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8:20 AM ET, February 20, 2012

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Martin Phillips / The Sun:
The Sun next Sunday  —  A historic announcement  —  from Britain's most popular paper  —  THE Sun on Sunday has arrived.  —  Next weekend will see the birth of the first ever Sunday edition of your favourite paper.  —  Rupert Murdoch announced last week that The Sun on Sunday would be coming “very soon”.
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Guardian:
Rupert Murdoch to launch Sun on Sunday next weekend  —  News International says media mogul will stay in London to oversee birth of News of the World replacement  —  The Sun on Sunday will publish for the first time next weekend, News International has announced.
Andrew Pugh / Press Gazette:
No bail curbs to stop return of arrested Sun journalists  —  The ten arrested Sun journalists will not be prevented from returning to work by their bail conditions, Press Gazette has learned.  —  Tom Watson MP today sent a letter to the Met Police suggesting that the terms of police bail imposed …
Discussion: Tom Watson MP
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Sun on Sunday to be edited by Dominic Mohan  —  Sun editor will take responsibility for new Sunday paper, with former NoW deputy Victoria Newton to get senior role  —  The Sun on Sunday will be edited by Dominic Mohan, the editor of the Sun, with a key role for the News of the World's former deputy editor, Victoria Newton.
Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
Profitable news  —  One of the most controversial things I have said (you're welcome for that straight line) is that I insist my entrepreneurial journalism students at CUNY build only for-profit businesses.  When I said that at a recent symposium for teachers of entrepreneurial journalism …
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Michael Miner / Chicago Reader:   Why CNC is closing  —  James O'Shea, founder and editor …
David Carr / New York Times:
Media Hype for Lin Stumbles on Race  —  You don't have to be an economics graduate from Harvard like Jeremy Lin to do the math on the media explosion about Linsanity.  —  The suddenly celebrated Lin is a four-fer: a God-fearing, Asian-American, Ivy League benchwarmer who has changed the fortunes of the New York Knicks.
Discussion: @darrenrovell
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Lucas Shaw / The Baltimore Sun:
ESPN fires employee over racist Jeremy Lin headline  —  ESPN has fired one employee and suspended another for using the same racist word in connection to New York Knicks' guard Jeremy Lin.  In both cases, an employee used the word “chink” in reference to Lin, a Palo Alto, California, native of Chinese descent.
Chris Greenberg / The Huffington Post:
ESPN Racist Jeremy Lin Headline: Network Apologizes For Insensitive Headline For Knicks Loss
Duncan Gardham / Telegraph:
Bulger killer could be in line for compensation from News of the World  —  One of the killers of James Bulger is seeking to sue News International for more than £50,000 after he was informed that his phone may have been hacked by the News of the World.  —  Robert Thompson
Discussion: The Week UK
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Rasmus Kleis Nielsen / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The Rendell Inquirer? The specter of the instrumentalization of American news media
Discussion: Philly.com and mediabistro.com
Jxpaton / Digital First:
Old Dogs New Tricks and Crappy Newspaper Executives  —  (Speaking notes for an address to the Canadian Journalism Foundation  —  Good evening.  —  I'm old media.  —  This is my 36th year as a newspaper man - apologies - my 36th year as a multi-platform news executive.
Josh Sternberg / Digiday:
The Guardian Thrives in Facebook's Walled Garden  —  In September, British newspaper The Guardian was one of the first publishers to build an app designed specifically for its content to be consumed (and shared) within Facebook.  The upside: The prospect of added visibility to 850 million users.
Discussion: eMedia Vitals
Brian Stelter / ArtsBeat:
‘Colbert Report’ to Resume Taping  —  Stephen Colbert will resume production of his late-night show “The Colbert Report” on Monday, a spokesman for Comedy Central said Sunday.  —  Production was abruptly halted last Wednesday without explanation, prompting concern among the comedian's fans.
Discussion: Gothamist
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Reporter's Death Puts Focus on Difficulties of Covering a Secretive Syria  —  The conflict in Syria has become, for journalists, one of the most difficult and dangerous assignments in many years, with at least five having died while covering the uprising that began there last March.
Discussion: Poynter
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Steve Coll / The New Yorker Blog:   Postscript: Anthony Shadid, 1968-2012
 
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