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7:35 AM ET, November 22, 2011

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Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Three Years Later, the Guardian Wants a Buyer for PaidContent  —  Three years after buying PaidContent, the Guardian Media Group has put the New York-based media news site and its parent company ContentNext on the block.  —  The British newspaper publisher has hired boutique bank Coady Diemar Partners to market the company.
Joel Gunter / Journalism.co.uk:
Mail titles hit back at Grant over ‘mendacious smears’  —  Mail on Sunday denies claims by actor Hugh Grant that it hacked his phone in 2007, calling his allegations ‘mendacious smears driven by a hatred of the media’  —  Hugh Grant arrives at the Leveson inquiry today alongside his lawyer David Sherbourne
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George Eaton / New Statesman:
Hugh Grant's 10 myths of tabloid journalism  —  How the actor rebutted the tabloids at the Leveson inquiry.  —  Hugh Grant was denied the opportunity to read out his full witness statement at the Leveson inquiry this afternoon.  But towards the end of the session, he was given the chance …
Guardian:
Leveson inquiry: Steve Coogan gives evidence on phone hacking - live  —  Live coverage as the comedian joins Elle Macpherson's adviser, Mary-Ellen Field, and footballer Garry Flitcroft in giving evidence  —  9.53am: Here are profiles of today's witnesses:  —  Steve Coogan
Discussion: Daily Mail
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
‘Times’ goes after young talent at Huffington Post  —  Over the past year and change, The Huffington Post has added a small collection of veteran editors and reporters from The New York Times to its masthead.  —  Lately, however, the Times has exhibited a tendency to pluck off some of HuffPost's younger staff.
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Steve Myers / Poynter:
NBC News announces changes to technology, social media staff  —  John Keegan, the new director of technology for NBC News, comes from Fox News.  Bonnie Optekman becomes vice president for emerging technologies, overseeing delivery of NBC News television content on different platforms.
Discussion: Inside Cable News
Jeff Jarvis / The Huffington Post:
New York Times Cookie Hypocrisy  —  Sunday's New York Times editorializes in favor of Do Not Track and other privacy legislation going through Congress and the Federal Trade Commission.  Yet the New York Times itself makes much use of personal, private, and tracking information itself.
Discussion: New York Times
Alex Weprin / TVNewser:
Luke Russert Makes MSNBC Anchoring Debut  —  Viewers of MSNBC's “Daily Rundown” this morning may have noticed a new face behind the anchor chair.  —  Correspondent Luke Russert, who typically wanders the halls of Congress for the network, made his anchoring debut this morning, in place of a vacationing Chuck Todd.
Discussion: TVWeek.com and FishbowlDC
David Freedlander / PolitickerNY:
In Light of ‘Occupy’ Arrests, New Group ‘To Monitor NYPD/Press Relations’  —  The New York Press Club announced on their website this afternoon that they were forming “The Coalition for the First Amendment,” along with other local media groups in order to monitor relations between the NYPD and the press.
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
iPad Magazine Readers to Publishers: More, Please  —  After an initial wave of excitement about iPad magazines, some publishers have dialed back their enthusiasm.  But the readers who have actually downloaded them like them quite a bit.  —  So says a survey commissioned by a publishers' trade group …
Andy Greenberg / Forbes:
Alleged WikiLeaks Source Bradley Manning Has A Court Date: 569 Days After His Arrest  —  One year, six months, and three weeks after he was first jailed in a military brig in Kuwait, alleged WikiLeaks leaker Bradley Manning will have his day in court: According to a blog post Monday …
Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine:
Sarah Palin Got Scolded by Roger Ailes for Not Announcing Her Non-Candidacy on Fox News  —  Sarah Palin's announcement that she wouldn't run for president disappointed her legions of admirers — but it infuriated Roger Ailes.  The Fox News chief wasn't angry about the decision itself.
Discussion: Inside Cable News
 
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Michael Oneal / Chicago Tribune:
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Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
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Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
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Discussion: The Passive Voice
Yinka Adegoke / Reuters:
Rupert Murdoch sells A shares, but still in control
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David Kaplan / paidContent:
NYT Launches Group Digital Subscriptions For Companies
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Rebecca Shapiro / The Huffington Post:
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Mark Sweney / Guardian:
BSkyB names new independent directors
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