2:30 PM ET, October 31, 2014

Mediagazer River

 October 31, 2014 
2:15 PM
Brooks Barnes / New York Times:   Peter Chernin: A Solo Success in Hollywood, Where Many Fizzle
2:15 PM
FUSION:   Fusion Staffs Up Silicon Valley Bureau with Several New Hires
1:40 PM
Jeff John Roberts / Gigaom:   New “orphan works” rule in UK makes millions of creative works available for public display
1:15 PM
Lucia Moses / Digiday:   How one-time dot-com darling iVillage fell to Earth
1:06 PM
Tom McCarthy / Guardian:   Matt Taibbi returning to Rolling Stone after split from First Look Media
1:00 PM
Janko Roettgers / Gigaom:   After Redbox Instant shutdown, Verizon is shouldering the majority of costs
12:25 PM
Charlie Warzel / BuzzFeed:   What Happens When The Government Tries To Make A Viral Content Mill?
11:50 AM
Ruth Reader / VentureBeat:   You can now connect to Facebook despite Internet censorship via new Tor link
11:40 AM
Kashmir Hill / Forbes:   This Is The Suicide Info Whisper Gave To The Department Of Defense
11:15 AM
Robert Channick / Chicago Tribune:   Tribune Publishing completes purchase of Sun-Times suburban properties
11:05 AM
Globe and Mail:   Behind the CBC's decision to fire Ghomeshi
9:15 AM
Tracey Xiang / TechNode:   Chinese Users Now Can Shop Alibaba When Watching Videos on Youku
8:40 AM
John Ribeiro / Computerworld:   FCC's Wheeler mulls hybrid approach to net neutrality
8:05 AM
Chris Johnston / Guardian:   BBC now has more staff outside London than in the capital
7:05 AM
David A. Schulz / Washington Post:   Eric Holder still has wrongs to right before he leaves office
12:55 AM
Rod McGuirk / Associated Press:   New Australian law targets leakers, not reporters
 October 30, 2014 
10:30 PM
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:   Washington Post will soon have an all-male masthead
9:40 PM
Rafat Ali:   It's About To Get Ugly in Media Startupland
8:15 PM
Gene Johnson / Associated Press:   AP asks for accounting of fake FBI news stories
7:30 PM
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:   9 takeways from the New York Times Co. 3rd quarter earnings call
4:50 PM
Patrick O'Rourke / canada.com:   Bell announces new video streaming service called Project Latte
3:00 PM
Jordan Chariton / The Wrap:   Al Jazeera America Viewers Down Nearly 50 Percent From Current TV's Numbers
1:50 PM
Clifford Coonan / Hollywood Reporter:   China's Baidu Ups Investment in iQiyi Video Website
1:15 PM
Todd Spangler / Variety:   Vice Media Pacts with Rogers for $100 Million Canadian Studio Venture
1:05 PM
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:   Newsquest cuts 20 jobs at Oxford as it switches production to south Wales
1:05 PM
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:   Times brass tout native, digital subs as bright spots
12:30 PM
Kate Abnett / The Business of Fashion:   Telegraph Lays Off 55 Employees, Including Senior Fashion Staff
12:20 PM
Ramin Setoodeh / Variety:   ABC News Takes Over ‘The View’ As Ratings Dwindle (Exclusive)
12:10 PM
Colin Dwyer / NPR:   Book News: Young Adult And Kids' Lit Boost E-Book Revenue
11:55 AM
Mayer Nissim / Digital Spy:   WWE Network drops 6-month commitment, November free for new subscribers
11:45 AM
Todd Spangler / Variety:   Ellen DeGeneres Launches ‘Ellentube’ Video Site, Expanding Beyond YouTube
11:35 AM
Laura Hazard Owen / Gigaom:   Google Play Books' new reading mode lets you browse and skim nonfiction ebooks faster
11:05 AM
Joan E. Solsman / CNET:   Pandora, Spotify top ranking of music apps — so where's Beats?
