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10:50 AM ET, December 30, 2012

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Noreen O'Donnell / Reuters:
New York newspaper to list more gun permit holders after uproar  —  (Reuters) - A suburban New York newspaper that sparked an uproar among gun enthusiasts by publishing names and addresses of residents holding pistol permits is now planning to publish even more identities of permit-toting locals.
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Al Tompkins / Poynter:
Where The Journal News went wrong in publishing names, addresses of gun owners
David Zurawik / Daily Download:
Chelsea Clinton, Still NBC's Pretend Journalist  —  I know there are questions on my beat larger and more pressing than who's worse as a TV journalist, Chelsea Clinton or Jenna Bush Hager, the presidentially-connected, pretend correspondents at NBC News.  —  But I continue to be fascinated …
Matthew Roth / Wikimedia blog:
Wikimedia Foundation raises $25 million in record time during 2012 fundraiser  —  The Wikimedia Foundation is happy to announce the successful completion of our ninth annual fundraising campaign in record time.  Wikipedia readers donated $25 million and once again affirmed the value …
Owen Matthews / Spectator:
Who killed Newsweek?  —  Tina Brown can't just blame the internet  —  So farewell then, Newsweek magazine, which published its last print issue this week.  After 79 years — 15 of them as my employer — the venerable old rag is to disappear into an uncertain, web-only future.
Discussion: @ianbirrell
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Hulu's Employee Owners Are Just Employees Again, Which Means Some May Be Ex-Employees Soon  —  Hulu's employees used to be owners, too.  But those days are over, so they're going to have to be happy with a paycheck and some bonuses.  —  That's the upshot of a new long-term incentive plan I'm told the video site is prepping.
Discussion: Betabeat
Chris Richards / Washington Post:
Arthur magazine, a counterculture favorite, returns to print  —  When the aughties weren't horrifying, they were tough.  Wars raged, SARS spiked, economies crumbled and America decided that its pop singers would be elected to fame via reality television, which, while pseudo-democratic, remains humiliating for all parties involved.
Zachary M. Seward / Quartz:
How a bogus claim about Instagram losing users made Facebook's stock drop nearly 3%  —  Facebook's stock dropped 2.9% in its first minutes of trading this morning.  Investors were likely responding to a report in the New York Post that Instagram, the photo-sharing that Facebook acquired this year …
Katharine Q. Seelye / New York Times:
Newspaper on Cape Cod Apologizes for a Veteran Reporter's Fabrications  —  HYANNIS, Mass. — When an editor at The Cape Cod Times was reading the newspaper last month, she thought an article about the Veterans Day parade from the day before seemed slightly off.
Discussion: @penenberg and @bobbymacreports
David Bauder / Associated Press:
Chris Matthews Gets Boost From 2012 Election  —  NEW YORK — To his boss, Chris Matthews has become a statesman.  His critics probably have other words.  The veteran MSNBC host raised his profile as much as any member of the television commentariat during the presidential campaign.
Discussion: mediabistro.com, Politico and Mediaite
Robert Mendick / Telegraph:
Former Times editor William Rees-Mogg dies  —  Lord Rees-Mogg, one of the most influential figures in journalism over the past half a century, has died at the age of 84.  —  Lord Rees-Mogg  —  William Rees-Mogg was a former editor of The Times and a one of the most well-regarded columnists for a generation.
Discussion: Spectator and The Times
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
Targets missed, Nook sells stake to Pearson to secure book distribution  —  Talk about vertical integration.  Pearson is taking a five percent stake in newly-reconfigured ebook device and retail brand Nook Media in order to gain favourable distribution for its education books.
Steve Kovach / Business Insider:
Suddenly, Samsung And Others Are Trying To Make An Apple TV Before Apple Can  —  Three years ago, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer gave a keynote presentation at the Consumer Electronics Show where he showed off a Slate PC, the company's interpretation of a modern-day tablet.
Discussion: Agence France Presse and Wired
 
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Liana B. Baker / Reuters:
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Elliot Spagat / Associated Press:
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Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
In Boost to U.S. Plans, BBC World News Is Added to Time Warner Cable