8:10 AM ET, October 22, 2014

Mediagazer River

 October 22, 2014 
8:10 AM
Jason McGahan / The Daily Beast:   She Tweeted Against the Mexican Cartels. They Tweeted Her Murder.
7:25 AM
John Boudreau / Bloomberg:   Vietnam Blogger Dieu Cay Freed From Prison, Travels to U.S.
7:15 AM
Mark Sweney / Guardian:   Media jobs website Gorkana sold to Cision in £200m deal
6:15 AM
Laurie Sullivan / MediaPost:   Digital Ad Revenue Hits $23 Billion In First Half Of 2014
5:55 AM
BBC:   BBC Trust boss Rona Fairhead backs licence fee
5:50 AM
Brian R. Fitzgerald / Wall Street Journal:   Yahoo: Tumblr to Make Over $100 Million in Revenue Next Year
3:05 AM
Tony Biasotti / Columbia Journalism Review:   The California Sunday Magazine sets out to win the West
 October 21, 2014 
10:35 PM
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:   23% increase in defamation actions as social media claims rise
9:25 PM
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:   Poynter to host African journalists turned away from USF St. Petersburg
8:40 PM
Mark Sweney / Guardian:   Express titles may cut number of pages by up to a quarter
7:55 PM
Robert G. Kaiser / Washington Post:   Ben Bradlee, legendary Washington Post editor, dies at 93
7:40 PM
D.B. Hebbard / Talking New Media:   Postmedia's Montreal Gazette launches Apple Newsstand afternoon tablet magazine
5:25 PM
Daniel Miller / Los Angeles Times:   Activist investor Dan Loeb sells stake in Sony Corp.
4:30 PM
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:   Yahoo Beats In Q3 With Revenue Of $1.09B, EPS Of $0.52
4:25 PM
Steve Coll / New Yorker:   How Edward Snowden Changed Journalism
4:10 PM
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:   Inside The Spotify - Echo Nest Skunkworks
1:50 PM
Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab:   Rival news outlets team up to build open-source tools to analyze California campaign data
12:45 PM
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:   Guardian touts ComScore win over New York Times
12:30 PM
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:   Times-Picayune will close New Orleans print facility, print in Alabama
12:00 PM
Robert Feder:   Stop the presses: Tribune buying Sun-Times suburban newspapers
10:55 AM
Angus Foster / BBC:   BBC News website launches Australia page
10:10 AM
Edvard Pettersson / Bloomberg:   Dish Wins Tentative Ruling Over Fox in AutoHop Litigation
9:20 AM
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:   NABJ boss says CNN essentially called him a liar in dispute over diversity
8:55 AM
Anna Fazackerley / Guardian:   UK universities and student unions clamp down on unfavorable reporting in student newspapers
8:10 AM
Rebecca Carroll / The New Republic:   I'm a Black Journalist. I'm Quitting Because I'm Tired of Newsroom Racism.
4:50 AM
Steven Musil / CNET:   Dish loses 7 channels in contract dispute with Turner Broadcasting
 October 20, 2014 
11:30 PM
Todd Spangler / Variety:   MediaHound raises $4.5M from UTA and others, launches invitation-only media discovery app
10:34 PM
Jethro Nededog / The Wrap:   Jill Abramson Teaming With Steve Brill on Startup Venture
9:45 PM
BBC:   Pakistan suspends TV channel ARY News ‘for defamation’
8:10 PM
Andrew Wallenstein / Variety:   Young Hollywood to Launch Streaming Network With Long-Form Content
7:30 PM
Roger Yu / USA Today:   ‘Bleacher Report’ claws toward respectability
5:05 PM
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:   Opinion: Why it's so disappointing that j-schools are panicking over Ebola
4:30 PM
Rowena Mason / Guardian:   Journalists should be given public interest defence in law, says Nick Clegg
4:00 PM
Lisa Peet / Library Journal:   Court Reverses Ruling on Publishers vs. Georgia State E-Reserve Case
3:30 PM
Tambay A. Obenson / Indiewire:   Sundance Institute expands artist development to eight cities with $1M in Knight funding
12:35 PM
AdAge:   Simon Dumenco Named Ad Age Editorial Director
12:10 PM
Mark Sweney / Guardian:   BBC appoints Fran Unsworth as World Service Group director
12:00 PM
Leslie Kaufman / New York Times:   Yahoo's Tumblr Teams Up With TV Shows to Reach Their Audiences
11:15 AM
Roger Yu / USA Today:   Gannett Q3 earnings: $.59/share, beats estimates, net income up 49% year over year
10:15 AM
Christine Haughney / New York Times:   For Aaron Kushner, a Difficult Foray Into Newspapers
10:00 AM
Steve O'Hear / TechCrunch:   Spotify Introduces Family Plan, Starting At $14.99 Per Month For Two Members
9:40 AM
John McDuling / Quartz:   The depressing truth behind the internet TV revolution
 October 19, 2014 
9:15 PM
Christopher Grant / Polygon:   On GamerGate: A letter from the editor
3:00 AM
Joe Coscarelli / New York Magazine:   High Times Hits Middle Age: How the Marijuana Magazine Stays Relevant
 October 18, 2014 
5:40 AM
Brendan Sasso / National Journal:   FCC Chief Says He Agrees With Obama on Net Neutrality. Advocates Don't Buy it.
 October 17, 2014 
11:35 PM
John Beck / VICE News:   Turkey's Arrest of German Journalists Highlights Deteriorating Press Freedoms
6:25 PM
David Folkenflik / NPR:   In Forcing Out Senior Executive, New CEO Mohn Puts Stamp On NPR
5:15 PM
NetNewsCheck Latest:   NYT Launches Its International Weekly In U.S.
3:55 PM
Elsa Keslassy / Variety:   Netflix Forces French Biz to Try to Modernize Digital Landscape
11:35 AM
Jeff John Roberts / Gigaom:   Google imposes new penalty on pirate sites in search results
11:25 AM
Caroline O'Donovan / Nieman Lab:   BuzzFeed now has editorial and product people in place for its forthcoming news app
11:20 AM
Christopher Bodeen / Associated Press:   China jails 2 reporters accused of faking stories
10:35 AM
Ben Riley-Smith / Telegraph:   We will continue to use Ripa powers against journalists, says Met's assistant commissioner
10:30 AM
Dave Lee / BBC:   BBC to publish ‘right to be forgotten’ removals list
8:45 AM
Claire Duffin / Telegraph:   Authors' concerns after court rules writer can't publish sex abuse memoir
8:15 AM
Peter Kafka / Re/code:   TV's Move to the Web Can Strengthen Its Cable Business
7:20 AM
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:   Telegraph's Jason Seiken takes a non-editorial business role
 October 16, 2014