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11:30 AM ET, July 10, 2014

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Pew Research Journalism Project:
America's Shifting Statehouse Press  —  Can New Players Compensate for Lost Legacy Reporters?  —  Within America's 50 state capitol buildings, 1,592 journalists inform the public about the actions and issues of state government, according to new data from the Pew Research Center.
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Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Digital Outlets Help Fill Statehouse Ranks As Newspapers Retrench  —  NEW YORK — The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit news outlet launched in 2009, now boasts the largest statehouse bureau in the Lone Star State at 15 full-time staffers.  —  Capital New York, a four-year-old site that expanded …
Discussion: @pewresearch
Robert Channick / Chicago Tribune:
Tribune Publishing says it can carry more debt after spinoff … Tribune Publishing may have the flexibility to carry more than $350 million in debt after its planned spinoff from Tribune Co., which sources say is expected to happen in early August.  —  In an amendment filed with the Securities …
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Ryan Lawler / TechCrunch:
Tribune Digital Ventures Acquires Indian Electronic Program Guide Provider What's On  —  Tribune Digital Ventures has acquired electronic program guide provider What's On to help it expand in developing markets like India and the Middle East.  The $27 million acquisition will also help Tribune bring …
Eriq Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:
Aereo Lays Out New Survival Strategy in Letter to Judge  —  The company attempts to pay statutory license fees as a cable operator.  The broadcasters respond that the new defense to copyright infringement is “astonishing.”  —  The Supreme Court has handed down its big decision on the legality of Aereo …
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Jason Abbruzzese / Mashable:
Life After Aereo: TV Startups Continue With Little Worry
Discussion: FishbowlNY and SocialTimes
Ian Burrell / The Independent:
BBC could start making shows for foreign and UK broadcast rivals as part of Director-General's ‘competitive revolution’  —  The BBC could start creating shows for foreign and UK broadcast rivals in a radical and money-driven transformation that will be outlined today by its Director-General Tony Hall.
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Tony Hall / Guardian:   Tony Halls BBC compete or compare speech - full text
Alberto Cairo / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Data journalism needs to up its own standards  —  Did you know that wearing a helmet when riding a bike may be bad for you?  Or that it's possible to infer the rise of kidnappings in Nigeria from news reports?  Or that we can predict the year when a majority of Americans will reject the death penalty (hint: 2044)?
Kiki Zhao / New York Times:
Chinese Journalists Warned Not to Work With Foreign Media  —  The Chinese government, which already maintains tight restrictions on the country's media, has issued new warnings to local journalists not to cooperate with foreign news agencies.  —  The State Administration of Press, Publication …
Damien McElroy / Telegraph:
BBC takes on Thailand dictatorship with a ‘pop-up’ Thai service  —  Exclusive: After years of criticism over the retreat from foreign language services, the BBC World Service is to tackle the censorship regime imposed by the Thai military with a news service distributed on social media
Marie Gilot / Knight Foundation:
Knight Foundation grants three public media outlets $750,000 to explore post-broadcast future  —  What does a post-broadcast world mean for public media?  —  Above: Channel X, a project of Public Media Company, will be funded by Knight.  —  The era of the couch potato is fading fast.
Jim Dwyer / New York Times:
For Those in the Digital Dark, Enlightenment Is Borrowed From the Library  —  Joey Cabrera stands for part of most evenings on the doorstep of the Clason's Point Library, near 172nd Street and Morrison Avenue in the Bronx.  —  There, he taps into the Wi-Fi that seeps out of the library after it closes.
Discussion: @mnylc and @shanakimball
Fred Barbash / Washington Post:
Scholarly journal retracts 60 articles, smashes ‘peer review ring’  —  Every now and then a scholarly journal retracts an article because of errors or outright fraud.  In academic circles, and sometimes beyond, each retraction is a big deal.  —  Now comes word of a journal retracting 60 articles at once.
BBC:
Government adverts shown before extremist online videos  —  Adverts by charities and governmental organisations are appearing online, prior to extremist videos, as Laura Kuenssberg reports  —  A government organisation temporarily suspended online advertising after a BBC Newsnight investigation found ads …
Discussion: Gigaom
 
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Angela Haggerty / The Drum:
National newspaper industry working on new system of audience measurement
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Alastair Sharp / Reuters:
Deal at Canada's Globe and Mail newspaper may avert strike
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