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Daily Archives: October 20, 2012

* The men interested in the Los Angeles Times: Rupert Murdoch, Aaron Kushner, Doug Manchester and Austin Beutner. (Murdoch wants the Chicago Tribune, too.) (latimes.com)
* Why Roger Ailes decided not to retire from Fox News. (A $21 million salary may have had something to do with it.) (thedailybeast.com)
* Judge rules Louisville reporter can cover trial he’s supposed to testify in. (courier-journal.com)
* Judge orders FBI to pay San Francisco journalist Seth Rosenfeld nearly $500K for withholding records. (sfgate.com)
* Student reporter and Cal State spar over a public record — and 20 cents. (latimes.com)
* Washington Post’s ombudsman examines the paper’s coverage of third-party candidates. (washingtonpost.com)
* A new vision for Seattle news site Crosscut. (crosscut.com)
* Do newspaper endorsements matter? (usatoday.com)