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3:45 PM ET, September 30, 2013

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Janko Roettgers / GigaOM:
Breaking Bad series finale breaks piracy records  —  Breaking Bad's series finale just broke a dubious record: The last episode of the critically acclaimed show has been pirated more than 500,000 times within the first 12 hours after it first appeared online, according to Torrentfreak.
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Don Reisinger / CNET:
‘Breaking Bad’ secret to success?  HDTVs and Netflix  —  That's the claim from the show's cinematographer Michael Slovis, who says that services like Netflix allow for binge viewing and thus, increased ratings.  —  The “Breaking Bad” finale might have come and gone, but the mania surrounding …
Jessica Guynn / Los Angeles Times:   Must tweet TV: ‘Breaking Bad’ is a breakout hit for Twitter
Ken Auletta / New Yorker:
Can the Guardian take its aggressive investigations global?  —  At eight-thirty on the morning of June 21st, Alan Rusbridger, the unflappable editor of the Guardian, Britain's liberal daily, was in his office, absorbing a lecture from Jeremy Heywood, the Cabinet Secretary to Prime Minister David Cameron.
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Clicky Business Insider to double down on ‘long-form’ with ‘hundreds of thousands’ in investment  —  For the most part, Business Insider is seen as a pithy must-read for tech and finance junkies, who flock to the six-year-old website for its steady stream of micro-scoops …
Discussion: Talking Biz News and @jayrosen_nyu
Jack Mirkinson / The Huffington Post:
CNN's Hillary Clinton Movie Has Been Canceled, Director Says  —  The planned documentary on Hillary Clinton that caused CNN to be banned from 2016 Republican debates has been canceled, its director said on Monday.  —  In a blog for HuffPost, Charles Ferguson said that it was a near total stonewalling …
Evelyn M. Rusli / Digits:
Facebook Woos TV Networks With More Data  —  Facebook is laying down a new gauntlet in its battle with Twitter to dominate online conversation around television: more data for broadcasters.  —  This week, Facebook says it will begin sending weekly reports to America's four largest television networks …
Frédéric Filloux / Monday Note:
News: Personalized or Serendipitous?  —  Every digital news designer faces the question: should the traditional serendipity of contents be preserved or should we go full steam for personalization?  It turns out Google is already working on ways to combine both — on its usual grand scale.
Nicholas Watt / Guardian:
Cameron accused of misleading Leveson on Brooks friendship  —  New book casts doubt over David Cameron's account to press inquiry over his personal ties with Rebekah Brooks  —  David Cameron gave misleading evidence to the Leveson inquiry over his friendship with the former News International …
Ben Sisario / New York Times:
Nielsen Completes $1.26 Billion Purchase of Arbitron  —  Nielsen Holdings announced on Monday that it had completed its $1.26 billion acquisition of the radio ratings company Arbitron, a deal that Nielsen says will allow it to monitor eight hours a day of the public's media consumption across television …
Discussion: bizjournals
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
McClatchy Editor Questions ‘Odd’ New York Times Story On Al Qaeda Leak  —  NEW YORK — The New York Times reported Monday that an August leak concerning an al Qaeda plot had “undermined U.S. intelligence” by prompting terrorists to change their methods of communicating, a front-page story …
Peter Lauria / BuzzFeed:
Exclusive: ABC News Poaches Reuters Editor To Run Web Operations  —  ABC News President Ben Sherwood continues to aggressively revamp and expand the network's digital operations, luring one of the top video editors at Reuters to run ABCNews.com.  Erle Norton will today be named …
Discussion: ABC News and @peterlauria3
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Intel and Sony Ambitions for Internet TV Services Meet Skepticism  —  Television services delivered via the Internet by companies like Intel and Sony could someday transform how Americans watch TV shows.  But the services have to get off the ground first, and there are new doubts about whether that is going to happen.
 
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Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
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