Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
Washington Post, New York Times and Mozilla team up for new Web site comment system — In an unusual partnership, The Washington Post, the New York Times and software developer Mozilla will team up to create digital tools that will make it easier for readers to post comments and photos …
Discussion: New York Times, daniel sinker, Poynter, The Huffington Post, @ndiakopoulos, @jcstearns and @bydanielvictor
Leslie Kaufman / New York Times: Mozilla to Develop Comments Platform for New York Times and Washington Post
Sam Kirkland / Poynter: Can the NYT, WaPo and Mozilla create a system to quiet the trolls in your comments?
Catherine Taibi / The Huffington Post: The New York Times, Washington Post And Mozilla Are Working Together
Nick Diakopoulos / @ndiakopoulos: 3.89 million for comments - http://www.washingtonpost.com/ ... - wish there was some $ for research on this ... it's not just about dev.
Josh Stearns / @jcstearns: It is hard to overstate how important it is to see the biggest newsrooms collaborating to build something that serves the entire field.
Chris Ziegler / The Verge:
T-Mobile is setting a dangerous precedent for wireless net neutrality with its Music Freedom initiative — T-Mobile's ‘Music Freedom’ is a great feature — and a huge problem — It sounds great, but it's really, really, really bad — Net neutrality has seen headier days, and to be honest …
Discussion: Multichannel News, CNET, TechCrunch and Mashable
Jbaumgartner / Multichannel News: T-Mobile Exempts Music From Cellular Caps
Roger Cheng / CNET: T-Mobile unveils ‘UnRadio’ service, offers data-free music
Greg Kumparak / TechCrunch: T-Mobile Stops Counting Data Used With Spotify, Pandora, And Certain Other Music Services
Samantha Murphy Kelly / Mashable: T-Mobile and Rhapsody Launch Streaming-Music Service unRadio
Dawn Chmielewski / Re/code:
T-Mobile Offers Music Streaming Free of Data Charges
T-Mobile Offers Music Streaming Free of Data Charges
Discussion: AdAge, The Verge, @dangillmor, AppleInsider, App Advice, @inafried and MacRumors
Mark Bergen / AdAge: T-Mobile Lets Customers Test Drive iPhones, Launches Ad-Free Music Streaming Service
Dan Seifert / The Verge: T-Mobile's latest ‘Uncarrier’ feature: Rhapsody Unradio, an odd streaming music service
Dan Gillmor / @dangillmor: Mobile carriers are showing what Internet without net neutrality looks like: they pick winners, losers. http://recode.net/...
Aldrin Calimlim / App Advice: Rhapsody For iOS Updated With Shazam-Like TrackMatch, Live Radio And UnRadio
Ina Fried / @inafried: Some people expected a music service to be offered free of data charges today. Most thought it would be Amazon http://recode.net/...
Baljeet Singh / The Twitter Blog:
Twitter acquires SnappyTV, the service for clipping, editing, and sharing video clips from live broadcasts — SnappyTV is joining the flock — One of the best ways to follow events as they unfold is through real-time videos on Twitter. As we continue to invest in video …
Discussion: TechCrunch, AdExchanger, @richdemuro, The Next Web and Mashable
Darrell Etherington / TechCrunch: Twitter Acquires SnappyTV To Expand Offerings For Live Media Partners
Kelly Liyakasa / AdExchanger: Twitter Snaps Up SnappyTV In Bid For (More) Social TV
Rich DeMuro / @richdemuro: Brilliant! Twitter buys company that records TV shows online & lets you clip fav parts to share on Twitter http://blog.twitter.com/...
Paul Sawers / The Next Web: Twitter's evolution as a broadcasting platform continues as it acquires live-TV clipping service SnappyTV
Seth Fiegerman / Mashable: Twitter to Acquire Live Video Platform SnappyTV
Ken Doctor / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Print still matters, even if some would like to believe it shouldn't — I have to say, I find it funny to be called an apologist for the legacy news industry, as Clay Shirky suggested in an overnight post. — The newsonomics of the Orange County Register's (new, newer, newest) plan — January 23, 2014
Mike Masnick / Techdirt: Don't Weep For The Past; Plan For The Future
David Higgerson: Forget the recession - learning to love audience data is the thing which will define the regional media's future
Dan Reimold / College Media Matters: Media Guru: Print is Dying, Adults Must Stop Lying to Journalism Students About Its Potential
Kevin Roderick / LA Observed: Register stumbles lead to strong words between media thinkers
@bgrueskin: So, @kdoctor knows how to insert a shiv, as this response to @cshirky shows http://www.niemanlab.org/... http://twitter.com/...
