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2:45 PM ET, March 3, 2014

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Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Washington Post opens tech outpost in New York  —  The Washington Post is expanding its New York footprint with the creation of a Manhattan-based design and development office.  —  The new satellite hub, called WPNYC, will result in more than a dozen new hires including designers, strategists and information architects.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Guardian corrects: Bradley Manning didn't take Ellen's Oscar selfie  —  Ellen DeGeneres' “Oscar selfie” is now the most retweeted photo ever.  But that bit of history wasn't apparently enough for The Guardian, which appended this somewhat amazing correction: to some of its Academy Awards coverage:
Evan McMurry / Mediaite:
Piers Morgan Plans to Remain at CNN for ‘Big Name’ Interviews  —  Showbiz 411′s Roger Friedman reported Sunday that Piers Morgan plans to stick around CNN doing high-level interviews.  —  “I'll make a deal to do twenty or twenty-five shows a year, all interviews with big names,” Morgan said.
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Dylan Byers / Politico:   Sources say Piers Morgan still in negotiations with CNN; his staff staying on with the network
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Rebekah Brooks: NI's ‘rogue reporter’ defence shaky after 2009 revelations  —  Former News International chief tells phone-hacking trial that company's corporate line came from NoW editor Colin Myler  —  Rebekah Brooks knew that News International's position in 2009 that phone hacking …
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Jim Romenesko:
Cheryl Gould leaves NBC News after 37 years  —  Cheryl Gould was the first female executive producer of “NBC Nightly News,” and helped create “NBC Overnight with Linda Ellerbee.  Her time at NBC - nearly 37 years - “has taken her all over the globe and country,” NBC News president Deborah Turness writes in a memo.
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
NYT media desk shuffle continues with Julie Bosman's departure for Midwest beat  —  Julie Bosman leaves publishing beat for Midwest gig  —  Julie Bosman, who's covered publishing for The New York Times for the past four years, is leaving the beat for a new gig as the paper's Midwest correspondent.
David Kaplan / Global Investigative Journalism Network:
Masked Gunmen Seize Crimean Investigative Journalism Center  —  As Russian troops streamed into Crimea, Ukraine, yesterday, masked gunmen broke into and seized the office of the Crimean Center for Investigative Journalism in the region's capital, Simferopol.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Vice CEO: Woodward and Bernstein used to be punks, too  —  I have not yet seen Vice News, the media conglomerate's expanded news operation, in all its glory.  Shane Smith, the company's CEO, is trying to get me an invitation.  “Our beta's oversubscribed,” he said by phone from Brooklyn.
Discussion: Guardian
Al Jazeera English:
Egypt police get 10 years for killing blogger  —  Two police officers found guilty of killing that was one of the incidents that provoked uprising against Hosni Mubarak.  —  Two policemen have been sentenced to 10 years in jail for killing an Egyptian blogger more than three years after the incident …
Ira Teinowitz / The Wrap:
Supreme Court Rejects FilmOn X's Request to Join Aereo Case  —  The Supreme Court rejected FilmOn X's request Monday to formally intervene in the fight over web transmission issues between Aereo TV and major broadcasters, which the court is set to hear April 22.
Discussion: Globe and Mail and Reuters
Scripting News:
Why blogging is an amateur thing  —  A few days ago I tweeted: “Professional blogging —> no. It can be incidental.  A professional reporter can blog.  But being a blogger is not a professional thing.”  —  At the time, I promised I'd write a blog post to explain.  This is that post.
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Hulu Hires Disney's Tim Connolly as Head of Distribution  —  Hulu has hired Tim Connolly, who has run The Walt Disney Co.'s digital distribution initiatives for TV content, to be head of distribution as CEO Mike Hopkins continues to rebuild the company's management team.
 
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