the new app has called …
Steve Myers / Poynter:
Romney campaign kicks Jose Antonio Vargas out of event for being an activist  —  Jose Antonio Vargas is wearing two hats these days, advocating for immigration reform while writing about it, but that didn't work at a Mitt Romney campaign event Friday.  He was kicked out after he showed …
Discussion: New York Magazine
Dylan Byers / Ben Smith's Blog:
Romney spox: Undoc ‘Activist’ Vargas lacked press docs
Cotton Delo / AdAge:
Twitter Joins Facebook, Google, Launches ‘Brand Pages’ for Marketers  —  Brands Get a Home on Twitter With More Functionality  —  Twitter is looking to strengthen its relationship with advertisers by launching brand pages that will be unveiled today as part of a more comprehensive redesign.
Alessandra Stanley / New York Times:
The Republican Primary Campaign in Iowa Is Right at Home on Fox News  —  There's a reason Fox News is beginning to look like a meet-the-candidate pancake breakfast in Council Bluffs, Iowa.  —  “You don't win Iowa in Iowa, you win it on this couch,” is how the Republican commentator Dick Morris put it on “Fox & Friends” on Wednesday.
Discussion: The Caucus and Chickaboomer
Tanzina Vega / New York Times:
Marketers, and Media Companies, Set Their Sights on Latin Women  —  WITH the Census Bureau counting nearly 25 million Latin women in the United States, marketers and media companies have started getting excited about the potential to reach them.  —  Among the most recent initiatives is a new publication …
Discussion: Media Decoder
Andrew Phelps / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Condé Nast: magazine publisher, app inventor  —  (A Santa clause: Spoilers lie ahead.)  —  Last week Condé Nast debuted a free web app called Santa's Hideout, a registry for children's Christmas gifts.  Kids browse a virtual toy store and build a wish list …
Julie Moos / Poynter:
iTunes features best news apps of 2011  —  Even iTunes is doing a year-end list; its staff pick the best and top selling apps of 2011, including news apps.  The New York Times made the list of top iPhone and iPad news apps.  The Daily was one of the top Newsstand apps and also the third top-grossing app of the year.
Elizabeth Flock / Washington Post:
Nick Kristof tear gassed, detained in Bahrain (tweets)  —  New York Times columnist Nick Kristof, who is in Bahrain to cover the ongoing protests in the country's 10-month-old uprising, tweeted Friday that he was tear-gassed and then taken into a police car in the eastern island of Sitra before being released by a senior officer.
Enigmax / TorrentFreak:
RIAA Label Artists & A-List Stars Endorse Megaupload In New Song  —  By now readers will be all too familiar with the rhetoric of the mainstream music and movie industries.  So-called foreign “rogue sites” steal American content, steal American money, cost American jobs and damage the economy, the lobbyists insist.
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