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11:00 AM ET, November 4, 2013

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Kara Swisher / AllThingsD:
Yahoo's Mayer on the Talent Hunt for Tech Journalists (Even From AllThingsD!)  —  This weekend, a Yahoo recruiter tried to poach two of our fine AllThingsD reporters for what was described as a “new initiative within our Tech Vertical.”  —  According to the recruiter, who used LinkedIn for the outreach …
David Carr / New York Times:
With ‘Alpha House,’ Amazon Makes Bid for Living Room Screens and Beyond  —  Not long ago, I was on the set of a show about politics, Washington and a senator gone rogue.  The set had all the trappings of a big-time television production, but it will be delivered not by broadcast or cable …
Discussion: The Next Web and @brianstelter
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Amol Sharma / Wall Street Journal:
Amazon' approach to find new TV hits could hold lessons for established media companies  —  In May, a dozen Amazon.com Inc. executives, including Chief Executive Jeff Bezos, gathered in a Seattle conference room to select the first original TV shows the company would produce for its streaming video service.
Press Gazette:
Glenn Mulcaire never deleted Milly Dowler's voice mail, court told  —  The News of the World never deleted Milly Dowler's voice mail messages, a court has heard.  —  Continuing his opening address at the phone-hacking trial, Andrew Edis conceded there was no evidence to support the claim carried in The Guardian.
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Telegraph:
Rebekah Brooks and assistant ‘spirited away’ archived notebooks  —  Rebekah Brooks ordered the destruction of incriminating evidence when she was due to be arrested over phone hacking and corruption, the Old Bailey has heard.  —  Rebekah Brooks and her personal assistant removed seven archived boxes …
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The Texas Tribune is getting into sponsored content for a new online opinion section  —  The Texas Tribune will begin experimenting with sponsored content in 2014 with a site dedicated to both standard and paid opinion pieces.  —  TribTalk will be the Austin-based news nonprofit's answer …
Discussion: @niemanlab
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Is YouTube Too Big to Have a Really Big Show?  —  The best-case scenario for last night's YouTube Music Awards was that they would do something really cool with live music and live video that we haven't seen before.  —  And that's what they did, for the show's first six minutes.
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David Grossman / The Verge:
YouTube Live: a disastrous spectacle Google would like you to forget
Daniel Terdiman / CNET:
Power plays at Twitter: Jack, Ev, and the need to grow up (Q&A)  —  Talk about good timing.  —  This week, just as Twitter is about to carry out its long-awaited and highly anticipated IPO, here comes Nick Bilton's “Hatching Twitter: A True Story of Money, Power, Friendship, and Betrayal …
Frédéric Filloux / Monday Note:
What to do with $250m in digital journalism?  —  Pierre Omidyar, Ebay's founder and now philanthropist, pledged $250m to a new investigative reporting venture.  Starting a project of this magnitude from scratch isn't an everyday occurrence, leading us to wonder how it could look like?
Discussion: Guardian and Pressthink
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
For Modern Farmer, farm stands hold more promise than newsstands  —  When Modern Farmer launched its GoatCam in September, Editor-in-chief Ann Marie Gardner was surprised to hear from people working at the Pentagon.  —  “They had a suggestion for changing the angle of the camera …
Discussion: @poynter
Alison Langley / Columbia Journalism Review:
In the quest for digital-age prosperity, legacy newsrooms are making pilgrimages to Silicon Valley  —  In the quest for digital-age prosperity, legacy newsrooms are making pilgrimages to Silicon Valley  —  In March 2012, the nation's public broadcasters gathered in Austin, TX …
Discussion: @rsingel
Evie Nagy / Fast Company:
Wearab.ly teams up with NPR, Atlantic and NatGeo to turn RSS feeds into Google Glass Apps  —  Wear Your News: This Platform Turns Any RSS Feed Into A Google Glass App  —  As media companies race to adapt to their readers' increased reliance on smartphones and tablets …
 
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YouTube to charge TV networks the same 45% of ad revenues it charges other content producers, ending favorable terms
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Chinese journalist tries to crowdfund his career
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