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12:00 AM ET, December 19, 2010

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Jim Romenesko / Poynter Online:
Memo: 'Gawker tech team didn't adequately secure our platform'  —  “On several fronts — technically, as well as customer support and communication — we found ourselves unprepared to handle this eventuality,” says Gawker chief technology officer Thomas Plunkett's memo to staff.
Discussion: Runnin' Scared
Keach Hagey / The Politico:
Larry King producer joins D.C. firm  —  NEW YORK — “Jimmy Fallon canceled.  I'm freaking out.”  —  It's a little more than an hour before the last show of “Larry King Live” Thursday night, and the show's Washington, D.C.-based senior political producer, Eleanor McManus, has got a situation on her hands.
Discussion: Poynter.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Google To Expand And Market Movie Streaming Service In 2011  —  Google is expanding its feature film streaming service, says a source who's been briefed on the product.  The service will likely be an expansion of the current movie rental/streaming test launched by Google earlier this year.
Discussion: Electronista, SAI and GigaOM
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Study: Some Viewers Were Misinformed by TV News  —  News organizations can educate voters about public policy and economic conditions, but they can also misinform voters.  As if to prove the point, a study released Friday found that “substantial levels of misinformation” …
Kit Eaton / Fast Company:
Amazon Brings Newspapers, Magazines to Kindle Apps, Starting With Android  —  Amazon's expanding the capabilities of its Kindle apps, starting with Android, to include digital newspaper and magazines singly or in subscription form.  Just in time for the iPad “Daily” newspaper.
Discussion: Gawker, The Next Web and Engadget
Deborah Potter / NewsLab:
Data journalism central  —  The folks at the Guardian have been doing inspired work with data for several years.  Now, they've added a new data store-one stop shopping for anyone interested in making data more meaningful.  In addition to the data blog that highlights the British newspaper's own analysis …
Discussion: Editors Weblog
Andrew Wallenstein / paidContent:
Exclusive: Another Executive Exits Disney Digital: Paul Yanover  —  It's over for Paul Yanover at Disney (NYSE: DIS) Online.  The chief architect behind the rebuilding of Disney.com is leaving to “pursue new opportunities outside the company,” as he told staffers Friday morning in an internal e-mail (full memo below).
Discussion: MediaPost, Company Town and The Wrap
Michael Miner / Chicago Reader:
$180 Million Is Not Chump Change If You've Got to Give It Back  —  In the past few days I've twice been forwarded a document that my Tribune sources find pretty astonishing.  It's a list of 209 Tribune Company managers and former managers who came into quite a bit of money when Sam Zell took …
Discussion: Poynter and The Wrap
Howard Kurtz / The Daily Beast:
Mike Bloomberg's New Megaphone  —  The New York City mayor is going into the op-ed business.  Howard Kurtz on what Bloomberg wants—and how his new venture will keep hope alive for fans who want to see him in the White House.  —  Michael Bloomberg is already fabulously wealthy …
Discussion: Journalism.co.uk
Jason Fry / Nieman Journalism Lab:
A blow to content farms, Facebook's continued growth, and the continued pull of the open web  —  Editor's Note: We're wrapping up 2010 by asking some of the smartest people in journalism what the new year will bring.  Today, our predictor is Jason Fry, a familiar byline at the Lab.
Frederik Joelving / Reuters:
When the news breaks the journalist: PTSD  —  (Reuters Health) - Chris Cramer, 62, was a fledgling war correspondent when one spring day 30 years ago he got much closer to the battle than he'd ever intended.  —  Just back from Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe, his boss at the BBC had asked him to fly to Tehran …
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
Research firm offers cash for journalists' opinions  —  News reporters are supposed to keep their opinions out of their copy.  They certainly aren't supposed to sell them back to the people they cover.  —  Yet now there's a hush-hush way for journalists to turn their innermost thoughts into cold hard cash.
 
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Robert Lee Hotz / Wall Street Journal:
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Discussion: Digital Trends, AOL News and Guardian
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
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Mike Shields / Adweek:
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Dan Sabbagh / Guardian:
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Bloomberg:
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Discussion: The Next Web