WEDNESDAY’S LINKS: ‘NYT’ Declines Judge’s Request, NY ‘Daily News’ HQ, Global Newspaper Circ Up

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By: E&P Staff

In today’s links, global newspaper circulation continues to rise, New York Times Co. CEO Janet Robinson is planning “town hall” meetings with Boston Globe staffers to talk about the paper’s woes, and the New York Times refuses to let a reporter voluntarily appear in court in a case against a pharmaceutical company.

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Google will today launch its long-awaited push into Australia’s booming local online search market via a partnership with Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation. (Australian)

A Pennsylvania coroner came out swinging, saying he is innocent of felony criminal charges and that Intelligencer Journal reporters who testified against him did so “in violation of all journalistic ethics.” (Lancaster Online)

New York Times Co. CEO Janet Robinson is planning “town meetings” at the Globe to Address Downturn (New York Daily News)

Global newspaper circulation rose in 2005 and the number of titles passed 10,000 for first time, according to new data from the World Association of Newspapers (Guardian)

The New York Times is declining a federal judge’s request that one of its reporters appear in court today to explain how he got front-page scoops about the internal communications of a pharmaceutical company. (New York Sun)

Real estate rival buys building that is home to Mort Zuckerman’s New York Daily News (New York Observer)

Next Wednesday marks the official re-launch of the New York Observer, an overhaul of both print and online that will represent the biggest change at the paper since new owner Jared Kushner took over in July. (Eat the Press)

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