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3:25 PM ET, July 5, 2011

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Reuters:
DSK accuser sues NY Post for “prostitute” report  —  (Reuters) - The hotel maid who accused former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn of sexual assault sued the New York Post and four of its reporters for libel on Tuesday for reporting that she was a prostitute.
Nick Davies / Guardian:
Phone hacking: Glenn Mulcaire blames ‘relentless pressure’ by NoW for actions  —  Private investigator says sorry for hurt and upset caused while under a constant demand for results from newspaper  —  The private investigator at the centre of the News of the World phone-hacking scandal …
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Georgina Prodhan / Reuters:
New hacking allegation piles pressure on Murdoch  —  (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron led a chorus of condemnation on Tuesday over allegations a top-selling British newspaper from Rupert Murdoch's global media empire hacked the voicemail of a missing schoolgirl who was later found murdered.
Guardian:
News of the World hacked Dowler's voicemail
John Koblin / WWD:
Memo Pad: Bieber's Vanity Fair Cover Bombs... New Men's Style Quarterly...  BIEBER BOMBS: Note to magazine editors: Think twice before booking Justin Bieber.  —  Vanity Fair's February Bieber cover is on track to become the worst-selling issue for the Condé Nast monthly in 12 years …
Steve Myers / Poynter:
How news sites could improve accountability by tracking story changes, but probably won't  —  Web publishing has spawned a parlor game for media reporters, partisan bloggers and others who closely follow the news: finding stuff that's been deleted or changed on news sites and figuring out why.
Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
What Google+ adds to news  —  To paraphrase Mark Zuckerberg, it is too soon to know what Google+ is.  But I've been trying to imagine how it will and won't be useful to news.  You should add rock salt to anything I say, as I thought Google Wave would be an important journalistic tool.
Lucia Moses / Adweek:
‘Vogue’ Reigns on Newsstand  —  It's no secret that magazines' newsstand sales have been dismal.  But Anna Wintour's Vogue has been bucking the trend, and not by a little.  —  For the first five months of the year, newsstand sales for the Condé Nast title have averaged 370,000 …
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Alex Howard / O'Reilly Radar:
Data journalism, data tools, and the newsroom stack  —  MIT's recent Civic Media Conference and the latest batch of Knight News Challenge winners made one reality crystal clear: as a new era of technology-fueled transparency, innovation and open government dawns, it won't depend on any single CIO or federal program.
Brett Pulley / Bloomberg:
Sun Valley Moguls Shift From Acquisitions to Sales to Refine Media Models  —  Media executives gather at Allen & Co.'s Sun Valley conference this week looking to shed assets such as the Hulu LLC video website and G4 game channel amid a declining global stock market and slowing economic growth.
Discussion: The Wire
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Jessica E. Vascellaro / Wall Street Journal:
Big Media Brace for Clouds As They Meet in Sun Valley
Discussion: Company Town
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Netflix to launch service in Latin America  —  Netflix, the streaming video service based in Los Gatos, California is going to launch its service in 43 countries throughout Latin America and the Caribbean later this year.  Netflix had launched the service in Canada last year and it is part of company's plans to expand internationally.
Newsosaur / Reflections of a Newsosaur:
Why newspapers can't stop the presses  —  With newspaper ad sales falling at an unexpectedly abrupt rate, many publishers at mid-year were laying off staff, requiring unpaid furloughs, consolidating plants and taking other measures to buttress their bottom lines.
Discussion: Poynter and Editors Weblog
Emma Hall / AdAge:
Slovakian Publishers' Paywall Appears to Be Success  —  Unique Visitors to Most Publications Have Increased Since Introduction  —  When nine of Slovakia's leading news organizations went behind a collective paywall in May, the world's eyes turned on this small eastern European country and waited impatiently for the public's response.
Lauren Indvik / Mashable!:
iPhone Photography Finds Its Way Into Print [PICS]  —  It's not just iPhone-created art that's making its way into magazines. iPhone photography is beginning to make somewhat frequent appearances as well.  —  The latest of these is an eight-page spread in Everyday Food magazine.
Discussion: Future of Journalism, Thanks:laureni
Andy Plesser / Beet.TV:
“There is a Dark Side” to Online Video Advertising, Adap.tv President  —  While most of the online video ecosystem is fine, “there is a dark side,” where some companies artificially increase view rates, while others place inventory in unwanted locations, says Toby Gabriner, President of Adap.tv.
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Condé Nast's Scott Dadich on reinventing mags for the iPad and why partnering with Apple matters  —  As the man tasked with giving new life to magazines on new platforms for Condé Nast, Scott Dadich says there are some things, old-school things, that don't change whether you're dealing with print or tablets.
 
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