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10:45 AM ET, May 10, 2012


 Top News: 
Leveson inquiry: Andy Coulson, Viscount Rothermere - live  —  Full coverage as the former No 10 spin doctor and Daily Mail proprietor give evidence  —  9.41am: Andy Coulson is to give evidence this afternoon, reports the Guardian's Dan Sabbagh. … 9.38am: David Cameron's own constituents believe …
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IoS editor defends publishing Andy Coulson shares story  —  The editor of the Independent on Sunday has defended his decision to publish a story about former Downing Street communications chief Andy Coulson's shareholdings in News Corp, which was published after the paper saw Coulson's …
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
News Corp.'s hacking tab so far this year: $167 Million  —  It may be years before anyone can figure out the real cost to News Corp. and its shareholders of the UK hacking scandal that has dominated the headlines for months.  For now, whatever the reputation cost for Rupert and James Murdoch …
Binyamin Appelbaum / New York Times:
Joe Weisenthal vs. the 24-Hour News Cycle  —  Joe Weisenthal wakes up around 4 a.m. most weekdays, afraid that in the five or six hours he has been sleeping, something happened that could move financial markets.  His alarm is his cellphone, and after he silences it so that his wife can sleep …
Discussion: Capital New York and The Awl
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Sun-Times ownership of Chicago Reader would be unusual in alt-weekly world  —  Wrapports Inc., the Chicago Sun-Times' parent company, may buy the Chicago Reader soon, Lynne Marek reported Wednesday in Crain's Chicago Business.  That would be a seismic change for a newspaper that's always operated …
Lynne Marek / Chicago Business:
Sun-Times parent to buy Chicago Reader for $3 million  —  (Crain's) — Wrapports LLC, the parent of the Chicago Sun-Times, is poised to purchase the Chicago Reader as soon as next week for about $3 million, according to sources familiar with the transaction.
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
It's Official: Digg Engineers Are Joining Washington Post's SocialCode  —  Another bit of closure for Digg as the company continues to look for a buyer of its technology and its site: its engineering team is joining SocialCode, the social media advertising and analytics subsidiary of the Washington Post Company.
Discussion: Digg Blog, AllThingsD, CNET and WebProNews
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
It's official: Digg's tech team going to Washington Post Co.'s SocialCode  —  The Washington Post Co.'s SocialCode advertising agency is hiring 15 members of Digg's engineering staff, the company announced today.  Digg is not closing, writes Hayley Tsukayama:
Status Update  —  So first thing's first: We're not being sold!  Instead, we've just hired a bunch of brilliant writers and a new COO.  Also, we've seen a resurgence of community support (with over a thousand people attending our NYC meetup last night, for example), are back around 12% …
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
Why Doesn't AOL Just Sell The Huffington Post?
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Colin Myler's ‘Daily News’ is working on a new national site, ‘Daily News America’  —  Daily News editor Colin Myler recently hinted that the paper's “online operation” would soon be expanding its national footprint under the direction of incoming web editor Ted Young.
Charlie Warzel / Adweek:
ABC Bungles Obama Gay Marriage Scoop  —  President Obama's announcement of his support for same-sex marriages this afternoon was touted as a major win for network TV, getting the scoop over cable and the noisy clamor of the Internet.  Yet, what looked to be an airtight scoop for the network appears …
Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter:
Robin Roberts interview with Obama a coup for ‘Good Morning America’
Erik Wemple:
Goldberg should know not to associate with Pulitzer  —  Today's publicity plume over Jonah Goldberg's claim to be a Pulitzer “nominee” feeds on terminology.  Goldberg, a much-published columnist and author of a new book titled “The Tyranny of Cliches: How Liberals Cheat in the War of Ideas …
Lauren Indvik / Mashable!:
Why ‘The Atlantic’ No Longer Cares About SEO  —  The number of online news consumers has grown consistently over the past half-decade, yet not every publication has gotten the same lift as The Atlantic, whose web audience has catapulted from approximately 500,000 to 13.4 million monthly visitors since taking …
Discussion: eMedia Vitals
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Steve Myers / Poynter:
Curating NYT long-form a good idea, just not for the public editor
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Ben Huh says journalistic objectivity is a trap
Discussion: B2B Memes, The FJP and Nieman Journalism Lab, Thanks:@mathewi
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