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Wednesday, Nov 28

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Larry Kramer: No Plans For a USA Today Paywall (FishbowlNY)
USA Today publisher Larry Kramer says that the company has no plans to institute a paywall at the national paper's website, even as the company continues to examine future revenue models.

Leveson Report Delivered To David Cameron (HuffPost)
British Prime Minister David Cameron has officially received a copy of the hotly awaited Leveson Report, 24 hours before it will be released to the public. The Leveson Inquiry was set up in the wake of the phone hacking crisis which hit Rupert Murdoch's media group.

Vimeo Launches Reimagined iPhone App, Minus The Video Editor (SocialTimes)
This morning Vimeo has launched a brand new iPhone app that they're calling "awesome, sleeker, more beautiful, way awesomer, and also much more awesomer than ever before."

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