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Capital New York to Relaunch December 3

capital-logoCapital New York, which was recently purchased by Robert Allbritton, publisher and co-founder of Politico, is relaunching December 3. As part of that, the site is debuting a new site, a daily newsletter called Capital Playbook and… a paywall.

Let’s examine the most notable aspects of the relaunch: Capital Playbook and the paywall. The email newsletter will essentially be Politico Playbook, only for New Yorkers. Each morning subscribers will received a list of interesting stories and scoops. It’ll be written by Azi Paybarah, Jimmy Vielkind and Mike Allen.

While there will still be free content on Capital, don’t expect too much. According to a note from Gillian Reagan, Capital’s managing editor, the majority of the site will be hidden behind three, pay-to-read sections: City Hall Pro, Albany Pro and Media Pro. The areas each cover is fairly self-explanatory.

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WebNewser: The Wall Street Journal debuted its Japanese-language Web site today.

Silicon Alley Insider: 1,100 AOL staffers took the buyout offered earlier this year, meaning the company will have to lay off 1,400 more people by the end of the first quarter of 2010.

Romenesko: The New York Observer‘s Gillian Reagan has left the paper to join The Business Insider.

Associated Press: Stephen Colbert is a cover model (again). He’s on the latest cover of Sports Illustrated in a form-fitting speed skating uniform.

Newsweek: Here’s a fun end of the year list: the oddest headlines of 2009.