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9:25 AM ET, November 28, 2012


 Top News: 
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
A Struggling CNN Worldwide Is Said to Be Drawn to Jeffrey Zucker  —  In the days to come, when Time Warner appoints a new leader of CNN Worldwide for the first time in a decade, that person will face an identity crisis unlike any other in corporate America.  —  Though CNN over all is on track …
Andrew Wallenstein / Variety:
Analysis: Why Jeff Zucker is right for CNN  —  Stagnant news cabler needs leader willing to take big risks  —  Hate Jeff Zucker if you must, but there's a lot to like about CNN hiring him.  —  That's not an easy thing for anyone to hear on the West Coast, where his popularity ranks somewhere between smog and wildfires.
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Piers Morgan phone-hacking conversation to air on Channel 4  —  Ex-Daily Mirror editor shown in documentary telling Charlotte Church of stories which came about due to mobile phones  —  Footage of former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan telling Charlotte Church how “a spate of stories” …
Guido Fawkes:
Piers Morgan Discussing Phone Hacking With Charlotte Church  —  Transcript of the footage of Piers Morgan specking to Charlotte Church: … Just in case you have forgotten, Piers claims: … He told Leveson:
John Burn-Murdoch / Guardian:
The Leveson inquiry in numbers  —  Lord Justice Leveson publishes his report tomorrow.  Here is a numerical summary of how the Inquiry has taken shape so far  —  • More data journalism and data visualisations from the Guardian  —  The Leveson Inquiry opened almost 18 months ago …
Leveson Inquiry: Cameron receives report  —  The Leveson Inquiry was established by the prime minister in July last year  —  The Leveson report into media standards has been given to Prime Minister David Cameron ahead of its official publication on Thursday.
Julie Tate / Washington Post:
WikiLeaks suspect Manning expected to testify for the first time  —  Patrick Semansky/AP - Army Pfc. Bradley Manning is escorted out of a courthouse in Fort Meade, Md., in this file photo from June 25, 2012.  Manning is expected to testify in court for the first time as early as Wednesday.
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Bradley Manning Hearing Shows Military Bosses More Concerned About Media Attention Than Manning's Conditions  —  Kevin Gosztola has been providing detailed updates on the latest Bradley Manning hearings, focused mainly on the conditions associated with the treatment of Manning after his arrest …
Nieman Journalism Lab:
What kinds of local stories drive engagement?  The results of an NPR Facebook experiment  —  Editor's note: In February, our friends at NPR Digital Services told you about an experiment they were trying to localize content on the network's Facebook page, which has a massive 2.5 million fans.
Jeff Sonderman / Poynter:
‘Just the facts’ isn't good enough for journalists anymore, says Tow Center's journalism manifesto  —  Of the dozens of assertions in a wide-ranging “manifesto” about the altered state of journalism from Columbia's Tow Center for Digital Journalism, this one stands out:
Dylan Byers / Politico:
NPR affiliate launches drone program  —  Missouri NPR affiliate KBIA has launched a “Drone Program” in the hopes of building drones to collect media, the station tells POLITICO.  —  “A lot of people are predicting that drone technology is going to really big when commercial and security applications are available.
Discussion: PAPERMAG and Poynter
Ben Kersey / The Verge:
Deezer lays the groundwork for its own music apps following Spotify's success  —  Deezer recently celebrated its international success by announcing that it had amassed 20 million tracks while serving 160 countries.  Rather than making the anticipated expansion into the United States …
Student avoids US extradition over TV website  —  LONDON — A British student who created a website that let people watch films and television shows for free has struck a deal with the United States to avoid extradition, London's High Court heard on Wednesday.
Julian Assange expresses surprise over EU WikiLeaks decision  —  EU commission says credit card company blockade of whistleblowing website unlikely to have broken anti-trust rules  —  WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has expressed surprise after the European commission said a block …
Discussion: Reuters and CNET
Reuters:   Card firms' block on WikiLeaks did not break rules: EU
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