Dan Kennedy / @dankennedy_nu: Thoughtful response by @kdoctor to @cshirky: http://www.niemanlab.org/... My take for @wgbhnews ICYMI: http://wgbhnews.org/...
Bill Adair / @billadairduke: In his reply to @cshirky , @kdoctor makes a pretty good case Shirky cherry-picked http://www.niemanlab.org/...
Jeff Jarvis / @jeffjarvis: tl;dr “Is not.” “Is too.” “Is not.” “Is too.” “Says who?” “Says me.” http://www.niemanlab.org/...
Adam Weinstein / @adamweinstein: Shirky misses the point. Students weren't asking him him how to save print; they were asking how to make print wages. http://www.shirky.com/...
Clay Shirky: Kushner's wrong; trying to save print journalism steals resources from planning for the future
Jeremy Littau / @jeremylittau: Shirky comes out swinging on Kushner experiment + print media nostalgists. Every journalism student should read this. http://www.shirky.com/...
Mike Shields / Wall Street Journal:
News startup PolicyMic rebrands as Mic to expand beyond politics, seeks advertisers to monetize — Web Startup PolicyMic Pushes Beyond Politics as it Courts First Advertisers — When the young entreprenuers Jake Horowitz and Chris Altchek started the site PolicyMic in 2011 …
Axel Springer Buys Stake in Privacy-Focused Search Website Qwant — Axel Springer SE, the German publisher leading a campaign to curb Google Inc.'s influence in Europe, acquired a 20 percent stake in Qwant, a Paris-based search engine that focuses on data privacy.
Darren Davidson / he Australian:
Mail Online's Martin Clarke in altercation with reporter over copyright — IT seems the heat of The Australian's coverage of the Mail Online's practice of lifting articles from other news sites has got its publisher and Australian editor-in-chief Martin Clarke more than a little bothered.
Discussion: Guardian, @paullewis, @johnrentoul, @murpharoo and @pkafka
John Rentoul / @johnrentoul: “Martin, why did you steal my iPad?” This report is a thing of beauty & a joy for ever http://www.theaustralian.com.au/ ...
Katharine Murphy / @murpharoo: Dignity. Always dignity http://www.theaustralian.com.au/ ...
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Vice Media: Time Warner deal will not be at expense of youth audience — Chief creative officer Eddy Moretti says company's prime concern is to ‘protect the brand’ — Vice Media's Eddy Moretti described the company as a ‘20-year startup’ that is nothing without its brand.
John McCarthy / The Drum: Vice's Eddy Moretti: Advertisers should capitalise now ‘in the neolithic era’ of online video streaming
Corey Kilgannon / New York Times:
An Unusual Media Start-Up: A Local Newspaper — Kevin Boyle has done two stints as editor of The Wave, a 120-year-old weekly newspaper in the Rockaways that has long been a source of local news in its seaside Queens neighborhood. — The first came in the late 1990s, and the second began after Hurricane Sandy.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
National Journal bets on longform content with magazine redesign — “Print is not for everything anymore,” Richard Just said in an interview with Poynter. Just is the editor of National Journal magazine, which relaunches with a new print design Thursday. — So what's print for?
Discussion: MediaWire Daily, FishbowlDC, The Daily Caller, Digiday and The Week
Nick Massella / FishbowlDC: First Look: National Journal Redesign, to Serve Chicken and Waffles on Capitol Hill
Betsy Rothstein / The Daily Caller: Mag To Lure Readers With Free Chicken And Waffles
Ricardo Bilton / Digiday:
Pinterest, a proven traffic driver, is now a customizable ad unit — Publishers looking beyond Facebook and Twitter for social media-driven audience growth are increasingly finding a compelling alternative in Pinterest. — The discovery platform has become traffic gold for any publisher …
Clifford Coonan / Hollywood Reporter:
China Unveils Tax Breaks, Funding to Boost Local Film Industry — The policy document from major ministries is aimed at making the film business in China more competitive. — The Chinese government has unveiled a major policy document from several ministries designed to boost the film industry …
Discussion: People's Daily Online and Reuters
Morgan Tait / New Zealand Herald:
New Zealand judge rules journalist's book on Kim Dotcom not “news activity,” puts sources at risk — Journalist's book on Kim Dotcom not ‘news activity’ — Books - Coatesville - Kim Dotcom - NZ Government - Personalities — A High Court judge has ruled that a book written …
Discussion: National Business Review, Stuff.co.nz, Associated Press, Lawfuel.co.nz and New Zealand News
Victoria Young / National Business Review: Court rules on evidence in Dotcom civil case
Australian / Associated Press: Dotcom book not a news activity: judge
Lawfueleditors / Lawfuel.co.nz: Throwing the Kim Dotcom Book . . .
