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8:15 AM ET, December 5, 2012

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Jeff Bercovici / Forbes:
New York Post's Subway Death Photo: Was It Ethical Photojournalism?  —  When a news photographer witnesses a tragedy in the making, is his obligation to intervene or to document it?  —  That question has cropped up anew following the New York Post's publication, on its front page …
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Julie Moos / Poynter:
NY Post photog: 'Every time I close my eyes, I see the image of death"  —  In an interview with The New York Times, freelance photographer R. Umar Abbasi defended himself after being criticized for taking pictures of Ki Suk Han as he was stuck on a subway track, to be killed by an oncoming train.
Tom McGeveran / The New Republic:
The New York Post Was Tasteless. That's the Point.
Dan Sabbagh / Guardian:
Newspaper editors sign up to Leveson recommendations  —  Bosses of every significant Fleet Street paper back 40 out of 47 measures, but not proposals for statutory intervention  —  National newspaper editors signed up to implement all Lord Justice Leveson's non-statutory recommendations …
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Nick Allen / Telegraph:
Wikipedia, the 25-year-old student and the prank that fooled Leveson  —  An American man wrongly named in the Leveson Report as a founder of The Independent newspaper has expressed surprise that a judge would accept without question information on Wikipedia.
Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine:
Fox News Puts Karl Rove on the Bench  —  The post-election soul searching going on inside the Republican Party is taking place inside Fox News as well.  Fox News chief Roger Ailes, a canny marketer and protector of his network's brand, has been taking steps since November to reposition Fox …
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Los Angeles Times:
Netflix takes Disney pay-TV rights from Starz  —  Netflix in 2016 will feature recently released movies from Walt Disney Studios.  (Netflix)  —  Netflix has acquired the exclusive U.S. rights to movies from Walt Disney Studios films, beginning in 2016, in a three-year deal that catapults …
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Jordan Kurzweil / GigaOM:
Why I tried to buy The Daily  —  Closing The Daily was a mistake.  It should have been saved.  —  The move to shutter follows the same battiness with which News Corp has been approaching digital ventures since its first foray into the web with iGuide in 1995: ahead-of-the-curve with a grand …
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Romain Dillet / TechCrunch:
Pandora Beats, Q3 2013 Revenue Up 60% To $120M, Net Income Of $2.1M; Q4 Forecast Much Lower Than Expected  —  Internet radio service Pandora released its financial results for the Q3 2013, ending October 31 2012.  Revenue is up 60 percent compared to Q3 2012 to $120 million.
Discussion: MarketWatch and CNET
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Greg Sandoval / CNET:
Pandora shares plumments after hours on weak earnings
Discussion: Pandora, VentureBeat and Betabeat
Jason Del Rey / AdAge:
Why BuzzFeed Still Doesn't Cover Business News  —  Took Pitches From Business Journalists Earlier This Year  —  “The goal is to build the next great news organization.”  —  That's BuzzFeed Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith reflecting this week on his first year at the social-news publisher and the future he sees for it.
Freek Vermeulen / Harvard Business Review:
Which Best Practice Is Ruining Your Business?  —  For many decades, newspapers were big; printed on the so-called broadsheet format.  However, it was not cheaper to print on such large sheets of paper — that was not the reason for their exorbitant size — in fact, it was more expensive, in comparison to the so-called tabloid size.
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
UK literary agency partners exclusively with Amazon to break authors into US  —  U.K. literary agency Curtis Brown (which operates independently from the literary agency of the same name in the U.S.) will publish over 200 titles exclusively through Amazon, in a program designed to break U.K. authors into the U.S. market.
Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
Verizon CEO: Redbox Streaming Video Venture Launch Pushed Back to Early 2013  —  He says Redbox Instant by Verizon, which will compete with Netflix, will be available by early in the second quarter, after previous estimates for a late 2012 start.  —  Verizon and Redbox will bring …
Douglas Macmillan / Bloomberg:
No VC: Why Techmeme's Gabe Rivera Resists Investors  —  Gabe Rivera often hears from Silicon Valley's elite, who are eager to invest in his startup Techmeme, the favorite news website of technology industry insiders.  But many of them, such as SoftTech VC's Jeff Clavier, don't get very far.
Discussion: broadstuff
Katherine Boehret / AllThingsD:
Custom Magazine Focuses on the Big Pictures  —  When you're hungry for online news, where do you go for a personalized fix?  There's the friend who constantly posts the funniest stories on Facebook before everyone else, or the colleague who shares smart articles on Twitter the second they're published online.
Discussion: CNET and The Next Web
 
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Katy Bachman / Adweek:
FCC Media Ownership Rule Vote Pushed to Next Year
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Nicholas Carlson / Business Insider:
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Julie Moos / Poynter:
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