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11:10 AM ET, June 17, 2013


 Top News: 
David Carr / New York Times:
Big News Forges Its Own Path  —  During a visit to Toronto last week, I noticed the entire city was pivoting around a story by Gawker, a site that has a broad range of interests, but at its core is dedicated to detailing the running silliness of life in Manhattan.
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Source: Instagram Will Get Video On June 20  —  We've been working on getting more details on a press event that Facebook is having this week.  Earlier, we wrote it could launch a news-reading app, but we have since heard more details that point to something else entirely.
Jessica Grose / New Republic:
Can Women's Magazines Do Serious Journalism?  —  Some people don't think so ...  Last week, the feminist Internet exploded with censure for the British quarterly Port Magazine.  The magazine's transgression?  Publishing a cover story about “A New Golden Age” of print media and featuring six white, male editors.
Discussion: The Hairpin
Sky News:
No Agreement Over Julian Assange's Future  —  The British and Ecuadorian governments have failed to reach an agreement over the future of Julian Assange after talks in London.  —  Ecuador's foreign minister Ricardo Patino had travelled to Britain to discuss what to do about the Wikileaks founder …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Netflix Links Up With DreamWorks Again for More Kids' Shows  —  More kids' stuff for Netflix, this time via another DreamWorks Animation deal.  —  The Web video service will have exclusive worldwide first-run rights to a new batch of original programming from the studio …
Ryan Lawler / TechCrunch:
With More Than 2.5B Monthly Video Views, Fullscreen Closes Funding From Chernin Group, Comcast, And WPP  —  Online multichannel network Fullscreen has become the latest in a series of YouTube partners to raise funding.  The company has officially closed a funding round led by The Chernin Group …
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune:
The Apple e-book antitrust case: The final four days  —  The DOJ will rest its case.  Apple will present its defense.  Summations on Thursday.  —  FORTUNE — Eddy Cue, the alleged “ringmaster” of a conspiracy to raise e-book prices in 2010, returns to a Manhattan federal court Monday …
Discussion: Melville House Books
Nick Summers / The Next Web:
Wikimedia Foundation says it hasn't received any PRISM requests, asks how it should respond next  —  The Wikimedia Foundation is the latest high-profile technology company to issue a public statement on PRISM, a confidential program created by the National Security Agency (NSA) …
Discussion: ZDNet and SlashGear
Stuart Kemp / Hollywood Reporter:
BBC Veteran Stuart Hall Sentenced to 15 Months in Prison for Sex Offenses  —  The public broadcaster issues a statement saying it is “appalled” some of his crimes took place while he was working for the company.  —  LONDON - Veteran BBC broadcaster Stuart Hall was sentenced Monday to 15 months …
Mark Harris / PopWatch:
Arrested Development and the case against binge-watching  —  The best TV is as addictive as a tub of ice cream, but as Jenny Craig and the new Arrested Development episodes remind us, moderation is wise.  —  How strange that it already feels too late to talk about the return of Arrested Development.
Ken Doctor / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The newsonomics of Hearst Magazines' one million new customers  —  Take this quiz.  The era of paying for digital access (a.k.a. digital circulation or paywalls) is about:  — Getting more money out of core subscribers;  — Getting new money out of new subscribers; or  — Getting money any way you can.
Michelle Salemi / Variety:
Can Local News Take On Watchdog Role?  —  Some observers think the Web is better-placed to report on civic issue  —  Can local TV news really fill the watchdog role in the 21st century that local newspapers did in the 20th?  —  CBS news anchor Bob Schieffer advanced the theory …
Adrian Chen / Gawker:
The Journalist's Guide To Not Getting Charged With Espionage  —  Journalists nationwide were miffed on Wednesday after New York Congressman and Super Mario Bros. Mini-boss Peter King explicitly called on the Department of Justice to go after Guardian columnist Glenn Greenwald …
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