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10:00 AM ET, November 29, 2012

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Guardian:
Leveson report to be published - live coverage  —  Live coverage as Lord Justice Leveson publishes his long-awaited report into the culture and ethics of the press
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Andrew Pugh / Press Gazette:
Leveson says journalists need whistleblowing hotline and conscience clause  —  Leveson backs calls for NUJ-style conscience clause Recommends scrapping the term ‘off-the-record briefing’ between police and journalists Increased snetences for data protection breaches in wake of Operation Motorman press …
Discussion: Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Leveson report: key points  —  Lord Justice Leveson's central findings, from the powers of a new watchdog to the possibility of a UK ‘First Amendment’ and the media's treatment of footballers' wives  —  Recommendations  —  • New watchdog independent of MPs and newspapers, with statutory underpinning
Guardian:
Leveson report calls for new press law  —  Lord Justice Leveson has recommended the introduction of the first press law in Britain since the 17th century - proposing that a statutory body such as Ofcom should take responsibility for monitoring an overhauled Press Complaints Commission.
Discussion: The Huffington Post
Oliver Wright / The Independent:
Bad news for the press?  Leveson calls for laws to enforce standards  —  A powerful new regulator supported by legislation and with the power to fine newspapers up to £1 million should be set as part of a “clear and unambiguous” plan to clean up in the press in the wake of the phone hacking scandal …
Emily Bell / Guardian:
The Leveson inquiry is irrelevant to 21st-century journalism  —  The judge's findings will address the nefarious behaviour of newspapers but not the vast array of media on the internet  —  Just as nature abhors a vacuum, the internet abhors geo-specific regulation.
Guido Fawkes:
Leveson Wants Ex-Brown Adviser to Regulate the Press  —  The Leveson Report suggests Ofcom could soon wield considerable power over the press.  It is recommended that the new regulatory body will be ‘validated’ by Ofcom, the government is to consider allowing Ofcom to regulate newspapers …
Alex Weprin / TVNewser:
Jeff Bewkes Has No Comment On Zucker, But Says CNN Will Be ‘One Of The Fastest Growing Networks’  —  Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes declined to talk about the rumors of Jeff Zucker taking over CNN during a discussion at the Business insider Ignition conference Wednesday afternoon, only saying …
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Margaret Sullivan / The Public Editor's Journal:
Problems With a Reporter's Facebook Posts, and a Possible Solution  —  Start with a reporter who likes to be responsive to readers, is spontaneous and impressionistic in her personal writing style, and not especially attuned to how casual comments may be received in a highly politicized setting.
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John Cook / Gawker:   New York Times Bureau Chief Isn't Chief of Her Own Tweets
Shara Tibken / CNET:
Could Yahoo's move away from media be AOL's big chance?  —  Jon Miller, ex-CEO of AOL, and Ross Levinsohn, Yahoo's former interim CEO, think Yahoo's new direction under Marissa Mayer could open up an opportunity for AOL.  —  NEW YORK—Yahoo's new direction under CEO Marissa Mayer …
Discussion: NetNewsCheck Latest
Derrick Harris / GigaOM:
Researchers mine 2.5M news articles to prove what we already know  —  A group of British researchers has published the results of a data mining experiment that analyzed nearly 2.5 million articles from 498 newspapers on criteria such as topic selection, writing style and sensationalism …
Chris Velazco / TechCrunch:
Barnes & Noble Beats Fiscal Q2 2013 Estimates, Reports $1.9 Billion In Revenue And Losses Of $0.04 Per Share  —  Literary retailer Barnes & Noble reported its fiscal Q2 2013 earnings this morning, and they're just a bit stronger than some had forecasted in the days leading up to the release.
Discussion: Business Wire and CNET
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Atavist begins offering in-app subscriptions to its stories  —  Atavist, publisher of both technology and ebook-esque stories, is taking a cue from the world of magazines and newspapers by getting into the subscription business.  —  Starting today, readers can sign up for a three-month subscription …
Martin Evans / Telegraph:
Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks appear in court over conspiring to bribe public officials  —  Andy Coulson, the Prime Minister's former director of communications, and Rebekah Brooks, the ex-News International Chief Executive, have appeared in court charged with conspiring to bribe public officials.
