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8:40 AM ET, September 11, 2012

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Poynter:
9/11 anniversary forgotten on the front page of today's New York Times  —  How do you mark the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks?  For some papers in the cities where the attacks took place, the answer is subtle: It's time to move on.  At The New York Times and the New York Post, Sept. 11, 2012 is just another day.
Matt Buchanan / BuzzFeed:
How To Get Banned From Instapaper  —  If you tried to snag a page from 9to5Mac to read later with Instapaper yesterday, you got this error message: It's the first time I'd ever seen a publisher block Instapaper — in fact, Instapaper says, “As of the time of writing, no major publishers have chosen to opt out.”
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Marco Arment / Instapaper Blog:
9to5  —  Last week, 9to5mac published this article in which the author intentionally derided me and Instapaper, called it “Instascraper”, and initially accused Instapaper of being responsible for the now-debunked “FBI” UDID leak.  Despite my attempts to get them to correct what they wrote, they refused.
Discussion: New York Times and 9to5Mac
Michael Wolff / Guardian:
The Journal Register debacle: why Chapter 11 comes before ‘digital first’  —  Touted by industry worthies as the digital future in the making, the Journal Register is more a business of financial engineering  —  Last November the New York Times' media reporter, David Carr …
Discussion: CJR
Craig Silverman / Poynter:
Journalism's Summer of Sin marked by plagiarism, fabrication, obfuscation  —  Fall will mark the end of journalism's Summer of Sin, when a cavalcade of plagiarism, fabrication and unethical recycling damaged several careers and publications.  —  In many cases, these incidents …
Robert Mankoff / The New Yorker Blog:
Nipplegate: Why the New Yorker Cartoon Department Is About to Be Banned from Facebook  —  The New Yorker has a Facebook page for our cartoons, which a lot of you like, or maybe it's just one person with a lot of time on their hands, liking the page over and over again.  But in any case, it's a whole lotta like.
Press Association:
News Corp info prompts prison officer arrest  —  A prison officer has been arrested at his home in Northampton by detectives investigating alleged corrupt payments to public officials.  The 31-year-old was held on Tuesday morning on suspicion of conspiracy to corrupt and misconduct in a public office.
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
That was fast: Amazon is already discounting settling publishers' ebooks  —  Just four days after a federal judge approved the Department of Justice's settlement with HarperCollins, Hachette and Simon & Schuster for allegedly colluding with Apple to fix ebook prices, Amazon has already begun discounting HarperCollins ebooks.
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Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
Lawyer files Hail Mary request to stop ebook pricing changes
Julie Bosman / Media Decoder:
After Summer of Turmoil, Oxford American Appoints Roger Hodge Editor  —  After enduring weeks of unflattering attention over the firing of its editor, The Oxford American has hired a successor: Roger D. Hodge, a Texas-born editor and veteran of New York media.
Discussion: bookforum.com and The Wrap
Danelle Morton / CJR:
Bruce R. Brugmann, one of the last of the alt-weekly lions, is calling it quits.  Sort of.  —  Bruce B. Brugmann is a stubborn guy who sticks to his point of view, even as the world he helped build is disappearing.  Fitting then to sit with him late in June in the cavernous warehouse offices …
Rebecca Shapiro / The Huffington Post:
NBC Paralympics Coverage Criticized By IPC  —  NBC's Olympics coverage was criticized by another entity on Monday.  The International Paralympics Committee (IPC) said that it would further scrutinize media partners in the future after NBC did not air any live coverage of the 2012 games.
Discussion: BBC
Henry Blodget / Business Insider:
Destroyed By Blogs, “Variety” Magazine Will Sell For Less Than $30 Million  —  In case you need another example of the digital missile that has slammed into the traditional media world, check out Reed Elsevier's ongoing attempts to sell Variety magazine.  —  Variety, you will recall, used to rule Hollywood.
Discussion: eMedia Vitals
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New York Post:
Penske takes inside track in Variety auction
Discussion: LA Observed and FishbowlNY
 
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