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Southern Star boss quits

“In a surprising industry move, Southern Star chief executive officer Rory Callaghan has resigned to pursue new, but undisclosed, opportunities.” — TV Tonight

Fin Review closes MIS magazine

“Financial Review Group has closed technology publication MIS Magazine, Mumbrella can reveal.” — mUmBRELLA

New Hampshire barely moves the ratings needle

“While some of the Republican debates have drawn record-size audiences, viewers have mostly shrugged off the actual vote-counting.” — The New York Times

First Western journalist killed in Syrian uprising

“A French journalist died Wednesday in a mortar strike on a pro-government rally in Homs, the first Western journalist to die in the Syrian uprising.” — CNN

Paul Dacre had hand in accusing Grant of smears: Leveson

“Paul Dacre, the Associated Newspapers editor-in-chief, had a hand in the drafting of the Daily Mail publisher’s statement accusing Hugh Grant of ‘mendacious smears’, the Leveson inquiry has heard.” — The Guardian

Even on phones, news more likely to be found socially

“The average person looking at a smartphone screen right now is more likely to come across news from your organization through a Facebook or Twitter app than through your own news app.” — Poynter

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