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12:35 PM ET, April 24, 2014

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Gautham Nagesh / Wall Street Journal:
FCC to propose letting broadband providers give some traffic preferential treatment  —  FCC to Propose New ‘Net Neutrality’ Rules  —  Proposal Would Allow Broadband Providers to Charge Content Companies for Consumer Access  —  WASHINGTON—The Federal Communications Commission plans …
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Tim Wu / The New Yorker Blog:
Barack Obama's Flip-Flop and the End of Net Neutrality  —  In 2007, at a public forum at Coe College, in Iowa, Presidential candidate Barack Obama was asked about net neutrality.  Specifically, “Would you make it a priority in your first year of office to reinstate net neutrality as the law of the land?
Sam Gustin / TIME:
Net Neutrality Advocates Angered by FCC's Planned New Rules
The New York Times Company:
NYT reports 2.6% increase in revenue, digital advertising revenue up 2.2% to $37.8M  —  The New York Times Company Reports 2014 First-Quarter Results  —  NEW YORK—(BUSINESS WIRE)— The New York Times Company (NYSE:NYT) announced today first-quarter 2014 diluted earnings per share …
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Michael Sebastian / AdAge:
New York Times Reports First Ad Revenue Increase In Three Years
Discussion: @jmcduling
Darrell Etherington / TechCrunch:
NYT Up To Nearly 800K Paid Digital Subscribers, Plans New Food And Opinion Apps
Ravi Somaiya / New York Times:
Felix Salmon to Take on Web-Based Role at Fusion  —  Felix Salmon, a prominent writer on finance and other topics who announced this week that he was leaving Reuters, will join the cable network Fusion on Monday in a web-based role that runs across multiple media.
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Jasper Jackson / TheMediaBriefing:   Felix Salmon's reasons for leaving Reuters and the limitations of page-based media
Felix Salmon / Medium:
Salmon: Fusion offers chance to experiment with digital storytelling wherever audience may be
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Alexander Howard / Tow Center for Digital Journalism:   Publishers Can Afford Data Journalism, Says ProPublica's Scott Klein
Peter Sterne / Capital New York:
Columbia student paper plans to drop daily print edition  —  The Columbia Daily Spectator, the student newspaper distributed daily at Columbia University and in surrounding Morningside Heights, plans to switch to a weekly edition starting in the fall, editor-in-chief Abby Abrams told staff earlier this evening.
Andy Mitchell / Facebook:
Facebook partners with Storyful to launch “FB Newswire,” a news feed for journalists on Facebook and Twitter  —  Announcing FB Newswire, Powered by Storyful  —  Every day, news is made on Facebook.  More than one billion people use our platform to discover, explore and participate in news-making events around the world.
Bloomberg:
Forbes Sale Said to Founder With Axel Springer Not Bidding  —  Forbes Media LLC's effort to find a buyer is running into trouble, with one potential bidder officially out of the running and two others no longer in active talks, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Daniel Denvir / Philadelphia City Paper:
What does the fight over Philly.com mean for the future of Philly journalism?  —  “Two writers say stuffed Bigfoot is legit” and “I've never had sex with my husband” are the sort of headlines on Philly.com that fill Philadelphia Inquirer reporters with dread and despair.
Discussion: @jasonnark and @jmikelyons
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Time Warner Cable Spent $62 Million in Q1 Prepping for Comcast Merger  —  Time Warner Cable incurred $62 million in costs for the first three months of 2014 to lay the groundwork for Comcast's $45 billion acquisition bid, which is pending regulatory approval.
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Soham Chatterjee / Reuters:
Time Warner Cable profit rises 19.5 pct
Neil Midgley / Forbes:
London Live's Disastrous TV Ratings: 2,400 Watch Breakfast Show In City Of 9million  —  Last month, I wrote for Forbes.com about the imminent arrival in London of a media first - a local TV channel devoted solely to the UK's capital city.  I'd already been behind the scenes at the channel …
Discussion: @adambienkov
Todd Spangler / Variety:
FremantleMedia Claims Rights to YouTube User-Uploaded Clips  —  FremantleMedia is turning thousands of fan-uploaded YouTube clips of “American Idol” — and dozens of other shows it produces — into cash.  —  In a partnership pairing two corporate cousins, TV production firm FremantleMedia …
Discussion: The Wrap, Globe and Mail and Tubefilter
Steve Dollar / Wall Street Journal:
Tribeca Film Festival Is Showing Online-Only Productions for First Time  —  Works Range From Documentaries to Comedies  —  Not every work spotlighted at the Tribeca Film Festival plays in a theater.  —  For the first time this year, the festival features online-only productions …
Hilary Lewis / Hollywood Reporter:
Fandango Buys Movieclips, Launches Twitter Ticketing  —  UPDATED: The movie-guide website, owned by NBCUniversal, is adding to its video content and launching a new way for people to buy tickets for titles like “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” and “Godzilla.”  —  Fandango has acquired film video …
Alexandra Steigrad / WWD:
Bloomberg hires former Vanity Fair digital editor, Chris Rovzar, to build luxury content  —  Bloomberg to Build Luxury Online  —  Bloomberg News is making a heavy push with its luxury coverage, and it's starting with digital.  —  According to an internal memo obtained by WWD, Chris Rovzar …
 
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National Union of Journalists:
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Tim Barribeau / PopPhoto.com:
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Rem Rieder / USA Today:
WaPo's Executive Editor Marty Baron and Publisher Katharine Weymouth talk about digital focus after Bezos purchase
Catherine Shu / TechCrunch:
Mobile Devices Can Dramatically Improve Literacy Rates In Developing Countries, Says UNESCO
Discussion: Forbes and The Verge
Todd Spangler / Variety:
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