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8:35 AM ET, September 18, 2012

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Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
William and Kate win French injunction over topless photos  —  The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have won an injunction in a French court preventing celebrity magazine Closer from publishing further paparazzi shots of the duchess sunbathing topless.  Mondadori France, Closer's publishing company …
Discussion: Media Week and The Daily Beast
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Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Irish Daily Star closure threat recedes after publication of topless Kate photos  —  Independent News and Media, a 50% stakeholder, launches investigation and suspends editor Mike O'Kane  —  The threat to close the Irish Daily Star in the wake of the decision to publish the controversial pictures …
RTÉ:
Irish Daily Star Editor Michael O'Kane suspended over Kate Middleton photos
Associated Press:
Bangladesh blocks YouTube to prevent people from seeing anti-Islamic video  —  DHAKA, Bangladesh — The government in Bangladesh has blocked YouTube to prevent people from seeing an anti-Islam video produced in the U.S. ridiculing the Prophet Muhammad.  —  Mir Mohammaed Morshed …
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Rob Crilly / The Telegraph:
Newsweek's ‘Muslim Rage’: A sickening piece of shock journalism that cheapens a once great magazine  —  As angry protests spread through the Muslim world, I knew where to head.  The Red Mosque is only a five minute drive from my home in Islamabad and protests were planned for the end of Friday prayers.
Discussion: The Daily Beast
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Michael Wolff / USA Today:
Is there a place for Tina Brown?
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Jack Mirkinson / The Huffington Post:
Newsweek's ‘MUSLIM RAGE’ Cover Draws Angry Protest
Rick Rojas / Los Angeles Times:
Reporting live from the front lines of protest is his stream job  —  The man who goes by CrossXBones finagled his way into the center of the scrum.  Sweat beaded on his shaved head, an American Spirit cigarette dangled from his mouth and a massive can of energy drink was holstered on the strap of his backpack.
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Robert Andrews / paidContent:
New BBC chief vows to re-invent content, not just re-purpose it  —  The BBC's new director-general has vowed to merge TV, radio and online teams so that the corporation creates “genuinely digital content for the first time”.  The BBC is often thought of as an online exemplar.
Discussion: Guardian
Martin Hickman / The Independent:
Exclusive: News of the World ‘ordered burglary’  —  Detectives have evidence which suggests that a notorious private detective agency carried out a burglary while working for the News of the World.  In the latest twist to the phone-hacking scandal, a police intelligence report indicates …
Discussion: CJR and London News
Sarah Ferris / The GW Hatchet:
Stewart, O'Reilly to face off next month at GW  —  Days after the nation lurches into presidential debate season, political commentators Jon Stewart and Bill O'Reilly will spar off at GW.  —  O'Reilly, a Fox News host, will face Comedy Central anchor Stewart on Oct. 6, The New York Post reported Monday.
Christine Haughney / Media Decoder:
Condé Nast Plans French Vanity Fair  —  Vanity Fair magazine, which has been battling declining newsstand sales in the United States, is looking for more readers in Europe.  Next year, Condé Nast is starting a monthly edition of Vanity Fair in France.
Kevin Allman / News, Gambit:
The Fight to Save The Times-Picayune  —  There are things in your life, rightly or wrongly, you think are never going to change," says Rebecca Theim, a former Times-Picayune reporter now living in Las Vegas. “  When I come back to New Orleans, I know there's always going to be a French Quarter …
Will Sommer / City Desk:
Post's Chinese Visa Fight Ends With a Whimper  —  So much for the Washington Post's three-year long attempt to actually get its China bureau chief into China.  Ever since the Post hired Andrew Higgins in 2009, the paper has been trying to convince the Chinese government to grant him a visa …
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Seattle Times' editorial board launches social media campaign to support same-sex marriage  —  A Seattle Times editorial published Monday asks a little bit more from readers who approve of the editorial board's support of a Washington state referendum that will enshrine same-sex marriage in state law.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Providence Journal guild willing to discuss alternatives to layoffs  —  Staffers at the A.H. Belo-owned Providence (R.I.) Journal have until Monday at 5 p.m. ET to volunteer to take buyouts, which the paper said it would seek on Sept. 7.  Belo hasn't said how many buyouts it's looking for …
Discussion: The Newspaper Guild
Henry Blodget / Business Insider:
CHART OF THE DAY: And Now Let Us Gasp In Astonishment At What Just Happened To The Newspaper Business  —  Over the past decade, lots of big newspaper companies have gone bust.  —  But when you take a look at what's happened to newspaper advertising over that period, it's a wonder they all haven't.
 
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