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12:45 AM ET, April 23, 2014

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Jeff Bercovici / Forbes:
The Right (And Wrong) Way To Think About How Aereo Works  —  Aereo, a service that lets users record broadcast TV shows over the internet and stream the recording to their mobile devices, is fighting for its life before the Supreme Court this week.  (My colleague J.J. Colao is there following the case.)
Discussion: New York Magazine and @mathewi
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Brian Stelter / CNNMoney.com:
Supreme Court quizzes Aereo: Do TV streams break the law?  —  In high-stakes arguments on Tuesday, the Supreme Court's justices challenged an attorney for Aereo to explain why the startup isn't violating copyright law by providing streams of local television stations to paying subscribers without a license.
Tim Molloy / The Wrap:
Supreme Court Judges Worry About Scope of Aereo Decision, Say It Could Affect Cloud Computing
Al Jazeera English:
Al Jazeera journalists' trial adjourned again  —  Correspondent Peter Greste, and producers Mohammed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed have already spent 115 days in Egyptian jail.  —  The trial in Egypt of three Al Jazeera English journalists, accused of spreading news and belonging …
Discussion: CNN, Guardian and ABC
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Katherine Fung / The Huffington Post:
Journalists Kicked Out Of Al Jazeera Trial In Egypt
Brian Ries / Mashable:
American Journalist With Vice News Captured in Eastern Ukraine  —  Vice journalist Simon Ostrovsky has been taken by militia in Eastern Ukraine, Mashable has learned.  —  The reporter for Vice News, who has been filing a series of compelling video dispatches from Ukraine since early March …
Bloomberg:
Dish plans late-summer debut for internet TV package at $20-$30/month aimed at 18-34 age group  —  Dish Said to Target Summer Debut for Internet-TV Service  —  Dish Network Corp. (DISH) is targeting a summer debut for its Internet-TV service in the U.S., according to people familiar with the matter.
Discussion: SlashGear and Engadget
Shalini Ramachandran / Wall Street Journal:
Comcast Close to Subscriber Deal With Charter Communications  —  First-Quarter Profit Up 30%, Helped by Olympics  —  Comcast Corp. plans to sell nearly four million subscribers in a two-staged deal with Charter Communications Inc., in what would represent a consolation prize for Charter's eight month pursuit of Time Warner Cable.
Discussion: multichannel.com, @jbflint and @mvpeers
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Craig Silverman / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Why Vox (and other news orgs) could use a librarian  —  The facts of the present won't sit still for a portrait.  They are constantly vibrating, full of clutter and confusion.  —William Macneile Dixon  —  Every 45 years, roughly half of the medical knowledge about cirrhosis and hepatitis is disproven or becomes out of date.
David Lieberman / Deadline.com:
Time Inc Board To Include Howard Stringer, Kay Koplovitz And Other Media Vets  —  Corporate governance watchdogs probably won't like the fact that CEO Joseph Ripp will also be chairman of the 10-member board after Time Warner spins off its publishing unit.  After all, the directors are supposed to hold the CEO accountable.
Discussion: WWD, New York Post and Time Warner Inc.
Greg Kumparak / TechCrunch:
YouTube channel comes to Roku models launched after July 2011 for US, UK, Canada, Ireland  —  Roku FINALLY Releases A YouTube Channel For Most Of Its Streaming Boxes  —  After what has been seriously way too long, Roku has just launched an official YouTube channel for most of its lil' streaming boxes.
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Study: no consistent method of labeling or crediting user generated content used in TV news  —  How is user-generated content used in TV news?  —  The Tow Center at the Columbia Journalism School is out with Act 1 of a new report that examines the ways TV news organizations and online media companies employ user-generated content.
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Lauren Zalaznick Joins Shazam Board  —  Lauren Zalaznick, a former top cable exec at NBCUniversal, has joined the board of Shazam Entertainment, maker of apps that lets consumers identify music, TV shows and ads with a mobile device.  —  In September 2013, Zalaznick left NBCU after 12 years …
Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Creating a new brand for financial news, in Michigan of all places  —  SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — Carl Icahn is not pleased.  On this Monday morning in early March the activist investor is taking to CNBC to respond to eBay after it rejected his bid to remove some members of its board.
Discussion: @niemanlab
 
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Alex Kantrowitz / AdAge:
Xaxis' Sync aims to align ads on TV with ones on your phone during commercial breaks
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Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
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