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2:10 PM ET, November 25, 2012


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Julian Pecquet / Hillicon Valley:
Gaza violence leads lawmakers to call for shuttering terror groups on Twitter  —  The past week's violence in Gaza has rekindled calls for Twitter to shutter the accounts of U.S.-labeled terror groups such as Hamas.  —  Seven House Republicans asked the FBI in September to demand that Twitter …
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
Photographs of Gaza conflict bring accusations of media bias  —  In the midst of armed conflict, every photo tells a story.  Just not the one you might think.  —  During eight days of hostilities between Israel and militants in the Gaza Strip, an argument erupted over the images that documented the fighting.
Jon Mitchell / ReadWrite:
Medium: Why You Should Watch Two Twitter Co-Founders' New Idea  —  Keep an eye on Medium.  I know it's one of those mysterious invite-only things, but the posts are open for everyone with a Twitter account to read, and you should really take a look.  It's very easy to find great stuff …
Sarah Marshall /
Knitd to launch as web app for premium content  —  Readers will buy articles via a micropayment system, with journalists receiving 80 per cent  —  Copyright: Image by Alexander Kirch,  —  Knitd, a web app that will offer readers the chance to buy single articles via a micropayment system …
Richard Nieva / PandoDaily:
Umano wants to tell you the news, literally  —  As a Bay Area resident, I think I can speak for most when I say: BART is awful.  The Bay Area Rapid Transit pales in comparison to other metropolis' public transportation trains.  It's overly crowded at rush hour, makes a grand total of eight stops …
Caitlin Johnston / Poynter:
Journalism that works: Telling the story of school deterioration, rebuilding  —  Many of America's school buildings are in disarray, with leaking roofs, toxic air and termite-invested walls.  Parade Magazine decided to tackle this issue in a 2,000-word story, but one that editors …
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Kon*Fab wants to break the filter bubble by finding location-based news  —  Katy Newton likens it to walking through a coffee shop: You can look around the room and see people reading articles in a newspaper or a magazine — and, within a certain range of politeness, strike up a conversation around the news.
Editor resigns over photos of topless Duchess of Cambridge  —  The editor of the Irish Daily Star newspaper has resigned over the publication of topless photographs of the Duchess of Cambridge.  —  Michael O'Kane was suspended from his post in September while an internal investigation was carried out.
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
TV Everywhere Isn't: Why You Can't Watch Monday Night Football on Your iPhone  —  The TV Everywhere pitch is straightforward: If you pay for cable TV, you can watch cable TV wherever you want — on your iPad, in your bedroom, on your phone, in the airport, etc.
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
A Peek at TV's Future, Via Google Fiber  —  The Google Fiber experiment/maybe-not-an-experiment in Kansas City is important because it shows Google's ability to compete directly with broadband providers for control of the Internet pipe itself.  —  If Google doesn't need to rely on the Comcasts …
Discussion: Business Insider
Dan Sabbagh / Guardian:
Thompson gives evidence to Pollard inquiry  —  Ex-BBC director general flies to London to appear before inquiry into aborted Newsnight programme on Jimmy Savile  —  Mark Thompson has flown to London to give evidence to Nick Pollard inquiry into the handling of Newsnight's aborted investigation …
Sarah Marshall /
Citizen journalists report Sierra Leone elections by SMS  —  Connecting citizens in a country where ‘more people have a mobile phone than have electricity’, with editors and the online world  —  Copyright: Image by kiwanja on Flickr.  Some rights reserved  —  On Saturday Sierra Leone went to the polls.
Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
All three party leaders ‘want to see action in this Parliament and as soon as possible’ on the press  —  All three party leaders met with representatives of the campaign group Hacked Off yesterday and reportedly all said that they “want to see action in this Parliament and as soon as possible” to regulate the press.
Discussion: Guardian, Spectator and Media News
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Leveson report to be published next Thursday
Discussion: Telegraph
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Chris Hannay / Nieman Journalism Lab:
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Mark Sweney / Guardian:
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Matthew Sparkes / Telegraph:
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