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3:05 AM ET, September 23, 2012

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Wall Street Journal:
CNN Used Slain Envoy's Writings Against Family's Wishes  —  CNN obtained a personal journal that belonged to the slain American ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens, and broadcast reports based on its contents against the wishes of the Stevens family, according to relatives …
Discussion: Deadline.com
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Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
CNN Reveals Finding Libya Ambassador's Journal  —  NEW YORK — Anderson Cooper revealed Friday night that CNN had found U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens' personal journal following the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi that killed him and acknowledged the network used …
Craig Silverman / Poynter:
Twitter CEO says curation tools for newsrooms are coming  —  “So, how does it feel to be the voice of the press in the 21 century?,” Emily Bell asked Twitter CEO Dick Costolo during a keynote interview Friday at the Online News Association Conference in San Francisco.  —  “I don't view that as my job, of course,” he said.
Discussion: ONA12 and GigaOM
Michael Andersen / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Four years later, the Ann Arbor Chronicle is still weird and wonky — and it's growing  —  For four years, Mary Morgan and Dave Askins have been the change David Simon was waiting for.  —  The married couple's website, the Ann Arbor Chronicle, doesn't just cover the planning commission …
C.W. Anderson / Nieman Journalism Lab:
What happens when news organizations move from “beats” to “obsessions”?  —  I'll be honest: There aren't a lot of “future of news” meta-posts these days that get me to stop the other things I'm doing and read them, closely, from beginning to end.  One recent exception, though …
Erik Sass / MediaPost:
U.K. Journos on Social Media: Meh  —  Social media is supposed to be revolutionizing journalism, but British journalists don't seem to be feeling the revolutionary spirit.  In fact, our colleagues across the pond sound a bit skeptical about social media's impact on their profession …
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Steve Buttry / The Buttry Diary:   Yes, social media is a ‘time suck,’ like lots of useful journalism tools
Sara Morrison / CJR:
ProPublica reporter gets the Treme treatment  —  The show's third season will feature a character based on A.C. Thompson  —  A.C. Thompson's reporting on transgressions by the New Orleans police force in the wake of Hurricane Katrina led to an article in The Nation, a reporter position at ProPublica …
Steve Buttry / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Students already consume news digital-first; student media should follow suit  —  Editor's Note: It's the start of the school year, which means students are returning to journalism programs around the country.  As the media industry continues to evolve, how well is new talent being trained …
Jeffrey Hermes / Nieman Journalism Lab:
A reason for optimism in the IRS' handling of nonprofit news orgs  —  I am very pleased to be able to share the news that, after more than two and a half years, the nonprofit San Francisco Public Press has finally received recognition of its tax-exempt status from the IRS under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Discussion: NetNewsCheck Latest
Megan Garber / The Atlantic Online:
Google News at 10: How the Algorithm Won Over the News Industry  —  Google's “billions of clicks” are only half of the story.  —  In April of 2010, Eric Schmidt delivered the keynote address at the conference of the American Society of News Editors in Washington, D.C. During the talk …
Julie Moos / Poynter:
Poll: College women get election news from the paper, though they'd rather not  —  About 730 college women, mostly 20-year-olds, who use the HerCampus website say they plan on voting this November (about 67 percent of them for President Obama).  The most important issue facing them, they say, is student loan debt.
Nieman Journalism Lab:
Postcard from Doha: At Al Jazeera English, interactive journalism built on collaboration  —  DOHA, Qatar — Mohammed el-Haddad knows there is a larger dialogue in the United States and the U.K. about data journalism, hacker journalism, or whatever the term may be.  He knows it's an emerging career track in newsrooms.
 
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Jim Romenesko:
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Reuters:
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Discussion: Deadline.com and The Wrap
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
AP promises members it won't break news on social media
Discussion: Associated Press
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Jim Romenesko:
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James Murdoch as Fox TV head would be a ‘slap in the face’ to shareholders
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