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11:15 AM ET, July 3, 2013


 Top News: 
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Netflix Extends PBS Pact, Scoring Two Exclusives  —  Netflix gains subscription-streaming rights to ‘Super Why!’ and ‘The Bletchley Circle’  —  The rivalry between Netflix and for online streaming content has been a boon to TV programmers, as the two are motivated buyers eager to one-up each other.
Ed Pilkington / Guardian:
US government rests its case in Bradley Manning WikiLeaks trial  —  Admission that army has mislaid standard contract signed by private boosts defence hopes of having some charges dismissed  —  The US government rested its case against the WikiLeaks source, Bradley Manning on Tuesday …
Sky News:
Leveson To Be Grilled By MPs Later This Month  —  Lord Justice Leveson chaired last year's inquiry into press ethics  —  Lord Justice Leveson will give evidence to MPs about press regulation later this month.  —  The judge, who oversaw the inquiry into press ethics sparked by the phone hacking scandal …
Discussion: Guardian and Telegraph
Jay Rosen / Quote and Comment:
CNN makes its priorities clear.  —  A trial like the Zimmerman case in Florida is like a TV mini-series in which the writers and actors don't get paid.  Meanwhile, epochal world events - the kind CNN is supposed to dominate the coverage of - unfold in a little box on the lower right.
Adam Satariano / Bloomberg:
Apple Said to Near Time Warner Cable Deal for TV Programs  —  Apple Inc. (AAPL) is nearing a deal with Time Warner Cable Inc. (TWC) to give subscribers of the cable television service access to channels via Apple TV, people with knowledge of the negotiations said.
Yasmine Saleh / Reuters:
Egyptian army secures state TV studios: sources  —  (Reuters) - Egyptian troops with armored vehicles have secured the central Cairo studios of state television on Wednesday, security sources said.  —  As a deadline approaches when the army high command is expected to step …
John Glenday / The Drum:
BBC to screen selected Wimbledon matches in 3D  —  The BBC has confirmed plans to broadcast selected Wimbledon matches in 3D as part of a two-year trial of the technology, singling out the semi-finals and finals for the extra dimension.  —  Available to anyone with a 3D TV and access …
Jon Friedman / The Fiscal Times:
TV News Searches for a 21st Century Winning Model  —  TV news is not an industry for the faint of heart.  In journalism, there is an old saying: You're only as good as your last story - and nowhere is the axiom more apt than in a business with a swarm of network and cable competitors …
David Sirota / Salon:
Meet the “Journalists Against Journalism” club!  —  The clique of media figures outraged when news outlets challenge power has a new member: Washington Post higher-ups  —  From David Gregory to Andrew Ross Sorkin to David Brooks, the ranks of Washington's hottest new club continues to swell.
Jack Mirkinson / The Huffington Post:
Washington Post's Unbelievable Snowden Editorial
Ian Burrell / The Independent:
Going live: Can new Director General Tony Hall overhaul the BBC?  —  The honeymoon is over.  His new team, minus a trusted deputy, is in place and a heaving intray of problems awaits.  Ian Burrell rates his prospects  —  “The BBC's best days lie ahead of us,” Tony Hall wrote in his cheerleading introductory email to staff in April.
Ed Christman / Billboard:
Pandora Cuts Direct Pub Deal With Universal Music Publishing (While Fighting Direct Pub Deals In Rate Court)  —  While Pandora is maneuvering to lower its music publishing rates, it has cut a short-term deal with Universal Music Publishing Group that according to sources would represent …
Walter Hamilton / Los Angeles Times:
Deal for TV stations casts shadow on Tribune's credit rating  —  Peter Liguori, chief executive of Tribune Co., which had its S&P overall assessment of business prospects rise to “satisfactory” from “fair.”  (Fox / Fox Broadcasting)  —  Tribune Co. went a full six months with unblemished credit.
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