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8:45 AM ET, October 28, 2011

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Jay Rosen / Pressthink:
Lefty journalism professor tries to discredit the Tea Party by passing along sensational footage to his buddies at the Times!!!  —  Yesterday I was the target of a “sting” operation by right wing trickster James O'Keefe.  I will tell you what happened.  —  But first, here is the product of that sting …
Discussion: Poynter, Erik Wemple and Mediaite
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Joel B. Pollak / Big Journalism:
New O'Keefe Video: Jay Rosen, Clay Shirky Discuss How the New York Times Promoted Obama, Protected Occupy
Discussion: @andrewbreitbart
Keach Hagey / On Media's Blog:
NYT says target of O'Keefe sting didn't work for them
Jerry Barmash / FishbowlNY:
Cuts, Changes Come to Financial Video Service, Reuters Insider  —  It's been 17 months since Thomson Reuters debuted an online financial video news service, available to Reuters subscribers.  —  However, much like the recent layoffs dotting the radio landscape, (Cumulus, Clear Channel) …
Discussion: Future of Journalism
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Todd A. Heywood / The American Independent:
Laid off Gannett reporter turns occupy protester, feels burned by CEO's $37 mil pay
Discussion: Future of Journalism
AllAccess.com:
Hundreds Cut By Clear Channel Yesterday
Discussion: The New York Observer
Emma Bazilian / Adweek:
Netflix Takes Up a Third of Internet Bandwidth Traffic shifting from computers to connected devices  —  Netflix may have lost 800,000 subscribers last quarter, but there are still more than enough streaming fans left over to hog nearly a third of peak Internet bandwidth.
Discussion: Digits and Bloomberg
Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Cyborg no more!  The BBC moves to human-edited Twitter feeds  —  Move over, auto-tweets: This week, the BBC has switched its @BBCNews Twitter feed to all-human curation.  (One small step for a news feed; one giant leap for newsfeedkind.)  —  It's a lot like the experiment The New York Times tried …
Steve Green / Las Vegas Sun:
Righthaven ordered to pay nearly $120,000 in attorney fees, court costs  —  Newspaper copyright infringement lawsuit filer Righthaven LLC of Las Vegas was hit Wednesday with an order to pay $119,488 in attorney's fees and costs in its failed lawsuit against former federal prosecutor Thomas DiBiase.
Discussion: Ars Technica, WebProNews and Poynter
Joe Flint / Company Town:
DirecTV takes fight with News Corp. to the FCC  —  Satellite broadcaster DirecTV has taken its fight with News Corp. to the federal government.  —  The two sides are at odds over a new distribution agreement that would keep News Corp.-owned cable channels including FX on DirecTV.
Discussion: Adweek and Multichannel
Carolyn Kellogg / Jacket Copy:
Agent Ira Silverberg said to be new NEA literature director  —  Agent Ira Silverberg is leaving Sterling Lord Literistic to become the National Endowment for the Arts literature director, according to an email obtained by the publishing industry newsletter Publishers Lunch.
Eriq Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:
Obama Administration Mulls Changes to Copyright Rules (Analysis)  —  New radical proposals that may shape the future of media include a small claims court for copyright disputes, new registration methods for blogs and crowdsourcing a digitization of the current card catalogue system.
Tom Krazit / paidContent:
Wikimedia Doubles Down On Mobile With Wikipedia Zero, Carrier Appeals  —  After years of employing an ad-hoc community-driven approach to mobile, one of the world's biggest Web sites is going mobile in a much more organized way.  Wikimedia Foundation is currently pitching deals involving …
Discussion: MediaNama
Mac Engel / The Big Mac Blog:
ESPN shouldn't bother with Poynter, an ombudsman & quit faking journalism  —  It is cute to see ESPN play journalism and employ the nationally renowned Poynter Institute to act as its journalism watchdog and ombudsman.  This is a mammoth organization that stands for Entertainment Sports Programming Network.
Julie Moos / Poynter:
Longtime Washington Post exec Bo Jones to MacNeil/Lehrer  —  After more than three decades with The Washington Post, Bo Jones will become President and CEO of MacNeil/Lehrer Productions, which produces “PBS Newshour.”  Jones, who is currently chairman of The Washington Post …
Amir Efrati / Wall Street Journal:
YouTube Close to Announcing Video ‘Channels’  —  Google Inc.'s YouTube is expected to announce as early as next week that it has signed a slew of partnerships with media companies and well-known personalities to produce original content for the popular video website, said people familiar with the matter.
Lawrence Pintak / CJR:
POWs, Dead Dictators, and Journalistic Ethics  —  Would any journalist have turned down the opportunity to interview Gilad Shalit?  —  The young Iranian prisoner was no more than fourteen, still caked with a thick layer of dust from the battlefield.  He was among thousands of old men …
Dorian Benkoil / MediaShift:
E-Book Publishers Must Provide Flexible Access to Avoid ‘Media Hell’  —  This week on MediaShift, we are exploring the dramatically changing publishing industry in our Beyond the Book special series.  Stay tuned for more pieces like this one in the coming days.
Eric Jackson / Forbes:
David Kenny Won't Be the Next CEO of Yahoo!  —  David Kenny stepped down as President of Akamai (AKAM) yesterday at the same time the company reported good numbers that caused the stock to jump 14% after-hours.  —  As Kenny's on the Yahoo! (YHOO) board, his departure has caused some to wonder …
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Garett Sloane / New York Post:   Kenny in Yahoo! leader loop
 
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Discussion: Business Insider and Free Press