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9:50 PM ET, October 13, 2014

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Chris O'Brien / VentureBeat:
Maker Studios CEO says Disney had to buy it to ‘remain relevant’  —  Above: Ynon Kreiz of Maker Studios speaking at the 2014 VidCon at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California.  —  When Disney plopped down $500 million earlier this year to buy Maker Studios …
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Todd Spangler / Variety:
Disney's Maker Studios Teams with Disney-Backed Fusion to Produce Block of TV Programming  —  Maker Studios, the YouTube multichannel network Disney acquired earlier this year, has reached another TV deal that falls under the Mouse House's corporate umbrella.
Bill Carter / New York Times:
Leaning Forward, MSNBC Loses Ground to Rival CNN  —  Rachel Maddow, the biggest star on the MSNBC cable network, just posted her lowest quarterly ratings results ever.  —  “Morning Joe,” MSNBC's signature morning program, scored its second-lowest quarterly ratings, reaching an average …
George Packer / New Yorker:
The story behind the making of Citizenfour, Laura Poitras' film about Edward Snowden's leaks  —  The Holder of Secrets  —  The Holder of Secrets Laura Poitras's closeup view of Edward Snowden.  From the garden terrace of a sixth-floor walkup on a quiet Berlin street, there was a clear view to the TV Tower, in Alexanderplatz.
Simon Van Zuylen-Wood / Salon:
“She's not ducking a fight”: How Margaret Sullivan transformed the role of the NYT public editor  —  As other ombudsmen fade into oblivion, Sullivan is reimagining the relationship between the Times and its readers  —  When Alessandra Stanley published her now-infamous essay on Shonda Rhimes …
Liz Gannes / Re/code:
Google May Lead $500 Million Round in Magic Leap Virtual Reality Tech  —  Google and other investors are planning a huge investment in Magic Leap, a secretive but boastful company building hardware and software it says will deliver “cinematic reality.”  —  Sources say Google is leading …
Discussion: VentureBeat
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
Between Oliver, Maher and Vice deal, HBO is quietly building what looks like a news unit  —  Should HBO Open A News Division?  —  Analysis: Has the Time Warner service become an inadvertent champion of the emerging ‘slow journalism’ movement?  “I think you'll see more from us,” says programming chief Lombardo
Discussion: @newsmaven, @ioanina and @staceywoelfel
Alastair Reid / Journalism.co.uk:
How are journalists at risk of vicarious trauma from UGC?  —  In newsrooms, social media teams and picture desks are faced with more graphic and disturbing imagery than ever before.  A recent Journalism.co.uk survey examined how this can impact journalists' wellbeing  —  Credit: by williambrawley on Flickr.
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Twitter, Google, AOL and Vice pitch content in London digital upfronts  —  Firms mimic US TV industry with showcases aimed at advertisers in a sign of growing significance of UK's digital media  —  A who's who of senior executives from Silicon Valley giants, including Twitter, Google …
Yvonne Villarreal / Los Angeles Times:
AMC backs away from unscripted programming, re-shifts focus to scripted  —  AMC is undergoing a reality check.  —  The cable network is dropping most of its unscripted programs to re-shift its focus to maintaining its power in the scripted arena.  —  The network, in a short time frame …
The Cambodia Daily:
Journalist Investigating Illegal Logging Shot Dead  —  A 49-year-old journalist reportedly investigating illegal logging in Kratie province was shot dead early Sunday morning.  Within hours, police arrested three men—a commune police chief, a military police officer and a Royal Cambodian Armed Forces …
Wall Street Journal:
Book publishers are using YouTube to identify potential bestselling authors  —  From YouTube Stars, Literary Lions  —  Book Publishers Sweep Video Site for a New Wave of Authors  —  Publishers seeking the next hit author have a new hunting ground: YouTube.
 
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Stuart Dredge / Guardian:
James Murdoch attacks Google over piracy links
Discussion: C21Media and @davidcochrane
Lee Hyo-won / Hollywood Reporter:
Warner Bros. Korea to Debut Some Films Via Streaming Services
Dave McNary / Variety:
Time Inc. Magazine Employees Turn Down Contract Proposal
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Six Sun journalists go on trial over alleged payments to public officials
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Lessley Anderson / Vanity Fair:
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Lesley Stahl / CBS News:
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