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10:30 AM ET, November 26, 2014

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Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
The Sun's Whitehall editor not guilty of making unlawful payments to public official  —  Clodagh Hartley cleared by Old Bailey jury of arranging unlawful payments of £18,000 for stories which included details of the budget  —  A senior journalist on the Sun's political team has walked free …
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Mail Online revenues grow 41% to £62m in 2014  —  Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday's continuing decline in advertising and sales offset by digital platform's increases  —  Mail Online has grew revenues by more than 40% to £62m in 2014, almost completely offsetting the advertising …
Danny Hakim / New York Times:
European MP urging breakup of Google counsels law firm that represented German Magazine Publishers association, earns $15-75K annually from it  —  European Legislator Urging the Breakup of Google Has Ties to a Law Firm  —  Andreas Schwab, a German member of the European Parliament …
Discussion: The Loop
David Gilbert / International Business Times:
EU pushes Google to obey right to be forgotten requests from EU residents worldwide, including .com domains  —  EU Regulators Want ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Ruling Extended to Google.com  —  Regulators in Brussels have announced they believe links removed from search engines under …
Natalie Jarvey / Hollywood Reporter:
Comedy Central, Nickelodeon Head to Google Chromecast  —  The streaming video stick has added seven new apps  —  Google is boosting content on its Chromecast streaming stick ahead of the holiday season.  The company announced Tuesday that it has added seven new apps including Comedy Central, Nickelodeon and Sesame Street Go.
Discussion: Google Chrome Blog
Lilian Lin / Wall Street Journal:
As China Cracks Down on Illegal Videos, Lovers of Foreign TV Mourn … Chinese film and TV show buffs who love foreign flicks mourned this week after the launch of a new anti-piracy crackdown.  —  Shooter.cn, a local site that offers Chinese and English subtitles for pirated overseas online content, was shut down over the weekend.
Hollywood Reporter:
Vimeo earned more in 2 days for High Maintenance than potentially 2 years of YouTube ad sales  —  Vimeo Charging $8 for Six Episodes of ‘High Maintenance’  —  The company is continuing to test the pay model with the project it picked up from FX  —  A version of this story first appeared …
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Slingbox Melds YouTube with Pay-TV Services  —  Sling Media has upgraded the guide for its high-end SlingTV and Slingbox 500 place-shifting devices to bring YouTube videos — in resolution up to 1080p HD — delivered in an integrated way alongside live cable or satellite TV channels.
Discussion: Multichannel News
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
UK recording industry seeks review of law allowing fans to copy music  —  Copyright legislation permits people who have legally purchased music to make duplicates, prompting legal action from industry bodies  —  The UK music industry is seeking a judicial review of new legislation allowing music fans …
Discussion: Press Association
Jeremy Barr / Capital New York:
First Look Media ends ‘Racket’ project, fires staff  —  First Look Media has decided to pull the plug on “Racket,” its would-be digital magazine, and to fire the staff that had been hired for the project.  —  “Racket,” which was to train a humorous eye on political and corporate corruption, never got off the ground.
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First Look Media:
The team Matt Taibbi hired at First Look Media is being let go
Alex Weprin / Capital New York:
BuzzFeed passes $100M in revenue for 2014, promises staff Apple Watches if traffic goals hit  —  Buzzfeed passes $100 M. in revenue for 2014  —  Buzzfeed hit $100 million in revenue for 2014 “earlier this year,” according to an email sent by C.E.O. Jonah Peretti to staff at the company.
Mark Wilson / BetaNews:
GreatFire.org and BBC punch uncensored news through the Great Firewall of China  —  The Great Firewall of China is renowned for the restrictions it places on what Chinese citizens can access online.  Free speech advocates have long called for the Chinese government to allow access to the wider web …
Discussion: Slate
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
NYT editor Dean Baquet's newsroom memo on the hiring of Kinsey Wilson  —  Times firms up digital leadership with Kinsey Wilson  —  The New York Times has scooped up an NPR refugee to lead digital transformation in its newsroom.  —  Kinsey Wilson, the chief content officer ousted from NPR last month …
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New York Times Company:
New York Times names former senior NPR exec Kinsey Wilson as editor, innovation and strategy
 
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Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
Sir Ray Tindle launches four new local newspapers for London reviving three centuries-old titles
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Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
Mobile phone records of 1,700 News UK staff supplied to Met Police after Vodafone blunder
James Bradshaw / Canadian Press:
Former radio host Jian Ghomeshi withdraws $55-million lawsuit against CBC
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Abigail Edge / Journalism.co.uk:
Former AP social media and UGC editor Fergus Bell joins verification startup SAM
Jeremy Barr / Capital New York:
Former Gawker Editor AJ Daulerio launches Ratter, a network local tabloid network, on Gawker's Kinja platform