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10:40 PM ET, March 3, 2014

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Janko Roettgers / Gigaom:
In ad-skipping deal, Dish gets rights to internet-based TV service that includes ABC and ESPN  —  Dish just secured rights to launch an internet TV service  —  Dish and Disney confirmed a Wall Street Journal report that they've reached a retransmission agreement late Monday …
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Peter Kafka / Re/code:
With a Whopper of a Disney Deal, Charlie Ergen Gets a Head Start on the Web TV Race  —  Intel tried and failed.  Sony says it's going to try, but it has a long way to go.  Google, Apple and Microsoft haven't even started, at least officially.  —  But as of right now …
Shalini Ramachandran / Wall Street Journal:
Dish disables “auto hop” ad-skipping feature for ABC shows until three days after they air
Discussion: Gigaom and @shaliniwsj
Amy Schatz / Re/code:
Justice Department Backs Broadcasters in Aereo Dispute  —  In a Supreme Court filing Monday, the Justice Department backed broadcast networks in their fight against online video streaming startup Aereo.  —  Justice Department lawyers argued that Aereo's broadcast television streaming service infringes …
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Ira Teinowitz / The Wrap:
Supreme Court Rejects FilmOn X's Request to Join Aereo Case
Capital New York:
The Awl hires Matt Buchanan from The New Yorker, John Herrman from Buzzfeed  —  Matt Buchanan and John Herrman are leaving their positions at The New Yorker and Buzzfeed, respectively, to work for The Awl, sources tell Capital.  —  The pair worked together at FWD, Buzzfeed's tech vertical …
Erik Wemple:
Glenn Greenwald, PandoDaily tussle over Ukraine, editorial independence  —  On Friday afternoon, Paul Carr, the investigations editor for PandoDaily, told his followers on Twitter that something was up: … This story, it turned out, involved First Look Media, the much-discussed …
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Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Russia Wages Media War Alongside Crimea Invasion
Marc Fisher / Columbia Journalism Review:
Who cares if it's true?  —  Modern-day newsrooms reconsider their values  —  BuzzFeed editors say their audience used to see their site as a place you could find really cool stuff, but not a place you could trust.  They're trying to change that.  (Sean Hemmerle)
Discussion: @jayrosen_nyu and Fast Company
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.
Caysey Welton / Folio:
Tom Drouillard Named AAM CEO  —  He joins the organization from Scarborough Research.  —  The Alliance for Audited Media named Tom Drouillard as its new CEO, president and managing director.  He will be replacing Mike Lavery, who is retiring on March 31.  —  Drouillard carries …
Discussion: NetNewsCheck Latest
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.
Dylan Byers / Politico:
Sources say Piers Morgan still in negotiations with CNN; his staff staying on with the network  —  Piers Morgan update  —  From our conversations with CNN sources:  —  · Piers Morgan's primetime CNN program is just weeks away from its end; meanwhile, the host is in negotiations …
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Wall Street Journal:
ABC's Oscars Video-Stream Outage Points to Big Challenges for Networks  —  Traffic Overload During Academy Awards Tested Web-Streaming Capabilities  —  ABC's streaming-video service suffered an outage during the airing of the Academy Awards on Sunday night, pointing to the technology …
Discussion: @pkafka
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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:
Dave Winer / 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.
Discussion: @davewiner
Cynthia Littleton / Variety:
FCC Proposes $1.9 Mil Fine Against Viacom, NBCU and ESPN for Emergency Alert Spot  —  The FCC has proposed levying $1.93 million in fines against Viacom, NBCUniversal and ESPN for airing commercial for the 2013movie “Olympus Has Fallen” that used the distinctive warning tone of the federal Emergency Alert System.
Kristen Hare / Poynter:
Changes at the Orlando Sentinel felt ‘extremely familiar’ for a former Sun-Times photographer  —  When the photo staff at the Orlando Sentinel was told they'd have to reapply for their jobs last week and that those jobs would be “videocentric,” according to a report from the National Press …
Discussion: @poynter
Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
Wellcome Trust aims to provide a home for long-form science journalism online with launch of Mosaic  —  The Wellcome Trust is launching a new online magazine tomorrow which aims to provide a home for long-form science-based journalism.  —  Mosaic will be updated on a weekly basis with 3,000-plus word articles going up every Tuesday.
Discussion: The Independent
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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Guardian:
NI paid phone hacker's legal fees to stop him ‘naming names’, court hears
Discussion: @lisaocarroll
 
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