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12:25 PM ET, July 24, 2012


 Top News: 
Ravi Somaiya / New York Times:
Two Ex-Editors for Murdoch to Be Charged for Phone Hacking  —  LONDON - British prosecutors said Tuesday they will charge the Prime Minister's former director of communications Andy Coulson, the former head of Rupert Murdoch's British newspaper business Rebekah Brooks and six others with …
Ian Burrell / The Independent:   Day of reckoning over phone hacking will see most of News International's former hierarchy in the dock
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
‘Daily News’ fires political editor Ian Bishop on eve of 2012 conventions  —  It can't be a good thing to lose the guy who runs your politics coverage a month ahead of the Republican and Democratic national conventions.  —  But that is precisely the situation the Daily News now finds itself in.
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
‘Daily News’ hires Alexander Hitchen, ‘Enquirer’ reporter who broke the John Edwards-Rielle Hunter scandal wide open  —  The Daily News has named a replacement for photo director Gretchen Viehmann, who left the paper at the beginning of March.  Alexander Hitchen, a long-time National Enquirer reporter based …
Tracie Powell / Poynter:
Denver Post covering Colorado shooting without a copy desk  —  In the 13 years since the massacres at Colorado's Columbine High School and last week's tragedy in Aurora, Colo., The Denver Post has lost dozens of newsroom staffers, Editor Greg Moore told readers of Richard Prince's Journal-isms.
Dylan Byers / Politico:
ABC News rebuts Arlene Holmes's claim
Discussion: ABCNEWS,, ABCNEWS and Mediaite
Claude Solnik / Long Island Business News:
Newsday fires longtime reporter Jim Bernstein  —  Jim Bernstein, a veteran Newsday reporter whose work has been a mainstay of the publication's business section for decades, has been let go after 40 years at the newspaper.  Bernstein, whose byline vanished from Newsday last week, was fired Friday …
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Baton Rouge Advocate moving into New Orleans  —  The Baton Rouge Advocate is expanding into New Orleans as its hometown paper The Times-Picayune has announced plans to cut staff and print frequency.  “From the moment that they announced that they were going to a three-day-a-week newspaper …
Discussion: Baton Rouge news …
Kevin Allman / Gambit:
As the New Orleans media landscape turns ...
Christine Haughney / New York Times:
Who Can Improve on Nature?  Magazine Editors  —  The magazine editors knew they had their cover shot.  The model, just emerged from a small pond, produced a look for the camera that exuded intelligence and confidence.  The only problem was the water droplets clinging to the model's ears.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
GOOD magazine seeks ‘brand apostles’ to build online community  —  GOOD  —  GOOD magazine, which laid off most of its editorial staff this past June, is seeking “content curators and change-makers,” according to an announcement on its website.  —  Successful candidates will serve as “brand apostles,” the announcement says.
Discussion: GOOD and @tcarmody
Mike Fleming /
Barry Diller And Scott Rudin In Talks To Launch E-Book Business  —  EXCLUSIVE: Barry Diller and Scott Rudin are in exploratory talks to launch an e-book business for both fiction and non-fiction.  I'm told they have had a lot of exploratory conversations and I expect an announcement …
Discussion: Page-Turner
Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter:
Detroit Free Press, News offer buyouts to staffers  —  The Detroit Free Press and Detroit News are offering buyouts, Poynter has confirmed.  The offer was made to 31 News staffers and 40 Free Press staffers, including managers, Deadline Detroit reports.  Employees age 56 and up who have worked …
Dan Kennedy / Media Nation:
Globe publisher announces work-force reductions  —  The Boston Globe and its affiliated media properties are downsizing again, according to an internal memo from Globe publisher Christopher Mayer that was obtained by Media Nation earlier today.  —  No details, but Mayer writes that the work force …
Peter Lauria / Reuters:
Exclusive: IAC takes control of Newsweek Daily Beast from Harmans  —  (Reuters) - The family of late billionaire stereo magnate Sidney Harman has stopped investing in the Newsweek Daily Beast Co joint venture that it co-owns with Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp, according to representatives of both companies.
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Tim Carmody / The Verge:
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Jeff Bercovici / Forbes:
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