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4:50 AM ET, July 30, 2013

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Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
Media, left out of the relationship  —  Note who's missing in Tanzina Vega's New York Times story today about the monster merger of ad agencies Publicis and Omnicom.  —  Media — TV, radio, magazines, newspapers, online — are nowhere to be seen.  This merger, they all say …
Kira Goldenberg / Columbia Journalism Review:
TNR asks the big journalism question  —  Over at The New Republic, Marc Tracy offers a helpful peek into how an ignorant Fox News interview—a religion scholar who happened to be Muslim was asked why he wrote a book about Jesus—became a “traffic bonanza” for BuzzFeed.
Discussion: New York Times
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Marc Tracy / New Republic:
How a Terrible Fox News Interview Became a Traffic Bonanza for BuzzFeed
Tony Maglio / The Wrap:
CBS and TWC Talks Break Down, But CBS Isn't Going Dark Just Yet (Updated)  —  CBS to go dark in Los Angeles, New York and Dallas  —  As it turns out, CBS won't be going dark for Time Warner Cable in Los Angeles, New York and Dallas just yet.  —  “At the request of CBS, we have halted going dark on their channels.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
NYT interview with Obama: No surveillance questions?  —  Jackie Calmes and Michael D. Shear's interview with President Obama packed in enough news to fill three New York Times articles and one media story: “It was the paper's first exclusive chat with the president in nearly three years,” The Huffington Post's Jack Mirkinson writes.
Shira Ovide / Digits:
Thomson Reuters Twitter Account Is Hacked  —  The main Twitter account of news outlet Thomson Reuters was taken over Monday, apparently by the Syrian Electronic Army group that has hacked other news organizations.  —  “Earlier today @thomsonreuters was hacked,” a spokesman for the news organization said in an email late Monday.
Dylan Byers / Politico:
CNN to produce Hillary Clinton film  —  CNN Films has tapped documentary filmmaker Charles H. Ferguson to direct a film about former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton, POLITICO has learned.  —  “CNN is very pleased to be working with Academy-Award winner Charles Ferguson on the film …
Ed Pilkington / Guardian:
Bradley Manning judge to release verdict on Tuesday in WikiLeaks trial  —  Army private faces sentence of life in military custody with no chance of parole if convicted on ‘aiding the enemy’ charge  —  Bradley Manning, the self-confessed source of the massive WikiLeaks trove of US state secrets …
Michael Sebastian / AdAge:
Hearst Poaches Todd Haskell From New York Times to Lead Digital Revenue  —  And Names Publisher For Still-Untitled Dr. Oz Magazine  —  Hearst Magazines has hired Todd Haskell away from The New York Times, where he had been group VP-advertising since 2007, to become senior VP and chief revenue officer …
Liz Gannes / AllThingsD:
Google's New Zagat Is Much More Limited (For Now), but It's Free  —  Google today put out a gussied-up version of the Zagat website, Android and iOS apps.  —  Regular users of Zagat's famous local ratings might be disappointed to find that the new site features just nine cities: San Francisco …
David Carr / New York Times:
VCR's Past Is Guiding Television's Future  —  The last few weeks have been a rugged legal stretch for incumbent television companies.  —  First, an appeals court declined to rehear a case in which broadcasters sought to close down Aereo, a company that allows users to record and play back broadcast television over the Internet.
BBC:
Google weighs 100 million takedowns  —  Google has received requests to remove more than 100 million links since January 2013 for web pages deemed to be in breach of copyright laws.  —  That is double the number it received for the whole of 2012 and a sign that publishers are stepping up their battle against internet piracy.
Discussion: Digital Spy, PC World and RT
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
Why the time is right for The Washington Post & others to boost video initiatives  —  The Washington Post will formally launch PostTV today — a big gamble that it can widen audience and win significant advertising revenue by producing digital video programs and distributing the segments to various partners.
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Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:   Washington Post Launches New Political Web Shows
 
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Brooks Barnes / New York Times:
Dispute Blocks Hollywood's Share of Chinese Box Office
Discussion: Variety and Deadline.com
Jason Del Rey / AllThingsD:
Amazon Studios May Crowdsource Selection of Its Web TV Show Pilots
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Why the New York Times is moving on from the Herald Tribune
Richard Horgan / FishbowlNY:
TMZ Vet Daniel Goldblatt Now at the Helm of Variety.com
Alex Weprin / TVNewser:
NBC News Partnering With GlobalPost For Foreign Coverage
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Robert-Jan Bartunek / Reuters:
Liberty Global ups stake in Dutch cable group Ziggo
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
News Corp's Les Goodstein, who captained company's New York community newspaper efforts, has resigned
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
AP, Meltwater end litigation, will ‘collaborate on innovating new products’
Josh Sternberg / Digiday:
Are Magazines Blowing iPad Sales?
Discussion: @joshsternberg and eMedia Vitals