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2:45 PM ET, June 20, 2014

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Tony Horwitz / New York Times:
An author describes a cautionary experience publishing a digital best seller with Byliner  —  I Was a Digital Best Seller!  —  WEST TISBURY, Mass. — FIVE months ago I published a short book called “Boom.”  Commercially it was a bust.  No news in that: Most books lose money …
Scot Finnie / Computerworld:
After a 47 year run, Computerworld will publish its last print edition on June 23  —  The continuing evolution of Computerworld  —  On June 23, we will publish the last print issue of Computerworld.  —  It was 47 years ago, almost to the day, that Computerworld's very first issue rolled off the presses: June 21, 1967.
Craig Silverman / Poynter:
LinkedIn acquires major fact checking patents  —  Lucas Myslinski was tired of having to fact check the questionable emails his father often forwarded to him.  —  “My dad would send these emails where they say something like, 'Oh the government is stockpiling billions of dollars of ammunition …
Discussion: @craigsilverman
Knight Foundation:
Spark Camp expands model of connecting innovators  —  Photo: Matt Thompson and Amy Webb at Spark Camp.  Credit: Amy Webb.  —  A little more than three years ago we hosted our first “Spark Camp,” then an experimental gathering for journalists funded in part by Knight Foundation.  —  Related Press Release
Discussion: @knightfdn
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
That Story You've Read About YouTube ‘Blocking’ Indie Artists... Yeah, That's Not Accurate  —  As you may have heard, there's been some hubbub this week about claims that YouTube is going to remove some videos from indie musicians/labels who don't agree to the contract terms for YouTube's upcoming music subscription service.
Discussion: Forbes, Billboard, Music Week and The Verge
Manuel Roig-Franzia / Washington Post:
With Atlantic article on reparations, Ta-Nehisi Coates sees payoff for years of struggle  —  He paid to get here.  Paid with the skull-rattling pain of a metal trash can clattering down hard onto his head when he was a kid racing from thugs in West Baltimore.  Paid with the jobs he lost.
Robert Andrews / Beet.TV:
Mail Online's New US CEO Steinberg: “We are Going to Grow Massively”  —  CANNES, France - The conservative British mid-market tabloid is a gargantuan celebrity traffic driver online.  Now it wants to both align and connect with a leading social messaging service.
Discussion: Mashable, Thanks:@beet_tv
Peter Adams / The News Literacy Project:
Facebook's related posts could serve as debunkers by highlighting fact-checking sites  —  Facebook's Related Content Algorithm Might Have More Potential Than It Thinks  —  In this entry, Peter Adams, NLP's senior VP for educational programs, reflects on the potential of algorithms …
Discussion: @rsingel and @noahchestnut
Meg James / Los Angeles Times:
Univision owners trying to sell their stakes, but so far, nada  —  Univision Communications' owners are looking for an exit.  Los Angeles billionaire Haim Saban and his four private equity partners are trying to unload their stakes in the nation's biggest Spanish-language broadcaster.
Discussion: TVWeek.com and Reuters
Joe Mullin / Ars Technica:
German publishers want an 11 percent cut of Google News  —  Street View, copyright, a “right to be forgotten”—Europe and Google have issues.  —  Several of Germany's largest newspaper and magazine publishers have instituted legal proceedings against Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo.
Tom Rosenstiel / American Press Institute:
How niche reporting leads to higher quality information for everyone: 12 good questions with Lara Setrakian  —  Syria's civil war is a story that goes in and out of the mainstream news media, but at Syria Deeply, it's the only story.  —  Lara Setrakian  —  Founder of Syria Deeply
Discussion: @ampress
Tony Maglio / The Wrap:
Aaron Kushner Fires Back at LA Register Criticism: 'It's Not a Gamble, It's a Simple Business Strategy'  —  After coming under fire for launching the Los Angeles Register and then announcing budget cuts a short time later, Freedom Communications CEO Aaron Kushner is speaking out.
Tom Cheredar / VentureBeat:
How the Fire Phone will turn Amazon into Apple's greatest music threat  —  Image Credit: Original image via PinnacleAnimates/Shutterstock; Illustration by Tom Cheredar  —  How can you leverage mobile to increase profitability for your company?  Find out at MobileBeat …
Discussion: Forbes
 
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Alex Weprin / Capital New York:
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Nicole Schilit / Committee to Protect Journalists:
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Myles Tanzer / BuzzFeed:
“Time spent” vs. page views: representatives of Gawker, Chartbeat, SB Nation, others weigh in
Jason Evangelho / Forbes:
Polygon's Brian Crecente Is Experimenting With Livestreamed Game Journalism, And It's Oddly Compelling
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Anna Clark / Columbia Journalism Review:
The Plain Dealer drops PolitiFact, but keeps on factchecking
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Kara Swisher / Re/code:
Gabriel Stricker to head Twitter's media unit; Adam Bain taking over business development
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Caroline O'Donovan / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Why The New York Times and The Washington Post (and Mozilla) are building an audience engagement platform together
Dylan Byers / Politico:
Media Matters founder David Brock to launch institute to fund journalism exposing “the nexus of conservative power in Washington”
Todd Spangler / Variety:
ProSieben's Studio71 YouTube Network Launches First U.S. Channel, L.A.-Based ‘The Mansion’
Discussion: Tubefilter
Hadas Gold / Politico:
Washington Free Beacon suspended from Clinton archives
Andrew Dugan / Gallup:
Americans' Confidence in News Media Remains Low
Sam Kirkland / Poynter:
AJC's digital reorganization, part 1: Topic teams inspired by Quartz's ‘obsessions’
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Ian Kar / Bank Innovation:
Sources: Apple Pay to be included in iOS 8.1, scheduled to be released October 20

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Local police in US giving families free ComputerCop keylogging software in “Internet Safety” initiative

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After a hammer attack on a rider, some lawyers believe Uber could be liable, despite its ToS

 
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