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9:45 AM ET, May 22, 2013

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Dana Milbank / Washington Post:
In AP, Rosen investigations, government makes criminals of reporters  —  There are various reasons you might not care about the Obama administration's spying on journalist James Rosen and labeling him a “co-conspirator and/or aider and abettor” in an espionage case.
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Dylan Byers / Politico:
DOJ: We haven't ‘compromised’ Sharyl Attkisson's computers  —  The Dept. of Justice says it has never “compromised” computers belonging to Sharyl Attkisson, the CBS News investigative reporter who on Tuesday said that her personal and work computers were under investigation after intrusions by an unspecified entity.
Jeff Poor / The Daily Caller:
Bret Baier: Justice Department targeted James Rosen's parents as well  —  On Tuesday's “Special Report” on the Fox News Channel, host Bret Baier revealed that the intrusions into James Rosen's privacy went beyond Rosen himself and also involved his parents.  —  Baier laid out the specifics …
Discussion: Politico and Mediaite
Cody Brown / Medium:
The New York Times Told Me to Take This Down  —  It's been five months since the New York Times dropped their mammoth digital story “Snow Fall,” and some people still talk about it as if it came out last week.  At a conference recently, the editor-in-chief of the Times said that “Snow Fall” has become a verb inside the newsroom.
John Plunkett / Guardian:
BBC may charge Sky for content as retransmission fee row escalates  —  BSkyB charges public service broadcasters £10m a year, with corporation saying ‘money is flowing in the wrong direction’  —  The BBC has raised the stakes in its row with BSkyB over retransmission fees …
Discussion: broadcastnow.co.uk
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
BuzzFeed business news wants to be scoops  —  BuzzFeed's business news strategy is to focus on breaking news but focusing on the areas where it believes it can cover the news better than others, said its business editor in an interview on Tuesday.  —  “Business news is scoops,” said Peter Lauria.
Lucia Moses / Adweek:
The New York Times Reinvents the Boring Banner Ad  —  An obscure piece on The New York Times' website about Picasso repurposing his canvases by painting over older, abandoned projects was fascinating, at least insofar as stories about master artists and their recycling habits go.
Kate Holton / Reuters:
Pearson agrees $75 million settlement in U.S. eBook pricing case  —  (Reuters) - Publisher Pearson said on Wednesday it would pay $75 million in consumer damages plus cost and fees as part of a deal with the United States to settle anti-trust claims relating to eBook pricing for its Penguin division.
Discussion: The Next Web
Nick Summers / The Next Web:
Amazon unveils Kindle Worlds publishing platform to help aspiring fan fiction writers sell their work  —  Amazon announced a new publishing platform today called Kindle Worlds, which will give both established authors and aspiring fan fiction writers the chance to earn royalties based on their work.
Discussion: Amazon
Lauren Indvik / Mashable:
‘Wired’ Completely Overhauls Print Magazine  —  Wired is debuting a new look for its June issue, which hits newsstands Tuesday.  The magazine has been completely made over by Scott Dadich, who before being named editor-in-chief last November worked as creative director of Wired from 2006 to 2010.
Discussion: Talking Biz News and ClickZ, Thanks:@mattsf
Andrea Morabito / Broadcasting & Cable:
CBS Earns First Full-Season 18-49 Demo Win in 21 Years  —  Fox slips to second as falling ‘Idol’ deals net biggest declines  —  With two nights remaining, CBS has won the 2012-13 season in total viewers, adults 25-54 and adults 18-49, according to Nielsen ratings through May 19.
Ryan Graff / MediaShift Idea Lab:
Former Facebook ME Dan Fletcher: 'It's a Great Time to Launch a New Publication'  —  Dan Fletcher, the recently departed managing editor at Facebook, seems to be always ahead of the curve.  In 2010, at age 22, Fletcher became the youngest person ever to write a cover story for Time magazine.
 
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Christina Chaey / Fast Company:
Pandora Premieres Lets You Preview Albums A Week Before They Launch
Discussion: CNET
David Ingram / Reuters:
Court rules bin Laden death photos can stay secret
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 Earlier Picks: 
Al Tompkins / Poynter:
Oklahoma governor thanks media for tornado coverage
Discussion: msnbc.com and Guardian
Jim Romenesko:
Texas Monthly and Atlanta Magazine are the big winners in CRMA's awards competition
Discussion: Eater National
Caroline O'Donovan / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Tuesday Q&A: CEO Baba Shetty talks Newsweek's relaunch, user-first design, magazineness, and the business model
Discussion: Co.Design
John Koblin / Deadspin:
Sources: ESPN Laying Off Hundreds [UPDATE]
Wall Street Journal:
Liberty Global Puts Chellomedia on Block
Discussion: Broadband TV News and C21Media