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5:00 PM ET, October 1, 2013

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Dan Froomkin / Al Jazeera America:
Reporting on government shutdown has failed democracy … American news reports are largely blaming the government shutdown on the inability of both political parties to come to terms.  It is supposedly the result of a “bitterly divided” Congress that “failed to reach agreement” (Washington Post) …
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Alexander Abad-Santos / The Atlantic Wire:
Ranking the Best Newspaper Front Pages on the Government Shutdown  —  On this, the first day of October, the United States's elected officials refused to act like adults and shut down the government instead.  The good news is that in doing so, they gave every newspaper editor in the country …
Caroline O'Donovan / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Is the government shut down? Quartz will tell you (and drive a little traffic in the process)
Discussion: @zseward
Bill Carter / New York Times:
George Will to Leave ABC News for Fox News  —  George Will, who has been a conservative presence on ABC News for more than three decades, is leaving for the Fox News Channel, the cable news network announced on Tuesday.  —  The news of Mr. Will's hiring was first reported by the conservative news site The Daily Caller.
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Eriq Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:
How a Fox News Lawsuit Might Impact the Future of News  —  When Fox News sued a media monitoring company called TVEyes at the end of July, did it realize it was suing a defense contractor?  The lawsuit alleges that TVEyes is running a service making “verbatim reproduction” …
Austin Carr / Fast Company:
Scribd, HarperCollins Launch $8.99 Subscription Book Service  —  Spotify and Netflix have brought subscription services to the music and movie space.  Could Scribd apply that model to the world of books?  —  For a small monthly fee, consumers are used to getting unlimited access to all types of content …
Greg Mitchell / The Nation:
‘NYT’ Fingers McClatchy for ‘Terror’ Leak—and Now McClatchy Hits Back  —  Yesterday morning the top story at the New York Times site reported on US analysts feeling that the early-August leak to the media on how Al Qaeda communicates had done more to harm our anti-terrorism effort than anything revealed by Edward Snowden.
Discussion: The Huffington Post and Politico
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McClatchy Washington Bureau:
Did leaks alert al Qaida leaders they were being monitored?  —  WASHINGTON — The U.S. government-ordered closure of 19 U.S. diplomatic facilities in August has prompted a new controversy, this one about whether news reports at the time alerted al Qaida leaders that their communications were being monitored.
Kara Brandeisky / ProPublica:
Northwestern's Journalism Program Offers Students Internships with Prestige, But No Paycheck  —  Northwestern University's journalism school boasts of its prowess in preparing students for prestigious careers — but it also serves as a pipeline for unpaid internships.
Michael Rondon / Folio:
Publishers, AOL Partner on Subscription Service  —  Seven magazines, other services, offered at the new storefront.  —  Publishers have partnered with AOL on a new bundled-subscription offering the company rolled out Monday.  —  The service, Gathr, packages subscriptions to a variety of products and services at a discount.
Molly Young / New York Magazine:
A profile of Tumblr and David Karp after Yahoo  —  “It Was the Biggest Game of Chicken I've Ever Seen.”  —  David Karp built a massive, culturally totemic company that was losing millions of dollars a month.  After a huge infusion of Yahoo cash, he's breathing easier.  —  Tumblr  —  Founded: 2007
Jon Russell / The Next Web:
Music video site VEVO launches in Germany  —  Music and entertainment-focused video site VEVO has arrived in Germany, ending its two-year long effort to meet local licensing demands in the European country.  —  VEVO has opened an office in Berlin, out of which its operations in Germany — its 13th market worldwide — will be run.
Karthika Muthukumaraswamy / The Huffington Post:
A La Carte Journalism: Where People (and Reporters) Set the Agenda  —  So you want to do investigative journalism?  Or produce a TV series?  Or create a biopic?  But you don't have the money to fund it?  No problem.  Ask your future consumers for money.
Discussion: Kirk LaPointe's …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Another Key Hulu Executive Leaves  —  Hulu sales head JP Colaco, one of the video company's key remaining early hires, is leaving the company.  —  Andy Forssell, the website's acting CEO, announced the departure via a blog post yesterday, and said Colaco was leaving later this month to …
Discussion: Hulu Blog and Variety
Lucia Moses / Adweek:
National Journal Goes Responsive, Shuns App  —  Atlantic Media Co.'s National Journal is adopting a responsive design while moving away from apps, counter to the thinking of other publishers who believe there's a role for both to play in reaching mobile users.
Discussion: FishbowlDC and NationalJournal.com
Jim Romenesko:
Gawker Media hits 97.5M uniques in September  —  A memo to Gawker Media staffers: … For Gawker.com alone, “we booked 15,293,984 U.S. uniques in September, making it the best month in the history of Gawker, beating our No. 2 month of July '13, when we did 12.2 million,” editor John Cook tells his colleagues.
Discussion: Gawker and @nicknotned
Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke / The New York Observer:
Dan Nosowitz Leaving Popular Science For Ken Lerer's Animal-Themed Website  —  Popular Science associate editor Dan Nosowitz is going to The Dodo, the animal-themed startup website backed by BuzzFeed chairman and Huffington Post co-founder Ken Lerer.  —  The Dodo, which will be run along …
Dawn C. Chmielewski / Los Angeles Times:
Netflix stock hits all-time high on forecast of strong global growth  —  Netflix Inc. stock soared to record levels Tuesday, apparently propelled by a new analyst report predicting surprising growth in the streaming video service's international subscribers.
Discussion: TheStreet.com and NASDAQ.com
 
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Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Florida university disciplines student journalist who tried to report on suicide
Discussion: The Daily Pulp and @poynter
Mick Hume / Columbia Journalism Review:
Free speech threats in the US and UK
Joel Connelly / seattlepi.com:
Kathy Best is new editor of Seattle Times
Discussion: The Seattle Times and Poynter
Aarti Virani / India Real Time:
South Asia's Growing Impact on U.S. Films, TV
Discussion: @theaerogram
Greg Mitchell / The Nation:
Media Coverage of Shutdown Threat: A Journalistic ‘Disgrace’
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Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke / The New York Observer:
Sarah Bartlett Named New Dean of CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Alison Langley / Columbia Journalism Review:
Google France's $81 million media boost
Discussion: @jayrosen_nyu
Ben Sisario / New York Times:
Congressman Proposes New Rules for Music Royalties
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Dallas Morning News to drop paywall Oct. 1