10:30 AM
Simon Zekaria / Wall Street Journal:   BT to include Netflix on YouView Internet TV service
9:20 AM
Anya George Tharakan / Reuters:   Time Warner Cable lost 184K video customers in Q3, revenue rose to $5.71B
7:40 AM
Ryan Chittum / Columbia Journalism Review:   The news business should refuse Facebook's deal
7:10 AM
Ellis Hamburger / The Verge:   Flipboard debuts a big redesign and The Daily Edition, a morning news section
 October 29, 2014 
11:40 PM
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:   NPR to open Seoul bureau
9:50 PM
Catalina Albeanu / Journalism.co.uk:   ‘Space journalism’: How ProPublica tells stories using satellites
5:45 PM
Dominic Rushe / Guardian:   Rupert Murdoch urges media firms to unite to fight Amazon and Netflix
4:20 PM
Pamela McClintock / Hollywood Reporter:   MPAA and National Association of Theatre Owners Ban Google Glass, Other Wearable Tech
3:45 PM
Janko Roettgers / Gigaom:   Google Play Movies is getting second-screen smarts for Chromecast
3:10 PM
Lucia Moses / Digiday:   How Harvard Business Review wins social media
2:00 PM
Geoffrey King / Committee to Protect Journalists:   For journalists coming into US, policies border on the absurd
1:20 PM
Jacob Gershman / Wall Street Journal:   Unmasking Yelp Users Would Hurt Free Speech, Warn Google and Facebook
1:05 PM
David Folkenflik / NPR:   Behind The Scenes, Storyful Exposes Viral Hoaxes For News Outlets
12:50 PM
Jonathan Kaiman / Guardian:   Hong Kong protests bring crisis of confidence for traditional media
12:35 PM
Brian Steinberg / Variety:   PBS NewsHour Enters Partnership With The Atlantic Magazine
12:25 PM
Patrick Frater / Variety:   Australia Channel Replaces ABC's Australia Network
12:10 PM
Mark Sweney / Guardian:   Scotsman titles to merge with up to 45 job losses
12:00 PM
Shelli Weinstein / Variety:   History Channel to Launch Online Course for College Credit
11:35 AM
Mark Sweney / Guardian:   UK newspaper ad revenue returns to growth as digital income surges
11:20 AM
Diana Marszalek / NetNewsCheck:   Alt Weeklies Plan To Launch Online Radio
11:05 AM
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:   Why the newspaper industry is leaving six-month circulation reports behind
10:55 AM
Paul Mooney / Reuters:   Myanmar journalist killed by army was former bodyguard of Suu Kyi
10:45 AM
Jasper Jackson / TheMediaBriefing:   Guardian executive digital editor: ‘The decline of print is an absolute given.’
10:05 AM
The Seattle Times:   FBI exploited press credibility in bomb ruse
9:55 AM
Lara Sinclair / TheAustralian:   Mashable launches Australian edition
9:45 AM
Ernesto / TorrentFreak:   RIAA: The Pirate Bay Assaults Fundamental Human Rights
9:10 AM
Saeed Kamali Dehghan / Guardian:   Iranian journalists detained after reporting on acid attacks
8:10 AM
NetNewsCheck:   iHeart Reports Revenues Up 3% For Q3
7:50 AM
Wolfgang Blau / Guardian:   Guardian US launches responsive, redesigned website with flexible section pages
7:25 AM
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:   Digital chief Denise Warren leaves the Times
6:35 AM
Sarah Hartley / Prolific North:   Johnston Press ‘near doubling’ of mobile audience alongside revenue decline
5:33 AM
Jon Russell / TechCrunch:   British Broadcaster Sky Invests $7 Million In YouTube Video Network Whistle Sports
3:30 AM
Peter Lauria / BuzzFeed:   Cash-Rich Asian Companies Are Looking To Pour Money Into Hollywood
12:05 AM
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:   New York Times Reporter James Risen Laments Lost Art Of Undercover Reporting
 October 28, 2014 
7:25 PM
Rafat Ali / rafat.org:   Why It Is Time For A Vertical Media Collective
6:30 PM
Patrick Howell O'Neill / The Daily Dot:   Verizon's tech news site SugarString won't let writers report on US spying or net neutrality
5:55 PM
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:   What's in a ‘scoop’? The White House has a strategy for that.
