2:20 PM ET, September 23, 2014

Mediagazer River

 September 23, 2014 
2:05 PM
Joan E. Solsman / CNET:   Vevo ramps up original programming, adds over 100 new episode
1:00 PM
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:   Jonathan Weber out as Managing Editor of The Information
12:45 PM
Liam Dillon / Nieman Lab:   Behind the plans to turn San Diego's daily newspaper into a non-profit
11:35 AM
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:   Popular 18 year old Libyan radio journalist Tawfiq Ben Saud shot dead following threats
10:35 AM
Jeff John Roberts / Gigaom:   In big setback for digital radio, court says SiriusXM must pay Turtles for pre-1972 recordings
9:50 AM
Paul Sawers / The Next Web:   Audioboo rebrands as AudioBoom and overhauls its iOS app
9:10 AM
Ilya Khrennikov / Bloomberg:   Springer, Pearson Independence in Russia Tested by Media Bill
8:15 AM
Todd Spangler / Variety:   Disney's Maker Studios Pacts with MiTú to Produce Latino YouTube Content
7:25 AM
John Biggs / TechCrunch:   Amazon Looking To The Wisdom Of Crowds To Find New Authors
5:25 AM
Andrew Khouri / Los Angeles Times:   Freedom Communications ceases publication of L.A. Register
12:55 AM
Jennifer Steinhauer / New York Times:   A Tailor-Made Publisher Taking Over Jeff Bezos' Washington Post
 September 22, 2014 
11:50 PM
Hannah Storm / Guardian:   Journalists are becoming propaganda and we must do more to protect them
11:15 PM
Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab:   Better together: How two St. Louis nonprofit newsrooms are learning to thrive as one outlet
10:05 PM
Jonathan Mahler / New York Times:   Female journalists have been shaping news coverage of the NFL's Ray Rice scandal
8:55 PM
Peter Kafka / Re/code:   HBO, Amazon Prime and Broadband for $40 a Month at AT&T
8:20 PM
Michael Rondon / Folio:   A Look at The FADER's Expansion Plans
7:45 PM
The Tyee:   The Tyee Names Jane Armstrong Its New Editor-in-Chief
5:50 PM
Today's Zaman:   Twitter account of Today's Zaman editor faces closure
5:20 PM
Margaret Sullivan / New York Times:   An Article on Shonda Rhimes Rightly Causes a Furor
4:55 PM
Keith J. Kelly / New York Post:   Townsquare snaps up hip-hop mag XXL, plans to go digital-only
3:56 PM
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:   Beats Music brand will be shut down, product could be rolled into iTunes
3:44 PM
J.K. Trotter / Gawker:   The (Atlantic) Wire Is Shutting Down
2:30 PM
Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab:   Aaron Kushner is evaluating the future of Los Angeles Register newspaper as a daily
2:05 PM
Alex Wilhelm / TechCrunch:   The FCC Hasn't Decided How It Will Enforce Net Neutrality
1:40 PM
Chris Dannen / FastCoLabs:   Can Longform Become A Netflix For Journalism?
12:35 PM
Jon Russell / The Next Web:   Blogging platform Svbtle moves to paid membership, costs $6 per month for new users
11:30 AM
Emily Bell / Guardian:   News Corp shouldn't blame Google for the media's woes
9:30 AM
Donna M. Airoldi / Street Fight:   Report: Online and Digital Ads to Reach 25% of Local Media Revenues in 2015
8:25 AM
Adam Hochberg / Poynter:   New project from Gannett uses Oculus Rift to deliver news via virtual reality
7:40 AM
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:   New York Times Launches ‘First Draft’ Politics Site And Newsletter
6:10 AM
Folio:   How HBR Has Turned Its Old Content Into New Revenue
1:05 AM
Guardian:   Iran's Jila Baniyaghoob on journalism, prison and Rouhani
 September 21, 2014 
8:00 PM
Rui Kaneya / Columbia Journalism Review:   How comics journalism brings stories to life
8:20 AM
Sam Kirkland / Poynter:   iOS 8 notification center widgets could spur news orgs to invest in native apps again
 September 20, 2014 
11:05 AM
Catherine Mayer / TIME:   Bono says U2 and Apple working on new digital music format
6:00 AM
Timothy B. Lee / Vox:   How Betaworks revived Digg, growing it from 1.5M to 8M monthly visitors over the last two years
1:55 AM
Lene Bech Sillesen / Columbia Journalism Review:   Exploring ethics through journalism hotlines
 September 19, 2014 
9:05 PM
Andrea Peterson / Washington Post:   Online court archive PACER says it will restore access to missing records
