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9:15 PM ET, November 11, 2013

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Ted Johnson / Variety:
News Corp Reports 3% Drop in Revenue in First Quarter  —  News Corp, the recently spun off publishing side of Rupert Murdoch's media empire, reported that its revenue fell in the first quarter of its fiscal 2014, due to lower advertising revenue and foreign exchange fluctuations.
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Samuel Rubenfeld / Risk & Compliance:
News Corp Spends $40 Million on UK Newspaper Scandal  —  The new News Corp, in its first quarterly earnings statement, said it spent $40 million on costs tied to an ongoing investigation into a series of scandals arising out of misconduct at a now-defunct tabloid the company formerly owned.
Discussion: @joanneleon
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
In first ‘new’ News Corp. earnings call, lower numbers and a shift to mobile  —  News Corp. executives are touting mobile as a major growth area for the company, which in its current configuration has now been publicly traded for approximately four months following a corporate split …
Discussion: @joepompeo
Darren Davidson / The Australian:
News Corp boosts Q1 income to $38m despite revenue dip  —  NEWS Corporation has reported a 3 per cent decrease in revenues in the companyÂ's inaugural quarterly result, and net income of $38 million compared with a net loss of $83 million in the prior year.
mUmBRELLA:   News Corp's Australian newspapers sees 22 per cent revenue drop
Matthew Lynch / Capital New York:
Hugo Lindgren is out as editor of ‘The New York Times Magazine’  —  Hugo Lindgren is leaving his position as editor of The New York Times Magazine at the end of the year, Capital has learned.  —  There's no word yet on plans for a successor.  —  Rumors of a change at the paper's glossy Sunday supplement leaked out this afternoon.
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
‘CJR’ preparing to name new editor-in-chief  —  Columbia Journalism Review, the media-industry bible whose top masthead slot has been vacant since the spring, is expected to announce a new editor-in-chief soon.  —  Sources familiar with the process told Capital that the search had recently focused …
Discussion: @romenesko and @jpodhoretz
Dylan Byers / Politico:
Nathan Richardson out at AOL  —  Nathan Richardson, the Internet executive who co-founded Sen. Cory Booker's troubled tech start-up Waywire, is stepping down as president of AOL Live just two-and-a-half months after getting the job, POLITICO has learned.  —  Richardson joined AOL in late August …
Discussion: TechCrunch and Variety
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Yahoo Video Head Erin McPherson Heads for Maker Studios, the Giant YouTube Network  —  Erin McPherson, the Yahoo executive who has been in charge of the portal's video efforts, is leaving the company.  She's going to Maker Studios, the giant YouTube network that's trying to build a business outside of the world's biggest video site.
Brooks Barnes / New York Times:
A Co-President Quits Disney's Video Game and Web Unit  —  LOS ANGELES — John Pleasants, the hard-charging co-president of Disney's video game and web division, announced his resignation on Monday, effective immediately, although he will continue as a consultant for a while.
Discussion: Polygon
Alex Pham / Billboard:
NMPA Targets Unlicensed Lyric Sites, Rap Genius Among 50 Sent Take-Down Notices  —  The National Music Publishers Association on Monday fired an opening salvo at lyric sites that it believes have not obtained licenses to publish those lyrics, including Rap Genius, a high-flying New York startup …
Emil Protalinski / The Next Web:
Microsoft revamps Bing Music Video Search with inline results from YouTube, Vimeo, MTV, Artist Direct, and more  —  Microsoft today launched a completely revamped version of Bing's search section for music videos.  The company says it has been built from the ground up to simplify exploring …
Felix Salmon:
Content economics, part 4: scale  —  The big blog news of the day is that Vox Media has acquired Curbed Network.  Why is the news so big?  Because, until now, if a major blog property was sold, it was always sold to some media giant — more often than not, AOL — which wanted …
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Jessi Hempel / Fortune:
Vox Media acquires Curbed Network for $20-30M
Christine Haughney / New York Times:
Preserving Venerable Forbes Brand, With an Aggressive Digital Drive  —  On a recent fall afternoon, Steve Forbes held court as master of ceremonies at a Forbes-hosted health care summit, entertaining an auditorium of chief executives and physicians, and trading firm handshakes at a cocktail reception that followed.
Discussion: MediaPost, @steveforbesceo and @carr2n, Thanks:@steverubel
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
‘60 Minutes’ Benghazi Apology Leaves Key Questions Unanswered  —  NEW YORK — “60 Minutes” correspondent Lara Logan apologized Sunday night for her discredited Oct. 27 report featuring an “eyewitness” account of the Benghazi terrorist attack that proved to be false.  —  But “60 Minutes” doesn't need to apologize anymore.
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‘60 Minutes’ Airs Apology on Benghazi
 
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Brendan Nyhan / Columbia Journalism Review:
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Robert Channick / Chicago Tribune:
Tribune Co. revenue slips in 3Q, cites low radio, TV ratings for Cubs, Sox
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