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3:05 PM ET, June 14, 2013

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Amy Chozick / New York Times:
Bloomberg Reporters' Practices Become Crucial Issue for Company  —  Most journalists dream of uncovering government corruption, landing a big interview or winning a Pulitzer Prize.  But those are not the goals that Thomas F. Secunda, who co-founded Bloomberg L.P. in 1982 with Michael R. Bloomberg, has in mind.
Erik Wemple:
CBS News confirms multiple breaches of Sharyl Attkisson's computer  —  CBS News reporter Sharyl Attkisson revealed in May that her computer had been compromised.  When asked about the situation, CBS News responded with a statement that it was conducting an investigation.
Josh Sternberg / Digiday:
How Top Publishers Handle ‘Sponsored Content’  —  Sponsored content - that is advertising content distributed by publishers — is the new belle of the ball.  For publishers, it holds out the hopes of escaping the downward pressure on CPMs.  —  There's a breadth of options for brands across publishers.
Discussion: @alexismadrigal and @jeffjarvis
Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
The Atlantic launches weekly iPhone magazine for $2.99 a month  —  The Atlantic's anticipated paid product is now here in the form of a weekly collection of curated content.  —  In April, Atlantic Media President Justin Smith teased the idea of a paid product at PaidContent Live.
Discussion: FOLIO, Adweek, Mashable and Digiday
Elizabeth Jensen / New York Times:
Venerable Format of ‘NewsHour’ Struggles With New Era of Media  —  For many of its 38 years, the sober studio-interview format of the “PBS NewsHour” has served the program well, drawing viewers and corporate underwriters alike.  But with a deep financing crisis forcing layoffs and other cutbacks this week …
Discussion: TVNewser and @jayrosen_nyu
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Global Radio appeals against order to sell off GMG Radio stations  —  Competition Commission ordered the sale of stations in seven areas of the UK over concerns about effect on competition  —  Global Radio is refusing to give up its fight to keep control GMG Radio, owner of the Real and Smooth networks …
Sarah Laskow / Columbia Journalism Review:
Reporting, or illegal hacking  —  Scripps reporters are accused of violating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act  —  The team at Scripps Howard News Service didn't use any tools that aren't used in newsrooms across the country in the regular course of reporting.
Discussion: @onthemedia
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
API Code Could Point To Facebook Building An RSS Reader  —  Move over Reeder, Feedly, Digg, NewsBlur, Feedbin and the rest of the RSS players who hope to pick up some new users with the impending demise of Google Reader.  Facebook may also be looking to wade into the game.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Washington Examiner says goodbye to daily edition  —  The Washington Examiner published its last local daily edition today.  It will become “a digital platform and weekly print magazine focused on political thought leadership,” the company announced in March.
Jodi Enda / Pew Research Center:
Nonprofit news organizations: some want government subsidy  —  News outlets often have an adversarial relationship with the government, a longstanding tension underscored most recently by the Obama administration's pursuit of leaks to the Associated Press and Fox News Channel and the decisions …
Roberta Rampton / Reuters:
Obama: Government must find ways to free up wireless spectrum  —  (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will order federal agencies to look for ways they can eventually share more of their airwaves with consumers and businesses that will need more of the spectrum for smartphones and tablets, the White House said on Friday.
Discussion: USA Today and Associated Press
Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
Yahoo's Head of Middle East and Africa Departs for New Social TV Startup Aimed at Emerging Markets  —  One of Yahoo's senior international execs, longtime entrepreneur Ahmed Nassef, is leaving the company to create a new startup called Telfez, which will be a social television effort aimed at emerging markets.
 
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