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Julie Posetti / blog.wan-ifra.org:
Newly appointed Quartz Executive Editor S. Mitra Kalita on authentic journalism, smart audiences, global expansion, and the essence of a good headline  —  She broke new ground as the innovative Ideas Editor for Quartz and now S. Mitra Kalita has been announced as the new Executive Editor …
Caitlin Dewey / Washington Post:
Pianist asks The Washington Post to remove a concert review under the E.U.'s ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling  —  The pianist Dejan Lazic, like many artists and performers, is occasionally the subject of bad reviews.  Also like other artists, he reads those reviews.  And disagrees with them.
Discussion: @mschruers, @xor and @alisternburg
Eric Blattberg / Digiday:
Inside The New York Times' video strategy  —  One big part of The New York Times' post-newspaper strategy: video.  —  The publisher rolled out a new video player this week.  It swallows four times the screen real estate of its predecessor, spanning the Times homepage edge to edge.
Dylan Byers / Politico:
Sharyl Attkisson releases video of apparent computer hack  —  Sharyl Attkisson, the former CBS News correspondent who claims that her computers were hacked by the government while she was reporting on the Benghazi scandal, has released a video she took with her cellphone of one apparent hack.
Michael Meyer / Columbia Journalism Review:
Should journalism worry about content marketing?  —  Corporate brands now compete for audience with an aggressive storytelling strategy  —  At a glance, the Daily Growl could be any morning news meeting held in the “win the internet through pet videos” bureau of a lavishly funded media startup.
Tom McCarthy / Guardian:
Matt Taibbi returning to Rolling Stone after split from First Look Media  —  Journalist who controversially left eBay founder Pierre Omidyar's organisation just days ago will have story in forthcoming Rolling Stone  —  Matt Taibbi is gathering no moss.  The former Rolling Stone journalist …
Chris Ip / Columbia Journalism Review:
Ta-Nehisi Coates defines a new race beat  —  The Atlantic writer looks to the past to confront contemporary racism  —  He is the most celebrated journalist writing about race today, and yet Ta-Nehisi Coates' ideas are surprisingly unoriginal.  He would be the first to say so.
Discussion: @pottytheron
Tim Carmody / Nieman Lab:
From rumor to out: Tim Cook reminds us that “unpublishable” facts don't live in a vacuum online  —  Apple CEO Tim Cook's public acknowledgment that he's gay is a welcome moment for dozens of reasons.  Cook becomes the first out CEO of a Fortune 500 company, at the most successful company in the world …
Micah L. Sifry / Mother Jones:
Before 2012 election, Facebook increased hard news stories in 1.9M feeds, which added measurably to civic engagement and voter turnout  —  Facebook Wants You to Vote on Tuesday.  Here's How It Messed With Your Feed in 2012.  —  The social network tries to promote voting …
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Juli Clover / MacRumors:
Trent Reznor Working on ‘Challenging’ Music Delivery Project at Apple  —  Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor, who serves as Chief Creative Officer of Beats Music, became an Apple employee alongside Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre when Apple acquired Beats back in May.
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Fusion Staffs Up Silicon Valley Bureau with Several New Hires  —  New York Magazine's Kevin Roose & Forbes' Kashmir Hill Among Those Joining Fusion Team Based in Bay Area  —  Fusion today announced several key hires for its new Silicon Valley bureau including Forbes' Kashmir Hill and New York magazine's Kevin Roose.
Lucia Moses / Digiday:
How one-time dot-com darling iVillage fell to Earth  —  Today quietly marks the end of an era in online publishing, when the four remaining employees of iVillage fill out their last time sheet there.  —  Born in 1995, at the dawn of the dot-com boom, iVillage was synonymous with the frothiness of the new online economy.
 
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Janko Roettgers / Gigaom:
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Richard Waters / Financial Times:
Larry Page interview: Silicon Valley has become short-sighted; too few investors are chasing breakthrough technologies

Michael Hsu / Wall Street Journal:
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