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8:25 AM ET, December 14, 2011

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Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Amanpour to Leave ABC's ‘This Week’ and Rejoin CNN  —  Updated Christiane Amanpour is leaving the anchor chair of ABC's “This Week” and returning to her old network home, CNN, as the anchor of an evening newscast on CNN International.  —  The changes, confirmed Tuesday evening …
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Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Amanpour Leaving ‘This Week’ for New ABC Role, CNN International Show  —  NEW YORK — Christiane Amanpour will soon step down as host of ABC's “This Week” to take on a new role at the network, where she'll host about six primetime specials a year and appear on ABC News programs …
Steve Myers / Poynter:
Brian Stelter accidentally tweets tip about Amanpour leaving ‘This Week’  —  Brian Stelter had an awkward Twitter moment this afternoon when he accidentally tweeted to his 97,000 followers that he had heard that Christiane Amanpour would be departing as host of ABC's “This Week.”
Christopher Goffard / Los Angeles Times:
Russ Stanton steps down as Times editor  —  Managing Editor Davan Maharaj will assume the top newsroom job.  Stanton, 52, has led the news organization for four years, a period in which the paper won three Pulitzer Prizes, including the Public Service Award for exposing corruption in the city of Bell.
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Lucas Shaw / The Wrap:
L.A. Times Rocked by More Turmoil: Top Editor Quits With Cuts Looming (Updated)  —  The Los Angeles Times was rocked by more turmoil Tuesday when editor Russ Stanton resigned in advance of another round of cutbacks.  —  Stanton, whose last day is Dec. 23, has presided over a tumultuous period …
Discussion: Los Angeles Times and LA Observed
David Leigh / Guardian:
Leveson: Milly Dowler case is not the only reason for inquiry  —  Lord Justice Leveson says inquiry will investigate all aspects of tabloid misconduct, not just the hacking of Milly Dowler's phone  —  The judge running the Leveson inquiry into press behaviour dismissed claims on Wednesday …
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Andrew Pugh / Press Gazette:
Guardian faces Fleet Street backlash over changing story on Milly Dowler message deletions  —  The Guardian today found itself on the receiving end of widespread press criticism over new evidence that the News of the World was apparently not responsible for the deletion of voicemail messages …
Discussion: The Sun and Daily Mail
Chris Ariens / TVNewser:
Kristen Welker Named NBC White House Correspondent; Network Sets 2012 Politics Coverage  —  After several months of covering the beat, this morning NBC News has named Kristen Welker White House correspondent.  The announcement comes as NBC announces their plans for covering the 2012 primaries …
Discussion: FishbowlDC
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Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter:
Chuck Todd: NBC's new politics site is for armchair viewers, political junkies  —  NBC has just launched a new politics site that provides readers with a place to track political news, dig deeper into polls and make their own predictions about the outcome of the 2012 elections.
Discussion: Nieman Journalism Lab
Guardian:
Leveson inquiry: Colin Myler and Jon Chapman - live  —  Full coverage as the former News of the World editor and ex-News International director of legal affairs give evidence  —  12.03pm: The inquiry breaks for five minutes while Sherborne takes legal instruction regarding the surveillance.
Discussion: msnbc.com and Poynter
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Richard Allen Greene / CNN:   James Murdoch warned over phone hacking, e-mail shows
Sam Marsden / The Independent:   Leveson Inquiry: News International ‘tried to influence prosecution’ of jailed royal editor
Molly Knefel / Salon:
Busted for Tweeting  —  Police escalation in New York as my brother and 17 other people are arrested for observing an occupation  —  Monday morning marked yet another Day of Action for the Occupy Wall Street movement.  Eight cities on the West Coast attempted to shutdown ports.
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Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Video of ‘Times’ photographer's confrontation with police touches off another exchange between NYPD and local media
Josh Stearns / Save the News:   NYPD: Elmo Safe, Journalists Not So Much
Amy Chozick / Media Decoder:
Media and Entertainment Companies Add Support to Proposed Antipiracy Legislation  —  Big media companies have ratcheted up the pressure on Washington to support legislation that would protect online content.  —  On Tuesday, dozens of entertainment, sports and media companies …
Discussion: Hillicon Valley and Techdirt
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Gautham Nagesh / Hillicon Valley:
Dodd on piracy bill: ‘Hollywood is pro-Internet’
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
AP Launches Strategy To Go Beyond Breaking News, Become More ‘Distinct’  —  NEW YORK — The Associated Press has been getting it first and getting it right for the past 165 years.  —  But as traditional rivals like Bloomberg and Reuters ramp up opinion and analysis — and as competition increased …
Andrew Albanese / Publishers Weekly:
Authors Guild Files for Class Certification in Google Case  —  The Google Book Settlement may be dead, but the litigation lives on.  On December 12, attorneys for the Authors Guild filed a motion for class certification, hitting the deadline set forth by Judge Denny Chin at a September 15 status conference …
Bloomberg:
Verizon ‘Very Serious’ About Making Bid for Netflix, Banker Says  —  Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ), the second-largest U.S. phone company, is “very serious” about a bid to acquire online movie provider Netflix Inc. (NFLX), an investment banker said.  —  Verizon may kick off a bidding war …
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Will Richmond / paidContent:
If Netflix Is In Play, Here's Some Companies That Would Be In The Hunt
Discussion: VideoNuze and TheStreet.com
Lynne Marek / Chicago Business:
Chicago Tribune subscriber sues over rate hike  —  (Crain's) — A Chicago Tribune reader upset that her credit card account was charged for a subscription rate increase without prior notice called to complain, but didn't get any satisfaction from the Philippines-based call center — so she's suing the newspaper company.
 
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