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11:15 PM ET, November 19, 2011

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Jim Romenesko:
HOW I ENDED UP LEAVING POYNTER … That email pressured me to disclose something I intended to keep to myself for a few more months.  —  My response to Julie: … She came back with this: … The changes she refers to were launched on April 18, the first day of my earlier vacation.
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
What happens when journalism is everywhere?  —  When the Arab Spring demonstrations were under way in Egypt's Tahrir Square and reports were streaming out through Twitter and Facebook and text messages and cellphone videos, it was easy to feel superior to the Egyptian government.
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Elizabeth Spiers / The New York Observer:
Notes on the NYPD Press Credentialing Process, from the (Ineligible) Editor-in-Chief of the New York Observer
Duncan Geere / Wired.com:
200+ Labels Withdraw Their Music From Spotify: Are Its Fortunes Unravelling?  —  Following a study that claims that streaming music is damaging to record sales, a distributor representing more than 200 labels has withdrawn its entire catalogue from Spotify, Napster, Simfy and Rdio.
New Scientist:
Occupy vs Tea Party: what their Twitter networks reveal  —  According to some political commentators, Occupy Wall Street is the left's answer to the Tea Party - driven by a similar anger towards elites.  But the social networks of people tweeting about the two movements suggest that they have rather different dynamics.
John P. Mello Jr. / PC World:
Publisher Drops Copyright Claim, Favors Fair Use  —  Fair use online is recognized when a newspaper plaintiff drops its appeal in a case pushed by third-party copyright enforcer.  —  If you've ever copied an excerpt from an online publication and pasted it in a public place on the Internet …
Steve Smith / MediaPost:
“FT” Web App Delivers 1 Million Users  —  ‘FT’ Web App Delivers 1 Million Users 2 hours ago  —  The Financial Times' big bet against Apple's in-app subscription model has paid off, to the tune of 1 million users served since its June launch.  FT pulled its native iOS app from the Apple App Store shortly …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Wenner Media Digital Boss Michael Bloom Leaves After Six Months  —  Wenner Media's chief digital officer is out after six months.  —  Michael Bloom joined the publisher, which owns Rolling Stone, Us Weekly, and Men's Journal, in May.  On Friday afternoon, he sent out a memo announcing his departure.
Drew Olanoff / The Next Web:
Netflix to resurrect Arrested Development in 2013 as part of content play  —  In a serious content play, Netflix has announced that it is bringing the wildly popular show Arrested Development back exclusively on its platform.  —  The exclusivity is the key here, as it shows that Netflix …
Rob Davis / Voice of San Diego:
New U-T Boss: ‘You Change Now or You Die’  —  Hotelier Doug Manchester's behavior in the board room is well-documented: He's brash, bold, confrontational.  But across the region Thursday, one question hovered over the announcement that Manchester is the new owner of The San Diego Union-Tribune …
Discussion: New York Times and Erik Wemple
Sam Schechner / Wall Street Journal:
Murdoch Sells $62 Million in News Corp. Shares  —  News Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Rupert Murdoch sold nonvoting shares in News Corp worth $61.7 million this week, according to a securities filing late Friday.  —  The sale, of about 3.6 million shares, represents about 1.1% …
Discussion: Financial Times and Bloomberg
John Koblin / WWD:
Tough Times at Newsweek  —  Photo By Jonathon Ziegler/Patrickmcmullan.Com … On Nov. 7, a memo was handed out to Newsweek reporters and editors.  The note detailed a new process in how to pitch stories.  —  “Stories are generated in a variety of ways, from chance conversations with Tina or other senior editors...” the memo began.
Meg James / Company Town:
Key NBC executive Marc Graboff to leave the network  —  Marc Graboff, president of NBC's West Coast business operations and the TV network's longtime consigliere, is leaving the company, according to people familiar with the situation.  —  The move was not a complete surprise …
Bill Carter / Media Decoder:
Iger Says No Hurry to Replace Regis Philbin  —  Now that Regis Philbin has completed his long run on his ABC morning show, attention will naturally focus on who might replace him alongside Kelly Ripa.  But Robert A. Iger, the chief executive of the Walt Disney Company, which owns ABC …
Discussion: TVNewser and TVWeek.com
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Celeste Katz / NY Daily News:
Ed Rollins To Join Fox News
Erik Wemple:
AP gets steamed at Huffington Post, sources say
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Sarah Lacy / TechCrunch:
The Rumors Are True. I Am Leaving TechCrunch.
Joel Gunter / Journalism.co.uk:
Jobs at risk as Guardian News & Media reviews printing costs
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