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3:10 AM ET, July 18, 2011

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Wall Street Journal:
News and Its Critics  —  A tabloid's excesses don't tarnish thousands of other journalists.  —  When News Corp. and CEO Rupert Murdoch secured enough shares to buy Dow Jones & Co. four years ago, these columns welcomed our new owner and promised to stand by the same standards and principles we always had.
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Guardian:
Brooks arrested over hacking allegations  —  Spokesman for Rebekah Brooks says she did not know she was going to be arrested when she handed in her resignation  —  Rebekah Brooks has been arrested by police investigating allegations of phone hacking by the News of the World and allegations …
David Carr / New York Times:
Troubles That Money Can't Dispel  —  “Bury your mistakes,” Rupert Murdoch is fond of saying.  But some mistakes don't stay buried, no matter how much money you throw at them.  —  Time and again in the United States and elsewhere, Mr. Murdoch's News Corporation has used blunt force spending …
Ken Auletta / News Desk:
What Murdoch Faces Now  —  For nearly two weeks, Rupert Murdoch and his people have claimed that the newspaper scandal in London was caused by a few rotten apples.  Now that a very large apple, Rebekah Brooks, has been arrested, it is clear that it is the entire barrel that is rotten.
Mohammed Abbas / Reuters:
Top police chief resigns over phone hacking  —  (Reuters) - Senior police chief Paul Stephenson, London's police commissioner, resigned on Sunday over allegations about the police's handling of phone hacking investigations.  —  In a statement he read to TV news channels …
Joe Nocera / New York Times:
The Journal Becomes Fox-ified  —  It's official.  The Wall Street Journal has been Fox-ified.  —  It took Rupert Murdoch only three and a half years to get there, starting with the moment he acquired the paper from the dysfunctional Bancroft family in December 2007, a purchase that was completed …
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
WSJ To News Corp. Critics: STFU  —  How did the Wall Street Journal, led by Rupert Murdoch's hand-picked Managing Editor Robert Thomson, follow up on the resignation of its publisher and the arrest of former top News Corp (NSDQ: NWS). exec Rebekah Brooks?  With some standard news stories …
The Daily Beast:
Succession Drama at WSJ  —  Now the Murdoch scandal has claimed Dow Jones' CEO.  That has the Journal newsroom worrying they could end up working for a controversial Rupert henchman.  By Nick Summers.  —  As the British wing of the News Corp. media empire imploded this month under the weight …
Guardian:
Murdochs ‘in family fallout’ over crisis  —  Biographer claims Elisabeth Murdoch's outburst was directed not just at Rebekah Brooks but also her brother James  —  Tensions at the heart of Rupert Murdoch's empire are threatening to explode into the open amid claims that the media mogul's children are turning on each other.
Don Van Natta Jr / New York Times:
Taint From Tabloids Rubs Off on a Cozy Scotland Yard  —  LONDON — For nearly four years they lay piled in a Scotland Yard evidence room, six overstuffed plastic bags gathering dust and little else.  —  Inside was a treasure-trove of evidence: 11,000 pages of handwritten notes listing nearly …
Daniel Boffey / Guardian:
Lawyers and PR experts drill Rupert Murdoch before parliamentary grilling
Reuters:
Special Report: Inside Rebekah Brooks' News of the World
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Sam Schechner / Wall Street Journal:
CNN, HLN to Stream on Web  —  Time Warner Networks Make Internet Simulcasts Available to Pay-TV Subscribers  —  Time Warner Inc. is increasing the number of TV channels and programs it pipes over the Internet to people who have conventional pay-TV subscriptions, as the television business …
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Carole Cadwalladr / Guardian:
The man who made YouTube clever  —  With his TED Talks series, the former magazine mogul Chris Anderson has racked up 500 million web video views for speeches by academics and technological experts.  But that, he says, is only the start of an educational revolution
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Bostonia:
News Without End  —  It's a rainy spring morning in midtown Manhattan, and on the sixth floor of the futuristic glass skyscraper known as Bloomberg Tower, Andy Lack is listening, energetically, as a half-dozen producers run through a short list of potential guests for Bloomberg West …
 
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