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10:05 AM ET, December 13, 2011


 Top News: 
The Huffington Post:
Dowler Family Insist Police Told Them NotW Journalists Deleted Milly's Voicemails  —  The family of Milly Dowler have insisted the police told them News of the World journalists deleted voicemails on their murdered daughters' phone.  On Monday the Metropolitan Police said Milly's voice messages may have been …
Guardian:   Leveson inquiry: Tom Crone, Julian Pike, Lawrence Abramson - live
Nick Davies / Guardian:
What the police now know about Milly Dowler hacking
David Leigh / Guardian:
New inquiry into Milly Dowler hacking launched
Discussion: FleetStreetBlues and Press Gazette
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
BBC World News to Be Available Through Comcast  —  The BBC will announce on Tuesday a first-of-its-kind deal for Comcast to carry the BBC World News channel, opening the door to wider distribution for the channel within the United States.  —  The carriage agreements come nearly a year …
Discussion: TVNewser
Josh Halliday / Guardian:
NoW's Ian Edmondson asked Glenn Mulcaire to hack phones, court is told  —  Mulcaire's lawyer says private detective was instructed by News of the World's news editor to intercept voicemail messages  —  Glenn Mulcaire told the chief lawyer at the News of the World in 2007 that he was instructed …
The Daily Record:
Glenn Mulcaire's breach of contract case against News International begins  —  PRIVATE investigator Glenn Mulcaire's arrangement with News Group Newspapers to pay his legal fees was not unusual, a judge heard today.  —  Mulcaire, who was jailed for six months in 2007 for intercepting messages …
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
In video, confrontation between a ‘Times’ photographer and the NYPD at Occupy Wall Street protest downtown  —  It still seems like not all New York Police Department officers got that memo from their boss a few weeks ago warning them not to interfere with members of the media during police actions …
Dennis Romero / LA Weekly:
Occupy LA: LAPD Investigates Caught-on-Video Arrest of Journalist Calvin Milam  —  ​Updated at the bottom: The LAPD has opened an investigation into this case, but a commander disputes Mark Geragos' take on what happened to his client that night.  —  The arrest of a journalist …
Discussion: LA Observed
Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
Wikipedia Mulls Total Blackout to Oppose SOPA  —  Later this week, the Senate's House Judiciary Committee will vote on the “Stop Online Piracy Act” (SOPA).  —  Supporters of the bill say it's needed to safeguard the interests of rightsholders who claim their businesses are threatened by online piracy.
Janko Roettgers / GigaOM:
Universal: Artists didn't consent to Megaupload video  —  The brouhaha around Megaupload's viral music video continues this week, with Universal Music (UMG) now claiming that several of its artists didn't consent to being used in the video.  Megaupload is disputing these claims in a lawsuit it filed in federal court today.
Discussion: Rolling Stone and Plagiarism Today
Adam Klasfeld / Courthouse News Service:
Gawker Brought Into New Yorker Fracas  —  MANHATTAN (CN) - A Canadian art authenticator has cast a wider net in his defamation lawsuit against The New Yorker, hoping to ream Gawker and about a half-dozen other media outlets and websites that publicized the magazine's original coverage.
Discussion: paidContent
Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine:
Ailes on Ailes: Fox News Chief Is Writing an Autobiography  —  Roger Ailes.  —  Several GOP candidates have treated this primary season as a book tour, just as much as a presidential campaign.  Newt Gingrich, Herman Cain, Michele Bachmann, and Sarah Palin have all hustled around the country selling books …
Alex Weprin / TVNewser:
Is Roger Ailes Penning an Autobiography? Fox News Responds
Daniel Miller / Hollywood Reporter:
L.A. Shooting: Hollywood Reporter Editor Shot, Recalls Incident … photo editor Chris Godley was shot by a gunman in Hollywood on Friday morning, but was only grazed by a bullet and not seriously injured in an incident that was captured on video by witnesses and widely circulated on the Internet.
Discussion: LAist, L.A. NOW and LA Observed
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Mark Cuban Wants To Get You Laid, Invests In Men's Advice Site Brotips  —  Being a man in the modern world is no easy task.  Should I friend her on Facebook?  When is it alright to ignore a text message?  Men's advice site Brotips can help, and Mark Cuban wants to make sure you've heard of it.
Chris Velazco / TechCrunch:
Request Denied: Verizon Must Pay Royalties To ActiveVideo Without Delay  —  Verizon really can't catch a break in this ActiveVideo case.  After a jury determined that they had infringed upon a handful of ActiveVideo's patents, Verizon fought to have the court stay their monthly royalty payments.
Discussion: PR Newswire and Multichannel News
Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
Hulu Latino Content Goes Live … NEW YORK - Hulu on Tuesday launched its previously announced Hulu Latino service, which it says offers “the most robust and complete Spanish-language content library available through an online video service in the U.S.  —  The online video joint venture of News Corp. …
Discussion: Hulu Blog
Douglas Martin / New York Times:
Oscar Griffin Jr., 78, Pulitzer Prize Winner Who Brought Down Scheming Texas Tycoon, Dies  —  Judge Roy Bean, the 19th-century Texas justice of the peace and saloonkeeper, called himself “the law west of the Pecos.”  Not until the 1960s was Judge Bean's legend challenged — by Billy Sol Estes.
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Newt Gingrich Spokesman Outs Candidate As Anonymous Source  —  The New Hampshire Union Leader recently quoted “a senior aide in the [Newt] Gingrich campaign” pushing hard, and at length, against criticism from former Governor John H. Sununu, an outspoken surrogate for Mitt Romney's campaign.
Dylan Byers / Politico:
On ‘Gingrich aide,’ a heated no comment from McQuaid
Discussion: New York Times
Allegra Stratton / Guardian:
NI pays Tessa Jowell £200,000  —  Ex-Labour cabinet minister gets settlement after police said her phone had been hacked by News of the World  —  The former Labour cabinet minister Tessa Jowell has accepted a £200,000 settlement from Rupert Murdoch's News International over the hacking of her phone.
Discussion: Press Gazette and Telegraph
Met police chief's rediscovered diaries reveal meals with NoW executives
Discussion: Guardian
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