Chet Kanojia / Aereo:
Aereo chooses to “pause its operations temporarily” following Supreme Court decision — A Letter to Our Consumers: Standing Together for Innovation, Progress and Technology - An Update on Aereo — “The world hates change, yet it is the only thing that has brought progress.”
Discussion: Softpedia News, VentureBeat, Forbes, Capital New York, @aereo, VatorNews, Los Angeles Times, BetaBoston, Guardian, Gigaom, Gizmodo, Variety, Engadget, Re/code, WGBH News, Business Insider, New York Magazine, The Next Web and Glass
Gabriela Vatu / Softpedia News: Aereo Stops Working
Eric Blattberg / VentureBeat: Aereo terminates service following Supreme Court ruling
Chet Kanojia / Forbes: Aereo Says It's Hitting Pause, But Not Going Away
Alex Weprin / Capital New York: After Supreme Court ruling, Aereo hits ‘pause’
@aereo: We have decided to pause our operations temporarily as we consult with the court and map out our next steps. http://blog.aereo.com/...
Steven Loeb / VatorNews: Aereo temporarily ceases operations after SCOTUS ruling
Michael Morisy / BetaBoston: Aereo shutting down its services before noon today
Martin Pengelly / Guardian: Aereo announces ‘pause’ in operations after supreme court rules it illegal
Jeff John Roberts / Gigaom: Aereo suspends service, promises refunds to subscribers
Robert Sorokanich / Gizmodo: Aereo Will Shut Down Service at 11:30 AM EST Today
Eyder Peralta / WGBH News: Following High Court Decision, Aereo Suspends Operations
Jillian D'Onfro / Business Insider: Aereo Is Officially ‘Pausing’ Its Service Today After This Week's Disastrous Supreme Court Ruling
E. Alex Jung / New York Magazine: Aereo Stopped Working This Morning
Jon Russell / The Next Web: Aereo suspends its TV streaming service indefinitely, following Supreme Court ruling
Emily Steel / New York Times:
After Supreme Court Ruling, Aereo's Rivals in TV Streaming Seize Opening — Mark Ely saw an opportunity, and he took it. — The day after the Supreme Court ruled against Aereo in a copyright case brought by the nation's major broadcasters, Mr. Ely was trying to scoop up Aereo customers …
Discussion: Talking Biz News and Wall Street Journal
George Stahl / Wall Street Journal: Aereo to Suspend Operations, Rethink Strategy
David Carr / New York Times:
For Email Newsletters, a Death Greatly Exaggerated — Here at the Media Equation, we pride ourselves on keeping our readers abreast of the newest technologies and approaches in reaching audiences. So it gives us great pleasure to reveal a radical publishing technology that is catching on in news media companies big and small.
Discussion: @benchestnut, @davidc7, @msquinn, @ennisnyt, @amy_pfister, @rafat, @raju and @danshanoff
Ben Chestnut / @benchestnut: I'm gonna just take this as a compliment from the NYT: http://www.nytimes.com/... See also: http://isemaildead.com/
David Campbell / @davidc7: “Email...it's the cockroach of the Internet.” http://www.nytimes.com/... (via @raju)
Megan Quinn / @msquinn: “For Email, a Death Greatly Exaggerated” - the all-too-retro email newsletter is alive and well http://www.nytimes.com/...
Connor Ennis / @ennisnyt: When @carr2n wants to know what's going on, he (gasp!) checks his email http://www.nytimes.com/...
Amy Pfister / @amy_pfister: Email's resurgence (but did it ever really go away?). But @carr2n left off @MediaBistro & @Lefsetz, both which I love http://www.nytimes.com/...
Rafat Ali / @rafat: For Email Newsletters, a Death Greatly Exaggerated http://www.nytimes.com/... << totally, email is the center of our business.
Raju Narisetti / @raju: Digital news startups discover what mainstream media has known for a while: email works well http://www.nytimes.com/... @carr2n in @nytimes
Dan Shanoff / @danshanoff: As a huge fan (and consumer) of email newsletters, loved seeing like-minded @carr2n capture the appeal: http://www.nytimes.com/...
Joanne McNeil / Medium:
Some use TinyLetter's email newsletters to replace blogs, and lose discussion in the process — Tiny Letters to the Web We Miss — Something is missing from this blogger reunion in our inbox — It has been more than a decade since I last saw a web ring.
Discussion: @ftrain, @mailchimp, @pud, @tealtan, @mattdpearce, @ftrain, @lauraolin, @robinsloan and @aarron
Paul Ford / @ftrain: “I didn't worry about getting rape threats in the comments either.” https://medium.com/...
@mailchimp: “TinyLetter isn't driving the content as much as it is driving the newsletter trend.” http://medium.com/...
Allen Tan / @tealtan: “I knew what a blog was in 2002, I knew what it was in 2008...Now, I have no idea what the word means any more.” http://medium.com/...
Matt Pearce / @mattdpearce: Ah! Someone finally wrote about why everybody's writing newsletters. http://medium.com/...
Laura Olin / @lauraolin: The DC Metro Blog Map = dying of nostalgia http://medium.com/... http://twitter.com/...
Robin Sloan / @robinsloan: This smartly-observed piece from @jomc http://medium.com/... doubles as a list of excellent (new) newsletters!
