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7:15 PM ET, March 25, 2014

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James Fallows / The Atlantic Online:
Ben Richardson shares more details about why he resigned from Bloomberg over China coverage  —  Another Bloomberg Editor Explains Why He Has Resigned, Over Its China Coverage  —  Four months ago, the New York Times ran a big story contending that Bloomberg editors had quashed an investigative report …
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Dean Starkman / Columbia Journalism Review:
Bloomberg gets a taste of transparency
Discussion: The Independent and Poynter
Kurt Wagner / Mashable:
USC Is Offering a Google Glass Course for Journalism  —  OK, Glass, it's time to change journalism  —  That will be the collective mindset of students taking “Glass Journalism,” a new course slated for the fall semester at the University of Southern California, where students will be tasked …
Eriq Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:
Tarantino: Gawker Fabricated ‘News Story’ to Enable Script Theft  —  The director's lawyers compare the “Hateful Eight” leak post to a newspaper that reports on a film piracy ring by instructing how, where and when readers can buy their own pirated copies.  —  Quentin Tarantino
Discussion: The Wrap, Variety and @dangillmor
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
The Atlantic names Bob Cohn and James Bennet co-presidents  —  Leadership shuffle at Atlantic  —  Atlantic Media announced a string of leadership changes this morning, including two promotions at its flagship print and digital title, The Atlantic.  —  James Bennet and Bob Cohn …
Press Gazette:
‘Not a shred of evidence’ says Al Jazeera's Peter Greste as Egypt ‘terrorism’ trial adjourned again  —  Three Al-Jazeera journalists in Egypt will spend at least another week in prison awaiting trial on “unsubstantiated” charges of spreading disinformation and aiding terrorists.
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Daniel Hurst / Guardian:
Peter Greste trial: Tony Abbott must do more to secure release, says Labor
Discussion: @suigenerisjen
Mathew Ingram / Gigaom:
What the Oregonian's new web strategy gets right and what it gets wrong about online media  —  There's been much sound and fury in media circles about a leaked internal presentation from The Oregonian that lays out the newspaper's goals for its web content and sets performance measurements for reporters and editors.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
WSJ's Baker: ‘We generally avoid reporters breaking news on Twitter’  —  Wall Street Journal Managing Editor Gerard Baker spoke at City University, London, Monday, and Journal social media editor Sarah Marshall took notes.  Baker went through a list of things the Journal is doing that he thinks …
Discussion: @mathewi and @mlcalderone
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Risen: Obama administration is this generation's ‘greatest enemy of press freedom’  —  “It won't take me long to alienate everyone in the room,” Jeffrey Toobin told an audience in New York Friday.  “For better or worse, it has been clear there is no journalistic privilege under the First Amendment.”
Caroline O'Donovan / Nieman Journalism Lab:
E&E Publishing is spending a lot of money on reporting most people won't ever see  —  There's a private company based in Washington that employs around 75 journalists.  It has reporters in ten cities worldwide, including Houston, Dallas, L.A., San Francisco, Denver, St. Louis, Minneapolis, New York City, and Atlanta.
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
Turner Overhauls Ad Outreach, Names Speciale President, TV and Digital Sales  —  Time Warner's Turner unit is radically changing the structure of its ad-sales staff, resulting in the elevation of one of its top sales executives and the departure of another from the company.
Discussion: AdAge, Politico and @brianstelter
Cass R. Sunstein / Bloomberg View:
The Dark Side of New York Times v. Sullivan  —  Quiz question: What is the most important free speech ruling in the history of the U.S. Supreme Court?  —  The best answer may well be New York Times v. Sullivan, decided 50 years ago this month.  In that case, the court ruled, for the first time …
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
British journalist declared a ‘subversive’ faces deportation from Kenya  —  Lucy Hannan, a British journalist who has lived for more than 20 years in Kenya, has spent months fighting off a deportation order after the government declared her to be an illegal immigrant.
Discussion: allAfrica.com
Deron Lee / Columbia Journalism Review:
Fiber boost for local journalism?  —  Journalists should take up the fight for municipal-fiber networks in their communities, argues open-Internet advocate Susan Crawford  —  PRAIRIE VILLAGE, KS — This is a pivotal time for telecommunications policy.  The proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger gets …
 
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Joe Flint / Los Angeles Times:
Role of renaissance man fits new Disney/ABC TV chief Ben Sherwood
Laura Hazard Owen / Gigaom:
Check your Kindle account for your credit from the Apple ebook settlement
Discussion: New York Times, @sarahw and GalleyCat
Alexandra Steigrad / WWD:
Newsweek Seeking President of Publishing
Discussion: FishbowlNY
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Paul Carr / PandoDaily:
First Look publishes new editorial independence statement after Pando reveals Omidyar White House ties
Discussion: Capital New York and @mathewi
Ben Thompson / stratechery:
Advertising will no longer sustain journalism, but new business models are possible
Andrew Wallenstein / Variety:
Why Disney Is Taking the Huge Risk of Buying Maker Studios