5:05 PM
Amy Schatz / Re/code:   FCC Kicks Off Push to Regulate Internet TV Services Like Cable
3:55 PM
Jeff John Roberts / Gigaom:   Twitter and Etsy get high marks in report card on copyright and free speech
2:25 PM
Kristen Hare / Poynter:   No arrests or prosecutions were made in 90% of journalist murders over the last decade
1:40 PM
Andrew Rice / New York Magazine:   Matt Taibbi leaves First Look Media after disagreements with management
1:00 PM
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:   Sun-Times owner says it's imitating BuzzFeed, Deadspin with national network of news sites
12:25 PM
Ravi Somaiya / New York Times:   David Gregory to Join Katie Couric for Election Special on Yahoo
11:40 AM
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:   USA Today, WSJ, NYT top U.S. newspapers by circulation
10:35 AM
Washpostpr / Washington Post:   The Washington Post Creates the Ben Bradlee Award for Courage in Journalism
10:35 AM
Anthony Ha / TechCrunch:   BuzzFeed Acquires Startup Torando Labs To Create A New Data Engineering Team
9:46 AM
Andrew Wallenstein / Variety:   HBO to Lay Off Over 150 Employees This Week (EXCLUSIVE)
9:00 AM
John Plunkett / Guardian:   Kremlin-backed RT to launch UK TV news channel
7:20 AM
Chris Johnston / The Guardian:   Former BBC and MSN executive Pete Clifton named PA editor-in-chief
6:15 AM
Ricardo Bilton / Digiday:   The changing face of technology journalism
1:05 AM
Mike Carter / The Seattle Times:   FBI created fake Seattle Times Web page to nab bomb-threat suspect
 October 27, 2014 
10:00 PM
Casey Johnston / Ars Technica:   One week later, Google algorithm change hits streaming, torrent sites hard
8:55 PM
Bloomberg:   Madison Square Garden Explores Plan to Split Into Two
8:45 PM
Paul Sawers / The Next Web:   Amazon's crowdsourced publishing program, Kindle Scout, is now open for voting
6:35 PM
Richard Spencer / Telegraph:   British journalist John Cantlie used as ‘Isil reporter’ inside Kobane
4:55 PM
Noam Cohen / New York Times:   Wikipedia Emerges as Trusted Internet Source for Ebola Information
4:10 PM
Michael Isikoff / Yahoo! News:   Feds identify suspected ‘second leaker’ for Snowden reporters
2:30 PM
Liana B. Baker / Reuters:   Amazon buys comedy service Rooftop Media to expand digital content
2:25 PM
Sam Kirkland / Poynter:   Canada's Postmedia newspaper chain reinvents its smartphone and tablet app strategy
12:55 PM
Josephine Yurcaba / Rolling Stone:   This American Crime: Sarah Koenig on Her Hit Podcast ‘Serial’
11:25 AM
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:   Condé Nast CTO Joe Simon departs, Fred Santarpia to become EVP and Chief Digital Officer
10:45 AM
Ravi Somaiya / New York Times:   How Facebook Is Changing the Way Its Users Consume Journalism
10:05 AM
Michael Bolen / The Huffington Post:   Meet Jesse Brown, The Man Who Broke The Explosive Allegations About Jian Ghomeshi
8:55 AM
Angela Haggerty / The Drum:   Financial Times launches aggregation service FirstFT, curating must-reads from across the web
8:30 AM
David D. Kirkpatrick / New York Times:   Egyptian Media to Limit Criticism of Government
 October 26, 2014 
2:20 PM
Kurt Wagner / Re/code:   Whisper editorial staff placed on leave includes editor-in-chief Neetzan Zimmerman