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
NUJ's Newsquest members to strike over relocation, pay and job cuts — The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) has announced that its members will strike for one day, next Wednesday (25 June), at certain newspapers owned by Newsquest/Gannett. — The strike, which will hit titles …
Discussion: National Union of Journalists
Thomas Campbell / IP&TV News:
Canada updates copyright laws for digital age — As part of the Harper Government's efforts to modernise Canada's copyright laws for the modern digital age, the Copyright Modernization Act formalizes the voluntary Notice and Notice regime. This regime, already used by some Canadian Internet …
Discussion: Hollywood Reporter and Advanced Television
Etan Vlessing / Hollywood Reporter: Canada to Notify and Track Online Pirates to Protect Copyright Holders
Colin Mann / Advanced Television: Canada modernises copyright regime
Jennifer Saba / Reuters:
News Corp board votes to extend poison pill provision — (Reuters) - News Corp's board of directors voted to extend a poison pill provision it put in place to prevent hostile takeovers when the company controlled by Rupert Murdoch and his family split from its cable and entertainment properties last year.
Discussion: Wall Street Journal
Liam Andrew / Nieman Journalism Lab:
CTOs of Digg, Hearst, BuzzFeed, Salon, and more talk about how they plan for the future — How far ahead are media company CTOs planning? — The CTO of a digital media organization has to balance the everyday operations of a (semi-) functioning website with a holistic eye towards the future …
Amir Efrati / The Information:
AMC Networks to launch genre-based subscription video sites this summer — AMC Plans Novel Move into Online TV — AMC Networks, which has vaulted into the first tier of TV programmers in recent years with shows such as “Mad Men” and “Breaking Bad,” is preparing to break …
Chris Morran / Consumerist:
No, A Supreme Court Victory By Aereo Would Not Crush The NFL — The Supreme Court could issue a ruling in the dispute between the broadcast networks and startup streaming service Aereo as early as tomorrow (though it could also not come down for quite some time).
Discussion: Washington Post
Cecilia Kang / Washington Post: How the Supreme Court's ruling on Aereo could change how we watch football
Cliff Edwards / Bloomberg:
Dish Says It's Interested in NFL Sunday Ticket
Dish Says It's Interested in NFL Sunday Ticket
Discussion: Wall Street Journal and SeekingAlpha.com
Saeed Kamali Dehghan / Guardian:
Iranian film-maker jailed for five years for ‘collaborating with the BBC’ — Mahnaz Mohammadi, charged with collusion against Iran's national security, maintains innocence and fears sentence could be due to women's rights work — Prominent Iranian documentary film-maker …
Keith Perry / Telegraph:
After 25 years at the helm Jeremy Paxman presents his final Newsnight — Jeremy Paxman, in typical style, suggests Ed Miliband has about as much appeal ‘as a flatulent dog in a lift’ — The BBC's Jeremy Paxman presented his final edition of Newsnight, after 25 years fronting the programme during …
Discussion: Guardian, BelfastTelegraph.co.uk, Telegraph, Daily Mail, Daily Express, @zsstevens, mirror, The Independent, The Independent, The Drum, Telegraph, Guardian, BBC, BBC, Guardian and Guardian
Michael White / Guardian: Jeremy Paxman represents the best and worst of the media elite
Jasper Rees / Telegraph: Newsnight, review: Jeremy Paxman's farewell
Sarah Ann Harris / Daily Express: Jeremy Paxman's top 5 Newsnight interviews - as he leaves show on a tandem with Boris
Stewart Stevenson / @zsstevens: Jeremy Paxman: Labour leader Miliband has about as much appeal ‘as a flatulent dog in a lift’ | via @Telegraph http://www.telegraph.co.uk/...
Rob Leigh / mirror: Jeremy Paxman Newsnight
Christopher Hooton / The Independent: Jeremy Paxman's last Newsnight to see tandem bicycle ride with Boris Johnson
John Glenday / The Drum: Jon Snow serenades Jeremy Paxman as BBC veteran bows out
Anita Singh / Telegraph: Jeremy Paxman's final Newsnight: pedalling into the sunset with Boris Johnson
Mark Lawson / Guardian: Jeremy Paxman's final Newsnight - TV review
George Galloway / Guardian: Jeremy Paxman was always rude to me but then he was rude to everyone