Margaret Sullivan / New York Times:
NYT Iraq coverage doesn't represent enough anti-intervention voices, relies too heavily on unnamed government sources — Covering New War, in Shadow of Old One — THE lead-up to the war in Iraq in 2003 was not The Times's finest hour. Some of the news reporting was flawed …
Discussion: @davidfolkenflik, @stephenrodrick, @mlcalderone, Pressing Issues, @antderosa, @cobrapost, @sulliview, @jayrosen_nyu and The Huffington Post
David Folkenflik / @davidfolkenflik: Not just TV... MT @Sulliview: My take on complaints recent Iraq coverage & op-eds feature too many neocons and hawks. http://www.nytimes.com/...
Stephen Rodrick / @stephenrodrick: The correction on the NYT public editor's column on the paper being too pro-hawk is a doozy! http://www.nytimes.com/...
Michael Calderone / @mlcalderone: NYT once again amplifying voices of neocons and interventionists on Iraq: http://www.nytimes.com/...
Greg Mitchell / Pressing Issues: ‘Times’ Not Changing, Still Loves the Hawks?
Anthony De Rosa / @antderosa: The @NYTimes picks up where they left off with discredited 2003 #Iraq coverage http://www.nytimes.com/...
@cobrapost: NYT Iraq coverage doesn't represent enough anti-intervention voices, relies too heavily on unnamed government sources http://www.nytimes.com/...
Margaret Sullivan / @sulliview: Many NYT readers think recent Iraq coverage (and opinion articles) feature too many neocons and hawks. My read on it: http://www.nytimes.com/...
Jay Rosen / @jayrosen_nyu: Public editor asks if the Times is amplifying too much the voices of those who misled us about Iraq. Yes, she says. http://www.nytimes.com/...
Catherine Taibi / The Huffington Post: New York Times Public Editor Criticizes Paper's Iraq Coverage
Coulson, Thurlbeck, Miskiw and Weatherup ‘utterly corrupted’ News of the World, prosecutor tells Old Bailey — Four senior staff at the News of the World “utterly corrupted” the newspaper at the highest level, the Old Bailey was told today. — Andy Coulson is currently being sentenced …
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian: Andy Coulson turned News of the World into a criminal enterprise
Adam Sherwin / The Independent:
UK cinemas ban Google glasses over piracy risk — If you've just acquired a Google Glass headset for £1,000, don't show it off at the movies. UK cinemas are to ban the headsets over fears that the gadgets can be used to make pirate copies of Hollywood blockbusters.
Discussion: VentureBeat, @nycjim and TorrentFreak
Harrison Weber / VentureBeat: U.K. cinemas ban Google Glass days after launch, because piracy
Jim Roberts / @nycjim: UK cinemas banning Google Glass over concerns about pirated copies of movies. http://www.independent.co.uk/ ... http://twitter.com/...
Todd Spangler / Variety:
CBS Summer of SVOD: Inside Amazon Deal for ‘Under the Dome,’ ‘Extant’ — Amazon paying nearly $900K per episode for streaming rights to the Eye's serialized dramas, according to source — CBS is gearing up for another summer run with Amazon.com to deliver catch-up viewing on episodes of …
Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Missed a World Cup gooooooooooaaaaalll? A new Twitter bot will catch you up — It's the golden age of sports Twitter bots. — The New York Times now second-guesses NFL coaches' play calls in real time with @NYT4thDownBot. If you're flipping between NCAA tournament games, @NailbiterBot will let you know when a game gets tight.
Discussion: @xdamman and The Next Web
Devjyot Ghoshal / The Atlantic Online:
NYC's immigrant presses see substantial revenue from ads and strong subscriptions — Newspapers That Aren't Dying — There is no “digital first” strategy at 169-20 Hillside Avenue, a nondescript shop offering photo services, money transfers and video rentals in Jamaica, Queens.
Discussion: @theatlantic, @adamanyc, Personanondata, Capital New York and The Newspaper Guild
The Atlantic / @theatlantic: Where print isn't dying: In New York City, community and ethnic newspapers are thriving http://www.theatlantic.com/...
Adam Aston / @adamanyc: Newspapers That Aren't Dying NYC's other media industry: immigrant presses, where advertising & readers are ample http://www.theatlantic.com/...
Personanondata: MediaWeek (V8, N26) Dangerous Literature, Newspapers, Ranking Publishers, MOOC Feedback + More
Benny Evangelista / San Francisco Chronicle:
GoPro, after robust IPO, seeks to become media distributor — GoPro, the camera maker whose customers have leaped from the edge of space, made a successful first-day jump Thursday into the world of publicly traded companies. But even though stock in the San Mateo company soared …
Tanya Agrawal / Reuters: Action camera-maker GoPro makes picture-perfect debut
Brian Solomon / Forbes: Party On! GoPro Resumes Torrid Climb On Day 2 After IPO
Issie Lapowsky / Wired: Why GoPro's Success Isn't Really About the Cameras
Jefferson Graham / USA Today: As GoPro goes public, what does the future hold?
Catalina Albeanu / Journalism.co.uk:
Vice News tells personal stories of journalists through illustrated series — Illustrated documentary series Correspondent Confidential shows the private stories of international journalists that are often left out in conventional reporting. — Illustrations tell the private stories of international journalists