Wednesday, July 20, 2011

This week's topic links

Cameron, Murdochs In the Hotseat

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BBC News: "Phone-hacking: Cameron's 'regret' over hiring Coulson"

Cassell Bryan-Low and Paul Sonne, The Wall Street Journal: "Murdochs Are Grilled"

Nick Davies, The Guardian: "Behind Rupert and James Murdoch's gloss, an intensely serious defence"

James Delingpole, The Daily Telegraph: "The Murdochalypse: break and circuses"

NPR: "Tina Brown's Must Reads: Reckoning With Rupert"

Roger Cohen, The New York Times: "In Defense of Murdoch"

Andy fixmer, Ronald Grover and Jeffrey McCracken, Bloomberg: "News Corp. Said to Consider Elevating Chase Carey to CEO"

Murdoch = More Media Regulation?

Mike Collett-White, Reuters: "UK media ponders changes hacking scandal may bring"

Iain Overton, Huffington Post UK: "Analysis: Why Press Reform Could Inhibit Investigative Journalism"

Josh Smith, National Journal: "News Corp. Scandal Adds Fuel To U.S. Media Ownership Debate"

John Eggerton, Broadcasting & Cable: "News Corp. Fallout: Rep. Bono Mack Seeks Privacy Info From NCTA, Others"

Editorial Board, The Washington Post: "Don't let the response to News of the World go too far" "Ownership Chart: The Big Six"

WSJ: Dodging the Hacking Taint

Review & Outlook, The Wall Street Journal: "News and Its Critics: A tabloid's excesses don't tarnish thousands of other journalists."

Robert L. Pollack, The Wall Street Journal: "The Murdoch Empire -- An Inside View"

Joe Nocera, The New York Times: "The Journal Becomes Fox-ified"

Michael Calderone, Huffington Post: "Wall Street Journal Staffers Push Back: We're Not 'Fox-ified'"

Charles M. Madigan, Chicago Tribune: "Can journalism survive Murdoch?"

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