8:20 PM
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:   Editor Of Vice News Says There Was ‘No Collusion’ With ISIS For Documentary
6:45 PM
Elahe Izadi / Washington Post:   Iranian president offers no new details on detained Washington Post reporter
5:45 PM
Toni McQuilken / Adweek:   Facebook Will Get 10% of U.S. Digital Ad Spending in 2014
4:15 PM
Erin Madigan White / The Definitive Source:   8 ways the Obama administration is blocking information
3:10 PM
Catalina Albeanu / Journalism.co.uk:   How data is central to the New Statesman's digital ‘spin-offs’
2:30 PM
Keach Hagey / Wall Street Journal:   Al Jazeera America Files Response to Current TV Lawsuit
2:13 PM
Dylan Byers / Politico:   N.Y. Times mulls new round of buyouts
1:25 PM
John Eggerton / Broadcasting & Cable:   Senate Puts $10 Million Bounty on Journalist Murderers
1:00 PM
Todd Spangler / Variety:   What Yahoo Should Do with Billions from Alibaba IPO: Invest in Video, Ad Tech
12:15 PM
Leslie Picker / Bloomberg:   Alibaba Surges in New York Trading Debut After U.S. IPO
11:35 AM
Peter Kafka / Re/code:   Facebook Video Boom Increases Internet Bandwidth Usage
11:00 AM
Stuart Dredge / Guardian:   Facebook wants to be better at putting breaking news in your feed
10:15 AM
Claire Atkinson / New York Post:   Hollywood emerges as winner in Alibaba's market debut
9:55 AM
Alex Weprin / Capital New York:   Comcast makes its case to F.C.C., listing its disruptors
9:10 AM
Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson / Financial Times:   Corporate owned news sites bypass traditional media, blurring lines between journalism and PR
8:35 AM
Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:   Mobile website readership overtakes desktop for Mail Online, Metro and Mirror
7:50 AM
Patrick Frater / Variety:   Chinese Internet Giant Tencent Launches Film Production Unit
4:25 AM
Tamara Baluja / J-source:   Winnipeg Free Press adds social media element to letters to the editor
12:18 AM
Peter Kafka / Re/code:   Twitter's New US Media Boss is Kirstine Stewart
 September 18, 2014 
11:40 PM
Ben Sisario / New York Times:   BMI Reports a Record $977 Million in Revenue
8:20 PM
Mike Wallberg / IVOH:   New Washington Post newsletter delivers optimism to readers' inboxes
7:25 PM
Peter Kafka / Re/code:   YouTube will spend millions to fund & promote new shows from popular creators
7:00 PM
Carmel DeAmicis / Gigaom:   Twitpic says it was acquired and will no longer be shutting down, but doesn't name buyer
6:10 PM
Alison Langley / Columbia Journalism Review:   In the European Union, reporters are being hampered from doing their work
4:25 PM
Ric Bailey / BBC:   Scottish independence: How the BBC reports polling day
3:55 PM
Ted Johnson / Variety:   California Governor Signs Expansion of State Film and TV Tax Credit
3:25 PM
Janko Roettgers / Gigaom:   YouTube is a big success on cable boxes in Hungary. So when will it launch elsewhere?
2:40 PM
Lucas Shaw / Bloomberg:   CBS May Offer Standalone Showtime to Non-U.S. Viewers
1:55 PM
Jeff Bercovici / Forbes:   Twitter Quantifies Impact Of Live-Tweeting On TV Engagement
12:10 PM
Russell Frank / The Hill:   Whoa, there! Journalism's new code of ethics
11:45 AM
Julia Fioretti / Reuters:   EU regulators agree on guidelines for ‘right to be forgotten’ complaints
10:55 AM
Natalie Jomini Stroud / American Press Institute:   From free to fee: How U.S. dailies decide to use paywalls
10:10 AM
Keith J. Kelly / New York Post:   Pink slips to fly at Parade after sale of magazine
9:35 AM
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:   Media buccaneer Rupert Murdoch dares to complain about Google's ‘piracy’
8:55 AM
Michael Tarm / Associated Press:   Journalists criticize White House for ‘secrecy’
8:20 AM
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:   Baquet's new New York Times masthead said to be imminent
7:55 AM
Paul Bischoff / Tech in Asia:   The Next Web signs exclusive deal with Tencent to republish articles in Chinese
7:35 AM
BBC:   BBC team under attack in southern Russia
7:25 AM
Dylan Byers / Politico:   Susan Glasser named Editor of POLITICO