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10:20 AM ET, November 6, 2012


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Lisa Richwine / Reuters:
Major TV News Networks Agree To Shield Early Exit Poll Data On Election Day  —  LOS ANGELES, Nov 5 (Reuters) - U.S. television networks face a new challenge in covering this year's excruciatingly close presidential election: prevent closely guarded exit poll results from leaking onto Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms.
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Facing an Election Night Clamor  —  This has been the year of the big media gaffe.  —  NBC News edited a 911 tape of George Zimmerman in a way that implied race as a factor in the Trayvon Martin shooting.  CNN and Fox News falsely reported that the Supreme Court had struck down the individual mandate …
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
New York Times will drop its paywall for the third time  —  The New York Times will drop its paywall for the third time since it was introduced in March 2011, allowing free access this week for Election Day coverage.  —  The paper first dropped its paywall in August 2011 as New York prepared for Hurricane Irene.
Edmund Lee / Bloomberg:   Murdoch's Anti-Obama Twitter Drive: Christie, Petraeus and More
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
AOL Beats the Street, but Domestic Ads Droop Again  —  If you bet on AOL at the beginning of 2012, you ended up picking one of the hottest stocks in tech.  Shares are up 135 percent this year.  —  Now we'll see if Tim Armstrong can keep it going with his third-quarter results.
Discussion: Forbes, FishbowlNY, Poynter and The Next Web
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Katherine Fung / Huffington Post:
Tentative New York Times Contract Will Preserve Pension Plan, Health Care For Guild Members  —  The tentative deal between New York Times employees and management will satisfy many of the union's biggest demands, according to the Newspaper Guild of New York.
Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
Marissa Mayer Will “Talk About Where She Is Taking Yahoo” in First Media Interview Since Becoming CEO  —  Marissa Mayer — the typically press-loving Silicon Valley exec who has avoided much media interaction since she took over as CEO of Yahoo — will be doing her first sit-down interview …
Jamie Condliffe / Gizmodo:
Samsung Teams Up With Yahoo For Interactive TV Service
Discussion: Engadget
Exclusive: EU regulators to accept Apple, publishers e-book offer  —  (Reuters) - EU regulators are set to accept an offer by Apple and four book publishers allowing Amazon and other retailers to sell e-books more cheaply than Apple to end an antitrust investigation and avoid fines, two sources said on Monday.
Discussion: 9to5Mac and Engadget
Mike Isaac / AllThingsD:
As Instagram Debuts Web Profiles, It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Facebook  —  Welcome to the new era of Instagram.  Brought to you by Facebook.  —  Instagram launched Web profiles on Monday morning, the first true attempt from the photo-sharing service to provide users with a more complete version …
Joe Flint / Los Angeles Times:
Cablevision and NBCUniversal sign distribution deal  —  Cablevision signed a new distribution deal with NBC, home of “The Voice.”  (NBC)  —  Cablevision Systems Corp. has signed a long-term distribution deal to carry broadcast and cable networks owned by Comcast's NBCUniversal unit.
Don Jeffrey / Bloomberg:
Pandora Media Sues Ascap Seeking Lower Songwriter Fees  —  Pandora Media Inc. (P), the biggest Internet radio service, sued the organization representing songwriters and composers to seek lower license fees for playing their songs.  —  Pandora, which is also lobbying the U.S. Congress …
Discussion: The Verge
Amazon eyes original comedy series ‘Browsers’  —  Netco close to greenlight for project originally developed at CBS  —  In a sign that Amazon is getting serious about fielding original programming, the Internet giant is said to be close to greenlighting a musical comedy series dubbed “Browsers.”
Discussion: CNET, The Verge, The Next Web and Gizmodo
Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
Former BBC Boss Expresses ‘Shock and Sadness’ About Abuse Scandal  —  LONDON - Former BBC director general Mark Thompson late Monday reiterated that during his tenure he was not aware of any wrongdoing by former Top of the Pops host Jimmy Savile at the U.K. public broadcaster.
Mackenzie Weinger / Politico:
NYT leads coverage on incoming CEO
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Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
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