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12:00 AM ET, November 15, 2011

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Lucia Moses / Adweek:
NewsBeast Brings in Mark Miller in Shakeup  —  NewsBeast has brought back longtime Newsweek vet Mark Miller to oversee editorial operations, signaling continued upheaval as the magazine-news site combo struggles to win over readers and advertisers.  —  Miller is coming back to a newly created position of editorial operations director.
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Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
Publisher and Two Top Editors Are Out at Newsweek/Daily Beast  —  The publisher and managing editor of Newsweek and The Daily Beast are leaving their jobs, two high-level departures that signal distress inside the company as it struggles to turn its fortunes around.
Alan Cowell / New York Times:
British Judge Investigates Journalistic Practices  —  LONDON — After the phone hacking scandal that has seared its way through Rupert Murdoch's newspapers in this country, a senior British judge opened an inquiry on Monday into the way journalists operate and the elusive balance between press freedom and individual rights to privacy.
Discussion: Guardian and @jamesro47
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Adrian Croft / Reuters:
James Murdoch “kept in dark” on hacking: report  —  (Reuters) - News Corp's James Murdoch was “kept in the dark” about the scale of phone hacking at the News of the World by his subordinates who tried to manage the problem, the newspaper's former chief reporter said on Monday.
Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
News Corp.: Review in Australia Found No Evidence of Phone Hacking
Discussion: ABC News
Georgina Prodhan / Reuters:   Press probe says more papers may have phone-hacked
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Chelsea Clinton's Hiring At NBC News Prompts Skeptical Reactions From Media  —  NEW YORK — Chelsea Clinton may have officially joined the media on Monday, but several journalists who covered the 2008 election remain skeptical about the press-averse former First Daughter entering their ranks.
Discussion: Guardian, Forbes and Poynter
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Bill Carter / New York Times:
Chelsea Clinton to Report for NBC
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Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Amazon Decides To Ship Kindle Fire And Kindle Touch Early
Amelia Hill / Guardian:
BBC constrained by need to avoid political bias, admits Lord Patten  —  As Leveson inquiry starts, former Tory chairman says there are areas where corporation needs to be particularly careful  —  The BBC is unable to conduct investigations into some of the most important stories of the day …
Jessica Davies / New Media Age:
Harper Collins to explore selling interactive ad space in factual books  —  Book publisher Harper Collins is making its first foray into interactive online advertising as it prepares to ramp up its digital offering.  —  The publisher will explore interactive and contextual ad formats …
Discussion: TeleRead
Publishers Weekly:
From Magazine To Book: ‘CJR’ Makes the Leap  —  On November 15, Columbia Journalism Review will celebrate its 50th anniversary as one of the premier magazines in its field.  The recognition of that long legacy will also be marked by the beginning of a new venture for the journal: Columbia Journalism Review Books.
Discussion: CJR and The New York Observer
Tom Watson MP:
Society of Editors Conference 2011 #soe11  —  I am very sorry that I will not be able to attend the conference today.  —  Roy Greenslade has just revealed that six months ago, members of the DCMS Select Committee were the targets of covert surveillance by private investigators and journalists working for News International.
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Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Casting light on the News of the World shadowing of MPs
Jeff Poor / The Daily Caller:
MSNBCPOLITICO: A commanding presence for Politico on the left's favorite cable news channel  —  Has MSNBC opened a bureau in Arlington, Virginia?  —  Watch the assertively liberal cable news channel on an average day, and you're likely to see someone from Politico appearing on-screen …
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
Huffington Post Tech Wizard Paul Berry Stepping Back at AOL  —  If the Huffington Post was worth the $315 million AOL paid to acquire it, it's in large measure because of the second-to-none technology built into the platform,which is hyper responsive to the needs of editors and the preferences of users.
Discussion: AllThingsD
Alex Weprin / TVNewser:
CNN iReport Gets Major Relaunch As a ‘Social Network for News’  —  Since launching five years ago, CNN's iReport has become the gold standard when it comes to traditional media companies utilizing user-generated content.  Thousands of videos, photos and stories that began as posts on the site have been featured on CNN's networks.
Steve Myers / Poynter:
George Will: Wife's work on Rick Perry's campaign doesn't pose problem  —  Asked about Texas Gov. Rick Perry's election chances on ABC's “This Week” on Sunday, syndicated columnist George Will disclosed that his wife has joined the campaign, then proceeded to say that candidates can recover …
Discussion: The Wrap and Splice Today
Emma Bazilian / Adweek:
Survey Shows Hacking Scandal's Effect on Media Credibility  —  The News International phone hacking scandal has taken a major toll on U.K. citizens' opinion of their country's press, a new survey found.  —  According to PBS U.K. Trust report's YouGov survey, which The Guardian had the results of today …
Discussion: 10,000 Words and Guardian
 
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Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
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Discussion: VentureBeat, Digits and Folio
Jon Thurber / Los Angeles Times:
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Liz Gannes / AllThingsD:
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Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
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