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As 'Murdoch's Scandal' Unravels, Many Implicated

Murdoch's Scandal, a new Frontline documentary, examines allegations of phone hacking and bribery that brought down Rupert Murdoch's tabloid News of the World. Criminal and parliamentary investigations are now underway in the U.K., and dozens of journalists and top executives have been arrested.
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NYTimes.com Cuts Free Articles To 10 Per Month, From 20

The news outlet says 10 articles and free access to its home page "strikes a better balance between visiting and subscribing."
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For 'Days Of Our Lives,' Time Hasn't Run Out ... Yet

Days of Our Lives is one of only four daytime soap operas surviving in an era of plummeting ratings. Show producers are giving the drama an expensive new reboot. Will it be enough to save one of the longest-running scripted TV programs in the world?
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Do Digital Gadgets Increase Our Appetite For News?

More than twice as many people read news recommended on Facebook than on Twitter, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism. One in four Americans now gets their news digitally from mobile devices.
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Starring On Capitol Hill: The Celebrity Or The Cause?

Despite the excitement surrounding actor and activist George Clooney's visit to Washington, D.C., this week, there's nothing new about stars testifying before Congress.

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'This American Life' Pulls Apple Story

The popular public radio show This American Life has retracted its story about a one-man show concerned with conditions at the Chinese factories that manufacture Apple products. NPR's David Folkenflik talks with guest host Jacki Lyden about the different standards of journalism and theater.

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