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10:05 AM ET, December 7, 2011

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Reuters:
Exclusive: Verizon to take on Netflix with Web service  —  (Reuters) - Verizon Communications Inc plans to launch a standalone service allowing customers to stream movies and television shows over the Web, in a fresh challenge to Netflix Inc and the traditional cable TV business, according to several people briefed on the plan.
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Jeff Roberts / paidContent:   Netflix CEO Compares Company To Bank Of America And Oakland A's
Joel Gunter / Journalism.co.uk:
Phone hacking: Glenn Mulcaire arrested, reports suggest  —  Arrest is 18th by the Metropolitan police's phone hacking investigation Operation Weeting  —  The Metropolitan police arrested the man at an address in London at 7am today  —  Copyright: Alberto OG on Flickr.  Some rights reserved
Discussion: Guardian and Daily Mail
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Sky News:
Sky Sources: Glenn Mulcaire Held Over Hacking  —  Private investigator Glenn Mulcaire has been arrested as part of the phone-hacking inquiry, according to Sky sources.  —  Police said a 41-year-old man was arrested this morning as part of Operation Weeting.
Steve Myers / Poynter:
No live tweeting or blogging from Jerry Sandusky preliminary hearing  —  A Pennsylvania judge has set out the rules for covering Jerry Sandusky's preliminary hearing next week.  Half of the 200 or so seats in the courtroom will be reserved for media, plus another 100 in a satellite courtroom with closed-circuit video.
Discussion: PennLive.com
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Buzz Bissinger / The Daily Beast:
How Jerry Sandusky Played The New York Times in His Interview  —  The New York Times gave the ex-Penn State coach free rein to mount a pathetic defense against sexual abuse charges.  Buzz Bissinger on how the paper royally botched the story—which should never have been printed.  —  Why did Joe Amendola do it?
Curtis Cartier / The Daily Weekly:
Crystal Cox, Oregon Blogger, Isn't a Journalist, Concludes U.S. Court—Imposes $2.5 Million Judgement on Her  —  ​A U.S. District Court judge in Portland has drawn a line in the sand between “journalist” and “blogger.”  And for Crystal Cox, a woman on the latter end of that comparison, the distinction has cost her $2.5 million.
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Sean Ludwig / VentureBeat:
Flipboard launches sleek iPhone app with new ‘Cover Stories’ section  —  Popular iPad news reading application Flipboard has made the move to the iPhone and while it retains its smart and simple design, it also has added a new Cover Stories section to boot.  —  Flipboard's application …
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David Sarno / L.A. Times Tech Blog:
Flipboard CEO's new media mission: ‘crawl the social networks’
Alex Weprin / TVNewser:
T.J. Holmes Leaving CNN  —  CNN weekend anchor T.J. Holmes is leaving the cable channel at the end of the year, TVNewser has confirmed.  Richard Prince first reported the move in his daily media column.  —  Holmes began his career as a producer for KSNF in Joplin, Missouri …
David Brauer / MinnPost:
Boogaard's brain: How the New York Times got that story  —  Minnesota Wild forward Derek Boogaard, right, punching Calgary Flames forward Brian McGrattan in their fight during a December 2009 game.  —  John Branch isn't completely sure, but he thinks “Punched Out: The Life and Death of a Hockey Enforcer” …
Discussion: Poynter
Telegraph:
Andy Coulson sues News Group over refusal to pay phone hacking legal fees  —  Andy Coulson, the former News of the World editor, took his ex-employer News Group Newspapers to the High Court today over its refusal to reimburse his legal fees arising from the phone-hacking affair.
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Oliver Duff / The Independent:   Rebekah? ‘We helped choose her police station’
Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter:
The aggregator's dilemma: How do you fairly serve your readers & the sources you rely on?  —  When you aggregate content, what obligation do you have to the original source — and to readers?  —  I asked myself this question after seeing how people reacted to the events surrounding Jim Romenesko's departure …
Discussion: eMedia Vitals and AllThingsD
David Roeder / Chicago Sun Times:
Sun-Times Media online sites to begin metered pay plan  —  The Chicago Sun-Times and its sister publications in the suburbs will start charging for online access, joining the ranks of newspapers looking for new online revenue sources.  —  Access to web sites controlled by Sun-Times Media LLC …
Paul Roderick Gregory / Forbes:
A Blogger Could Start Russia's Arab Spring  —  The new face of the Russian opposition is a young whistle-blowing, shareholder activist, muckraking blogger by the name of Alexei Navalny.  At 2:15 p.m. on Monday, he called his huge internet following to a 7 p.m. demonstration at the Chistye Prudy park …
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
It's online!  Zombie ‘New York Press’ looks for recruits; owner wants it to be Bloomberg's ‘homepage’  —  Three months after shutting down the 23-year-old newspaper New York Press, the paper's publisher, Manhattan Media, is gearing up for a relaunch of the late alternative weekly's website.
Discussion: The New York Observer and Gawker
Harrison Weber / The Next Web:
New York Times's Reveal is the mirror of the future  —  Reveal, created by The NY Times Company Research & Development Lab, is a mirror platform that explores the roles information and media might play in our future routines.  According to the team:
Patrick Meighan / My Occupy LA Arrest,:
My Occupy LA Arrest, by Patrick Meighan  —  My name is Patrick Meighan, and I'm a husband, a father, a writer on the Fox animated sitcom “Family Guy”, and a member of the Unitarian Universalist Community Church of Santa Monica.  I was arrested at about 1 a.m. Wednesday morning with 291 …
Brent Lang / The Wrap:
Broadcasters Press Supreme Court to Overturn TV, Radio and Newspaper Ownership Rules  —  Broadcasters are urging the Supreme Court to loosen restrictions that prevent companies from owning newspapers, radio stations and television stations in the same market.
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Gautham Nagesh / The Hill:
Copps submits notice to resign from FCC
Discussion: rbr.com
 
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Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
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Steve Myers / Poynter:
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John Cook / Gawker:
Chris Matthews' Brother Arrested on Perjury Charges
Discussion: Philly.com and The Raw Story
James Robinson / Guardian:
Guardian journalist justifies hacking if in the public interest