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1:25 PM ET, June 14, 2012


 Top News: 
Dan Sabbagh / Guardian:
Leveson inquiry: David Cameron struggles over Brooks and Coulson  —  PM has trouble recalling how often he met News International chief, and questioned communications head over phone hacking  —  David Cameron has come under intense pressure at the Leveson inquiry as he struggled to handle questions …
Discussion: @skynewsbreak, AdAge and The Daily Dish
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Police advised not to pursue prosecution of Guardian journalist  —  The Crown Prosecution Service has advised Scotland Yard that it is not in the public interest to pursue a prosecution against the Guardian journalist David Leigh for hacking a voicemail as part of an investigation into corrupt arms deals.
Jonathan Freedland / Guardian:
That Rebekah Brooks text message to David Cameron-decoded
Discussion: and Telegraph
Gordon Rayner / Telegraph:   City of London Police Superintendent over ‘unauthorised information’ given to journalist
Telegraph:   Phone Hacking: Sun reporter and prison officer among trio arrested in illegal payments inquiry
David Cameron admits close friendships with journalists
Discussion: Press Gazette and Digital Spy
Jim Amoss / New Orleans Times-Picayune:
The message for our organization is clear: adapt, or fade away  —  In the early morning hours of Aug. 29, 2005, as Hurricane Katrina churned toward the coast of Louisiana and the winds began to pick up in New Orleans, the power went out at The Times-Picayune.  The presses stopped, as did the white noise of air conditioning.
Discussion: Poynter and Online NewsHour
Adrienne LaFrance / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Lessons from the Motor City: What New Orleans might expect when the printing presses slow  —  DETROIT — It was exactly the kind of story you want a newspaper for: In 2008, Detroit Free Press reporters uncovered a trove of incriminating text messages that ultimately led to the resignation …
Discussion: Gannett Blog and Jack Lessenberry
Ryan Chittum / CJR:
New Orleans meets the Hamster Wheel  —  The gutting of New Orleans beloved Times-Picayune and Advance Publications' plan to turn it into a sort of major market looks set to bring journalism built on “motion for motion's sake... volume without thought” to a city built on doing the opposite.
Discussion: Poynter and GigaOM
Kevin Allman / The Gambit:
NOLA Media Group trumpets journalism award for prison series one day after firing majority of people who worked on it
Katherine Fung / The Huffington Post:
Reporters Kicked Out Of Mitt Romney Event  —  Reporters were kicked out of Mitt Romney's talk at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday night.  The candidate was there to speak to executives at the Business Roundtable quarterly meeting.  The Boston Globe's Marty Baron tweeted Thursday …
Dylan Byers / Politico:
Dept. of factually accurate but nevertheless misleading tweets … The above tweet — a reference to Mitt Romney's Business Roundtable with CEOs and other business leaders at the Newseum in Washington — has been retweeted at least 50 times, and by some rather influential tweeters …
Discussion: Guardian
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Apple, Time Inc. Solve Their Subscription Squabble  —  Apple and Time Inc. have settled their differences: The giant publisher is now selling subscriptions to its iPad magazines directly from the apps themselves.  —  If that seems like non-news, consider that it took the two companies two years to figure this out.
Jeff Bercovici / Forbes:
AOL Doubles Down On Content After Surviving Activist Challenge  —  Tim Armstrong is a happy man today.  The AOL CEO just got an important vote of confidence from investors, surviving a challenge from activist hedge fund Starboard Value at the company's annual shareholders' meeting.
Discussion: Adweek
Jeff Sonderman / Poynter:
Barrett Tryon placed on leave in social media policy dispute  —  The Colorado Gazette reporter was told to remove a link on his Facebook wall to a news article about the parent company's sale.  He refused, saying it was relevant news, factual and did not express a personal opinion.
Jeff Sonderman / Poynter:
Why your news organization's social media policy may be illegal  —  If Barrett Tryon does get fired today by Freedom Communications, as he expects, he may find the National Labor Relations Board has his back.  —  Tryon, a multimedia journalist at the Colorado Springs Gazette …
Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
Is The Drudge Report gunning for Google?  —  Conservative media icon Matt Drudge has long had a regular cast of villains — from global warming to the Obama administration — that appear on his website.  In the last year, Google appears to have joined the ranks of these in-house bugbears.
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Amazon Publishing makes some e-books available to other retailers  —  Amazon is selling at least two Amazon Publishing e-books in other digital bookstores, Publishers Lunch discovered (paywall) last night.  Until now, it has sold its e-books exclusively through the Kindle Store.
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Would you buy a .boston domain from The Boston Globe?  —  The Boston Globe wants to open up a new line of business: selling domain names.  —  The Globe is among a number of organizations that are vying for a new series of web suffixes like .yoga, .android, .hockey and .kindle.
Ben Sisario / Media Decoder:
Digital Notes: Plans for a New .Music Suffix, but Who Will Own It?
Discussion: MediaNama, Betabeat and New York Times
Kevin Morris / Daily Dot:
Reddit bans “The Atlantic,” “Businessweek,” others in major anti-spam move  —  Reddit just dropped the banhammer.  —  As of today, more than a half-dozen prominent websites have been banned from the massively popular link-sharing site, including digital publishing heavyweights The Atlantic and PhysOrg.
Jessica Roy / Betabeat:
Reddit: Ban on Businessweek and The Atlantic Is Temporary
Discussion: Forbes and The FJP
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