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1:15 PM ET, August 23, 2012


 Top News: 
Patrick Gavin / Politico:
Ex-NPR Hill reporter: Lied to daily  —  After 14 years at National Public Radio, Andrea Seabrook left in July and, to hear her talk about her experience covering Capitol Hill, it's clear that she had one takeaway: It's damn frustrating.  “I realized that there is a part of covering Congress …
Discussion: The FJP and @jayrosen_nyu
Dan Sabbagh / Guardian:
Harriet Harman calls for cross-party action to limit Murdochs' power in UK  —  Labour's deputy leader has called on politicians of all political parties to work together to legislate for the breakup of the Murdoch family's media empire in the UK on the eve of a keynote speech …
Katherine Rushton / The Daily Telegraph:
The reign of Elisabeth, a different kind of Murdoch?
Discussion: Reuters
NYT Bits:
Despite #NBCFail, NBC and Twitter Say Partnership Was Success  —  If you followed the griping by Twitter users about NBC's handling of the Olympic Games, you might think the NBC-Twitter Olympics partnership was an epic disaster.  NBC's decision to time-delay most events prompted angry kvetching …
Discussion: CNET
Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter:
ABC News still waiting to hear from Tony Scott's family before addressing brain cancer report  —  ABC News still hasn't confirmed whether Tony Scott had inoperable brain cancer, despite reporting that he did and then acknowledging doubts about the accuracy of its initial single-sourced report.
David Meyer / GigaOM:
Google lashes out at German copyright ‘threat’  —  Google has launched a broadside against a proposed law in Germany that would see search engines forced to pay license fees for linking people to news stories.  —  Well, actually that's slightly inaccurate: the draft law would make search engines pay …
Erik Maza / WWD:
Newsweek's Revolving Doors  —  HEADING OUT: Newsweek's revolving doors keep on spinning.  Dirk Barnett, creative director, is leaving to join the greener pastures of The New Republic.  Barnett is a big loss following what have been already brutal back-to-back weeks of bad press for the newsweekly.
Tribune Creditors Win Potential Halt To Bankruptcy Plan  —  Tribune Co. creditors won the chance to temporarily halt the television and newspaper company's exit from bankruptcy should they agree to post a $1.5 billion bond, a judge ruled.  U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kevin Carey agreed with noteholders …
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Prince Harry naked pictures: royal aides threatened legal action against papers  —  Prince Charles's royal aides threatened legal action against newspapers if they published photographs of Prince Harry naked in a Las Vegas hotel room, despite the fact they were freely available on the internet.
Discussion: @debgalant and The Daily Beast
Miranda Maxwell / Reuters:
Australia's Fairfax slashes newspaper values by almost $3 billion  —  (Reuters) - Australian publisher Fairfax Media (FXJ.AX) slashed the value of its newspaper titles by almost $3 billion on Thursday, as it posted a steep fall in profit and said it saw no early turnaround in the worst advertising conditions in more than 30 years.
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Morgan Spurlock joins Anthony Bourdain in CNN's new-look weekend lineup  —  With its ratings spiraling, CNN continues to add celebrities and entertainment programming to its lineup.  The latest addition to the roster is a weekly series called “Inside Man,” in which the Oscar-nominated …
Jeff Bercovici / Forbes:
Study Of Presidential Race Finds Coverage Of Candidates Overwhelmingly Negative  —  When it comes to presidential politics, the media is doing a fairly poor job of mediating.  Coverage of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, especially on cable TV and leading news websites, is increasingly driven …
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Longreads offers some exclusive content to paying members  —  Longform journalism site Longreads, which curates long stories from around the web that are “best enjoyed away from your desk,” has started offering paying members “exclusive access to stories that aren't available anywhere else on the web …
Rachel McAthy /   How long-form journalism is getting ‘a new lease of life’ in the digital world
Adriana Lopez / Forbes:
‘Super PAC App’ Shazams The Truth Out Of Political Ads  —  As more and more political advertisements start to ambush your evening television viewing bliss, do you ever wish that each one would include a BS barometer?  —  Well, I am glad you asked, because there is now an app for that.  Kind of.
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Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
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Mark Armstrong / Pocket:
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Chris Welch / The Verge:
Tumblr 'truly disappointed by Twitter's decision' to block friend-finding on the blogging service
Discussion: CNET
Shen Hong / Wall Street Journal:
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Jack Shafer / Reuters:
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Dylan Byers / Politico:
Abramson 5th on Forbes ‘Power Women’ list
Discussion: Forbes and Poynter
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Japanese Journalist's Final Report From Syria Is Released After Her Death
Discussion: The Daily Telegraph
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Mike Sallah joins Washington Post as first hire with Ford Foundation money
Martin Hickman / The Independent:
Names of up to 600 victims of phone hacking to be revealed
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Second board member resigns from Red & Black
Discussion: Athens Daily News