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11:25 AM ET, June 24, 2013


 Top News: 
New York Times:
China Said to Have Made Call to Let Leaker Depart  —  BEIJING — The Chinese government made the final decision to allow Edward J. Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor, to leave Hong Kong on Sunday, a move that Beijing believed resolved a tough diplomatic problem even as it reaped …
Ben Smith / BuzzFeed:
You Don't Have To Like Edward Snowden  —  Reporters have always been comfortable ignoring their sources' motives.  Now everybody else needs to get used to that. … One of the most difficult features of the new news environment is that everybody gets to see the utter mess of the early hours …
The Huffington Post:
David Gregory To Glenn Greenwald: 'Why Shouldn't You Be Charged With A Crime?'  (VIDEO)  —  “Meet the Press” host David Gregory asked columnist Glenn Greenwald why he shouldn't be charged with a crime for working with NSA leaker Edward Snowden.  —  Greenwald, who was on to discuss Snowden's …
Rosie Gray / BuzzFeed:
WikiLeaks Spokesperson Says Group May Publish Snowden's Remaining Material
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Snowden on the run, seeks asylum in Ecuador
Michael Kelley / Business Insider:
Edward Snowden Didn't Show For Flight From Moscow To Havana, Cuba, And Now A Bunch Of Journalists Are Stuck On The Plane
Evelyn M. Rusli / Wall Street Journal:
Facebook, With a Focus on Mobile, Works on Project for News Via Users  —  Facebook Inc. is aiming to become a newspaper for mobile devices.  —  The social network has been quietly working on a service, internally called Reader, that displays content from Facebook users and publishers …
David Carr / New York Times:
British Invasion Reshuffles U.S. Media  —  On Thursday night, the host of “The Daily Show” riffed on Paula Deen's liberal use of both butter and racial slurs, chatted about journalism with Tom Brokaw and parodied the gangster code of honor that has been in the news in the Whitey Bulger trial.
Discussion: Guardian
Wall Street Journal:
Hollywood's New Screen Test  —  Big Studios' Korea Experiment Rents Movies on Demand While Still in Theaters  —  Two Hollywood studios have quietly begun testing a controversial business model in South Korea after years of failed efforts in the U.S.: renting movies via video on demand while they are still playing in theaters.
New York Times:
Hulu, Seeking a Buyer, May Shift Course  —  This year Hulu reached a milestone: viewers streamed more than one billion videos on the site in a single three-month period.  —  But the valedictory lap did not last long.  Even as the number of views were adding up, so were concerns within the company about the site's future.
The Huffington Post:
Phone Hacking Scandal Reportedly Went Far Beyond Media  —  LONDON (AP) — The phone hacking scandal rocking Britain extends well beyond the media industry to include law firms, debt collectors and other companies, a newspaper said Saturday.  —  The scandal has already sent shockwaves across …
Tom Harper / The Independent:
Pressure grows on Lord Leveson to explain why he ignored hacking beyond the press
Noah Davis / The Awl:
Freelance Writing Online: What Are You Worth?  —  I didn't know what I would get paid to write this article.  I didn't ask.  It doesn't matter.  It won't make a tangible dent in paying the rent on my apartment in Brooklyn, or, for that matter, rent on an apartment in any other city.
Michael Sebastian / AdAge:
Magazines' iPad Editions See 24% Ad Boost in Q1  —  Kantar/PIB Report Shows Uptick, But Buyers Seek More Performance Data From Publishers  —  Magazine publishers are seeing more advertisers warm up to their iPad editions.  —  In the first quarter, the number of ad units …
Discussion: FishbowlNY and eMedia Vitals
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Knight pledges more than $3 million to winners of government transparency challenge  —  Eight projects from the Knight Open Gov news challenge will divide the money, including the Oyez Project, which gets $600,000 to expand its collection of summaries and transcripts from Supreme Court cases …
Niklas Pollard / Reuters:
Swedish court backs TV license fees for computers, mobile devices  —  (Reuters) - A Swedish court on Monday ruled that the state broadcaster could charge a fee for accessing television via the Internet on laptops, tablets, smartphones and other devices.  —  Sweden has for decades …
Liz Gannes / AllThingsD:
Q&A: Digg's Andrew McLaughlin and Jake Levine Race to Replace Google Reader  —  For people who've grown accustomed to having their online news delivered throughout the day in neatly stacked headlines from all their favorite blogs and publishers, this next week is a tough one.
Mat Honan / Wired:
Inside Digg's Race to Build the New Google Reader
Discussion: The Next Web
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