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11:30 AM ET, July 22, 2013


 Top News: 
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Aereo as Bargaining Chip in Broadcast Fees Battle  —  As another television programming blackout looms, this time because of a high-stakes negotiation between the CBS Corporation and Time Warner Cable, there is a new wrinkle, courtesy of Aereo, the start-up that streams broadcast TV via the Internet.
Discussion: CNET, @rakeshlobster and The Verge
Laura Hazard Owen / GigaOM:
Aereo will launch in Utah on August 19  —  Aereo, the service that lets users watch live TV online and on mobile devices and save shows to a personal DVR, will launch in Utah on August 19, the company announced Monday.  —  Aereo is already available in New York, Boston and Atlanta.
Mike Allen / Politico:
How ESPN/ABC stole Nate Silver from The New York Times — Young data guru promised Oscars role; may expand franchise to education, economics, weather  —  BEHIND THE CURTAIN - COURTING NATE SILVER: The battle for data whiz Nate Silver, fought secretly and aggressively by several …
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Circulation revenue up 11 percent at Gannett  —  Domestic circulation revenue in Gannett's publishing division rose 11 percent in the second quarter, the company announced in its second-quarter earnings report Monday.  That gain, as well as gains in the company's broadcasting and digital businesses …
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
David Shuster Joining Al Jazeera America: Source  —  NEW YORK — David Shuster, a veteran of MSNBC and Fox News, is joining Al Jazeera America as an anchor, according a source familiar with the deal.  —  Shuster is the latest high-profile journalist to land at Al Jazeera America, which is expected to launch Aug. 20.
Discussion: TVNewser
David Carr / New York Times:
TV Foresees Its Future.  Netflix Is There.  —  Apple and Google were back making waves in the television world last week, with reports suggesting they were renewing efforts to use technology to transform the box in your living room.  —  But Netflix already has.  —  Netflix knows a little about transformation.
Discussion: ParisLemon and GigaOM
Michael Sebastian / AdAge:
Time Warner Names Joseph Ripp CEO of Time Inc.  —  Resolves One Area of Uncertainty as New State of Flux Begins  —  Time Warner has named Joseph Ripp the next CEO of Time Inc., resolving one big question as the publishing unit prepares to strike out on its own but surprising observers who had bet on another candidate.
Discussion: The Wrap and Hollywood Reporter
Janko Roettgers / GigaOM:
Forget second-screen apps.  Today, the TV is the second screen  —  Recently I had a great discussion with a friend of mine from Germany, who told me that TV networks over there are slow to embrace the future of television.  Some of that has to do with local regulations and the difficulty …
Discussion: eMedia Vitals
Danah Boyd / Medium:
Whistleblowing Is the New Civil Disobedience  —  Like many other civil liberties activists, I've been annoyed by how the media has spilled more ink talking about Edward Snowden than the issues that he's trying to raise.  I've grumbled at the “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?” …
Discussion: New York Times
Virginia Hughes / Phenomena:
How Forensic Linguistics Outed J.K. Rowling (Not to Mention James Madison, Barack Obama, and the Rest of Us)  —  Earlier this week, the UK's Sunday Times rocked the publishing world by revealing that Robert Galbraith, the first-time author of a new crime novel called The Cuckoo's Calling …
Sarah Marshall /
How Al Jazeera English gathered data to map Syria's rebellion  —  Al Jazeera English yesterday published an interactive that maps the Syria rebellion.  The interactive is based on data collected from 900 opposition fighter groups in the country, gathered though good old fashioned journalism.
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Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
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Discussion: UPI
Wall Street Journal:
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Discussion: @financial_team
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Discussion: Los Angeles Times
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Keach Hagey / Wall Street Journal:
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Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Dish Pulls the Plug — For Now — On NimbleTV's Web TV Service
The Economist:
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Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
How Google or Apple Could Make Web TV a Reality: Spend Billions on the NFL
Discussion: Tech Deals
Billy Gallagher / TechCrunch:
Freedom Of Information Act Machine Fights Government Secrecy By Automating Transparency Requests