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Nielsen Adds Radio Measurement With $1.3 Billion Arbitron Buy (AllThingsD)
Nielsen owns the TV ratings market. Now it wants radio, too. Nielsen plans to pay $1.26 billion, or $48 per share, for Arbitron, the company that measures radio listening in the U.S.

Media, Residents Yearn for Journalists to Leave Newtown (Poynter)
Four days after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, it's not just Newtown, Conn., residents griping about how members of the media are still camping out. Reporters are wondering what they’re still doing there, too.

Google Helps Bring More Ancient Texts Online (TechCrunch)
Google announced that it has been working with the Israel Antiquities Authority to bring a large collection of biblical manuscript fragments online, including the earliest known copies of the Book of Deuteronomy.

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