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FINAL CUTS: HuffPo heads across the pond; Al Jazeera shut down in Yemen

Joe Pompeo
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Here's our list of headlines that managed to evade the full-on blog treatment today:

• The Huffington Post will launch a U.K. edition this summer. (The Guardian)

• Meanwhile, Google's quarterly U.K. magazine appears ready to come to the U.S. (AdAge)

• Authorities in Yemen shut down Al Jazeera's offices there as some of the network's journalists were beaten. (CPJ)

• Numbers guy Nate Silver crunches the New York Times online pay model and the economics of reporting. (New York Times/FiveThirtyEight)

• Steven Brill has sold his paid content consultancy, Journalism Online. (paidContent)

• NBC's Richard Engel was nearly shelled in Libya. (TV Newser)

• Jon Evans says the media is failing in its coverage of Japan. (TechCrunch)

• Elizabeth Taylor died too soon to make the weekly celebrity mags' deadlines. (AdWeek)

• What Nielsen Ratings mean for Fox Business Network. (TV Newser)

• Why did The Atlantic pull an article about Jay-Z? (FishbowlNY)

• The return of Jared Paul Stern -- on an AOL freelancers conference call. (WWD/Memo Pad)

• How Facebook helped four Romanian journalists "crowd publish" a magazine to success. (PBS MediaShift)

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