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11:15 AM ET, November 28, 2010


 Top News: 
Financial Times:
Old media tackle the challenge of the tablet  —  Richard Branson, Rupert Murdoch's rival in UK pay television, has joined mix of speculation in the world of tablets
Discussion: The Now/ledge, Thanks:tim
Joe Pompeo / Yahoo! News:
Three tablet-based media ventures preparing for take-off  —  As the old journalism adage goes: two's a coincidence, three's a trend, and three marks the number of forthcoming editorial launches tailored specifically for owners of the iPad and other mobile devices.
Discussion: J-Source
The Independent:
‘Journalists must never betray a source, even a mass murderer’  —  Two filmmakers tell Andrew Johnson why they're standing by a promise to Pol Pot's chief killer  —  Which is more important, the story or the source?  It is an age-old journalistic dilemma.
The Independent:
The Feral Beast: No more Google for Murdoch staff  —  Rupert Murdoch is so bent on blocking Google's world domination he has stopped his own staff using it.  —  Sunday Times journos moving into new offices last week found their computer home pages set to Bing, a little-known new search engine …
Discussion: Runnin' Scared
Felix Gillette / Business Week:
Don Draper's Revenge  —  Everyone is waiting for Omnicom, Interpublic, WPP, and Publicis to fade away.  But these lumbering advertising behemoths have advantages over smaller, cutting-edge firms  —  John Seifert, the chairman of Ogilvy & Mather North America, shakes his head.
Discussion: AdPulp
Patrick Wintour / Guardian:
Expected WikiLeaks disclosures prompts warning for editors  —  Government issues defence advisory notice to remind newspaper editors about their responsibility over leaked documents  —  David Cameron and other world leaders were being briefed by the US state department about what American diplomats fear …
Why Tech Journalists should become Tech Entrepreneurs … For a little more than a year I've been an occassional contributor to TechCrunch Europe and there are several things I've learned.  I am miles away from being a professional journalist, largely due to the fact that I've never went …
Dominic Ponsford / Editor's Blog:
Mail Online's meagre revenue dwarfed by turnover from Associated's print businesses  —  I was pretty revved up about the online future of the UK's national press after Mail Online publisher Martin Clarke's barn-storming Society of Editors speech last week.  —  He said his website was poised …
Discussion: Media Money
Claire Atkinson / New York Post:
Vevo is gearing up for global expansion  —  Tweet  —  With 12 months of operations and steady growth under its belt, Vevo is staffing up and setting its sights on a global rollout of its music video service in 2011.  —  “Because it has been so successful. . .Vevo is accelerating plans,” …
How Investigative Journalism Is Prospering in the Age of Social Media … In a society that is more connected than ever, investigative journalists that were once shrouded in mystery are now taking advantage of their online community relationships to help scour documents and uncover potential wrongs.
Boston Globe:
Vineyard Gazette sold to retired KKR co-founder Kohlberg  —  Mark Alan Lovewell/Vineyard Gazette Photo  —  Vineyard Gazette editor Julia Wells (left) stands next to the paper's new owners, Jerry Kohlberg and his wife, Nancy Kohlberg.  —  By Beth Healy, Globe Staff
Discussion: Romenesko
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