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Dec. 3, 2010, 6 p.m.

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Times of London says it’s going to make up the gap in lost revenue from subscribers soon »

Curious about the tablet talk at today’s INMA media transformation conference? Poynter’s @dKiesow is liveblogging »

@CJR talks with Ethan Zuckerman about the implications of Amazon dumping WikiLeaks »

Jim Brady talks about leaving TBD and the rift over innovation and reporting at Allbritton »

Gawker’s redesign: “River on one side, party on the other” »

Just call them The Super: Google buys NYC office building, tenants include Sprint, Barnes & Noble and Spotify »

Could Google be updating its digital copyright rules because Viacom is appealing the YouTube case? »

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