Jack Mirkinson / The Huffington Post:
Lara Logan Apologizes For Botched ‘60 Minutes’ Benghazi Report, Says Show Will Issue Correction — In a humiliating retreat from a piece she had staunchly defended, “60 Minutes” correspondent Lara Logan admitted on Friday morning that she and the news magazine had made a “mistake” …
Discussion: New York Times, Mediaite, @juliebosman, Variety, Poynter, Hollywood Reporter, Erik Wemple, TVNewser, @juliebosman, @clarajeffery, @ryanchittum, Washington Post, @timothys, Politico and FishbowlNY
Noah Rothman / Mediaite: CBS 60 Minutes' Lara Logan Apologizes for Erroneous Benghazi Survivor Report: ‘We Were Wrong’
Julie Bosman / @juliebosman: Breaking: Simon & Schuster tells NYT it is pulling Benghazi book. “We are suspending the publication” and notifying stores to return books.
Brian Steinberg / Variety: CBS News Chairman: Time To ‘Own’ Reporting Error In ‘60 Minutes’
Kristen Hare / Poynter: 60 Minutes apologizes for botched Benghazi report: A timeline
Marisa Guthrie / Hollywood Reporter: CBS News Chief: Faulty Benghazi Report a ‘Black Eye’ for ‘60 Minutes’
Chris Ariens / TVNewser: Short of a Correction, ‘60 Minutes’ Has ‘New Information’ That Undercuts Benghazi Report
Julie Bosman / @juliebosman: That was fast: Amazon has pulled the Kindle edition of “The Embassy House,” the discredited book by Dylan Davies. Still available on B&N.
Clara Jeffery / @clarajeffery: The thing is: wouldn't you be extra, extra, super duper careful on a story that was such a political flashpoint? #60minutes
Ryan Chittum / @ryanchittum: i'm pretty impressed with how Norah O'Donnell handled the Laura Logan retract. couple of tough questions there: http://www.youtube.com/...
Paul Farhi / Washington Post: “60 Minutes” apologizes for Benghazi report
Tim Shorrock / @timothys: Michael Hastings told it like it was, and Lara Logan of CBS attacked him for it. Recently she told it like it wasn't, and has to apologize.
Dylan Byers / Politico: Lara Logan: ‘We were wrong’ on Benghazi
James Crugnale / FishbowlNY: Morning Media Newsfeed: Twitter's IPO Soars | Lara Logan Apologizes | Guns & Ammo Editor Out
Hadas Gold / Politico:
Simon & Schuster pulling Benghazi book — The publisher for Dylan Davies, the source of “60 Minutes” controversial Benghazi report, announced on Friday that they are pulling his book “in light of information” brought to their attention since its publication.
Discussion: GalleyCat, TVNewser, Mother Jones and The Raw Story
Dianna Dilworth / GalleyCat: Simon & Schuster to Pull Benghazi Book Amid Questions of Accuracy
Merrill Knox / TVNewser: Lara Logan on ‘60 Minutes’ Benghazi Report: ‘We Were Misled and We Were Wrong’
Benghazi: First, ‘60 Minutes.’ Next, Fox News?
Benghazi: First, ‘60 Minutes.’ Next, Fox News?
