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6:00 PM ET, May 30, 2012


 Top News: 
Micah L. Sifry / techPresident:
As WikiLeaks Struggles, Copycats Die But Online Whistle-Blowing Thrives  —  It's been months since WikiLeaks, the whistle-blowing website, has posted anything other than appeals for support for its embattled founder Julian Assange.  Weakened by internal dissension with Assange's imperious management …
New York Times:
WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Loses Another Bid to Halt Extradition to Sweden  —  LONDON — Britain's highest court ruled on Wednesday that the WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, should be deported to Sweden to face allegations of sexual abuse there, but Mr. Assange's lawyers won …
Severin Carrell / Guardian:
Andy Coulson detained by police for suspected perjury  —  Andy Coulson, David Cameron's former director of communications, has been detained by police investigating alleged perjury at the trial of the Scottish socialist politician Tommy Sheridan.  Strathclyde police said Coulson was detained …
Guardian:   Vince Cable: Lib Dems faced ‘veiled threats’ over Murdoch's BSkyB bid
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Amazon-Owned LOVEFiLM, The Netflix Of Europe, Signs Streaming Deal With NBCUniversal  —  In the midst of Amazon's recent moves to rapidly grow its content collection on Amazon Prime Instant Video, the company has also been brokering deals for another one of its video properties: European Netflix competitor LOVEFiLM.
Steve Myers / Poynter:
Judge allows live-tweeting, live-blogging during Jerry Sandusky trial  —  Reporters will be allowed to live-tweet and live-blog during the jury selection and trial of former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky on sexual abuse charges, according to a court order issued Wednesday.
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Penguin, Macmillan respond to DOJ in e-book price fixing suit  —  Penguin and Macmillan, the two publishers fighting the Department of Justice's e-book price fixing lawsuit in court, have both filed responses to the DOJ suit.  —  Both publishers flatly deny that they engaged in a price-fixing conspiracy with other publishers.
Dylan Byers / Politico:
Prospect raises $200k, needs plenty more  —  The good news: The American Prospect, which has sought financial donations to keep it afloat, has met its $200,000 goal.  —  The other news: It is now asking readers for another $350,000.  From publisher Jay Harris, italics his:
Keegan Hamilton / Seattle Weekly:
Journalist Mark Rahner Files Lawsuit Against Seattle Times Alleging Disability Discrimination  —  Ex-Seattle Times reporter/current comic book writer Mark Rahner, last seen crawling out of a coffin made of bacon to promote Crypticon, is suing his former employer, claiming he was unfairly fired after he refused to work a night shift.
Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
Apple digs in on e-book lawsuit, says Jobs' quotes will ‘speak for themselves’  —  In a new pushback over its role in an ongoing e-book controversy, Apple said that Steve Jobs' widely reported quotes on Amazon and book publishers “will speak for themselves.”  The company also denied once again that it conspired to fix prices.
Eriq Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:
TV Networks on the Hot Seat Over Legality of Barry Diller's Aereo  —  At a hearing today, broadcasters are forced to defend the position that the media mogul's controversial new service must be stopped immediately.  The central question: is cord-cutting less harmful than DVRs?
Discussion: CNET
Tampa Bay Times:
Journalists, police working out ground rules for GOP convention in Tampa  —  TAMPA — Protesters might not be the only people filling Hillsborough's jails during the Republican National Convention.  Journalists could face detentions — even arrests.  And though Tampa police say they're working …
Discussion: Tampa Bay Times
Chris Ariens / TVNewser:
John Berman Leaving ABC News for CNN  —  ABC's John Berman is jumping to CNN, TVNewser has learned.  Berman, who is an ABC lifer, will join the morning show “Starting Point” as news anchor.  Berman, a Massachusetts native and Harvard grad, joined ABC News in 1995 as a desk assistant.
Discussion: Multichannel
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Alan Rusbridger on The Guardian's open journalism, paywalls, and why they're pre-planning more of the newspaper  —  Alan Rusbridger is a busy man on two sides of the Atlantic.  The editor of the Guardian seems to be everywhere, writing, tweeting, and leading the paper's ongoing coverage …
Ben Sisario / Media Decoder:
Digital Notes: Judge Presses U.S. in Megaupload Case  —  When the police in New Zealand raided the headquarters of the file-sharing site Megaupload in January on behalf of the United States authorities, the case, at first, seemed strong.  —  In what was described as one of the largest …
Discussion: Plagiarism Today and CNET
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