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11:05 AM ET, October 17, 2013

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 Top News: 
Ryan Chittum / Columbia Journalism Review:
The extraordinary promise of the new Greenwald-Omidyar venture (UPDATED)  —  Adversarial muckrakers + civic-minded billionaire = a whole new world  —  Make no mistake, news that Glenn Greenwald is leaving The Guardian to start a new publication funded by eBay billionaire Pierre Omidyar is giant news …
Discussion: The Huffington Post
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Will Bunch / Philly.com:
Civic-minded billionaires like Omidyar and Bezos will save journalism, and that's not so bad  —  Like it or not, this is the future of American journalism  —  It I had a dime for every story that I've read over the last decade about how to save American journalism, I'd probably have as much money as this guy.
Discussion: @joseiswriting
Jay Rosen / Pressthink:
Why Pierre Omidyar decided to join forces with Glenn Greenwald for a new venture in news
Kristen Hare / Poynter:
Journalism festival canceled due to funding problems  —  When revenue shrank, the International Journalism Festival in Perugia, Italy, didn't cut staff or send people on furloughs or panic or make everyone start a blog.  —  It just got canceled.  —  The festival, which would have taken place …
Steve Keenan / World Travel Market:
Amazon pulls Bill Bryson interview ebook reprint over copyright claim  —  Blogger beware - the battle over Bill Bryson's words  —  In 1994, freelance travel writer Mike Gerrard interviewed illustrious author Bill Bryson for a magazine called Passport.  The article duly appeared.
Margaret Sullivan / The Public Editor's Journal:
Times Reporter Plans to Take Fight to the Supreme Court  —  For James Risen, an investigative reporter for The Times, the bad news just keeps on coming.  When I wrote about him in late July, a federal appeals panel had just ruled against him in a case related to a leak investigation.
AFP:
A year on, no news of US journalist captured in Syria  —  US journalist James Foley turns 40 this week but his family will not be able to celebrate with him.  Foley was kidnapped almost a year ago while covering Syria's civil war.  —  Foley, an experienced freelance reporter …
Rem Rieder / USA Today:
Philly newspaper stars in ugly melodrama  —  An editor's ouster stirs controversy in the City of Brotherly Love.  —  CONNECT  —  The messy soap opera playing out at The Philadelphia Inquirer reads like a Harvard Business School case study of how not to run a company.  —  Consider:
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Cameron's triple panics are responsible for the press regulation stalemate  —  The political attempt to appease regional publishers by tinkering with the cross-party royal charter on press regulation has failed to change their minds.  —  It looks as though the companies that own Britain's 1,200 regional …
Discussion: Guardian and Techdirt
Nathan Mattise / Ars Technica:
Hackers hit PR Newswire, data shows up alongside recently stolen Adobe code  —  Krebs on Security hints these aren't the only companies with hacked data on the servers.  —  Today, Krebs on Security reported that publicity service PR Newswire was hacked in March 2013.
Discussion: Krebs on Security and PR Newswire
Keith J. Kelly / New York Post:
New York magazine considers going biweekly  —  New York magazine, launched as a weekly magazine 45 years ago by Clay Felker, is mulling a move to a biweekly in 2014.  Anup Bagaria, CEO of parent company New York Media, confirmed to The Post that the move is being considered at the highest level …
Discussion: FishbowlNY and @jpodhoretz
Stuart Thomas / memeburn:
Paywalls, aggregation and the ‘third metric’: Memeburn interviews Arianna Huffington  —  If you know anything about online publishing, chances are you know about The Huffington Post.  The online news aggregator and blog, after all, overtook the New York Times in terms of unique visits …
Harriet Green / City A.M. Feed:
Sky Broadband customer numbers pass five million but profit drops  —  Sky has announced this morning that it has seen 50 per cent growth in new paid-for subscriptions, with 800,000 in the three months to 30 September.  Profit before tax for the period stood at £245m - down from £288 for 2012/13.
 
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