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11:10 AM ET, September 18, 2013


 Top News: 
Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke / The New York Observer:
Reuters Next Canceled  —  Reuters has decided to cancel Next, the consumer facing website that had been in the works for more than two years, Chief Executive Andrew Rashbass announced this morning in a staff email.  —  “Next is a long way from achieving either commercial viability or strategic success.
Josh Halliday / Guardian:
BBC presenter does live broadcast clutching stack of paper instead of iPad  —  Simon McCoy baffles viewers by presenting news item after accidentally picking up refill pack of A4  —  BBC News presenter Simon McCoy mistook a ream of paper for a tablet computer while presenting a report, to the bafflement of viewers
Christine Haughney / New York Times:
Modern Farmer Magazine Capitalizes on a Trend  —  HUDSON, N.Y. — When a fledgling magazine gets former President Bill Clinton to contribute an article, you would think he would be featured on the cover.  But the cover model for the current issue of the quarterly Modern Farmer is a sleepy-looking goat.
Discussion: @blakehounshell and @harmancipants
John McDermott / AdAge:
SpinMedia Revives Vibe as Quarterly, Considers the Same for Spin  —  Vibe magazine is celebrating its 20th birthday by announcing it plans to live to see 21.  —  Despite numerous reports this year that the magazine's new owner SpinMedia, the network of pop-culture blogs …
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Nancy Gibbs / TIME:
New Editor Nancy Gibbs Maps Out What's Next For Time  —  Every new editor of TIME gets the chance to reimagine it, and there has never been a more exciting time to do that.  —  TIME now reaches an audience its founders could have only dreamed of: 50 million people around the world, in print, online, on mobile.
Jonathan Stempel / Reuters:
Internet radio service Pandora prevails in license dispute  —  (Reuters) - Pandora Media Inc has won a Manhattan federal court decision rejecting efforts by some music publishers to narrow a license that enables the largest U.S. Internet radio service to play their music.
Jim Edwards / Business Insider:
Twitter's IPO Will Reveal How Many Fake Or Inactive Users It Has — And It May Not Be Pretty  —  When Twitter files its S-1 papers for its IPO, it will answer a simple question that has been a bit of a mystery for observers and fans of the company: How many users are on Twitter?
Discussion: The Next Web and The Verge
Richard Verrier / Los Angeles Times:
Online piracy of entertainment content keeps soaring  —  The amount of Internet bandwidth used to illegally download movies, TV shows, music, books and video games has jumped 160% since November 2011, a study says.  —  Measuring infringement content and more.
Hamish McKenzie / PandoDaily:
The best magazine on the Internet?  —  If “slow media” needs a poster child, it can find one in Aeon Magazine, an online publication about culture and ideas that marks its first birthday tomorrow.  In the space of a year, the magazine, started by a London-based Australian couple …
John Paul Titlow / Fast Company:
iTunes Radio: Smart For Apple, “Meh” For Users and Harmless For Pandora  —  On Wednesday, the Bubble Wrap officially comes off of iOS 7, and with it Tunes Radio.  For consumers, iTunes Radio might feel like little more than a Pandora clone with different guts and a polished interface.
Amol Sharma / Wall Street Journal:
Hulu signs content deal to add 144 titles from BBC  —  Hulu to Add BBC Programming  —  After Months in Limbo, Streaming Site to Add 144 Titles From the BBC  —  Hulu LLC is once again making significant investments in content, after months in limbo on the auction block.
Andreas Wiseman / ScreenDaily:
Major German VOD collective quashed by regulator  —  ZDF, ARD, Beta, NDF see VOD service rejected by German regulator.  —  German competition regulator the Federal Cartel Office has rejected a proposed VOD service from a collective of major distributors and producers including ZDF Enterprises …
Gavriel Hollander / Press Gazette:
Leveson has been ‘disastrous’ says Guardian legal chief  —  The Guardian's director of editorial legal services Gill Phillips has said the outcome of Leveson Inquiry has been “disastrous”.  —  Speaking at the Protecting the Media conference in the City of London, Phillips said the wrangling …
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Nicholas Watt / Guardian:
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Discussion: @ggreenwald
Tim Kelly / Reuters:
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Josh Halliday / Guardian:
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Discussion: @jesseholcomb
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