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1:25 PM ET, October 23, 2013

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Erik Maza / WWD:
Condé Nast Discontinuing Internship Program  —  INTERNSHIPS ENDING: Condé Nast has decided to discontinue its internship program starting in 2014, WWD has learned.  The end of the program comes after the publisher was sued this summer by two former interns who claimed …
Jeanine Poggi / AdAge:
BBC Global News, Latest Twitter Partner, Starts Series of Original In-Tweet Video Reports  —  ‘#BBCTrending’ Will Give Viewers the Story on News and Memes Circulating on Social Media  —  BBC Global News has struck a deal to serve sponsored video clips inside paid tweets via Twitter's growing …
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
AP reporter's mistake: Did the punishment fit the crime?  —  Reporters, you may have noticed, make lots of mistakes.  But an error made by an Associated Press reporter in a 112-word story this month has proved particularly damaging — especially to the reporter and his editors …
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Ryan Lawler / TechCrunch:
Walmart's VUDU And Sony Pictures Introduce Online Extras For Digital Movies  —  Sony Pictures has teamed up with Walmart's Vudu to start offering additional content and features to viewers who buy movies through the streaming video service.  The partnership is designed not just to provide …
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Brent Lang / The Wrap:   Sony, Vudu to Let Customers Share Clips of Films They Buy on Facebook, Twitter
Columbia Journalism Review:
On the NSA, the media may tilt right  —  An inquiry finds a pro-surveillance bias in the language  —  Since June 6, the world has been roiled by an ongoing series of disclosures based on Edward Snowden's document leaks, with coverage led by the Guardian and the Washington Post …
Discussion: @froomkin
Terry Pristin / New York Times:
Struggling Newspapers Sell Off Old Headquarters  —  They were once major symbols of civic pride and influence, often situated in the heart of the city, and nearly equal in stature to nearby city halls, courthouses and other major public buildings.  —  But increasingly, many of the buildings …
Discussion: @lizrappaport and @palewire
Ben Quinn / Guardian:
Public show strong support for investigative journalism  —  Survey finds media industry more pessimistic about investigative reporting than their readers as editors debate its survival  —  Members of the British public are much more optimistic about the future of investigative journalism …
Mike Isaac / AllThingsD:
Facebook Reverses Stance — Again — On Violent Viral Video  —  Sometimes figuring out the fine line between free expression and overly objectionable content is harder than you'd think.  —  Just ask Facebook, which on Tuesday reversed a stance it took just 24 hours previously and removed …
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
‘New York Times’ closes R&D Ventures  —  The New York Times Company has shuttered R&D Ventures, a spinoff of its in-house technology think tank, the R&D Lab, Capital has learned.  —  R&D Ventures was conceived in early 2012 as a vehicle for commercializing innovations spawned by the R&D Lab …
Discussion: @margafret and @tcarmody
Digital TV Europe:
Optimal and Civolution launch TV ad synchronisation on Facebook  —  Advertisers can now implement second-screen advertising on Facebook that is synchronised with TV commercials thanks to technology provided by social advertising and analytics platform Optimal and content security and second-screen synchronisation specialist Civolution.
Alison Langley / Columbia Journalism Review:
New EU data regs may affect reporting  —  Journalists and publishers warn of a chilling effect  —  On Monday night, the civil liberties committee of the European Parliament passed one of the strongest data protection regulations in the world.  The intent of the law is to strengthen personal privacy in the digital age.
Peter Lauria / BuzzFeed:
The Netflix Conundrum  —  The company needs to spend money on content to continue growing its subscriber base.  But the cost of content is hurting its profit growth.  —  Orange Is the New Black promotional poster.  —  Netflix / Via facebook.com  —  In business, as the axiom goes, you have to spend money to make money.
Discussion: DealBook
Laura Hazard Owen / Gigaom:
YouTube now lets more creators charge for their videos  —  YouTube has expanded the pilot program, first launched in May, that lets select partners sell subscriptions to their channels.  It's now available to all channels that have over 10,000 subscribers and meet some other requirements.
Patrick Frater / Variety:
21st Century Fox Sells Phoenix Stake  —  Disposal completes Murdoch's broadcast retreat from China  —  MUMBAI - 21st Century Fox has sold its remaining stake in Chinese-language broadcaster Phoenix Satellite Television.  —  It announced that subsidiary Star Entertainment Holdings had sold …
 
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Sandra Ordonez / Idea Lab:
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Sean Hollister / The Verge:
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Philip Bump / The Atlantic Wire:
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Matt Hardigree / Jalopnik:
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Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
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Ryan Tate / Wired:
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