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8:35 AM ET, February 14, 2014

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Edward Wyatt / DealBook:
Industry Shifts May Aid Comcast in Takeover Bid  —  On the face of it, the merger of the country's two largest cable companies would seem like a nonstarter, given its steep regulatory hurdles and skepticism from consumer watchdogs.  —  But Comcast's proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable comes …
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Michael J. Copps / Columbia Journalism Review:
Journalists need to generate a national discussion on the future of the internet  —  Journalists need to generate a national discussion on the future of the internet  —  Dear Journalists:  —  You may wonder why a long-time regulator like me is writing to you.
Alex Weprin / Capital New York:
Comcast deal could put NY1 in FiOS homes  —  Comcast's acquisition of Time Warner Cable could be a boon for NY1, TWC's beloved local cable news channel.  —  According to an open letter from Comcast executive V.P. David L. Cohen, cable channels owned by Time Warner Cable would be subject …
Amy Schatz / Re/code:
Peering could replace net neutrality as one of the key issues in Comcast-Time Warner review
Discussion: @waltmossberg and Deadline.com
Susan Crawford / Bloomberg:
Comcast's Time Warner Deal Is Bad for America
Heidi Moore / Guardian:
The Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger is not a marriage made to last
Dana Mattioli / Wall Street Journal:
Charter Likely to Pursue Other Acquisitions
Lance Ulanoff / Mashable:   The National Domination of Comcast and Time Warner in 1 Map
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
Comcast lists all the ways a merger with Time Warner is “pro-consumer”
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Piers Morgan questioned ‘under caution’ by Scotland Yard's hacking squad  —  Piers Morgan, the CNN presenter who used to edit the Daily Mirror, has been interviewed under caution by Scotland Yard detectives investigating phone-hacking.  —  In a statement to The Guardian through his spokesperson …
Lucia Moses / Adweek:
The Guardian's Unusual Take on Native Ads  —  The Guardian is jumping on the native ad trend—but, in character for the British newspaper, it's doing so in its own way.  Today it announced the first client, Unilever, of Guardian Labs, its in-house branded content unit.
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Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
The Guardian signs seven-figure deal to build on ‘shared values’ and provide branded content for Unilever
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Guardian Media Group takes 15% stake in digital training company  —  Decoded, based in London's Silicon Roundabout, has trained more than 7,000 people to ‘Code in a Day’  —  The parent company of the Guardian has taken a minority stake in Decoded, the London-based digital training company …
Elizabeth Dwoskin / Wall Street Journal:
Pandora to let advertisers target listeners based on its sense of their political leanings  —  Internet Radio Service Builds Profiles of Its Audience  —  Pandora Hopes to Build Ad Revenue by Pinpointing Likely Voting Preferences  —  Next time you listen to a Bob Marley channel on Pandora Media Inc. …
Rosie Gray / BuzzFeed:
Twitter Photos Blocked In Venezuela, Users Say  —  A social media crackdown as protests threaten the government.  —  WASHINGTON — Twitter photos and videos appear to be blocked in Venezuela as the government there attempts to reassert control amid widespread public protests.
Peter Travers / Rolling Stone:
De La Soul to Make Entire Catalog Available for Free  —  Pioneering hip-hop group also releasing flood of new music  —  In honor of next month's 25th anniversary of their debut album 3 Feet High and Rising, De La Soul are making their entire catalog available for free download for 25 hours on the group's website.
Rodney E. Lever / Independent Australia:
The Murdoch trials and the Australian media airbrush  —  The mainstream media in Australia has given little attention to the Murdoch trials in London.  Rodney E Lever says this is an astonishing abuse of power.  —  What is now usually referred to in British media as “the hacking trials” …
Discussion: @colskinner
Pankaj Mishra / TechCrunch:
Indian Music Streaming Startup Dhingana Shuts Down  —  Dhingana, the Indian music streaming startup battling to stay alive for past few months, has finally shutdown.  —  We have been trying to speak with Dhingana CEO Rohit Bhatia for past few weeks, but he's been requesting more time for bringing clarity on the startup's future.
Discussion: MediaNama and The Next Web
Ben Sisario / New York Times:
Pandora Suit May Upend Century-Old Royalty Plan  —  As the music industry races toward a future of digital streams and smartphone apps, its latest crisis centers on a regulatory plan that has been in place since “Chattanooga Choo Choo” was a hit.  —  Since 1941, Ascap and BMI …
Associated Press:
Greek judge bans investigative TV show  —  You are here  —  Home » Greece » Greek judge bans investigative TV show  —  ATHENS, Greece (AP) — A Greek judge on Thursday banned a leading private TV station from airing an investigative report into a deadly migrant boat accident …
BBC:
NME sales dip below 20,000 copies  —  Sales of music magazine NME have hit their lowest yet, falling below 20,000 copies a month during the second half of 2013 despite last year's relaunch.  —  New ABC circulation figures show that the 62-year-old publication sold an average of just 18,184 a week.
Discussion: Guardian and Guardian
Matt Sheehan / The Huffington Post:
The Chinese Press Battles For Hearts And Minds Abroad  —  SAN FRANCISCO — At 9:25 p.m. on New Year's Day, Feng Yan parked his minivan outside the Chinese consulate here, doused the front door of the building with gasoline, and lit the place on fire.  The blaze engulfed the front entrance …
Alan Jacobs / Text Patterns:
Today's email newsletters follow Grimm's precedent, who aimed for a “fit audience, though few”  —  Grimm's heirs  —  The last year or so has seen an intriguing renewal of a genre from the early years of the internet: the email newsletter.  A couple of months ago Alexis Madrigal described …
 
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Josh Ong / The Next Web:
Editorially to shut down its collaborative writing service on May 30
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Anupreeta Das / MoneyBeat:
Buffett's exit from Graham Holdings more closely resembles a friendly restructuring
Adam Samson / Fox Business:
Man Charged in Scheme to Fraudulently Buy Maxim Magazine
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Matt Lauer's Olympian Assignment for NBC Begins Early and Ends Late
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Mark Sweney / Guardian:
BBC World Service's sponsored content plan will ‘threaten impartiality’
Discussion: @guardian
Kim Willsher / Guardian:
Libération editor resigns after journalists go on strike
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