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4:45 PM ET, November 15, 2013

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Bloomberg:
Forbes Media Is Working With Bankers to Sell Company  —  Forbes, Deutsche Bank Explore Options on Magazine  —  Forbes Media LLC, the closely held publisher founded by the family of former U.S presidential candidate Steve Forbes, is exploring a sale after getting interest from potential buyers.
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Felix Salmon:
The financial-media rollup strategy  —  Financial news is a classic ripe-for-disruption industry.  It generally makes its money by selling expensive subscriptions to the price-insensitive, but that model won't last forever: it's never been harder to find anybody under the age of 40 who pays for such things.
Discussion: @mathewi, @moorehn and Talking Biz News
Matthew Lynch / Capital New York:
Forbes staff receives memo confirming company is ‘[testing] the waters regarding a sale’  —  Confirming an alert from Bloomberg News, Forbes Media President and CEO Mike Perlis just sent a memo to staff that says the company is looking at offers.  —  We'll have more soon: on Twitter …
Discussion: Media Money … and Poynter
Brian Abelson:
The Relationship Between Promotion and Performance: Pageviews Above Replacement  —  This is the second in a series of two posts about pageviews.  This post details some research I've conducted on the promotional correlates of the metric, while the previous post discussed the sometimes apocalyptic tone …
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Felix Salmon:
How the NYT neglects business journalism  —  Brian Abelson has a fantastic post about the performance of NYT articles.  The main gist is that it's possible to predict with surprising accuracy how many pageviews any given NYT article is going to receive, given just a few variables like the amount …
Ed Pilkington / Guardian:
Jailed Anonymous hacker Jeremy Hammond: ‘My days of hacking are done’  —  Hammond calls his 10-year sentence a ‘vengeful, spiteful act’ by US authorities eager to put a chill on political hacking  —  Jeremy Hammond, the Anonymous hacktivist who released millions of emails relating …
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RT:
Stratfor hacker Jeremy Hammond sentenced to ten years in jail
Cynthia Littleton / Variety:
‘The Simpsons’ Lands $750 Mil Cable, VOD Syndication Pact with FXX  —  Deal for 530-plus episodes of enduring Fox toon marks largest off-network sale ever  —  Homer and Co. are in rolling in dough: Fox's Twentieth Century Fox TV and Twentieth TV have set a massive first-ever cable syndication …
Olivier Laurent / British Journal of Photography:
French newspaper removes all images in support of photographers  —  To coincide with Paris Photo's opening, French newspaper Libération has chosen to remove all images from its 14 November issue in a bid to show the power and importance of photography at a time when the industry …
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Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
New press regulator just like the old, says Media Standards Trust
Discussion: Press Gazette and @hackedoffhugh
Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson / Financial Times:
Lunch with the FT: Henry Blodget  —  A decade after being banned from Wall Street, the former internet analyst now runs a business website.  He talks about redemption, regrets and market madness  —  ©James Ferguson  —  According to family legend, Henry Blodget's great-grandfather …
Discussion: PandoDaily and @hblodget
Dylan Byers / Politico:
Trouble with ‘60 Minutes’ Benghazi ‘review’  —  POLITICO has learned that Al Ortiz, an executive producer for special events at CBS News, is conducting the “journalistic review” into the controversial “60 Minutes” report on Benghazi — a fact that spokespeople at both CBS and “60 Minutes” declined to disclose.
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Rem Rieder / USA Today:
Rieder: Why CBS must come clean about Benghazi report
Discussion: The Daily Beast and The Nation
John Herrman / BuzzFeed:
Memo: It Took Three Weeks For The Washington Post's Viral Site To Become Its Biggest Blog  —  The Post 's Upworthy-inspired viral site, KnowMore , is already among its most popular web properties.  Once again: Do not underestimate the power of the curiosity gap.
Discussion: Daily Dot, The Switch and @markarms
Natasha Vargas-Cooper / BuzzFeed:
David Miranda Is Nobody's Errand Boy  —  When Glenn Greenwald's 28-year-old Brazilian partner was detained in London this summer while transporting documents related to the bombshell Edward Snowden story, many assumed he was unfairly roped into a situation he didn't understand.
Josh Sternberg / Digiday:
Kevin Delaney Tinkers With Media at Quartz  —  This is the second installment in a series that will profile four young executives rethinking the publishing business.  This series is sponsored by Sonobi, the first and only digital advertising platform created by digital publishers for publishers.
Michael Rondon / Folio:
The Atlantic, Reddit Partner on AMA Series  —  Creators hope experimental video series is a way to drive engagement.  —  The Atlantic has been gradually expanding its use of video over the last two years, relying mostly on curation, but is delving into original content more aggressively of late.
Hamish McKenzie / PandoDaily:
Harper's Magazine launches iOS app, holds tight to paid strategy  —  Harper's Magazine, a literary publication so old-school that it offers links to microfiche for stories it publishes online, is today launching an iOS app edition of its monthly magazine.  —  The app retains the look and feel …
Discussion: Gigaom and @ftrain
Alexander Howard / Tow Center for Digital Journalism:
On the Ethics of Data-Driven Journalism: of fact, friction and public records in a more transparent age  —  While ethics in journalism have been defined and upheld for decades, the context they're practiced within has shifted with changes in technology and society.
Corey Hutchins / Columbia Journalism Review:
Election reporting lessons from @redistrict, a Twitter-savvy analyst at Cook Political Report  —  How @Redistrict helped get Virginia's votes counted  —  CHARLESTON, SC — A week and a half after Election Day, the outcome of Virginia's race for attorney general remains not quite settled …
Lisa Richwine / Reuters:
Exclusive - Comcast to sell movies for download, streaming: sources  —  (Reuters) - Comcast Corp plans to start selling movies for download and streaming through the cable operator's set-top boxes and its Xfinity TV website, according to people with knowledge of the plan.
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Jason Clampet / Skift:
Pinterest Will Launch a Travel Channel to Push Users from Inspiration to Booking
Discussion: @barryschnitt and WebProNews
Liz Hoffman / Wall Street Journal:
Details Emerge on Dispute Between Dish Network CEO, Directors
Clifford Coonan / Hollywood Reporter:
China's Youku Tudou Trims Losses In Third Quarter
Discussion: PR Newswire and Variety
Press Association:
Sun journalist denies dishonestly receiving MP's phone
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
This is not your father's ‘Wall Street Journal’
Discussion: @zseward
 Earlier Picks: 
Alastair Campbell / Guardian:
How journalism can rebuild its reputation
Ken Doctor / Newsonomics:
The Newsonomics of the Surprisingly Persistent Appeal of Newsprint
Alastair Reid / Journalism.co.uk:
A look inside the Wall Street Journal's video app toolbox
Discussion: @taos
D.B. Hebbard / Talking New Media:
Responding to reader requests, more publishers add iPhone support to their Newsstand apps
Corynne McSherry / Electronic Frontier Foundation:
Court Upholds Legality of Google Books: Tremendous Victory for Fair Use and the Public Interest