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1:25 AM ET, July 22, 2012

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Katherine Rushton / Telegraph:
Rupert Murdoch steps down from NI boards  —  Rupert Murdoch's grip on UK newspapers is loosening “finger by finger”, as he resigns string of directorships.  —  Rupert Murdoch has repeatedly insisted that he remains committed to his UK newspapers, vowing that he will remain a “very active chairman” of the publishing busines.
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Matt Williams / Guardian:
Rupert Murdoch quits as News International director  —  Move fuels rumours of sell-off of UK newspapers despite media mogul's reassurance that he is ‘fully committed’ as chairman  —  Rupert Murdoch has stepped down as a director of News International, in a move that will fuel speculation …
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
The Colorado shooting and the crowdsourced future of news  —  Only a few days ago, we were writing about how users of Twitter and Reddit used those networks to tell a compelling story about a mass shooting in Toronto, and now the same phenomenon is playing out in real-time during another horrific incident …
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Alex Pappas / The Daily Caller:
Colorado tea partier describes ‘surreal’ day of wrongly being linked to theater massacre  —  Colorado Tea Party Patriots member Jim Holmes told The Daily Caller in a Friday interview that his day has been “surreal” after falsely being linked to the movie theater massacre in Colorado by an on-air ABC News reporter.
Jakob Schiller / Wired:
When Tragedy Hits, Photojournalists Balance Reporting and Emotion  —  “He was screaming at the top his lungs, ‘Have you seen my son?’” says Barry Gutierrez, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer who has been covering today's shooting in Colorado for the Associated Press.
Discussion: The Raw Story, Poynter and Politico
Media Decoder:
Hollywood Struggles for Proper Response to Shooting
Jim Romenesko:
Chicago Tribune decides to stick with Journatic  —  The Chicago Tribune is hiring 44-year newsroom veteran Randy Weissman as a consultant to help develop and implement appropriate changes at embattled Journatic and the Chicago Tribune, which has invested in the hyper-local content provider.
Tom Foremski / ZDNet:
‘Access journalism’ ... and the Silicon Valley reporter  —  Summary: Controlling access to top executives is a traditional way that Silicon Valley companies try to ensure favorable coverage.  —  Follow @tomforemski  —  David Weidner, a 15 year veteran reporter on the Wall Street beat …
Discussion: @karaswisher
David Taintor / TPM:
MSNBC's Chris Hayes: No Symmetry Between Fox News And MSNBC  —  MSNBC's Chris Hayes: No Symmetry Between Fox News And MSNBC  —  Can you describe what you read, how you get the news?  —  I subscribe to a number of magazines.  I've always been a magazine lover from the time I was 11 or 12.
Dorian Benkoil / MediaShift:
The Return of the Human: Why Tech Companies Are Tapping Journalism Talent  —  In digital media, it turns out, editors — actual human beings — might actually be necessary.  —  At least that seems to be the trend as developer-laden ventures like Tumblr, Flipboard and even an ad network bring …
Discussion: The Newspaper Guild
Jack Mirkinson / The Huffington Post:
Alexander Cockburn, Left-Wing Journalist, Dies At 71  —  Alexander Cockburn, a prominent radical columnist and journalist, has died at 71 after a lengthy battle with cancer.  —  Cockburn's death was announced by his friend and journalism partner Jeffrey St. Clair on Counterpunch, the website they ran together.
Andrew Phelps / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Wielki sukces!  Piano Media expands its national paywall model to Poland  —  Piano Media, the Slovakian company with plans to erect a pan-European paywall, expanded today into its third and largest market, Poland.  Seven major media companies have agreed to put some of their content behind a single national paywall.
Abigail Pesta / The Daily Beast:
The War on ‘Teen Vogue’: Young Readers Escalate Campaign for More ‘Real Girls’  —  Teenage girls are stepping up a fight for the magazine to show a wider range of body types, claiming the current images can spark eating disorders and other problems.  Abigail Pesta reports.  —  Does Teen Vogue digitally zap zits?
 
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Ellen McCarthy / Washington Post:
Michael Caruso, Smithsonian's new editor, sees a livelier future for magazine
Brendan Sasso / Hillicon Valley:
NPR hires lobbyists as GOP targets public broadcasting funds
Ken Doctor / Newsonomics:
David Westin's Departure Raises New Questions About NewsRight's Viability
James Asher / McClatchy Washington Bureau:
McClatchy's Washington Bureau establishes no-alter quote policy
Discussion: Politico
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Rachel McAthy / Journalism.co.uk:
Digital First Media assembles curation team ahead of time to help cover Colorado shooting
Discussion: The Buttry Diary, ABCNEWS and Poynter
Jessica Roy / Betabeat:
Betaworks Team Announces Ambitious Goal: Rebuild Digg From the Ground Up. In Six Weeks.
Discussion: WebProNews, TechCrunch and VentureBeat
Sarah Carr / CJR:
How to worry about a clicks-driven Times-Picayune
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Viacom's $5 Billion DirecTV Deal Keeps the Bundle Intact for Seven More Years