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10:35 AM ET, March 1, 2012


 Top News: 
Larry Solov / Big Journalism:
In Memoriam: Andrew Breitbart (1969-2012)  —  With a terrible feeling of pain and loss we announce the passing of Andrew Breitbart.  —  Andrew passed away unexpectedly from natural causes shortly after midnight this morning in Los Angeles.  —  We have lost a husband, a father, a son …
Dylan Byers / Politico:
Internet publisher Andrew Breitbart dead  —  Andrew Breitbart, the outspoken, conservative Internet entrepreneur behind the Brietbart media network, passed away late last night at the age of 43, according to a report by his website.  —  Joel Pollak, the editor in chief at …
Erik Wemple:
Vanity Fair on Washington Post: Old story, new copy  —  Vanity Fair has completed its long-awaited big-time look at the toils of the Washington Post.  Sorry, readers, no link: Vanity Fair sent the piece on the condition that the URL not be shared.  —  Written by Sarah Ellison, the piece is as much history as current events.
Discussion: The New York Observer
Jim Romenesko:
Vanity Fair profiles Washington Post
Discussion: Poynter
Amy Chozick / Media Decoder:
Investor Group Again Urges Sotheby's to Remove James Murdoch From Board  —  James Murdoch's resignation from News International amid heightened scrutiny over his handling of the unit's newspapers in Britain could hurt his position within companies beyond News Corporation.
Discussion: Guardian and News on News
Dominic Rushe / Guardian:
News Corp shareholders step up bid to oust James Murdoch
Discussion: Telegraph, BBC and Wall Street Journal
Dan Sabbagh / Guardian:
Met arrests 32-year-old Sun reporter  —  Virginia Wheeler has been arrested on suspicion of making corrupt payments to public officials as part of Operation Elveden  —  A 32-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of making corrupt payments to public officials, by detectives from the Metropolitan police's Operation Elveden.
Stephen Galloway / Hollywood Reporter:
Whatever Happened to Ted Turner?  —  The “Mouth of the South” is no longer as he devotes his time (and $1 billion) to the U.N., jets between 28 homes and four girlfriends, misses Jane Fonda and opens up to THR about Rupert, Jerry and his abuse as a child.  Says a friend: “He's definitely changed.”
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
If you think Twitter doesn't break news, you're living in a dream world  —  One of the signs of how much Twitter and other social tools are disrupting media is the strenuous argument about how they aren't doing this at all — including the repeated assertion that “Twitter doesn't break news.”
Tim Kenneally / The Wrap:
James O'Keefe Sues Current Media, Keith Olbermann and David Shuster for Defamation  —  Conservative journalist/activist James O'Keefe has often been accused of skewing the truth with his work.  And now O'Keefe has charged others of doing the same to him.  —  O'Keefe's hit pieces …
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Flipboard's Latest Brings Cover Stories To The iPad, Plus A New French Edition  —  Flipboard is rolling out the first major update to its social magazine tonight since its December launch on the iPhone.  The new release brings the iPhone app's most popular feature, “Cover Stories,” to the iPad's bigger screen.
Discussion: paidContent, Inside Flipboard and CNET
Paul Bradshaw / Online Journalism Blog:
How journalism has changed - Guardian ‘3 pigs’ video says it better than anything  —  There's something almost seminal about this video promoting The Guardian's ‘open journalism’.  I'm not sure whether it's the unusually honest acknowledgement that news is more complicated than it is often presented …
Kevin Lincoln / Business Insider:
A.J. Daulerio Tells Us About The New State Of Gawker  —  With the new year also came a new editor of Gawker, Gawker Media's flagship site.  —  A.J. Daulerio took over Gawker's sports blog Deadspin from Will Leitch and turned it into a major player in terms of both news and audience.
Steven Church / Bloomberg:
Tribune Paid Bankruptcy Advisers $233.3 Million Since Filing in 2008  —  Tribune Co. (TRB), the biggest news media company in bankruptcy, paid lawyers and other advisers $233.3 million since filing for court protection from creditors in December 2008.  —  The two main law firms …
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Lauren Indvik / Mashable!:
BBC World Service Opens Newsroom to Public in Live Broadcast
Josh Stearns / Save the News:
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Husna Haq / Christian Science Monitor:
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Janko Roettgers / GigaOM:
With Starz exiting, Netflix loses access to live TV
Greg Sandoval / CNET:
Spotify: Staggering music releases (like movies) won't work
Discussion: TeleRead and Betabeat
Ryan Chittum / CJR:
Bloomberg's Abelson on How Wall Street Is Coping
Discussion: Bloomberg, Capital New York and Gawker
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
NYT guild members have ‘quiet’ protest outside Page One meeting
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Lucia Moses / Adweek:
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Eleanor Beardsley / NPR:
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Discussion: The Huffington Post
Steve Myers / Poynter:
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