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3:55 PM ET, February 11, 2013

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Eliza Gray / New Republic:
Can the Fox News CEO make his network more Latino-friendly?  —  Roger Ailes is kvetching.  “The president likes to divide people into groups,” he huffs into the phone.  “He's too busy getting the middle class to hate rich people, blacks to hate whites.  He is busy trying to get everybody to hate each other.”
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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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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Joe Flint / Los Angeles Times:   Starz strikes deal to hold on to Sony Pictures
Dr. George Lombardi / Mediaite:
My Patient, Killed By The New York Times  —  I went to the funeral of a 73 year old man who died of metastatic prostate cancer.  He was one of my first patients and we had developed a friendship over the years.  Attending his funeral was my way of showing my respect for the grace and courage he had displayed during his illness.
Jim Romenesko:
The Verge considers a print edition  —  Editors of The Verge ("covering the intersection of technology, science, art, and culture") might put out a print edition.  —  “It's something we've talked about quite a bit and something we have seriously looked into (and continue to look into),” …
Jeff Sonderman / Poynter:
EveryBlock could still be sold, says Schiller, after abrupt closing of hyperlocal pioneer  —  EveryBlock, the hyperlocal news and community discussion site that abruptly closed last week, may be resurrected if NBC can find a suitable buyer.  —  NBC News Chief Digital Officer Vivian Schiller told …
Discussion: @jeffjarvis
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 …
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 …
Associated Press:
Myanmar denies hacking journalist email accounts  —  YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — Myanmar's government denied on Monday that it was behind a possible attempt to hack into the email accounts of journalists working for foreign and local media who Google warned might have been the targets of “state-sponsored attackers.”
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Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Macmillan will pay $20M to settle remaining ebook pricing lawsuits  —  Macmillan settled with the Department of Justice Friday over allegedly colluding to set ebook prices, and is now settling the class action and states' lawsuits remaining against it.  Under a proposed settlement announced Friday night …
Tim Carmody / The Verge:
Jalopnik reboot hints at new era for Gawker where readers become writers  —  Gawker Media's new Kinja platform adds ways for readers to comment, annotate, and post on each site  —  Gawker's Media's blog network has helped define the professional weblog style, both for words and web design …
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.
Michael Wolff / USA Today:
Netflix plays its ‘Cards’ in a new game strategy  —  The business debate about Netflix's remake of the British political thriller House of Cards has focused on binge watching.  Was Netflix savvy to have released all 13 episodes of its first original production at once, or would a more traditional roll …
Discussion: paidContent
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Felix Salmon:
Why the quants won't take over Hollywood
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