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12:45 PM 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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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.
James Ball / Guardian:
Leveson's distinction between web and print news ‘will undermine regulation’  —  Academics say Lord Justice Leveson has missed opportunity by devoting just one page of report to internet  —  Online journalists and academics have warned that the Leveson report's attempts to draw a distinction between …
Discussion: BBC
Rowena Mason / Telegraph:
David Cameron defies Leveson over press laws  —  David Cameron is prepared to block Lord Justice Leveson's key recommendation of new laws to regulate newspapers over fears it could undermine freedom of speech  —  The Prime Minister said he has “serious misgivings and concerns” …
Discussion: Guardian
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 …
Andrew Sparrow / Guardian:
Leveson report - Statements from Cameron and Clegg, and political reaction: Politics live blog  —  Sort by:  —  This is from the former Formula 1 boss Max Mosley, who successfully sued the News of the World for breach of privacy. … 2.40pm GMT  —  Alastair Campbell has just told BBC News …
Vikram Dodd / Guardian:
Leveson report criticises Met police over phone-hacking investigation
Discussion: Journalism.co.uk
Guido Fawkes:   Leveson Wants Ex-Brown Adviser to Regulate the Press
Dylan Byers / Politico:
CNN names Jeff Zucker president  —  Jeff Zucker, the former chief executive of NBCUniversal, has been named president of CNN Worldwide, the network announced today.  —  “After a careful search process, I picked Jeff because of his extensive experience and track record in broadcast and cable news …
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Marisa Guthrie / Hollywood Reporter:
It's Official: Jeff Zucker Tapped to Lead CNN  —  The former NBCUniversal chief, who replaces longtime exec Jim Walton, will be charged with lifting the cable news channel out of the ratings basement.  —  Jeff Zucker, the former NBC News wunderkind who climbed the ladder to the top job at NBCUniversal …
Discussion: Media Decoder
Rebecca Shapiro / The Huffington Post:
Jeff Zucker CNN President: Network Officially Hires Former NBC Universal Chief  —  It's official.  Former NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker will replace CNN Worldwide President Jim Walton, who is retiring at the end of 2012.  The Time Warner-owned cable news network suffered form record low ratings in 2012 …
Discussion: Gawker
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
NYT: Jodi Rudoren's social media arrangement not a punishment  —  Tasking an editor to review Jerusalem Bureau Chief Jodi Rudoren's social media output in advance will “capitalize on the promise of social media's engagement with readers while not exposing The Times to a reporter's unfiltered …
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John Cook / Gawker:   New York Times Bureau Chief Isn't Chief of Her Own Tweets
Margaret Sullivan / The Public Editor's Journal:
Problems With a Reporter's Facebook Posts, and a Possible Solution
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
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.
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 …
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
 
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Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
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Net-a-Porter CEO: It's no secret we're launching a major fashion magazine
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Atavist begins offering in-app subscriptions to its stories
Rachel McAthy / Journalism.co.uk:
Reporters Without Borders launches site for censored content
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Merrill Knox / TVNewser:
More Than 90 Jobs to be Cut at Bloomberg TV Europe
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