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10:25 PM ET, August 19, 2013


 Top News: 
Alan Rusbridger / Guardian:
David Miranda, schedule 7 and the danger that all reporters now face  —  As the events in a Heathrow transit lounge - and the Guardian offices - have shown, the threat to journalism is real and growing  —  In a private viewing cinema in Soho last week I caught myself letting fly …
Jonathan Watts / Guardian:
David Miranda: 'They said I would be put in jail if I didn't co-operate'  —  Partner of Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald gives his first interview on nine-hour interrogation at Heathrow airport  —  David Miranda, the partner of the Guardian journalist who broke stories of mass surveillance …
Jennifer Epstein / Politico:
White House: U.S. had no role in detention of Greenwald's partner  —  The United States was not involved in the detention of David Miranda, the partner of journalist Glenn Greenwald, but was told it was likely that the Brazilian citizen would be stopped at London's Heathrow Airport, the White House said Monday.
Andrea Peterson / The Switch:
No, Glenn Greenwald didn't ‘vow vengeance.’ He said he was going to do his job.  —  Glenn Greenwald, the journalist at the Guardian who broke many of the stories related to the National Security Agency (NSA) leaks over the past two months, had a stressful weekend.
Discussion: NBCNews, @johncusack and Hit & Run
Pedro Fonseca / Reuters:
Snowden journalist to publish UK secrets after Britain detains partner  —  The journalist who first published secrets leaked by fugitive former U.S. intelligence agency contractor Edward Snowden vowed on Monday to publish more documents and said Britain will be “sorry” for detaining his partner for nine hours.
Kashmir Hill / Forbes:
Glenn Greenwald ‘Not Worried At All’ About Britain Getting Info From His Partner's Seized Electronics  —  Anyone who has had the displeasure of making a connection at London's Heathrow airport could tell you a tale of woe.  But David Miranda, the domestic partner of Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald, has a story to top all others.
Simon Jenkins / Guardian:
Is Glenn Greenwald's journalism now viewed as a ‘terrorist’ occupation?
Josh Stearns / Free Press:
A Growing Culture of Violence Against Journalists  —  On Saturday, Michael Grunwald, senior national correspondent for TIME magazine, tweeted, “I can't wait to write a defense of the drone strike that takes out Julian Assange.”  —  He has since deleted the tweet, but the ugliness behind it lingers.
Discussion: @johncusack and @jcstearns, Thanks:@jcstearns
Amy Davidson / The New Yorker:
Michael Grunwald and the Assange Precedent Problem
Eric Spitz / Wall Street Journal:
Start the Presses!  It's How You Sell Newspapers  —  As iconoclastic as it may sound, it's time to stop chasing the digital ghost.  —  This month has seen a couple of successful businessmen with no newspaper experience acquire two of America's storied media institutions.  Many people are wondering why.
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Al Jazeera America Promises a More Sober Look at the News  —  Fourteen hours of straight news every day.  Hard-hitting documentaries.  Correspondents in oft-overlooked corners of the country.  And fewer commercials than any other news channel.  —  It sounds like something a journalism professor would imagine.
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Lauren Ashburn Joins Fox News  —  Daily Download editor-in-chief Lauren Ashburn has joined Fox News and Fox Business as a contributor.  “Very excited about the opportunity to work with all of the great journalists at Fox News and Fox Business,” Ashburn told HuffPost in an email.
Discussion: Politico
Matthew Panzarino Joins TechCrunch As Senior Editor  —  Matthew Panzarino has been a professional photographer, hobbyist chef, hardware tinkerer, independent Apple blogger, and most recently the Managing Editor at The Next Web.  —  He has made a name for himself in the tech media world …
Discussion: @mat and @jasonkincaid
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Twitter launches new ‘related headlines’ section on tweets  —  A not so clearly worded blog post by Twitter engineer Brian Wallerstein created low-level panic among digital-content folks Monday.  “Starting today, you will see a new ‘Related headlines’ section on Tweets that have been embedded on websites,” Wallerstein wrote.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
NPR President Knell leaving network for National Geographic Society  —  Gary Knell plans to leave his post as NPR's president and CEO to assume a role with the same titles at the National Geographic Society, the network announced in a press release Monday.  He took his current post in 2011.
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