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11:15 AM ET, November 3, 2013


 Top News: 
Evie Nagy / Fast Company: teams up with NPR, Atlantic and NatGeo to turn RSS feeds into Google Glass Apps  —  WEAR YOUR NEWS: THIS PLATFORM TURNS ANY RSS FEED INTO A GOOGLE GLASS APP  —  As media companies race to adapt to their readers' increased reliance on smartphones and tablets …
Adi Robertson / The Verge:
Broken news: struggling to find facts in the Twitter maelstrom  —  LAX shooting shows that the rules of retraction on Twitter are still unwritten — especially for old media  —  As with Hurricane Sandy, the Boston Marathon bombings, and countless other major stories, news of today's shooting …
Two French journalists abducted, killed in northern Mali  —  (Reuters) - Two French radio journalists were killed by gunmen in northern Mali on Saturday shortly after being abducted in the town of Kidal, French and Malian officials said.  —  The French government confirmed that 58-year old Claude Verlon …
Dave Itzkoff / New York Times:
YouTube Music Awards Are Readied for Webcast  —  “Does there really need to be another awards show?”  Spike Jonze recently wondered aloud.  “If there's going to be one, why?”  —  This was a reasonable sentiment that Mr. Jonze, the veteran director of music videos and feature films …
David Grossman / The Verge:
YouTube Live: a disastrous spectacle Google would like you to forget  —  On the eve of its next attempt, has the company learned from its mistakes?  —  This Sunday, November 3rd, the world will experience the first annual YouTube Music Awards, hosted by Jason Schwartzman and streamed live from New York City.
Tim Peterson / AdAge:
YouTube to charge TV networks the same 45% of ad revenues it charges other content producers, ending favorable terms  —  YouTube to TV Networks: No More ‘Sweetheart’ Ad Deals for You!  —  Video Service Imposing 45% Ad Splits On All Partners, But Also Offering New Upside
John Paul Titlow / Co.Labs:
The future of storytelling is a combination of text, moving images and interactive elements—all powered by a JavaScript library called D3.  —  For newsrooms, creating interactive stories can be painful—but readers are coming to expect them more and more.  As easily as they can wow readers …
Concurring Opinions:
On the NSA and Media Bias: An Extended Analysis  —  By Albert Wong and Valerie Belair-Gagnon, Information Society Project at Yale Law School  —  In a recent article in the Columbia Journalism Review, we reported that major US newspapers exhibited a net pro-surveillance bias in their “post-Edward Snowden” coverage of the NSA.
Louise Watt / Associated Press:
Chinese journalist tries to crowdfund his career  —  BEIJING (AP) — From his temporary home on a friend's sofa, Yin Yusheng hopes to craft a new kind of journalism in China, where the industry is widely seen as state-controlled and corrupt.  He wants to make his readers the boss — and that includes paying his salary.
Devin Leonard / Businessweek:
BitTorrent's Music Industry Team-Up  —  When Moby was planning the September release of Innocents, his 11th studio album, he didn't want to simply put out another collection of danceable songs.  In an innovative maneuver, he open-sourced the drum tracks, guitar parts, and keyboard riffs …
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