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11:55 AM ET, February 11, 2013

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Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Financial Times editor Lionel Barber: ‘News now is not the newspaper’  —  As the FT celebrates its 125th birthday, Barber outlines his plans for a digital revolution  —  Pink is a colour associated with good health and in the past the salmon shades of the Financial Times's pages seemed …
Katherine Rushton / Telegraph:
Google to launch YouTube on TV  —  Google's battle with broadcasters has stepped up a gear after the company signed a deal with Freesat to launch a full-blown YouTube television channel.  —  The deal will help to boost YouTube, which last year launched 60 broadcast-style channels featuring programmes …
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Matt Brian / The Next Web:
Google signs deal to launch new YouTube app on free-to-air UK satellite TV service Freesat  —  Expanding its online video services beyond the Web, Google has signed a deal (via The Telegraph) with free-to-air UK satellite TV service Freesat to add a dedicated YouTube app for customers …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
No Netflix for Sony, Which Stays With Starz  —  Sony's movie studio has renewed a deal to show its first-run films on the Starz pay-TV service; the new pact now keeps the two companies tied up until 2021.  Many industry observers thought that Netflix, after signing Disney to a landmark deal in December …
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Bill Carter / New York Times:
In Venture With NBC, Esquire Expands Into Television  —  Esquire, the magazine that has relied on the printed page for the last 80 years, is about to make a move into television.  —  On Monday, NBCUniversal will announce that it has concluded a deal with Hearst Magazines to rebrand …
Felix Salmon:
Why the quants won't take over Hollywood  —  Andrew Leonard has a very odd column about Netflix and House of Cards, under the headline “How Netflix is turning viewers into puppets”.  Netflix, you see, has lots of data, and it used that data in the commissioning process for the series:
Discussion: Esquire, @pkafka and @felixsalmon
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Michael Wolff / USA Today:
Netflix plays its ‘Cards’ in a new game strategy
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Thomas Fuller / New York Times:
Journalists' E-Mail Accounts Targeted in Myanmar  —  BANGKOK — Several journalists who cover Myanmar said Sunday that they had received warnings from Google that their e-mail accounts might have been hacked by “state-sponsored attackers.”  —  The warnings began appearing last week …
Project for Excellence in Journalism:
Newspapers Turning Ideas into Dollars  —  In America's embattled newspaper industry, some business innovations are showing clear signs of success, according to a new report by the Pew Research Center.  While many of these are occurring on the digital side, some papers are generating …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Amazon Will Get New CBS Stephen King Series While It's Still on the Air  —  On June 24, CBS starts running “Under the Dome,” a 13-episode miniseries based on a Stephen King novel, produced by Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television.  And on June 28, Amazon Prime customers can begin watching the show online for free.
Jasper Jackson / TheMediaBriefing:
Datawatch: Global newspaper circulation in decline as disruption reaches emerging economies  —  For years it's been thought that growing newspaper readership in emerging economies - the BRICs and the next 11 - was compensating for declining print circulation in developed world.
Natasha Lomas / TechCrunch:
Google Says $80M French Publishers' Fund Won't Be Replicated Elsewhere In Europe  —  Google says it not currently looking to create funds to support digital publishers outside France.  Google's comments follow calls last week by Francisco Pinto Balsemao, head of the European Publishers Council …
Margaret Sullivan / New York Times:
Keeping Secrets  —  IF you only own a hammer, observed the psychologist Abraham Maslow, you tend to see every problem as a nail.  —  Similarly, when the government's only chance of keeping an inconvenient truth out of the news media is to warn of a national security threat, it's amazing how these threats pop up.
 
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