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8:50 AM ET, August 27, 2013

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Jonathan Franklin / Truthout:
Exclusive Glenn Greenwald Interview: “I Won't Be Kept Out of My Country for Doing Journalism!”  —  Glenn Greenwald, the US lawyer-turned-blogger-turned- journalist, has been writing about state-sponsored repression, surveillance, torture and leaks for years.  He has four best-selling books …
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Jay Rosen / Pressthink:
To make journalism harder, slower, less secure  —  That's what the surveillance state is trying to do.  It has the means, the will and the latitude to go after journalism the way it went after terrorism.  Only a more activist press, working together, stands a chance of resisting this.
New York Times:
To Protect Its Empire, ESPN Stays on Offense  —  ESPN likes to call itself the Worldwide Leader in Sports, and by most every measure it is in a league of its own.  The network produced 35,000 hours of programming in 2012, including at least half of all live athletic events televised in the United States.
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Dave Zirin / The Nation:
ESPN Journalists Speak Out on Concussion Documentary
Dean Starkman / Columbia Journalism Review:   ESPN's journalism problem
James Grubel / Reuters:
Australian press watchdog chides Murdoch media  —  Australia's newspaper regulator on Tuesday weighed in on a row over bias by Rupert Murdoch's newspapers in the country's election campaign, telling editors to provide an accurate account of public issues.  —  The Australian arm …
Laura Hazard Owen / GigaOM:
Barnes & Noble retail CEO Klipper just sold most of his stock in the company  —  Barnes & Noble's retail CEO, Mitchell Klipper, has sold off a large portion of his stock in the company in the past few days, according to an SEC filing.  —  Klipper sold about 400,000 shares from his 401(k) …
Taylor Owen / Tow Center for Digital Journalism:
The Tow Center Announces First Round of Tow/ Knight Research Projects  —  Over the past few months we have been putting together an exciting new program of research, the Tow/Knight Projects, marking a first for us at the Tow Center, the Columbia Journalism School, and the changing field of journalism.
Discussion: @towcenter, @emilybell and @digiphile
Cindy Royal / Mediashift:
We Need a Digital-First Curriculum to Teach Modern Journalism  —  At the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication in Washington, D.C., earlier this month, one panel addressed adding programming skills to the curriculum: “Why All Your Students Must Be Programmers.”
Jack Dickey / TIME:
Olbermann's New Sports Talkshow Pulls No Punches (Well, Maybe Just a Couple)  —  God bless Keith Olbermann; the man always comes out swinging.  —  Olbermann, his daily hourlong talk show, debuted live Monday night on ESPN2 without introductory credits.  It seemed like a glitch.
Hannah Karp / Wall Street Journal:
Sirius Is Sued Over Music Royalties for Pre-1972 Recordings  —  The entity that collects performance royalties from digital music services—and distributes them to performers and record labels—sued satellite-radio giant Sirius XM Radio Inc. for allegedly refusing to pay for recordings made prior to 1972.
Jennifer Valentino-DeVries / Digits:
Open Secret About Google's Surveillance Case No Longer Secret  —  The Justice Department recently won a court battle to keep an Internet company from talking about federal demands for user data, arguing that even disclosing the company's name would damage national security.'
Kevin Roderick / LA Observed:
Dick Gordon leaving public radio's ‘The Story’  —  “The Story,” the nationally syndicated public radio news interview program produced at North Carolina Public Radio-WUNC, will air for the last time on October 11.  Long-time host Dick Gordon “plans to return to his native Canada …
Michael Depp / NetNewsCheck Latest:
For Media Cos., CMS World Gets Complex  —  Content Management Systems serving the local media industry have taken a quantum leap forward, and choosing the right CMS has become more complicated than ever.  Media companies have some difficult choices when it comes to choosing a CMS …
Discussion: eMedia Vitals
 
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Josh Gerstein / Politico:
Feds: Keep no-reporter's-privilege ruling
Discussion: New York Times, NPR and @joshgerstein
Carl Marcucci / Radio & Television Business Report:
Piolin sues former staffers over extortion
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Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
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Laura Hazard Owen / GigaOM:
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