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11:35 PM ET, September 26, 2013


 Top News: 
Robert Feder:
Tribune boss orders $100 million in cuts  —  It's not clear how they're supposed to do it, but Tribune Co. executives have been ordered to come up with $100 million in budget cuts, sources said, as the company prepares to spin off the publishing side of the business.
Robinson Meyer / The Atlantic:
Your Story Is Ready: Medium Experiments With the Homepage of the Future  —  Three things to know as Medium enters the recommendation game  —  The web is vast and full of text.  What should you read?  —  The Internet's history resides in this question, a little.  Google News trusts in what its algorithms turn up.
Discussion: Medium, @yayitsrob and @megangarber
Steve Ladurantaye / Globe and Mail:
Rogers to launch ‘Netflix for magazines’ with digital bundle subscriptions  —  Rogers Media is taking a lesson from its parent company's cable division, as it bundles all of its magazines into a single digital monthly subscription package that will also include dozens of American titles such as Rolling Stone and The New Yorker.
Erik Wemple:
Wall Street Journal attacks CNN's Rouhani translation; CNN fires back  —  First, the semi-official Iranian news agency Fars claimed that CNN had “fabricated” key parts of the translation of a news-making interview by Christiane Amanpour with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Intel Looking for Help from Amazon or Samsung to Keep Its Web TV Project Alive  —  Intel executives, who have promised to launch a Web-based pay TV service by the end of 2013, are now looking for a strategic backer to help them fund and distribute the service.  If they don't find one soon, it's possible the project will be scrapped.
Samir Husni / Mr. Magazine:
Esquire At Its Best: David Granger, the Editor Behind the Magazine Talks About Print, Digital and the Future of Journalism.  —  With a tag line Man At His Best, Esquire magazine enters its 9th decade of life with much deserved fanfare.  The printed magazine is having one of its best years …
Discussion: @janefriedman and @agilitycms
Todd Shields / Bloomberg:
FCC Tells Comcast to Put Bloomberg TV Among News Channels  —  Comcast Corp. (CMCSA) must carry Bloomberg Television, a competitor to the cable company's CNBC, near other news channels, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission said.  —  Bloomberg TV must be placed in neighborhoods …
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
USA Today president: ‘No plan exists’ for paywall  —  USA Today President and Publisher Larry Kramer said at a panel in New York that the paper is “exploring” a paywall, Keith J. Kelly reports.  Reached by email, Kramer told Poynter, “No plan exists.  We're studying it.”
Chris Rauber / San Francisco Business Times:
Former Bay Guardian editor Tim Redmond launching left-wing nonprofit news site  —  Tim Redmond, the longtime editor and “voice” of the San Francisco Bay Guardian, says he's launching a nonprofit news site with a distinctly left-wing perspective.  —  Redmond's plans for the new San Francisco …
Mathew Ingram / paidContent:
Google's chief economist understands media better than some industry executives do  —  Hal Varian, Google's chief economist, talked about the challenges facing the newspaper business in a recent presentation in Italy, and showed that he understands those challenges better than most media executives.
Desiree Everts DeNunzio / CNET:
Netflix opens the gates for ‘Super HD’ video for all  —  The streaming service's highest-quality picture previously had been available only to customers with an Internet service provider that was part of its Open Connect network.  —  Months after introducing its “Super HD” streaming option …
Discussion: Variety, GigaOM, The Verge and Pocket-lint
Jailed UK TV presenter faces new rape allegations  —  Former BBC broadcaster Stuart Hall, who was jailed for sex offences earlier this year, is set to face questioning over fresh allegations of rape.  —  The 83-year-old disgraced TV presenter, who is currently serving a 30-month jail term …
Discussion: BBC and Guardian
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
Nonprofit journalism sites are proving to be healthy but slow to scale  —  A recent Pew Research Center/Knight Foundation roundtable conference on the future of nonprofit journalism had the feeling of an annual physical.  After three hours of poking and probing, the sector was found …
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
The making of the ‘New York Times’ documentary about Christine Quinn  —  On the afternoon of Tuesday, March 12, Council Speaker Christine Quinn and her top political strategist, Josh Isay, had lunch with three journalists from The New York Times at Plein Sud, the airy French brasserie …
Discussion: @sarah_boxer
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Joshua Benton / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The Pulitzer Prize Board wants more entries in editorial writing, especially from online news sites
Discussion: @michaelroston
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Todd Spangler / Variety:
Why Hulu Doesn't Have an Ad-Free Service Like Netflix — Yet
Discussion: GigaOM, Consumerist and @brianstelter
Associated Press:
Belo shareholders approve $1.5 billion Gannett acquisition
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Hopster Promises Netflix for Kids, and No One Else
Discussion: TechCrunch, Fast Company and GigaOM
Matthew Zeitlin / BuzzFeed:
How Chrystia Freeland Hastened Reuters Next's Demise
Sam Thielman / Adweek:
The Web Is a Lab for Marketable TV Content, and Vice Versa
Ryan Faughnder / Los Angeles Times:
Internet radio services becoming more mainstream, survey says
Discussion: @niemanlab