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12:35 PM ET, January 31, 2012


 Top News: 
Richard Huff / NY Daily News:
Fox News Channel set to make ratings milestone with 10 years atop the Nielsen charts  —  Shepard Smith says the station can stay No. 1 as long as it takes care of its product  —  Fox News Channel anchor Shepard Smith.  —  Amid the day-long coverage of the Florida primary vote Tuesday …
Kevin Lincoln / Business Insider:
One Of Demand Media's Founders Left With An Amusingly Slim Payout  —  On Monday afternoon, news got out that Demand Media was parting ways with three of its founders and EVPs at once — though the timing, they said, was “just coincidence.”  —  According to SEC filings by the company …
Ingrid Lunden / paidContent:UK:
All Change At Content Farm Demand Media: Three Of The Founders Are Out
Discussion: The Wrap
Nikhil Pahwa / MediaNama:
Amazon To Launch In India As  —  MediaNama has learned from multiple, reliable sources that Amazon is launching in India as  At the time of writing this report, doesn't load, but sources in at least two Amazon partners have confirmed the development.
Discussion: WebProNews
Ben Fenton / Financial Times:
New Sunday newspaper on hold after Sun arrests  —  Plans for a new Sunday newspaper to replace the News of the World have been put on hold after the arrest of four senior journalists from its sister paper, The Sun, according to three senior insiders.  The plans, known as Project X …
Matthew Holehouse / Telegraph:   Leveson Inquiry: state regulation of the press “offensive”, says Sir Christopher Meyer
Barry Leibowitz / CBS News: targeted by Wash. lawmakers over escort ads, child sex trade  —  (CBS/AP) OLYMPIA, Wash. - Washington state lawmakers on Friday heard impassioned pleas to clamp down on classified-advertising companies that don't require ID, before allowing sex-related ads to be posted online.
Meena Hart Duerson / NY Daily News:
Facebook Subscribe exposes journalists to spam, pornography, some users complain  —  Some women say they are overwhelmed by inappropriate content  —  Journalists have begun to voice complaints about Facebook's Subscribe feature.  —  When the Travel Channel's Nisha Chittal launched …
Jonathan Browning / Bloomberg:
BSkyB to Start Movie Service Rivaling Netflix  —  British Sky Broadcasting Group Plc (BSY) will start an Internet-television service to gain new customers outside its traditional satellite offering after winning fewer TV clients in the second quarter than estimated.
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
As Sky Growth Slows, Can Internet Defend It From Downturn And New Rivals?
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Clear Channel to Invest in Company Run by TV's ‘Idol’ Host  —  Ryan Seacrest, who already is a host, producer and spokesman for Clear Channel, will soon be an investment partner as well.  —  On Tuesday, the radio conglomerate is expected to announce its acquisition of a minority stake …
Discussion: and Company Town
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
BuzzFeed Bulks Up Again, With a Tech Section Run by Gizmodo's Matt Buchanan  —  Do we need more Web sites writing about tech?  Yes, yes we do.  —  Which is good, because here's another one: BuzzFeed, the online publishing start-up that's the toast of people who like to write …
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Steve Myers / Poynter:
Patriot-News submits Sara Ganim's Penn State sex abuse reporting for Pulitzer  —  Daily News columnist John Baer reports that The Patriot-News has submitted Sara Ganim's stories about the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse allegations for a Pulitzer Prize.  (The deadline to enter was last week.)
Discussion: South Bend Tribune
Anita Singh / Telegraph:
Jonathan Franzen: e-books are damaging society  —  Jonathan Franzen has launched a passionate defence of the printed book, warning that our desire for the instant gratification of e-books is damaging for society.  —  Jonathan Franzen, author of Freedom, is being hailed as one of America's greatest novelists
Lance Ulanoff / Mashable!:
Jonathan Franzen Is Wrong: Ebooks Are Good for Everyone
Discussion: Future of Journalism
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Is it good for journalism when sources go direct?  —  In a piece in the New York Times on the weekend, media writer David Carr took a look at News Corp. billionaire Rupert Murdoch's use of Twitter, and how the media mogul has used it as both a bully pulpit and a soapbox.
Sarah Maslin Nir / The Caucus:
Colbert's Super PAC Raises More Than $1 Million  —  Stephen Colbert's quasi-satirical presidential bid has raised serious cash — over $1 million, as of Tuesday morning, the comedian announced.  —  An announcement on the Web site of Mr. Colbert's political action committee said the “super PAC” …
Julian Assange to appear on The Simpsons  —  The WikiLeaks founder will play himself in the show's 500th episode, which airs on 19 February  —  Julian Assange will be a guest character and voice on The Simpsons, playing a neighbour of the family after they move from their home in fictional Springfield.
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
Google Set To Relaunch OnePass, Halting French Papers' Kiosk  —  paidContent understands Google (NSDQ: GOOG) is set to make some big first-anniversary upgrades to its OnePass paid content system in the next few weeks, designed to increase slow take-up among publishers.
Discussion: Future of Journalism
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