Discussion: The Huffington Post and Talking Points Memo
Katherine Fung / The Huffington Post: CBS News Chairman Jeff Fager Apologizes For ‘60 Minutes’ Benghazi Report
New York Times:
Accounts Differ to F.B.I. and CBS on Benghazi
Accounts Differ to F.B.I. and CBS on Benghazi
Discussion: CNN, The Huffington Post, Gawker, USA Today, Politico, Talking Points Memo, Hit & Run, U.S. News, The Daily Beast, CBS News, @john_hudson, Broadcasting & Cable, The Raw Story, NBCNews, Vanity Fair, @alexweprin, @alexweprin, @emptywheel, @bungdan, @josephremib, @blakehounshell, @blakehounshell, @alexweprin, @davidfolkenflik, Online NewsHour, Media Matters, MetaFilter, Pressing Issues, Talking Points Memo, Business Insider, @dangillmor, @ericboehlert, @jayrosen_nyu, @sfpelosi, Mother Jones and Capital New York
David Simpson / CNN: ‘We were wrong’: CBS's Lara Logan apologizes for Benghazi report
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post: ‘60 Minutes’ Reviewing Benghazi Story Over Witness' Conflicting Accounts
J.K. Trotter / Gawker: CBS Retracts Bombshell Benghazi Report Over Lying Source
Dylan Byers / Politico: Inside the ‘60 Minutes’ Benghazi breakdown
Catherine Thompson / Talking Points Memo: CBS Reporter On ‘60 Minutes’ Benghazi Program: ‘We Made A Mistake’ (VIDEO)
Ed Krayewski / Hit & Run: CBS Apologizes For 60 Minutes Benghazi Report as Primary Source's Forthcoming Book “Suspended”
Elisha Fieldstadt / U.S. News: Publisher pulls CBS source's Benghazi book
Eli Lake / The Daily Beast: CBS Backs Off Benghazi Source
John Hudson / @john_hudson: I just heard from Simon & Schuster on the Benghazi book: “We will review the book and take appropriate action w regard to its pub status.
Travis Gettys / The Raw Story: ‘60 Minutes’ correspondent: ‘We made a mistake’ on Benghazi report, and ‘we were wrong’
Elisha Fieldstadt / NBCNews: ‘60 Minutes’ correspondent apologizes for disputed Benghazi report
Juli Weiner / Vanity Fair: Dylan Davies, the Benghazi Security Officer Who Tricked 60 Minutes, Forgot to Also Trick the F.B.I.
Alex Weprin / @alexweprin: The “60 Minutes” with Benghazi segment drew 10M viewers. Just OK for them. Bill O'Reilly has 3M on a good day. Maddow has 1M on a good day.
Alex Weprin / @alexweprin: “60 Minutes” is the most-watched news program in all of television. Stories there carry a lot of weight. Mistakes have a huge impact.
@emptywheel: Just to remind, it's Cheney flack Mary Matalin's imprint which published “Morgan Jones” and mainstreamed him to 60 Minutes. #FireMaryMatalin
Dan Murphy / @bungdan: Also, please do remember that the 60 Minutes promotion of Davies book was a cross promotion with a CBS-owned publisher.
Remi / @josephremib: So all 60 Minutes had was “bad security in Benghazi”. The author -published by a subsidiary of CBS- made himself a hero, and they bought it.
Blake Hounshell / @blakehounshell: The weird thing is if they went to the FBI to verify his account, wouldn't the FBI have said: Nope, doesn't check out?
Blake Hounshell / @blakehounshell: So, CBS spent a year on this Benghazi story, and wasn't able to check this guy's tale out in that whole expanse of time?
Alex Weprin / @alexweprin: 60 Mins statement on Benghazi: “We are currently looking into this serious matter to determine if he misled us”
David Folkenflik / @davidfolkenflik: CBS: 60 Minutes has new information that undercuts credibility of British military contractor on Benghazi story. Now reviewing his account.
Tyler Hansen / Media Matters: CBS News Pulls Troubled Benghazi Report As New Reports Eat Away At Source's Credibility
Xurando / MetaFilter: Finally, The Truth About Benghazi
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo: CBS Considers Coming Clean
Brett LoGiurato / Business Insider: CBS Is Forced To Issue A Correction To Its Bombshell Report On Benghazi
Dan Gillmor / @dangillmor: CBS screwup on Benghazi report gets more and more obvious. Junk journalism. http://www.nytimes.com/...
Eric Boehlert / @ericboehlert: recall that 4 CBS producers were fired over Nat'l Guard, Rather booted as anchor and 60 Min II canceled entirely; http://www.nytimes.com/...
Jay Rosen / @jayrosen_nyu: This is looking very bad for CBS News. Ignoring warning signs, dismissing questions, evading the real issue, and now http://www.nytimes.com/...
@sfpelosi: If @60Minutes knew about FBI report why didn't they read it before they vouched for lying #Banghazi contractor? http://www.nytimes.com/...
