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9:25 PM ET, June 20, 2014

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Deutsche Telekom in talks with Netflix over collaboration - report  —  (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom is in talks with U.S. video streaming company Netflix about a possible marketing alliance, a German magazine reported on Friday.  —  German monthly Magazine Manager cited people familiar …
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Ed Christman / Billboard:
Inside YouTube's Controversial Contract with Indies  —  Billboard has obtained a typical contract being offered by YouTube to its indie label partners for its new subscription service.  The devil is in the numbers, but also in the overall strategy.  —  Even though YouTube …
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Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
That Story You've Read About YouTube ‘Blocking’ Indie Artists... Yeah, That's Not Accurate
Discussion: The Verge and @bsbdmusic
Jonathan Stempel / Reuters:
Viacom loses bid to dismiss Cablevision bundling lawsuit  —  (Reuters) - A federal judge on Friday rejected Viacom Inc's effort to dismiss Cablevision Systems Corp's antitrust lawsuit accusing it of forcing cable providers and subscribers to buy channels they don't want.
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.
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
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.
Josh Gerstein / Politico:
16 media outlets ask court for access to Guantanamo force-feeding videos classified as secret  —  Media seeks Guantanamo force-feeding videos  —  A group of 16 news organizations is asking a federal judge to make public a batch of videos of a hunger-striking Guantanamo Bay prisoner being forcibly removed from his cell and force fed.
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
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
Newley Purnell / Wall Street Journal:
One Week In, World Cup's Opening Game Dominates Global Tweets  —  Twitter data from the first week of the month-long 2014 World Cup shows just how captivated fans worldwide were by the opening match.  —  That game, in which soccer superpower and host nation Brazil beat Croatia 3-1 on June 12 …
Discussion: Rolling Stone
Lucas Shaw / The Wrap:
Forget Piracy, Here's a Movie You Can Share for Free Once It Opens in Theaters  —  Aaron Swartz's belief in the free spread of information landed him in jail.  The people who want to watch a movie about his life will face no such legal problems.  —  Anyone who buys the movie via Vimeo …
Discussion: Variety
Cory Doctorow / Guardian:
By allowing Amazon to put a lock on its products, Hachette has allowed Amazon to usurp its relationship with its customers  —  By allowing Amazon to put a lock on its products, Hachette has allowed Amazon to usurp its relationship with its customers  —  For some three weeks now …
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