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1:57 AM 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 …
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
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.
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 …
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.
Chris Hannay / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Citizen journalism across the 49th parallel: How The Globe and Mail used expats to cover the U.S. election  —  Politics in the United States is, for a lot of Canadians, a kind of spectator sport.  Our border is so porous that most Canadians have some kind of link to the United States …
Discussion: Globe and Mail
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.
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Future returns to profitability  —  Metal Hammer and Total Film publisher reports pre-tax profit of £1.1m in the year to 30 September  —  Future Publishing has returned to profitability, despite reporting a 13% drop in revenues for the year to 30 September, thanks in part …
Final FT Deutschland to appear on Dec. 7-sources  —  German business daily Financial Times Deutschland (FTD) will publish its last edition on Dec. 7 when owner Gruner + Jahr (G+J) shuts it down, two sources told Reuters on Thursday.  —  The FTD, salmon pink like its British namesake …
John Plunkett / Guardian:
From BBC news trainee via ‘head prefect’ to director general  —  Lord Hall became editor of the Nine O'Clock News at the age of 34 and was seen by some as being too close to John Birt  —  Tony Hall returns to a rather different BBC to the one he left for the Royal Opera House in 2001.
Matthew Sparkes / Telegraph:
Rupert Murdoch sells $10m of News Corp shares  —  News Corp chairman and chief executive Rupert Murdoch has sold his non-voting shares in the company for around $10m (£6.3m).  —  Rupert Murdoch remains the largest voting New Corp stakeholder with 40pc of class B shares
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