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1:55 PM ET, March 14, 2012

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Rachel McAthy / Journalism.co.uk:
Police release six arrested by Operation Weeting on bail  —  All six people arrested by Operation Weeting on Tuesday, reported to include Rebekah Brooks and her husband, have now been released on bail  —  Metropolitan police said all six have been bailed ‘to return pending further inquiries’ in April
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Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Neville Thurlbeck, former chief reporter of News of the World, is re-arrested
Discussion: Journalism.co.uk
London Evening Standard:   Murdoch and son get ready to face Leveson
Press Gazette:   Guardian crime reporter warns of police ‘over-reaction’
Christopher Hope / Telegraph:   Horsegate: Questions about whether Rebekah Brooks, not Charlie, is David Cameron's real friend
Reuters:   Murdoch UK paper editor “told me to bribe police”
Dan Sabbagh / Guardian:
Phone hacking: Rupert Murdoch says Sun investigation is almost over
Discussion: Guardian
Julie Bosman / Media Decoder:
After 244 Years, Encyclopaedia Britannica Stops the Presses  —  After 244 years, the Encyclopaedia Britannica is going out of print.  —  Those coolly authoritative, gold-lettered sets of reference books that were once sold door to door by a fleet of traveling salesmen and displayed …
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Jim Romenesko:
A former Britannica editor on the print edition's demise  —  After reading the news about Encyclopaedia Britannica ending its print edition after 244 years, I asked former Britannica.com editor Charlie Madigan if he wanted to share his thoughts with Romenesko readers.
Associated Press:
Encyclopaedia Britannica to stop publishing print editions, will continue digital versions
Discussion: Mashable!
Greg Sandoval / CNET:
No injunctions in sight, so Aereo lives  —  The Web streaming service that delivers over-the-air TV broadcasts went live today though ABC, CBS, NBC and other networks sued to try and stop the launch.  —  New Yorkers can watch live broadcast TV via the Web starting today.
Discussion: Wired
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Ben Popper / VentureBeat:
As legal battle with TV networks escalates, Aereo launches in New York.  We tested the service.  It rocks  —  I'm sitting in my office (by which I mean my kitchen) watching Rachel Ray on my iPad and Kathy Lee on my laptop.  These aren't clips or day or old episodes.
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
NewsRight lands its first licensing deal  —  Two months after opening for business, NewsRight, the news licensing agency created by the Associated Press and 28 other news organizations, has its first client.  —  It's not Huffington Post or Google News or Flipboard.
Discussion: paidContent and The Wrap
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
BSkyB probe to include Netflix and LoveFilm  —  Competition Commission extends deadline for final report until July to to take into account changes in the movie market  —  BSkyB's battle to retain its stranglehold on Hollywood films on pay-TV has been given a potential boost …
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
‘New York Times’ names SmartMoney.com founder Marc Frons its chief information officer  —  The New York Times Co. has named Marc Frons its chief information officer.  —  Frons previously served as the Times Media Group's chief technology officer of digital operations.
Ethan Smith / Wall Street Journal:
Billboard Gets Digital Update  —  Trade Magazine's Hot 100 List Will Now Include Data From Music Services Like Spotify, Rdio  —  Billboard magazine's Hot 100 songs chart is getting a digital makeover, though readers might not notice much of a difference when the weekly list is released on Wednesday.
Reuters:
BBC suffers cyber-attack following Iran campaign  —  (Reuters) - The BBC has suffered a sophisticated cyber-attack following a campaign by Iranian authorities against its Persian service, director-general Mark Thompson said on Wednesday.  —  Thompson also reported attempts to jam satellite feeds …
Kurt Opsahl / Electronic Frontier Foundation:
Court Declares Newspaper Excerpt on Online Forum is a Non-Infringing Fair Use  —  Late Friday, the federal district court in Nevada issued a declaratory judgment that makes is harder for copyright holders to file lawsuits over excerpts of material and burden online forums and their users with nuisance lawsuits.
Greg Sandoval / CNET:
Google's entertainment strategy is in disarray  —  Google Music no longer exists as a standalone service.  Google TV was an embarrassment.  YouTube may lose music videos next year.  Sources say not everybody at YouTube and Android is pulling in the same direction.
 
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Steven Greenhouse / Media Decoder:
Former Intern at ‘Charlie Rose’ Sues, Alleging Wage Law Violations
Robin Wauters / The Next Web:
Amazon inks deal with Discovery to bolster its Netflix rival
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Ken Ellingwood / Los Angeles Times:
Mexican lawmakers back broader protections for journalists
Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
Yahoo!-ABC News Tie-up Dominates Online Video News by Wide Margins, comScore
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Kony2012: new media success story or cautionary tale?
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Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
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Collier's Attempts Comeback
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Dylan Byers / Politico:
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HuffPost snags NBC, NJ online editors
Jeremy Scahill / The Nation:
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