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10:10 AM ET, September 6, 2014

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Kurt Wagner / Re/code:
Global media VP Katie Jacobs Stanton: Twitter is the “operating system” of news, not a competitor to newsrooms  —  Twitter Media Boss Katie Jacobs Stanton Wants More Partners in More Countries  —  Twitter has had plenty of challenges.  Convincing media companies to work with it hasn't been one of them.
Alex Pareene / The Dish:
A Second Look At The Giant Garbage Pile That Is Online Media, 2014  —  WARNING: This is a post, by a media professional, about the media.  If you are a normal human being, you will not and definitely should not care, except inasmuch as it's part of a debate about whether or not we, the media, are failing you, the normal human being.
Caroline O'Donovan / Nieman Lab:
The L.A. Times will begin broadcasting original documentaries in mid-September  —  The L.A. Times made a move toward expanding its video strategy today — but not in digital video.  The newspaper announced a broadcast deal with DIRECTV for a series of documentaries to be called Los Angeles Times Originals.
Discussion: Los Angeles Times and LA Observed
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
Cable companies want to unbundle broadcast TV, and broadcasters are angry  —  À la carte pricing may not be a pipe dream, at least for local broadcast TV.  —  A Congressional proposal to let cable and satellite customers choose which broadcast TV channels they pay for has led …
Capital New York:
The 60-second interview: Elizabeth Spiers, editorial director, Flavorwire (and Gawker founding editor)  —  CAPITAL: You've recently returned to personal blogging, as has your fellow former Gawkerite Lockhart Steele.  Do you think there's a broader trend here?
Hadas Gold / Politico:
The new Cosmo: Love, sex, politics?  —  Cosmopolitan's website is making room for something new to the the legendary women's glossy: the midterm elections.  —  The magazine known for its celebrity covers, fashion tips and relationship advice is diving into politics on Monday with its #CosmoVotes campaign …
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Tim McGuire / McGuire on Media:
Advocacy and self-interested journalism are inevitable, but what are the consequences?  —  Just last week I told the students of my 21st Century Journalism class at least 30-40% of them would one day work for organizations that don't do journalism now.  —  I have been telling other classes …
Discussion: Guardian
Janko Roettgers / Gigaom:
Netflix may add short-form content to increase mobile usage  —  Most people don't spend 90 minutes watching whole movies on their phones, which is why Netflix may soon serve them two-minute clips of the best scenes.  —  Netflix has always been all about TV shows and movies, but soon …
Discussion: Nieman Lab and Consumerist
Alex Weprin / Capital New York:
Discovery takes Comcast-Time Warner Cable concerns public  —  Critics of the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal have largely been technology companies, and consumers fed up with their cable and Internet options.  One group that has been largely silent on the merger is one that could be …
Discussion: BuzzFeed and DSLreports
John McCarthy / The Drum:
Reddit and Pornhub among website collective to stage ‘go slow’ protest of US internet speed priority plans  —  A collective of the world's largest websites are to stage a “go slow” protest day next week to fight US internet ‘fast-lane’ plans which could reshape the internet irreparably …
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Tom Risen / US News:   Larry Flynt, Video Games and the Potential Fallout of Net Neutrality
NPPA:
Google and American Society of Media Photographers settle four-year-old case over Google Books  —  GOOGLE, PHOTOGRAPHERS SETTLE LITIGATION OVER BOOKS  —  A group of photographers, visual artists and affiliated associations have reached a settlement with Google in a lawsuit over copyrighted material in Google Books.
Discussion: @alisternburg
Michael Sebastian / AdAge:
GQ's Chris Mitchell Named Vanity Fair Publisher as Conde Changes Keep Coming  —  Wired Publisher Howard Mittman Moves to GQ  —  Castro Innovation  —  Conde Nast has named Chris Mitchell, VP-publisher of GQ, to the same position at sibling title Vanity Fair.
 
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Charles P. Pierce / Esquire:
Politico, foremost practitioner of Washington's current courtier press, goes from mere triviality …
Discussion: Techdirt and Advocate
Agence France-Presse:
Chinese Man Sues State-Owned Telecom Operator for Denying Google Access
Discussion: nationmultimedia.com
Ron Corben / Voice of America:
Thai Media Pressured Under Military Rule
Nick Vivarelli / Variety:
iTunes Seals Deal With Middle East Distributor Front Row
Discussion: Gulf News and The Huffington Post
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Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat:
UK's Sky News aims to reach U.S. TV viewers through the Xbox 360 game console
Discussion: Marketwired, Sky News and Pocket-lint
Lukas I. Alpert / Wall Street Journal:
Bloomberg Faces a More Competitive Marketplace, Strained Relations With Financial Institutions
Discussion: New York Times
Claire Atkinson / New York Post:
Diller's Vimeo makes push at Toronto Film Festival
Discussion: Digital Journal and Variety