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7:45 PM ET, February 25, 2014

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Andrew Ross Sorkin / DealBook:
Owner of Twitter parody account @GSElevator is John Lefevre, a former bond executive who has never worked at Goldman Sachs  —  @GSElevator Tattletale Exposed (He Was Not in the Goldman Elevator)  —  A three-year parlor game has been taking place on Wall Street to identify …
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J.K. Trotter / Gawker:
No, Margaret Sullivan, Goldman Sachs Never Banned Talking In Elevators  —  New York Times Public Editor Margaret Sullivan weighed in today on DealBook editor Andrew Ross Sorkin's unmasking of the titanically unfunny Twitter account @GSElevator, which purported to publish conversations overheard …
Margaret Sullivan / The Public Editor's Journal:
Two years ago the New York Times erroneously reported that John Lefevre worked at Goldman  —  The Goldman Sachs Elevator Stalker Is Revealed — as a Fibber  —  It's safe to talk on the elevator again at Goldman Sachs.  The author of a snarky Twitter feed — @gselevator …
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Bloomberg View relaunches on its own  —  Bloomberg View is getting a makeover.  —  The online opinion play, which was created by Bloomberg L.P. in 2011 as a complement to the company's news products, is set to relaunch at 9:30 a.m. with a slick, mobile-friendly layout and its own URL, bloombergview.com.
Discussion: Poynter, @annecronin and FishbowlNY
Mathew Ingram / Gigaom:
Reddit embraces its role as a journalistic entity with new live-reporting feature  —  Some critics may see Reddit as a more restrained version of the online community 4chan — a place for nerds to talk about Star Trek or whatever the latest meme is — but the site has also become a place …
Peter Kafka / Re/code:
Disney's Cloud Movie Service Is Just Like the Other Cloud Movie Service, Except It's From Disney  —  For the last few years, a consortium of most of the big Hollywood studios and most of the big consumer tech companies has been promoting a Web-based “locker” system, which sounds like a good idea …
Discussion: CNET, VideoNuze Analysis and MacRumors
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Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
Comcast gets paid by Netflix and might still want money from Cogent  —  ISP power to extract payments threatens network neutrality, critics warn.  —  Comcast's success in extracting payments from Netflix won't end its dispute with Cogent, a network operator that distributes Netflix video and other traffic, Cogent's CEO said.
Discussion: Los Angeles Times and CNNMoney.com
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Marguerite Reardon / CNET:
AT&T, Verizon may join Comcast in Netflix streaming deal
Kristen Hare / Poynter:
Ukrainian journalists work together to preserve documents for YanukovychLeaks … A group of Ukrainian journalists spent the weekend working to preserve “tens of thousands of documents” that were dumped in a reservoir behind the abandoned estate of fleeing Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych …
Tim Baysinger / Broadcasting & Cable:
Meyers' ‘Late Night’ Debut Tops Fallon  —  ‘Tonight Show’ dips but still up over season average  —  Seth Meyers' debut Monday as host of Late Night drew a 2.6 overnight rating in metered-markets, according to Nielsen.  That was up 13% from what Jimmy Fallon drew in his Late Night debut in March 2009.
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Bob Garfield / Guardian:
If native advertising is so harmless, why does it rely on misleading readers?  —  It's hard to read the latest gimmick for infusing a dying industry with cash as anything other than journalism selling its soul  —  The devil walks into a bar and sits at a table with eight newspaper …
Discussion: @leshinton and @johnrobinson
Joanna Plucinska / Columbia Journalism Review:
Panelists at Columbia's J-school discussed how protests both encourage journalism and harm journalists  —  Panelists at Columbia's J-school discussed how protests both encourage journalism and harm journalists  —  Violent protests around the world may attract media attention and political change …
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
The return of Newsweek  —  On March 7, one year and two months from the publication of what was to be its final print issue, copies of Newsweek will once again hit newsstands.  There will just be a lot fewer of them—several hundred thousand in the U.S. and abroad.
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Richard Just, New National Journal Editor, Plans To ‘Reinvent’ Magazine  —  NEW YORK — Richard Just, the former top editor of The New Republic and Newsweek, has been named editor of National Journal.  Just will oversee the print magazine and report to Editor-in-Chief Tim Grieve.
Kristen Hare / Poynter:
With a canoe and a camera, AP journalists told story of coal ash spill  —  After a long day of reporting, Michael Biesecker sat by himself at a table at Outback Steakhouse in Danville, Va.  —  “And they brought me a big glass of water,” said Biesecker, a reporter with the Associated Press, in a phone interview with Poynter.
Discussion: @maddow and News Watch
 
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John Eggerton / Broadcasting & Cable:
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