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1:15 AM ET, October 13, 2014

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Lesley Stahl / CBS News:
60 Minutes talks with James Risen about the publishing of his 2005 call monitoring story and protecting sources  —  The war on leaks  —  What happens when the demands of national security collide with the rights of a free press?  Lesley Stahl finds out  —  The following is a script of …
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The Nation:
The Government War Against Reporter James Risen  —  This article appeared in the October 27, 2014 edition of The Nation.  —  Ever since New York Times reporter James Risen received his first subpoena from the Justice Department more than six years ago, occasional news reports have skimmed the surface of a complex story.
Discussion: @thenation
Alexandra Steigrad / WWD:
New Yorker EIC Remnick on native ads, mobile, magazines as brands, and the role of editors  —  Media People: The New Yorker's David Remnick  —  David Remnick has been the editor in chief of The New Yorker since 1998.  Prior to The New Yorker, he spent 16 years at The Washington Post …
Josh Peter / USA Today:
NFL, MLB, NBA and other leagues claim piracy has cost them millions of dollars  —  Digital pirates steal signals, money from leagues  —  LAS VEGAS — Parading into the Octagon, the fighters brawled, unleashing kicks and punches that drew lusty cheers and, more often than not, ample blood bout after bout.
Discussion: @benfowlkesmma
Eve Fairbanks / Washington Post:
How personal essays conquered journalism — and why they can't cut it  —  “My Life as a Little Person.”  “I Still Dreamed of the Abuser I Once Thought of as My Father.”  “My Startup Failed, and This Is What It Feels Like.”  “The Worst Day of My Life Is Now New York's Hottest Tourist Attraction.”
Martin Moore / LSE:
Why we need a UK equivalent of the Knight News Challenge  —  Martin Moore, director of the Media Standards Trust and the author of a recent report on the deficit of local news in the UK, argues that more needs to be done to foster innovation among local news and civic technology providers.
Discussion: Guardian and @jeffjarvis
Brody Mullins / Wall Street Journal:
University of Michigan Inks Deal to End Early Release of Survey  —  Investors Will No Longer Get A Sneak Peek At The Consumer Confidence Survey  —  WASHINGTON—Investors will no longer be able to get a sneak peek at the University of Michigan's consumer-confidence survey after the school agreed …
Discussion: The Desk
Aaron Couch / Hollywood Reporter:
Box Office Mojo Returns After Disappearing Friday  —  BoxOfficeMojo.com is back in action Box office junkies can rest easy.  Box Office Mojo has returned after mysteriously disappearing Friday morning.  IMDB, which acquired the data website in 2008, has not explained the disappearance or return.
Discussion: Variety and The Wrap
BoF - The Business of Fashion:
How the Apple Watch landed on the cover of Vogue China for its fashion editorial debut  —  Apple Watch To Make Editorial Debut in Vogue China  —  BEIJING, China — Apple's relationship with fashion has grown from a casual flirtation to a full-blown love affair.
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
SoundCloud Posted A $29M Loss In 2013 On Revenues Of $14M  —  SoundCloud, the popular online music and audio sharing platform, is now exceeding 175 million listeners each month and is on track to reach 200 million.  But its rapid growth has seen the company's costs run away from its revenues.
Spencer Ackerman / Guardian:
Citizenfour, Laura Poitras' documentary about Snowden, confirms a second leaker  —  Citizenfour review Poitras' victorious film shows Snowden vindicated  —  Laura Poitras' documentary disentangles NSA surveillance and plots the story of Edward Snowden in Hong Kong and Moscow  —  Edward Snowden in Moscow.
INMA:
Les Echos focuses on getting to know its audience through data  —  Audience and editorial data are important parts to Les Echo's audience engagement strategy.  —  The potential number of users in France for Les Echo is five million, according to Frédéric Filloux …
Discussion: @ampress
Alex Weprin / Capital New York:
Nielsen says it has issued faulty ratings data since March  —  Nielsen, which controls almost all of the television ratings measurement market, says that a technical error resulted in the company issuing incorrect TV ratings for national broadcast networks.  —  The error was introduced in March …
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Josh Warwick / Telegraph:
Meet the 21-year-old YouTuber who made millions playing video games
Discussion: @telegraphmen
Attila Mong / Committee to Protect Journalists:
Amid government crackdown, Hungary's journalists look for new ways to work
Richard Smirke / Billboard:
British Lawmaker Publishes Detailed Report on Copyright Education
Discussion: Music Week
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Janko Roettgers / Gigaom:
Circa's David Cohn joins Al Jazeera's mobile-focused AJ+ as executive producer
Discussion: Medium, @raju and @riy
Alastair Reid / Journalism.co.uk:
Guardian forms new editorial teams to enhance digital output