Morning Links: Reports That Former NOTW Editor Stuart Kuttner Was Arrested

71 year old former NOTW editor Stuart Kuttner was arrested by British police today, if we can trust a blend of  Twitter  and the AP. Here, the Wall Street Journal to expects you to believe that because a Mirror reporter confessed to paying 50 pounds for a tip,  everyone in Britain, not just of the News of the World, was reporting tabloid stories illegally. Meanwhile, the mother board put Andrea Zappia in charge of Sky Italia.

If you think about it, Wired is actually the bestselling Conde Nast iPad app, because the New Yorker comes four times as often, according to WWD.

A technology firm in the UK told British officials that it knows of many mass deletions of News International emails, though they’ll never know what their motives were  for getting rid of them, reports the Guardian.

Nation editor Christopher L. Hayes is being groomed for an MSNBC with a weekend morning hosting gig. He’s going to be the Rachel Maddow of the mornings when Joe Scarborough isn’t working, beginning September 17, according to Media Decoder.

The National Association of Black Journalists has withdrawn from the 2012 conference of Unity: Coalition of Journalists of color, due to disagreements over funding allocation, reports the Times.

  Morning Links: Reports That Former NOTW Editor Stuart Kuttner Was Arrested