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7:10 AM ET, September 19, 2012


 Top News: 
David Corn / Mother Jones:
WATCH: Full Secret Video of Private Romney Fundraiser  —  On Monday and Tuesday Mother Jones published exclusive video that captured Mitt Romney speaking to donors at a May 17 fundraiser, which was held at the home of private equity mogul Mark Leder.  Responding to a question about the …
Christine Haughney / Media Decoder:
With Romney Videos, Mother Jones Keeps Readers Coming Back  —  It's a good day to be at Mother Jones.  —  The magazine, which has a circulation of slightly more than 200,000, found itself read by millions of viewers around the world by Tuesday morning after it released a video of Mitt Romney …
Brendan Nyhan / CJR:
Jumping the gun on the Romney ‘47%’ video  —  In early coverage, reporters overstated the meaning and impact of Romney's comments—and left out out key context  —  NEW HAMPSHIRE — Yesterday, Mother Jones released a secretly-recorded video of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney making …
Tony Romm / Politico:
Mitt Romney ‘47 percent’ recording may have been illegal  —  The secretly recorded video of Mitt Romney decrying the “47 percent” of Americans who won't vote for him might run afoul of state law that bars eavesdropping.  —  The rules in Florida — where Romney spoke at a private fundraiser …
Dylan Byers / Politico:
Huffington Post, Mother Jones duel for video credit  —  When historians write the book on the 2012 campaign, they will surely include the leaked video showing Mitt Romney telling wealthy donors at a private May fundraiser that he can't count on the support of “47 percent” of the electorate who “believe that they are victims.”
Erik Wemple:
Romney and Obama: Open your fundraisers
Discussion: Boston Globe and Washington Wire
David Carr / New York Times:
Barry Diller and Scott Rudin Form E-Book Publishing Venture  —  Two powerful entertainment moguls, Scott Rudin, the film and theater producer, and Barry Diller, the chairman of IAC/InterActiveCorp, are joining together to enter the turbulent world of book publishing.
Discussion: Fast Company, @carr2n, CNET and
Associated Press:
Riot police guard French weekly after it spoofs Prophet Muhammad  —  PARIS — Riot police took up positions Wednesday outside the Paris offices of a satirical French weekly that published crude caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad on Wednesday that ridicule a video that prompted a wave of protests in some Muslim countries.
Matt Brian / The Next Web:
Sky wins exclusive Warner Bros. movie rights, dealing a blow to Netflix and its rivals  —  Pushing back against Netflix and its satellite, video-on-demand and pay-per-view rivals, Sky has signed a new movie deal with Warner Bros., which sees it granted exclusive access to movies six months after they end their run in theaters.
Emil Protalinski / The Next Web:
Wikimedia enables ebook export feature on Wikipedia for your offline reading pleasure  —  Wikimedia today announced that it has enabled a new EPUB export feature on Wikipedia, but only on the English version of the site.  You can use the new feature to collate your personal collection …
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
Piracy may be commonplace, but music's outlook is improving  —  Making headlines today is a report that puts some big numbers on the piracy problem.  —  More than three billion songs were downloaded illegally around the world via torrent in the first half of 2012, according …
Kelly McBride / Poynter:
How Soledad O'Brien prepared for that contentious John Sununu interview  —  It has been one month since CNN's Soledad O'Brien spent just under four minutes interviewing Mitt Romney adviser and former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu.  —  Paul Ryan had just emerged as the vice presidential nominee.
Discussion: Pressthink and Erik Wemple
Eva Galperin / TechCrunch:
Why Google Shouldn't Have Censored The Anti-Islamic Video  —  Editor's note: Eva Galperin is the International Freedom of Expression Coordinator for the Electronic Frontier Foundation.  Follow her on Twitter: @evacide.  —  On Wednesday, YouTube announced that it had blocked access …
Claire Atkinson / New York Post:
Curry's revenge: NBC's ‘Today’ reeling after kicking Ann to the curb  —  Less than three months after a tearful Ann Curry bid goodbye to NBC's “Today” show, it's the network's turn to cry.  The once-dominant morning powerhouse is falling even further behind in the ratings race …
Jeff Bercovici / Forbes:   Forget Savannah Vs. Ann. Here's Why ‘GMA’ Is Beating ‘Today’
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David Kravets / Wired:
Feds Charge Activist with 13 Felonies for Rogue Downloading of Academic Articles
Discussion: Betabeat
Jim Romenesko:
Boston Globe editor: Newspapers are badly bruised, ‘but we are not beaten’
Adrienne LaFrance / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Andrea Seabrook: From NPR to podcasting, hoping to invigorate congressional reporting
Jim Romenesko:
Houston Business Journal to school spokesman: Buy a subscription if you want to read what you told us
Discussion: Talking Biz News
Laura Hazard Owen / GigaOM:
Betaworks' Findings shifts to web clipping, as Amazon bans Kindle clips
Discussion: PandoDaily and
Denise Jewell Gee / Buffalo News:
Sarasota editor named Buffalo News editor
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Christine Haughney / Media Decoder:
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