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10:45 AM ET, September 12, 2014

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Tom McGeveran / Capital New York:
Financial Times to debut big redesign Monday  —  The Financial Times will hit newsstands Monday with its first major redesign in seven years.  And between the lines (set in a new typeface, called Financier, developed by rockstar New Zealand type designer Kris Sowersby) it's possible to read …
Discussion: Talking Biz News
Tara Conlan / Guardian:
Independent Scotland ‘faces doubling of BBC licence fee’  —  The BBC says it must maintain its impartiality and will not comment on any issue which might sway the vote  —  The BBC is under political pressure to reveal details of a highly charged internal study which found that viewers …
Discussion: Daily Mail
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William Turvill / Press Gazette:   BBC denies plan in place to double licence fee for independent Scots
Jonathan Marino / TheStreet.com:
Parade Magazine Goes up for Sale  —  NEW YORK ( The Deal) — Advance Publications' M&A march continues with its auction of Parade Publications, whose Sunday news magazine has been a staple in papers around the country since 1941.  —  The auction, which was first reported by the New York Post …
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Guardian:
Guardian newspaper to showcase new look and brand new ‘Journal’ section  —  The Guardian newspaper will be showcasing a new look from Saturday 13 September, with a completely redesigned Weekend magazine, a brand new ‘Journal’ section featuring long reads, and a generally refreshed look and feel.
Discussion: Poynter
John Reynolds / Guardian:
Huffington Post banned from posting on Reddit section in attribution row  —  Social media site accuses some HuffPo Good News editors of ‘parasitic business model’ and sourcing content without credits  —  The Huffington Post's Good News section has been accused of lifting content from Reddit without crediting the source.
Discussion: Press Association
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
Bloomberg Current, social media experiment, is ending  —  Bloomberg Current, a social discussion platform for business, curated and managed by its users that has been a Bloomberg News beta test, is ending at the end of the month.  —  Bloomberg Current has allowed members to post, discuss and share content.
Discussion: @ranjanxroy
ABC News:
Government Threatened Foley Family Over Ransom Payments, Mother of Slain Journalist Says … Obama administration officials repeatedly threatened the family of murdered journalist James Foley that they might face criminal charges for supporting terrorism if they paid ransom to the ISIS killers …
David Bauder / Associated Press:
Networks say they're cutting back on Rice video  —  NEW YORK (AP) — At least six television networks said Thursday they plan to stop or minimize airings of video showing Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice striking his then-fiancee and knocking her unconscious, footage that has called …
Andrew Jacobs / New York Times:
Foreign Journalists in China See Decline in Reporting Conditions  —  Conditions for foreign journalists working in China have gone from bad to worse over the past year, with the Chinese authorities increasingly seeking to influence coverage by intimidating reporters and their interview subjects …
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Journalists top the coffee-drinking league table despite health risks  —  Journalists are coffee addicts, drinking more cups a day than any other group of “professionals”, according to a survey conducted among 10,000 people.  —  Evidently, 85% of the respondents said they drink at least three cups …
Paul Sawers / The Next Web:
Microsoft's studio-grade Skype TX for broadcasters is released to manufacturers  —  Back in April, we reported that Microsoft was targeting broadcasters with the Skype TX, studio grade software “that delivers high quality audio and video output to seamlessly connect broadcast and media productions with people around the world.”
Discussion: mygtn.tv, WinBeta and Skype Blogs
Lewis Blackwell / The Drum:
Creatives, it's time we do something about Google and its power over us and our work  —  A colleague has been burgled while away for the day.  The fourth time in just a few months.  The thief came through the front window in broad daylight, chiselled out the security bolts before entering …
Discussion: The Drum and @jeffjohnroberts
Jun Hongo / Wall Street Journal:
Release of Hirohito Records Limited to Selected Japanese Media  —  The Imperial Household Agency this week unveiled a 12,000-page record of Emperor Hirohito's reign but chose to make the copies available only to a limited number of domestic news organizations.
Jeremy Barr / Capital New York:
Times Book Review adds 12 new ‘Best Seller’ lists  —  The New York Times Book Review is adding 12 new monthly lists, part of a larger overhaul of the storied arbiter of literary success, it was announced Thursday morning.  —  The new “Best Seller” lists will include subjects like humor, travel, family and animals.
Peter Kafka / Re/code:
Jill Abramson on What Happened at the New York Times, and What She's Doing Next: The Full Code/Media Interview  —  Jill Abramson says she can't explain, precisely, why she was fired from the New York Times' top editing job in May.  But she's happy to talk about it.
Discussion: @pkafka and @leerichardson
Steven Perlberg / Wall Street Journal:
YouTube Alone Brings In 20% Of Digital Video Ad Revenue  —  When it comes to ad dollars moving into the red-hot online video market, YouTube is king.  But it's feeling pressure from potential digital usurpers.  —  YouTube will bring in $1.13 billion in 2014 video ad revenue …
Mathew Ingram / Gigaom:
IndieWeb advocates launch Known so bloggers can be social and still control their content  —  The founders of Known have launched an open-source web publishing tool that uses a number of IndieWeb standards to give users control over their content, instead of handing it and all the related data …
Joe Flint / Wall Street Journal:
Why a Hit TV Show Got Canceled: Its Fans Were Too Old  —  ‘Longmire’ Is Latest Victim of Industry's Focus on Young Viewers, Content Ownership  —  When a television show is consistently popular, its reward usually isn't getting canceled.  —  But that is what happened to “Longmire” …
Discussion: UPROXX
 
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Bloomberg:
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Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
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