Kevin J. O'Brien / New York Times:
Google Fires a Rare Public Salvo Over Aggregators  —  BERLIN — Google's imprint on daily life is hard to ignore in Europe, where it reportedly has 93 percent of the Internet search market, more than in the United States.  Yet when it comes to its lobbying of lawmakers, Google prefers a low profile.
Discussion: Bloomberg
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Madeline Chambers / Reuters:   German lawmakers condemn Google campaign against copyright law
Herbert J. Gans / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Citizen news: A democratic addition to political journalism  —  Journalism and the news media are supposed to be a bulwark for democracy.  But through their history, they have more often served as messengers for the high-level public officials whose actions and pronouncements they report regularly.
David Lieberman / Deadline.com:
MPAA's Chris Dodd Says Facebook Rumor Illustrates Need For Copyright Protection  —  If you're on Facebook, you've probably seen a statement loaded with legalese that users post hoping to create a copyright protection for their content.  It's based on a belief that the social network company changed …
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
How can we build a future of post-industrial journalism?  —  There's been a lot written over the past few years about the future of the news industry — how the rise of the web and social media have disrupted it, and how traditional players like the New York Times and others can recover …
Discussion: Freedom of the Prez and Poynter
Los Angeles Times:
‘Innocence of Muslims’ filmmaker sentenced to death in Egypt  —  The California man behind the “Innocence of Muslims” movie that triggered violence in the Middle East was sentenced to death Wednesday in absentia in an Egyptian court.  —  Mark Basseley Youssef was among the seven Egyptian Coptic Christians …
Olivia Solon / Wired.co.uk:
Net-a-Porter CEO: It's no secret we're launching a major fashion magazine  —  Online fashion retailer Net-a-Porter is planning to launch a printed magazine within the next 12 months, according to CEO Mark Sebba, speaking at the Business Leaders Network's Making it Mobile event.
Rachel McAthy / Journalism.co.uk:
Reporters Without Borders launches site for censored content  —  Press freedom group Reporters Without Borders has launched a website on which it says it will ‘post content that has been censored or banned or has given rise to reprisals against its creator’  —  Copyright: By rpongsaj on Flickr.
 
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Ella Delany / The Daily Beast:
The Victims of the Penguin & Random House Merger: Literary Agents
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Porn Copyright Trolls Argue That Verizon Should Be Held In Contempt Of Court For Trying To Protect Its Users
Merrill Knox / TVNewser:
More Than 90 Jobs to be Cut at Bloomberg TV Europe
Discussion: SocialTimes and Talking Biz News
Tara Conlan / Guardian:
BBC Christmas strike threat grows
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
Washington Times to cut staff for second time in three years [Updated]
Discussion: JIMROMENESKO.COM and FishbowlDC
John Koblin / Deadspin:
ESPN Reprimands SportsCenter For Accurately Sourcing A Story: “IMPORTANT: DO NOT CREDIT SPORTS BY BROOKS”
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Amazon Publishing will expand to Europe; Kirshbaum to head U.S. operations
Greg Sargent / Washington Post:
Publicist confirms it: Fox News banned book critical of George W. Bush
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Discussion: Philly.com
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
NLGJA president: ‘The AP is probably correct’ to discourage use of ‘homophobia’
Discussion: Baltimore Sun
Greg Sandoval / CNET:
Song writers remind Pandora: 'You're profiting from our songs'
Discussion: Hillicon Valley
Anjali Mullany / Fast Company:
The Associated Press Stylebook Doesn't Approve Of The Words “Ethnic Cleansing”, “Islamaphobia”, “Homophobia”
Discussion: Politico and Mediaite
Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
Ready for His Close-Up: Ross Levinsohn to Join Zefr Board
Eric Pfanner / New York Times:
Erik Israelewicz, Editor of Le Monde, Dies at 58
Alex Weprin / FishbowlDC:
Don Graham: Biggest Mistake Was Promoting Brand Instead Of People, Like ‘Appallingly Young’ Ezra Klein
Discussion: TVNewser