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8:35 PM ET, November 10, 2014


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What President Obama's Net Neutrality Proposal Means  —  President Obama's broadband announcement seems like a big victory for net neutrality activists, as well as Web content companies like Netflix.  —  But it's important to remember that his announcement is just that — a statement, not a law.
Stacey Higginbotham / Gigaom:
Obama tells the FCC to implement real net neutrality.  And he's serious.  —  President Obama has come out strongly and specifically in favor of “bright-line rules” that will protect network neutrality.  Now the FCC just has to write them.  —  Proving himself the policy nerd that pundits deride …
Aaron Pressman / Yahoo! Finance:
Obama's call for net neutrality spells trouble for Time Warner Cable-Comcast deal  —  The fight for an open Internet just got a lot stronger, as President Obama waded into the fray and issued a call for utility-style regulation to limit the power of phone and cable companies.
John Plunkett / Guardian:
Russia Today threatened with Ofcom sanctions due to bias  —  Kremlin-backed news channel found guilty of breaching UK broadcasting regulations in coverage of Ukraine crisis  —  Russia Today has been threatened with statutory sanctions by media regulator Ofcom after the Kremlin-backed news …
Allison Quinn / The Moscow Times:
Kommersant Editor Steps Down Amid Rumors of Pressure From Above  —  The editor-in-chief of business daily Kommersant has resigned, triggering speculation Monday that he was forced out over a recent article in the newspaper about oil giant Rosneft.  —  While theories behind the move multiplied …
Discussion: TASS
Tom Parfitt / Telegraph:
Russia launches ‘Sputnik’ media offensive to counter US propaganda  —  Radio station and website will push back at Western news outlets and show “everyone is entitled to live in their own way”  —  Russia has launched a new state-run international “media brand” called Sputnik to counter …
Jared Malsin / Columbia Journalism Review:
Why did Iran imprison Jason Rezaian?  —  The Washington Post reporter has been inside Evin prison for more than three months  —  Everywhere he traveled in the world, Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian invited people to visit Iran, where he has lived for nearly 10 years, and reported for the Post since 2012.
Jordan Chariton / The Wrap:
HuffPost Live Joins Hulu Lineup (Exclusive)  —  HuffPost Live content launches early Monday morning on Hulu, TheWrap has learned.  —  The digital video arm of The Huffington Post now has its own page on Hulu, with one-hour long episodes of HuffPost Live added daily.
Discussion: FishbowlNY, @roysekoff and VideoInk
Yvonne Villarreal / Los Angeles Times:
Following The Newsroom's third and final season, Aaron Sorkin says he's done with television  —  Aaron Sorkin signs off from TV ... maybe  —  It was just after 11:30 a.m. when Aaron Sorkin rose from the hulking leather club chair in his office to light a cigarette and announce his retirement from television.
Napier Lopez / The Next Web:
Machinima rebrands its gaming network to focus on original programming  —  Machinima is one of the most popular hubs for gamers to get their media fix - their YouTube channel is full of original animations made using videogame models, as well as general content concerning a variety of fandoms.
Discussion: VideoInk, Tubefilter and StreamDaily
Matt Buchanan / The Awl:
Modified paywall returns Tuesday to New Yorker, with 6 free articles/month, no free archive  —  A Paywall Rises  —  We are quite reliably told that tomorrow, the Web site of the New Yorker, the last magazine in the world, will no longer offer the entirety of its archives, going back to 2007, for free.
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