Lynne Marek / Crain's Chicago Business:
Onion halts all print editions, turns entirely to digital “news” — The Onion is halting its print version in Chicago and its two other remaining markets with its Dec. 12 issue. The newsweekly was 25 years old and is survived by its website and a new creative service for advertisers.
Discussion: Slate, Folio, FishbowlNY, The Wrap, Gizmodo, Gawker, The Switch, Poynter, bizjournals, The Verge, Splitsider, VentureBeat and The Huffington Post
Josh Voorhees / Slate: Area Newspaper Ends Its Mass Genocide of Trees
Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY: The Onion Folds Remaining Print Editions [Updated]
Sara Morrison / The Wrap: The Onion Abandons All Print Editions (Not a Joke)
Leslie Horn / Gizmodo: The Onion's Print Edition Is No More
Andrea Peterson / The Switch: The Internet has killed (satirical) print journalism
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter: Onion ends print edition
Rich Kirchen / bizjournals: No kidding: The Onion to cease Milwaukee print edition
Adi Robertson / The Verge: The Onion will end its print run in December, closing up shop in final three cities
Elise Czajkowski / Splitsider: ‘The Onion’ Is Ending Its Print Publication Entirely
FCC OKs Media General-New Young Broadcasting Merger — The FCC gave approval to Media General to merge with New Young Broadcasting Holding Co, Inc. Media General expects to close on the transaction Nov. 12. The FCC approved Media General's applications seeking consent to transfer …
Discussion: Broadcasting & Cable, Radio & Television …, The Roanoke Times, Poynter and TVSpy
Michael Malone / Broadcasting & Cable: FCC Approves Media General-Young Merger
John Reid Blackwell / The Roanoke Times: Media General, owner of WSLS, merger with New Young OK'd
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter: Media General-New Young Broadcasting merger gets FCC, shareholder approval
Kevin Eck / TVSpy: Media General Shareholders OK Merger with Young
Andrew Rosati / MiamiHerald.com:
Venezuelan authorities detain Miami Herald reporter — CARACAS — Jim Wyss, the Miami Herald's Andean bureau chief, was detained by Venezuelan authorities Thursday while reporting on the country's chronic shortages and looming municipal elections. Wyss remained in custody Friday afternoon.
Discussion: Riptide 2.0
Michael E. Miller / Riptide 2.0: Jim Wyss, Miami Herald Reporter, Detained by Venezuelan Authorities
Bhavya Dore / Hindustan Times:
Tina Brown, who edited New Yorker and Newsweek, doesn't read magazines anymore — Television is dead, the newsstand finished, editors weak and journalism is in a dark, uncertain place, says Tina Brown, the woman who edited the New Yorker, Vanity Fair and Newsweek.
Discussion: The Wrap, The New York Observer, FishbowlNY, The Huffington Post, Pastebin, @benjysarlin, @sconsetcapital, @tcarmody, @dylanbyers, @abeaujon, @joepompeo and @zekejmiller
Sara Morrison / The Wrap: Tina Brown Slams Journalism, Says It's Having a ‘Very, Very Pathetic Moment’
Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke / The New York Observer: Tina Brown Doesn't Read Magazines Anymore
Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY: Tina Brown is Grumpy
Catherine Taibi / The Huffington Post: Tina Brown Says Journalism Is Having A ‘Very, Very Pathetic Moment’
Benjy Sarlin / @benjysarlin: In the future, the business model for news will be socialites flying around the world to hear reporters in person http://www.hindustantimes.com/ ...
Timothy Connolly CFA / @sconsetcapital: Tina Browns gona Tina Brown.
Tim Carmody / @tcarmody: When I read Tina Brown thinks magazines' downfall was tossing aside journalism for shallow ad plays I want to show her Wyckyd Sceptre videos
Andrew Beaujon / @abeaujon: Tina Brown: “The digital explosion has been so explosive” http://www.hindustantimes.com/ ...
