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12:15 PM 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 …
Julian Ryall / Telegraph:
North Korea's undercover journalists reveal misery of life in dictatorship  —  With its ruthless dictator, network of forced labour camps and iron grip of its ruling party, North Korea is the last country one might expect to see a middle-aged woman berating a policeman for demanding a bribe.
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 …
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,” …
Discussion: The Local and
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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