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7:05 PM ET, January 9, 2014

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Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Dow Jones cites the hot news doctrine in new lawsuit  —  Dow Jones is suing Ransquawk, a London-based news service that delivers real-time updates on financial markets.  In the suit, Dow Jones accuses Ransquawk of illegally accessing one of the company's financial news and analysis products.
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Jason Conti / Dow Jones:
Dow Jones' Jason Conti explains why it sued Ransquawk claiming “hot news” doctrine  —  Jason Conti on Protecting Our Journalists' Work  —  We devote a lot of time, energy and money to having the best newsroom in the world.  We produce scoops, uncover wrongdoing and aim to keep …
Michael O'Connell / Hollywood Reporter:
Roger Ailes Fights Back: CNN ‘Out of News Business’; Megyn Kelly Critics ‘Jealous’; Dismisses New Book (Q&A)  —  Roger Ailes, like his Fox News Channel, is as divisive as he is successful.  The chairman and CEO of the de facto victor in cable news' ratings war, whose colorful professional past includes …
Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine:
Excerpt from the new biography of Fox News exec Roger Ailes, “The Loudest Voice in the Room”
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Eric Eldon / TechCrunch:
It's Never Too Early To Say Goodbye  —  “You can't just quietly slip out the door,” I've been told by too many people I trust.  So okay, fine, here's this post!  —  Since you asked, TechCrunch is in a really good place right now.  —  The various numbers we use to measure ourselves …
Erik Wemple:
New Jersey's Record used persistent reporting, records requests and leaks for Christie story  —  The Record nails Christie story  —  Martin Gottlieb, editor of the (Bergen, N.J.) Record, has a lot of great things to say about his employer.  Though his newsroom has had to deal with a bit …
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Luke O'Neil / Mediaite:
Fire All the Headline Writers: A Bridge Too Far over Troubled Waters to Nowhere  —  Yesterday a series of uncovered emails from his staff implicated New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in a politically-motivated act of retribution.  The emails, first reported by the Bergen Record …
Rob Suls / Pew Research Center:
Who is this man?  Many Americans don't recognize top news anchor  —  Can you identify today's top news anchors?  For many Americans, matching names with news faces is tougher than it was roughly 30 years ago.  FT_anchor-recognitionIn an online survey about Americans' knowledge …
Julie Bosman / New York Times:
Barnes & Noble Reports Steep Drop in Holiday Sales  —  Barnes & Noble, the nation's last remaining major bookstore chain, experienced steep sales declines in its digital division during the nine-week holiday period, the company announced on Thursday.  —  Revenue in the Nook division …
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William Wan / Washington Post:
China renews Western journalists' visas after months-long standoff  —  BEIJING — Several Western journalists who faced expulsion from China were issued renewed visas by the Chinese government Thursday, ending a months-long standoff with the government.  —  But China is still on track …
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Netflix's Monopoly - Hulu, Amazon, & More Studios Still Won't Let It Happen  —  Netflix is the big cheese of subscription VOD.  There's no argument that Reed Hastings and company have built a huge lead in the sector, with more than 40 million global subscribers.
Discussion: Forbes
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Fullscreen to Purge Unlicensed Music Videos from YouTube Under Legal Settlement  —  Multichannel network will compensate music publishers under deal with industry org  —  Fullscreen, one of the top YouTube multichannel network companies, reached a deal with the National Music Publishers' Assn …
Discussion: The Wrap
John Eggerton / Broadcasting & Cable:
FTC Tries to Put Brakes On Deceptive Auto Ads  —  Takes action against 10 dealerships; says media outlets need to read fine print, too  —  The Federal Trade Commission Thursday announced settlements with nine new car dealerships and ongoing litigation with a tenth over deceptive advertisements …
Gail B. MacDonald / Poynter:
College papers dropping arrestee names from crime blotters  —  Those arrested on the University of Connecticut campus this academic year may not feel lucky, but actually they are catching a break.  Their arrests are being published in the student-run campus daily newspaper as has been typical for decades …
David S. Cohen / Variety:
FCC Chairman Voices Clear but Cautious Support for Net Neutrality  —  CES 2014: Tom Wheeler says commission will act if markets get out of balance  —  Speaking at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show, FCC chairman Tom Wheeler offered cautious but clear support for net neutrality.
Russell Brandom / The Verge:
Pirate Bay unveils ambitious new software scheme to foil anti-piracy measures  —  The Pirate Bay has announced a surprising new tool to foil copyright enforcers, moving the entire site to a distributed network accessible only through Pirate Bay's own unique software.
Discussion: SPIN and Security Watch
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Rebekah Brooks ‘protected from media’ after Dowler phone-hacking revelation  —  News International former security director tells Old Bailey that plan was also to help her deal with ‘police concern’  —  News International put a plan into action to protect Rebekah Brooks from the media and help her deal with …
Al Jazeera English:
Al Jazeera Cairo team's detention extended  —  Network condemns Egypt's delay in release of its journalists as three of them are remanded to 15 more days in custody.  —  Three Al Jazeera journalists who have now been detained without charge for 12 days in Egypt have been remanded to 15 more days in custody …
Discussion: Associated Press
Patrick Frater / Variety:
Warner Brothers and Lukup Media partner for Indian on-demand channel  —  Warner in Digital Link Up With India's Lukup  —  MUMBAI — Bangalore-based digital content platform Lukup Media has partnered with Warner Bros. Digital Distribution to launch an as-yet-unnamed on-demand channel in India.
Discussion: CIOL and Rapid TV News
 
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The Canadian Press:
Postmedia posts first quarter loss of $11.8M as ad revenues decline
Agence France Presse:
Bangladesh editor jailed for seven years over Israel visit
Discussion: Trust.org and The Times of Israel
Olzhas Auyezov / Reuters:
UAE frees American jailed for YouTube parody video
Discussion: NY Daily News, Associated Press and CNN
Darren Boyle / Press Gazette:
Glasgow's Herald trumpets success of metered paywall with more subscribers online than in print
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Last pink Observer to be published in March
Paul Sawers / The Next Web:
The BBC plans for a digital Winter Olympics: 6 HD streams and 650 hours of live action
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Bridie Jabour / Guardian:
Nauru to increase visa cost for journalists from $200 to $8,000
Michael Rondon / Folio:
With Stock Price Plummeting, Dolan Appoints Chief Restructuring Officer
Discussion: bizjournals
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Ipso, the new press regulator, is just the PCC with extra bells and whistles
Discussion: @michaelwhite
Daniel D'Addario / Salon:
Post-Stelter, has the New York Times changed its tack on Lauer's “Today”?
Nic Hodges / Press Gazette:
Australia: Media buyer warns that if ‘clickbait’ replaces great stories - advertisers will move elsewhere
Steven Aftergood / Secrecy News:
CIA Cuts Off Public Access to Its Translated News Reports
Discussion: @robbiebarnett
Dominic Rushe / Guardian:
Arianna Huffington teams with Berggruen Institute, will launch global news site during Davos