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8:35 PM ET, July 30, 2013

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Dan Gillmor / Guardian:
The Bradley Manning verdict is still bad news for the press  —  The Obama administration's war on leaks and, by extension, the work of investigative reporters, has been unrelenting  —  The American journalism trade is breathing a collective - but premature and, in many cases, grossly hypocritical - sigh of relief today.
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Kim Zetter / Wired:
Bradley Manning Found Not Guilty of Aiding the Enemy, Guilty on Lesser Charges  —  After a three-year legal battle and months-long trial, former Army intelligence analyst Bradley Manning was found not guilty on the most serious charge he faced — aiding the enemy.
Brian Barrett / Gizmodo:
Q&A With the Chicago Tribune Editors Who Put a Cat on Their Homepage  —  Earlier today, visitors to the Chicago Tribune's homepage were greeted not with traditional lead story or splash image.  Instead, there was an adorable kitty, a placeholder headline, and the word test over and over again.
Stuart Dredge / Guardian:
How Vice's Tim Pool used Google Glass to cover Istanbul protests  —  What is Google Glass good for, beyond showing off at technology conferences?  Google's augmented eyewear has plenty of sceptics, but here's one scenario:  —  “When there's a wall of police firing plastic bullets at you …
Sarah Marshall / Journalism.co.uk:
New York Times elevates comments from below the line  —  As part of a series of experiments to make reaction more useful to readers, comments are placed alongside a story  —  The New York Times is trying something new with comments: placing key reactions alongside the story narrative.
Amol Sharma / Wall Street Journal:
CBS Experiments With Streaming Deals  —  Amazon Streams ‘Under the Dome’; Netflix Has Rights to ‘Hostages’  —  By - AMOL SHARMA -  —  CBS Corp. Chief Executive Leslie Moonves said Monday the broadcaster is experimenting with new business models for serialized dramas like apocalyptic summer hit …
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Edmund Lee / Bloomberg:
Facebook Said to Plan to Sell TV-Style Ads for $2.5M Each  —  Facebook Inc. (FB), seeking to break the long-held dominance of television over advertising budgets, plans to sell TV-style commercials on its site for as much as $2.5 million a day, two people familiar with the matter said.
Brendan Sasso / Hillicon Valley:
Senate panel approves Wheeler to lead FCC  —  The Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee on Tuesday advanced Tom Wheeler's nomination to lead the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to the Senate floor.  —  The panel approved his nomination by a voice vote, although there were scattered “no” votes from Republicans.
Dylan Byers / Politico:
Greenwald: NSA hearing cancelled  —  This week's informal congressional hearing on the National Security Agency's surveillance program has been cancelled, according to The Guardian's Glenn Greenwald, who was expected to testify via satellite.  —  Democratic congressman Alan Grayson …
Joan E. Solsman / CNET:
Amazon scores Obama Q&A for Kindle Singles Interview series  —  A coup for Kindle's shop for mini e-books, the new interview series lands President Obama as its next subject.  It's the latest move inching the e-commerce giant into the realm of news.  —  Follow @@joan_e  —  President Barack Obama.
Discussion: Politico, @laureni and The Verge
Janko Roettgers / GigaOM:
Vimeo and Redbox Instant are coming to Chromecast.  Next up: Plex and HBO Go?  —  Chromecast, the streaming video adapter introduced by Google last week, is quickly gaining support from a number of media platforms.  Case in point: Vimeo told us it wants to support Chromecast …
Kira Goldenberg / Columbia Journalism Review:
TNR asks the big journalism question  —  Over at The New Republic, Marc Tracy offers a helpful peek into how an ignorant Fox News interview—a religion scholar who happened to be Muslim was asked why he wrote a book about Jesus—became a “traffic bonanza” for BuzzFeed.
Gordon MacMillan / Twitter Blog:
Guardian says Twitter surpassing other social media for breaking news traffic  —  Andrews Miller, Guardian News & Media CEO, says that Twitter is driving more referral traffic for key breaking news stories to The Guardian than other social media platforms.  —  Speaking at the recent …
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Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke / The New York Observer:
Changes at WSJ's Greater New York Section
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Sara Morrison / The Wrap:
Al Jazeera America Announces 12 New U.S. Bureaus and Correspondents
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Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY:
Vanity Fair and Vogue Get TV Deals
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Madeline McMahon / Bloomberg:
Reuters Profit Tops Estimates on Accounting, Legal Gains
Paul Sawers / The Next Web:
The Guardian newspaper moves its UK, US and Australian websites to the new .com domain today
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Brooks Barnes / New York Times:
Dispute Blocks Hollywood's Share of Chinese Box Office
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David Carr / New York Times:
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