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Pressing News from the Media Nation

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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F**k copyrights!: With a very public $1.65 billion on the table for Google's purchase of D.I.Y. video site YouTube, litigious lawyers will eye copyright infringement suits, says the WSJ. They can take away Colbert and SNL clips, but they can't touch The Kid from Brooklyn (right, NSFW).

Revenge of the nerds: The New York Observer checked in with The New Yorker Fest's literary luminaries (Zadie Smith, Tobias Wolff, George Saunders), and then swung by the magazine's "night of minimal techno and house music."

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Factory's open: Rush & Molloy confirm that photographer Todd Eberle assembled Andy Warhol's old posse for a Vanity Fair photo shoot. (Rumors of the shoot previously appeared on Jossip, a gossip blog.)

Putin on the spot: Vladimir Putin can't shake criticism over the murder of journalist Anna Politkovskaya, who was killed last weekend. Related: In Memory of Anna Politkovskaya.

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