Joe Pompeo / @joepompeo: my eyes can't roll enough RT @TheWrap: Tina Brown Slams Journalism, Says It's Having a ‘Very, Very Pathetic Moment’ http://bit.ly/19L9SmF
Jordan Crook / TechCrunch:
iHeartRadio Tops 40 Million Registered Users — iHeartRadio, Clear Channel's digital radio service, has today announced that it has topped 40 million registered users and 260 million downloads since relaunching in September 2011. Though the milestone is significant, it's worth noting …
Discussion: Radio & Television …, NetNewsCheck Latest, MediaPost, Wall Street Journal and Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal: iHeartRadio Surpasses 40 Million Registered Users and 260 Million App Downloads
NPR's Brian Boyer on Building and Managing News Apps Teams — Process, hiring, and what it takes to make it in newsroom code — As part of our one-year anniversary series, we're interviewing news apps and interactive features editors about the history of their teams, the challenges they face …
Tim Carmody / Hazlitt:
What's Missing in Keller and Greenwald's Future of Journalism — Last week, Bill Keller did a funny thing. The former executive editor and current Op-Ed columnist for the New York Times, as authoritative and oracular as he is moderate and guarded, opened up a space for pointed …
Discussion: @jayrosen_nyu, @ggreenwald and @tcarmody
Jay Rosen / @jayrosen_nyu: @tcarmody Well done, Tim. Which is not to say that I sign on to all of it. But well done.
Glenn Greenwald / @ggreenwald: @tcarmody Still not sure how much I agree with what you wrote but it's very smart, thoughtful and thought-provoking http://www.randomhouse.ca/...
Tim Peterson / AdAge:
Jason Kilar Poaches Another Key Hulu Exec For ‘Fremont Project’ — The Fremont Project Said to Be Focused on Mobile Video — Former Hulu CEO Jason Kilar is raiding the video service once again for talent. — This time he's bringing Hulu's VP-product Lonn Lee aboard his secretive startup The Fremont Project.
Janko Roettgers / Gigaom: Jason Kilar's secretive Fremont Project nabs more Hulu talent
Mike Shields / Adweek:
Google and Nielsen Partner on Online Campaign Ratings [Updated] — As part of the ongoing quest to get more TV dollars to Web video, buyers and sellers are suddenly in love with old school metrics like ratings and GRPs. Over the past year few months, many brands and agencies have been insisting …
Discussion: @niemanlab and AdExchanger
Robert Andrews / Beet.tv:
Time Inc To Launch Mobile Video Content Channel — Soon to be spun out from Time Warner, magazine publisher Time Inc will launch a mobile-specific video brand by year's end. “You'll see something from over the next four to six weeks - a video-only offering in mobile,” …
Perry Chiaramonte / Fox News:
New York's top court to rule on Fox journalist's bid to protect sources — A FoxNews.com reporter facing potential jail for not revealing the sources of her reporting on Aurora, Col., gunman James Holmes will appear before New York State's top court next week in a bid to quash a subpoena requiring her to testify in the case.
Discussion: Mediaite, @shannonbream and Big News Network.com
Noah Rothman / Mediaite: Fox Reporter Jana Winter Hopes to Avoid Jail for Protecting Sources in Testimony Before NY Court
Shannon Bream / @shannonbream: Important story on freedom of the press, reporter protections and our @FoxNews colleague, Jana Winter - http://www.foxnews.com/...
Jacob Kastrenakes / The Verge:
Marvel creating four superhero shows exclusively for Netflix, premiering in 2015 — Marvel is creating four live-action superhero series that will air exclusively on Netflix beginning in 2015. The first of the TV series will focus on Daredevil, while the following series will star Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, and Luke Cage.
Discussion: Hollywood Reporter, FilmDrunk, New York Times, App Advice and Inside TV
Hilary Lewis / Hollywood Reporter: Netflix Orders Four Original Marvel Series
Vince Mancini / FilmDrunk: Marvel Partnering with Netflix for Daredevil, Iron Fist, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones serieses
Brooks Barnes / New York Times: Theme Parks and Movies Propel Profit at Disney
Bryan M. Wolfe / App Advice: Four Original Live Action Superhero Series From Marvel Are Coming To Netflix In 2015
Hillary Busis / Inside TV: Netflix, Disney partner for live-action series starring Daredevil, Luke Cage
Joe Flint / Los Angeles Times:
Netflix-Marvel deal leaves Hulu without superheroes
Netflix-Marvel deal leaves Hulu without superheroes