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9:40 AM ET, December 2, 2013


 Top News: 
David Carr / New York Times:
Long on Cutting Edge of Print, New York Magazine Cuts Back  —  Since its founding in 1968, New York magazine has served as a prototype of literate, high-tempo publishing, using its weekly cadence and location in one of the world's cultural capitals to usher in a new, more intimate and frank approach to what a publication could be.
Glenn Greenwald / UT Documents:
Glenn Greenwald responds to accusations of profiteering, monopolization of Snowden documents  —  Questions/responses for journalists linking to the Pando post - and other matters  —  The other day I referred to those who “evince zero interest in the substance of the revelations about NSA …
David Weinberger / Joho the Blog:
High-contrast transparency - How Glenn Greenwald could look like a monopolist  —  Glenn Greenwald mounts a mighty and effective defense against the charge leveled by Mark Ames at that Greenwald and Laura Poitras are “monopolizing” and “privatizing” the 50,000-200,000 NSA documents entrusted to them by Edward Snowden.
Discussion: @zimbalist and @dangillmor
Farhad Manjoo / Wall Street Journal:
How a Gawker Editor Picks the ‘Viral’ Content Readers Can't Resist Sharing  —  Neetzan Zimmerman doesn't like to be called a machine.  That word implies something cold and inhuman about how he works, and Mr. Zimmerman believes that what makes him so good at his job is precisely the opposite sensibility …
Alastair Reid / launches as platform for data investigations  —  Journalism++, a network of data journalists and developers, has released an open source platform for managing large data sets and searching the connections between them. lets users input large data sets …
Discussion: @nicolaskb and @sol_anna
Roger Yu / USA Today:
‘Time’ magazine's a-changing, gets digital focus  —  Charles, Prince of Wales, graced Time magazine's cover this month, looking unabashedly autumnal and revealing his philanthropic pursuits as he nears his 65th birthday.  The rare interview from the grounds of his private residence was a reminder …
Discussion: Adweek, @raju, @cschweitz and @nytfridge
Olga Rudenko / KyivPost:
NY Times, AFP photographers among at least 30 journalists injured in clashes with police  —  When baton-wielding riot police outside the presidential offices began to charge, Denys Danko held up the only shield he knows — his journalist's identification card.  —  “I'm a reporter,” said the award-winning journalist from 1+1 channel.
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Carolyn Ryan Aims To ‘Unleash’ The New York Times Washington Bureau  —  NEW YORK — On the afternoon of Nov. 20, Carolyn Ryan stood in front of her future office in the Washington bureau of The New York Times and told staffers why the legacy of famed literary editor Maxwell Perkins …
Discussion: Media Nation
Jim Waterson / BuzzFeed:
Bloomberg's Robert Hutton excluded from a press conference with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang  —  British Journalist Excluded From Press Conference With Chinese Leader  —  Robert Hutton, Bloomberg's long-standing and respected UK political reporter, has been excluded from a press conference with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.
Discussion: New York Times
Robert D. McFadden / New York Times:
André Schiffrin, Publishing Force and a Founder of New Press, Is Dead at 78  —  André Schiffrin, a publishing force for 50 years, whose passion for editorial independence produced shelves of serious books, a titanic collision with a conglomerate that forced him out to stem losses …
Linda Shapley / Editor's Notes:
Q&A with Ricardo Baca, The Post's new marijuana editor  —  As noted last week, The Denver Post is appointing an editor to oversee our coverage of the recreational marijuana law taking effect in January.  Tuesday, we made the announcement on who would have that position: Ricardo Baca …
Margalit Fox / New York Times:
Peter Kaplan, Editor of New York Observer, Dies at 59  —  In his 15 years as editor, Mr. Kaplan was credited with making The New York Observer both pertinent and impertinent as it gleefully chronicled the every move and shake of the city's movers and shakers.  —  Arts in the Region  —  ARTS |
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Hamish McKenzie / PandoDaily:
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Discussion: @dangillmor and
Marc Graser / Variety:
Xbox One Is Still Stuck in Cable's Orbit
Sara Morrison / Poynter:
Guardian's record store lounge a prelude to launch of a U.S. culture section
Discussion: PSFK and CNET