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9:20 AM ET, November 13, 2012

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Gordon Rayner / Telegraph:
BBC news chief pleads with staff not to Tweet about ‘our problems’  —  Fran Unsworth, the new temporary head of BBC News, has appealed to staff not to Tweet about “our problems” as she tries to sort out the mess of the Newsnight scandal.  Referring to the “tumultuous and very sad events of the past few days” …
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New York Times:
BBC to Begin Disciplinary Action After Reporting Debacle  —  LONDON — Facing the deepest challenge to its status, prestige and self-confidence in years, the British Broadcasting Corporation reported on Tuesday that disciplinary action was beginning against unidentified news personnel linked …
Discussion: Washington Post
Brendan O'Neill / Telegraph:
This isn't the first time that Angus Stickler and Newsnight have made OTT claims about secret child abusers  —  The hilariously misnamed Bureau of Investigative Journalism is getting a lot of much-deserved flak over the Lord McAlpine scandal: its editor, Iain Overton, has just resigned.
Patrick Smith / TheMediaBriefing:
The institutional paranoia of the BBC and its unsure future
Ken Doctor / Newsonomics:
The New York Times and the Thompson Effect: Blow Over or Blowback?
Discussion: CJR and Guardian
Dan Sabbagh / Guardian:   BBC trustees keen to offer DG job to outsider
Gordon Rayner / Telegraph:
BBC turmoil worsens as Helen Boaden and Stephen Mitchell hire lawyers to deny they willingly ‘stepped aside’
Discussion: BBC
Vernon Loeb / Washington Post:
Petraeus ghostwriter ‘clueless’ to affair  —  My wife says I'm the most clueless person in America.  —  I never anticipated the extramarital affair between David Petraeus and Paula Broadwell, the woman I'd worked with for 16 months on a book about Petraeus's year commanding the war in Afghanistan.
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
NBC Moves to Shake Up ‘Today’ Leadership  —  NBC is completing a plan to change the leadership at the “Today” show, the longtime first-place morning show that slid to second place this year during the controversial removal of Ann Curry.  —  Alexandra Wallace, a senior vice president of NBC News …
Dominic Ponsford / PressGazette:
Sun investigations chief: Bribery Act has forced us to turn away whistleblowers  —  Brian Flynn addressing the Society of Editors conference in Belfast  —  Sun investigations editor Brian Flynn has warned that the fear of arrest is stopping journalists from pursuing public interest stories provided by public sector whistle-blowers.
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Bookboard tries Netflix-like model for kids' ebooks  —  Former Adobe executives Fang Chang and Nigel Pegg know that kids love iPads, and they wanted to offer them something more educational than YouTube or Angry Birds.  So they are launching Bookboard, an iPad app that gives parents …
Discussion: AppNewser and Digital Book World
Jonathan Martin / Politico:
The GOP's media cocoon  —  A long-simmering generational battle in the conservative movement is boiling over after last week's shellacking, with younger operatives and ideologues going public with calls that Republicans break free from a political-media cocoon that has become intellectually suffocating and self-defeating.
John Koblin / Deadspin:
How ESPN Ditched Journalism And Followed Skip Bayless To The Bottom: A Tim Tebow Story  —  In October, Doug Gottlieb, a radio host and basketball analyst who'd decamped for CBS the previous month after nine years with ESPN, went on The Dan Patrick Show and dropped something of a truth bomb about his time in Bristol:
Discussion: Daily Download
Andrew Romano / The Daily Beast:
How a nerd named Nate Silver changed political reporting forever  —  How a nerd named Nate Silver changed political reporting forever.  —  There was a lot at stake on Nov. 6.  The shape of the economy.  The contours of the tax code.  The survival of Obamacare.
Discussion: NetNewsCheck Latest
Aja Romano / Daily Dot:
Businessweek ranks schools on girls' hotness  —  Why did Businessweek think it was a good idea to poll its users about which college campuses have the hottest female students?  —  Easy: It has done it before and no one noticed.  —  This year, however, coming just after an election season full …
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Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Businessweek: Polls of student attractiveness were “in poor taste”
Discussion: Business Week
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Wanderful Media Acquires Mobile Newspaper Shopping Ads Platform iCircular From The AP  —  Wanderful Media, which aims to digitize circulars (the printed fliers you find in your mailbox full of the latest deals and coupons), has acquired iCircular from The Associated Press.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Is more local news in Washington Post's future if Brauchli leaves?  —  The Washington Post's print coverage of local news is “inadequate,” Post ombudsman Patrick Pexton writes.  “On a given day, Metro has five local news stories that start on the front page and two or three other short ones inside, plus some briefs,” he says.
Bill Carter / Media Decoder:
MTV Hires New President of Programming  —  MTV made a significant management change Monday, naming Susanne Daniels, an experienced television executive, to the position of president of programming.  —  Ms. Daniels, who is best known for leading the WB network during its most popular period …
Discussion: The Wrap and Broadcasting & Cable
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Spotify Is Now Live In 17 Countries After Quietly Adding Ireland And Luxembourg Today  —  The music streaming juggernaut that is Spotify continues to gain momentum, although today was possibly more of a gentle acceleration than a turbo charge: today the company quietly launched its service live …
Discussion: The Next Web and hypebot
Paul Sawers / The Next Web:
Wikipedia's for-profit cousin Wikia unveils its new Lightbox video player and a slew of syndication deals  —  One week after Wikipedia launched its HTML5 video player, its for-profit counterpart Wikia has released its very own new multimedia streaming player, and a slew of content syndication deals.
 
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David Leigh / Guardian:
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Jessica Roy / Betabeat:
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Anna Heim / The Next Web:
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Daniel D'Addario / The New York Observer:
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Jim Romenesko:
New York Times union members ‘deeply divided’ on contract vote
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Dylan Byers / Politico:
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