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2:45 PM ET, April 26, 2014


 Top News: 
Josh Gerstein / Politico:
Justice Department urges Supreme Court to pass up James Risen's case on confidential sources  —  Justice Department urges SCOTUS to pass up reporter's privilege case  —  The Obama Administration is urging the Supreme Court not to take up New York Times reporter James Risen's plea …
Trevor Timm / Freedom of the Press Foundation:
State Dept Launches ‘Free the Press’ Campaign While DOJ Asks Supreme Court to Force Reporter James Risen Into Jail  —  The US State Department announced the launch of its third annual “Free the Press” campaign today, which will purportedly highlight “journalists or media outlets that are censored …
Brian Fung / Washington Post:
The FCC's new net neutrality rules will kill Aereo, even if the Supreme Court doesn't
Discussion: USA Today, hypebot and @jeffjohnroberts
Lucia Moses / Digiday:
Ladies' Home Journal tries to survive as a digital brand  —  Print is struggling.  That truth holds even more so if you're a women's service magazine, and still more if you serve the older end of the market and have relevancy issues.  And so it is that Meredith Corp. said today …
Capital New York:
The 60-second interview: Adrian Chen, freelance reporter and New Inquiry editor  —  CAPITAL: In November, after spending four years there and breaking some big stories, you left Gawker to be a freelancer.  Do you miss it?  And, do you expect Max Read to pick up where John Cook left off as editor-in-chief?
Dean Starkman / Columbia Journalism Review:
DOJ reopens review of deal between Digital First Media's Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News  —  A newspaper deal threatens Utah's main non-Mormon-owned daily, critics say  —  And the Justice Department is looking into it  —  A deal reached last fall between Salt Lake City's two main newspapers …
Discussion: The Newspaper Guild
Ken Doctor / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Newspapers still lag in digital advertising, highest growth areas remain mobile, video, search  —  The newsonomics of newspapers' slipping digital performance  —  As we approach the middle of the 2010s, where do newspapers fit in the battle for America's largest ad sector — digital?
Discussion: @niemanlab
Samantha Shankman / Skift:
The Boutique Publishers Crafting Content for Big Travel Brands  —  Fathom Away creates stylish city guides for Kate Spade.  / Kate Spade  —  Where do brands turn when they need creative custom content that speaks to a specific set of travelers?  —  The answer is often large creative agencies …
Ellen Cushing / San Francisco magazine:
Swisher: AllThingsD was profitable, but Re/code will probably lose money this year  —  Kara Swisher, outspoken tech journalist, has a lot on her mind.  —  Kara Swisher, outspoken tech journalist, has a lot on her mind. … San Francisco: You recently split from the Wall Street Journal-affiliated AllThingsD to start Re/code.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Judge orders Philadelphia Inquirer's ownership dissolved, sold by auction  —  Vice Chancellor Donald F. Parsons Friday ordered that Interstate General Media, the partnership that owns The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Philadelphia Daily News and, be dissolved and its properties be sold by an “English-style” auction.
Leslie Anne Jones / Aeon Magazine:
How censorship works in China's media  —  You know that censorship has won its war on truth-telling when journalists happily police themselves  —  I majored in journalism in California and interned at four daily newspapers in the US.  I had watched Shattered Glass (2003) …
Discussion: @jinscribe, @aeonmag and @trnels
Michael Shanahan / Columbia Journalism Review:
France 24's trusted volunteer corps  —  The station has a global network of unpaid, verified contributors that help find and factcheck stories  —  When a Tunisian street vendor set himself on fire in 2010, igniting the Arab Spring, France 24 interviewed a man named Slimane Rouissi, who lived in the vendor's town.
Discussion: Poynter
Coulson ‘received £600,000 pay-off’ on quitting NotW  —  Andy Coulson received a £600,000 leaving package when he resigned as editor of the News of the World over the phone hacking scandal in 2007, the Old Bailey heard today.  —  Coulson said the agreement he made was for two years' pay plus a month for every year served.
Discussion: Financial Times
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Brad Stone / Businessweek:
Amplify helps Twitter grab a piece of the multi-billion dollar TV ad market
Discussion: @caaagency
Peter Kafka / Re/code:
You Kids Are Still Watching — And Paying for — TV, Says Pay TV Giant
Discussion: @pkafka
Marlise Simons / New York Times:
Two Lebanese journalists charged over publication of classified information
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