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9:00 AM ET, September 13, 2012


 Top News: 
Gillian Flaccus / Associated Press:
California man confirms role in anti-Islam film  —  LOS ANGELES (AP) — The search for those behind the provocative, anti-Muslim film implicated in violent protests in Egypt and Libya led Wednesday to a California Coptic Christian convicted of financial crimes who acknowledged his role …
Adrian Chen / Gawker:
‘It Makes Me Sick’: Actress in Muhammed Movie Says She Was Deceived, Had No Idea It Was About Islam  —  The story of the Muhammed movie which sparked deadly protests in Libya and Egypt gets weirder.  The actors who appeared in it had no idea they were starring in anti-Islam propaganda …
Jeffrey Goldberg / The Atlantic Online:
Muhammad Film Consultant: ‘Sam Bacile’ is Not Israeli, and Not a Real Name  —  Revelations about the alleged producer of the now-infamous trailer for “The Innocence of Muslims.”  —  As part of my search for more information about Sam Bacile, the alleged producer of the now-infamous anti-Muhammad film trailer …
Peter Walker / Guardian:
WikiLeaks criticised for linking Benghazi attack to Julian Assange case  —  WikiLeaks has been accused of crass self-centredness after it intimated that its founder Julian Assange's current refuge inside the Ecuadorean embassy in London in part explained or even justified Wednesday's attack …
Discussion: Business Insider and Forbes
Margaret Sullivan / The Public Editor's Journal:
The Times Denies State Department Request to Remove Photo From Web Site  —  The State Department asked The New York Times on Wednesday afternoon to remove a photograph of the dying ambassador to Libya from a gallery on the newspaper's Web site.  The ambassador, J. Christopher Stevens …
Julie Moos / Poynter:
L.A. Times, NY Daily News feature graphic Libya ambassador photo on front page  —  The New York Times said Wednesday that it was not planning to use a graphic photo on its Thursday front page of Christopher Stevens, the U.S. Ambassador killed in Libya this week.
Discussion: New York Times
Tom McGeveran / Capital New York:
The ‘facts’ from Benghazi
Bill Carter / Media Decoder:
After ‘Today’ Criticism, NBC News Chief Apologies to Affiliates  —  As it promised, NBC did not apologize on the air Wednesday for its decision not to observe a moment of silence during the “Today” show on Sept. 11.  —  But Steve Capus, the president of NBC News, did send out a message …
Jim Romenesko:
Wall Street Journal's front page ignored 9/11 anniversary, too  — scolds the New York Times for not putting a 9/11 anniversary story on page one, but one of my Facebook friends points out that the “snarky Fox News story failed to mention that Murdoch-owned Wall Street Journal also ignored 9/11.”
Emil Protalinski / The Next Web:
Afghanistan bans YouTube page for Prophet Mohammad video that led to the murder of a US ambassador [Updated]  —  Update: It turns out that YouTube has not been banned in Afghanistan, contrary to previous reports, including this one at The Next Web (the original story is below), which cited Reuters.
Discussion: NetNewsCheck Latest, CNN and WebProNews
Adam L. Penenberg / PandoDaily:
Shhh... Don't Tell Apple But iTunes Is Doomed  —  At its iPhone-a-palooza today Apple announced that it's upgrading iTunes.  It'll be more mobile friendly, and the store will be, oh, I don't know, more store-like?  There will be Facebook integration, better search, and a bunch of other features …
Joshua Benton / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Not too much for news orgs in Apple's new announcements
The Huffington Post:
New York Times Wipes Story Detailing Mitt Romney's Attack On Obama  —  On Wednesday, the New York Times published a provocative story bylined by David E. Sanger and Ashley Parker, leading with the news that Mitt Romney had personally approved the blistering Tuesday night statement on the attacks …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Lucia Moses / Adweek:
Quartz Launch Two Weeks Away  —  The launch of Quartz, the new business title from the Atlantic Media Co., is two weeks away, and some of the content—in addition to its prominent journalists—will be coming from launch sponsors Boeing, Cadillac, Credit Suisse and Chevron.
Discussion: eMedia Vitals
Phillip Swarts / The Washington Guardian:
Investigation questions EPA money spent to fund newspaper  —  Once a month, a free print publication gets delivered to mailboxes, coffee shops and libraries across the Mid-Atlantic with the latest news about how the government and private sector are trying to protect one of America's natural crown jewels: the Chesapeake Bay.
Betsy Rothstein / FishbowlDC:
A Sneak Peek at Roll Call's New Name Plate  —  Leaked to FishbowlDC: a picture of the new nameplate for Roll Call that come November will combine Roll Call and and CQ Today and an internal memo laying out more details about it.  The NYT broke the news Sunday night that on Nov. 13 Roll Call …
Mackenzie Weinger / Politico:   Roll Call editor leaving for NPR
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Hillsborough report: why the Mirror refused to accept police spin  —  In October last year I wrote a blog item headlined The Sun's Hillsborough source has never been a secret - it was the police.  So today's confirmation came as little surprise.  —  A couple of months later …
Dina Rickman / Huffington Post UK:
Hillsborough Tragedy: Kelvin MacKenzie, Former Sun Editor, Apologises To Liverpool For ‘That Headline’
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