Front page of the day. Brilliant tabloid work by The Daily Telegraph:

Murdoch departures ‘may herald his exit from papers’

“James Murdoch has dramatically quit as director of the companies that publish the Sun, The Times and the Sunday Times and analysts said he could soon sever all ties with the troubled newspaper group.” — London Evening Standard

Staffer turns against Sandilands as banned brands go to air

“Signs of internal views at Southern Cross Austereo about Today Network presenter Kyle Sandilands have emerged, with national account manager Julie Anne Dacumos taking to Twitter to describe Sandilands as ‘a douche’.” — mUmBRELLA

Journalist Mona Eltahawy tells of s-x assault in Cairo ministry

“The prominent US-Egyptian journalist Mona Eltahawy has described a brutal s-xual and physical assault that she says she suffered after being arrested by Egyptian riot police during a 12-hour ordeal inside Cairo’s interior ministry.” — The Guardian

ABC accused of publishing erroneous material on coal-seam gas website

“The gas and petroleum industry’s peak body has lashed the ABC for publishing an information website on coal-seam gas mining ‘riddled with factual errors’.” — The Australian

Why journalists must earn the right to teach old media new tricks

New York Times media reporter and blogger Brian Stelter spoke about his experience as a young reporter at the Times, a company that is symbolic of old media. He argued that one must earn the right to teach and learn the way a company operates before you start making changes. After spending his time learning.” — Mashable