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9:28 PM ET, October 18, 2013

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Raju Narisetti / Digiday:
To Save Journalism, News Needs to Buy Into Data  —  Smart news organizations will move from a “tracking” mentality that simply lists what audiences are doing to focus on what any such insight could mean for both journalism and the business of journalism.  Newsrooms need to embrace the kind of number-crunching more common to marketers.
Discussion: @owenthomas and @albertocairo
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Claire Atkinson / New York Post:
Disney once again considering sale of local TV stations  —  Walt Disney Co. is looking to hire an investment bank to explore a possible sale of its eight owned and operated television stations, a move that could reap billions, The Post has learned.  —  Disney's ABC-affiliated stations …
Discussion: Digits, Los Angeles Times and TVSpy
Hadas Gold / Politico:
Nate Silver previews site, hits POLITICO  —  Nate Silver, the statistician who recently joined ESPN from The New York Times, previewed his new website on Friday and dished out some criticisms of the current journalism environment, much of it directed at POLITICO.
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Lucia Moses / Adweek:
ASME Issues Editorial Guidelines for Native Ads  —  Native advertising is all the rage as online publishers try to get more creative to get marketers' dollars.  But in doing so, some are trying to masquerade native ads as content, even using editorial staff to write the copy.
Discussion: AdAge
Bloomberg:
News Corp. Executive Clayman Is Said to Leave for Diller's Vimeo  —  News Corp. (NWSA) executive Greg Clayman, once publisher of the company's defunct digital newspaper the Daily, has left for a position with the video startup Vimeo, according to executives with knowledge of the matter.
Travis Winkler / Thirty-Five Millimeter Bytes:
The Twitter TV Bet Limits Company Valuation  —  Since Twitter filed for its initial public offering, a day has not gone by without an article about the company.  Facebook vs. Twitter's battle for the second screen, NYSE vs. Nasdaq for the IPO (spoiler: NYSE wins), XYZ media company strategic …
Discussion: GigaOM and bookforum.com
Michael Sebastian / AdAge:
Associated Press Is the Latest News Organization to Try Sponsored Content  —  The Associated Press is planning to introduce sponsored articles into the stream of news stories on its mobile apps and hosted websites.  The rollout is expected in early 2014, with potential sponsorship deals …
Discussion: @mathewi and @bgrey, Thanks:@steverubel
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
BBC Worldwide to take on Netflix, Amazon and Hulu with new strategy  —  Commercial arm to fold plans for global iPlayer into BBC.com, roll out digital store and boost programming spend by £30m  —  BBC Worldwide chief Tim Davie has unveiled his vision for the future of the corporation's commercial arm …
Margaret Sullivan / The Public Editor's Journal:
The Times Is Working on Ways to Make Numbers-Based Stories Clearer for Readers  —  Many readers have written to me recently, given the federal budget crisis, to make a simple request: Please advocate for news stories that put large numbers in context.  If The Times does not do that, they say …
Discussion: @dleonhardt
Chi Chi Izundu / BBC:
Breaking Bad creator says online piracy ‘helped’ show  —  The creator of Breaking Bad says piracy “helped” the show to become popular and increase “brand awareness”.  —  Vince Gilligan said: “[It] led to a lot of people watching the series who otherwise would not have.
Guardian:
UK's top prosecutor defends journalists who break law in public interest  —  Keir Starmer says his guidelines are drafted to let journalists pursue difficult stories without fear of prosecution  —  Britain's most senior prosecutor has launched a robust defence of journalists who break …
Discussion: @arusbridger and @suigenerisjen
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Don't go looking for a print copy of the International New York Times in Bangalore  —  When The New York Times retired the International Herald Tribune name earlier this week, the paper launched itself on a grand world tour to mark the global reach of the International New York Times.
Discussion: Crikey, Poynter and @niemanlab
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
YouTube Becoming a Mobile First Company  —  Remember last year, when the YouTube app disappeared from iPhones, then returned, as part of YouTube's effort to overhaul all of its mobile apps?  —  Now we can see why YouTube placed such high importance on controlling its mobile experience …
Tim Sampson / Daily Dot:
Where does your Wikipedia donation go?  Outgoing chief warns of corruption  —  When Wikipedia decided to roll out an aggressive fundraising effort a few years ago, the free encyclopedia came with a remarkably effective battle plan.  For the entirety of the campaign, cofounder Jimmy Wales stared visitors …
Dylan Byers / Politico:
AP's Bob Lewis suspended after McAuliffe flub  —  Bob Lewis, the Associated Press political reporter who last week published an erroneous report about Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe, has been temporarily suspended, POLITICO has learned.  —  Lewis, a highly respected veteran …
Discussion: @wyethwire
Reuters:
Al Jazeera-AT&T lawsuit to stay under wraps during appeal  —  Oct 18 (Reuters) - A legal fight over AT&T Inc's refusal to carry the U.S. news channel of Qatar-based broadcaster Al Jazeera can remain under wraps for now, despite a ruling by a Delaware state judge earlier this week lifting the secrecy in the case.
 
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Todd Spangler / Variety:
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Emil Protalinski / The Next Web:
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Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
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Jim Romenesko:
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Laura Hazard Owen / GigaOM:
Aereo comes to Detroit on October 28. Can it really hit 22 cities by the end of 2013?
Lloyd Grove / The Daily Beast:
Pierre Omidyar, Investigative Journalism's New Patron Saint
Discussion: The Week UK and USA Today
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Margaret Davis / The Independent:
Sun journalist Nick Parker faces charges linked to theft of MP Siobhain McDonagh's phone
Discussion: Reuters, Associated Press, Guardian and BBC
Press Gazette:
ITV News head of production Cristina Nicolotti Squires named editor of 5 News
Discussion: Guardian
Josh Sternberg / Digiday:
Pragmatic Publishers Move Beyond the Great Paywall Debate
Stuart Dredge / Guardian:
Kim Dotcom's Mega ‘not being used for wide-scale copyright infringement’
Alastair Reid / Journalism.co.uk:
How entrepreneurial journalism is building a local voice in Egypt
Eric Newton / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Eric Newton: Students can pull journalism schools into the digital age