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11:20 AM ET, July 3, 2014

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Michael Cieply / New York Times:
Weinstein Company Is Said to Consider Spinning Off TV Unit  —  LOS ANGELES — Just seven months after declaring an ambitious thrust into television, the Weinstein Company, best known for its Oscar-winning film operation, is exploring plans to spin off its TV division into a separate company …
Laura Kusisto / Wall Street Journal:
Vice moving to new HQ, adding 525 staff, may receive $6.5M tax credit  —  Vice Media Moving to New Williamsburg Headquarters  —  The online production company's move to a 60,000-square-foot former industrial building in Brooklyn will allow it to add 525 employees.
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
The Guardian appoints Alberto Nardelli as data editor  —  Tweetminster co-founder joins publisher to boost political data storytelling and election coverage  —  Alberto Nardelli has been appointed data editor of the Guardian.  —  Alberto Nardelli, the co-founder of Tweetminster, has been appointed as the Guardian's data editor.
Nathalie Tadena / Wall Street Journal:
Readers Recall Tablet Magazine Ads at Same Rate as Print Ads  —  A splashy ad in a magazine may catch a reader's eye as he or she is flipping through the pages, but would that ad grab someone's attention when it's displayed on a tablet? … With an ever-growing array of screens and formats to serve ads …
Discussion: Good E-Reader
Danny Sullivan / Marketing Land:
Thanks To “Right To Be Forgotten,” Google Now Censors The Press In The EU  —  The EU's Right To Be Forgotten removals have been happening for about a week on Google, and now news publications are discovering the fallout.  For some searches, you can't find their news stories relating to certain people.
Ron Nixon / New York Times:
Journalists at Odds With Union Over Role of Voice of America  —  WASHINGTON — Voice of America journalists who are fighting to maintain what they say is their editorial independence are now at odds not only with Congress, but also with their own union.  —  The union, the American Federation …
William Turvill / Press Gazette:
Yahoo to delete thousands of articles and axe hundreds of writers with closure of Contributor Network  —  Yahoo is closing its Contributor Network website, resulting in articles by hundreds of writers from over the last two-and-a-half years being deleted from the internet.
Discussion: @bskipper27
Stuart Dredge / Guardian:
YouTube, apps and Minecraft: digital kids and the future of childrens media  —  SuperAwesome boss Dylan Collins challenges entertainment companies and investors to adapt to change  —  Dylan Collins: ‘The reason Minecraft exploded was it allowed kids to create’
Sam Thielman / Adweek:
Univision streaming video stops being free on Friday, will require a cable subscription  —  Univision Streaming Video Stops Being Free on Friday Ratings set records, but digital will require a cable sub from now on By Sam Thielman  —  It's going to be harder to watch the World Cup on Univision at your desk come Friday.
Discussion: Lost Remote
Charlotte Higgins / Guardian:
The BBC: how the voice of an empire became part of an evolving world  —  In the sixth of our in-depth eight-part series on the past, present and future of the corporation, Charlotte Higgins looks at how it became a news outlet that was trusted internationally but now faces fundamental questions about its purpose
Discussion: Poynter and Guardian
Mathew Ingram / Gigaom:
If you love books then you should be rooting for Amazon, not Hachette or the Big Five  —  As Amazon continues to tighten the screws on book publishers like Hachette — by making its books difficult to find, impossible to pre-order, and so on — the conventional wisdom seems to be that the company …
Kaylene Hong / The Next Web:
Weibo takes a page out of Twitter's book with the beta launch of its TV ratings service  —  Weibo, the Chinese microblogging service commonly known as 'China's Twitter,' has followed in its counterpart's footsteps after it announced the beta launch of its TV ratings service.
Discussion: ecns
Reuters:
New swathe of online services disrupted in China; activists see HK protest link  —  (Reuters) - Access to online services such as messaging app Line and photo-sharing site Flickr was disrupted in China this week, a step anti-censorship groups said was carried out by the government …
 
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Alex Horton / Washingtonian:
War-Torn: CBS Reporter Cami McCormick's Latest Story About Combat and Its Aftermath is Her Own
Discussion: @alexhortontx and @ellenknickmeyer
Dominic Smith / Guardian:
Council spent £200,000 trying to unmask blogger
Amena Bakr / Reuters:
Defiant Al Jazeera faces conservative backlash after Arab Spring
Sam Kirkland / Poynter:
NewsWhip: Interaction with news content on Facebook up 23 percent in three months
Discussion: The Whip and PandoDaily
 Earlier Picks: 
Jon Healey / Los Angeles Times:
Radical.FM tries a freemium business model without the premium
Discussion: hypebot, Thanks:@ianchaffee
Juliette Garside / Guardian:
Study: 19% of top 100K most visited websites are blocked by Britain's adult content filters
Discussion: BGR and PandoDaily
Lucia Moses / Digiday:
Tech journo Steven Levy on his move to Medium
John Otis / Committee to Protect Journalists:
Ecuador newspaper shutters its presses, citing government pressure
Discussion: Poynter
Associated Press:
Newspapers: Disputed deal saving Salt Lake Tribune