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5:20 PM ET, November 13, 2014

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David Streitfeld / New York Times:
Amazon and Hachette Resolve Dispute  —  Amazon and Hachette announced Thursday morning that they have resolved their differences and signed a new multiyear contract, bringing to an official end one of the most bitter publishing conflicts in recent years.  —  Neither side gave details of the deal …
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Laura Hazard Owen / Gigaom:
In new agreement with Amazon, Hachette will set prices for its ebooks  —  Updated: Amazon and Hachette finally reach deal; Hachette will set its ebook prices  —  Amazon and book publisher Hachette have finally reached a deal in the contentious and public negotiations that have been going on since May …
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
John Cook out as First Look Media's Intercept EIC, will return to Gawker Media to run investigations  —  John Cook leaves The Intercept  —  Intercept Editor-in-Chief John Cook is leaving the publication and returning to Gawker Media to run investigations, an individual with knowledge of the hire tells Poynter.
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Mike Isaac / New York Times:
Reddit CEO Yishan Wong resigns, Ellen Pao to be interim CEO, Alexis Ohanian back full time as executive chairman  —  Reddit Chief Executive Resigns as Company Shuffles Top Ranks  —  Reddit, the popular online community message board, wants to grow up into a viable business.
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Alexis Ohanian / reddit:
As executive chairman, Alexis Ohanian says Reddit's focus will be on mobile, UX, and community tools  —  Coming home  —  Yishan Wong sent the board his resignation notice.  We are grateful for his contributions over the last few years, including growing reddit from 35M to 174M …
Emily Steel / New York Times:
Sony launches PlayStation Vue web-based TV service with all major broadcast and some cable networks, testing in NYC with broad rollout in Q1 2015  —  Sony to Introduce Web-Based TV Service, PlayStation Vue  —  Sony is pressing play on a new web-based television service that represents …
New York Times:
NYT responds to Chinese President Xi: The Times won't alter its coverage to meet the demands of any government  —  A Response to President Xi Jinping  —  During their summit meeting in Beijing, President Obama and President Xi Jinping of China made much of their agreement to ease visa restrictions …
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Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
NYT correspondents overextending time in China over fears their colleagues won't get new visas
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Andrew Golis / Medium:
This., one-link-a-day sharing network, launches in invite-only beta  —  Make “This.”  Yours  —  We launched the beta of This. today.  Which is pretty great.  —  This. is a site we've been building to help people find and share the web's best stories, ideas and arguments.
Patrick Kingsley / Guardian:
Egypt decree could lead to release of jailed Australian al-Jazeera journalist  —  Ruling on deportation of foreign prisoners raises hopes that Peter Greste could be freed before the end of his sentence  —  Jailed al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste could be returned to Australia before the end …
Hannah Karp / Wall Street Journal:
Major record labels pressure digital services to curtail free-trial periods but execs say free drives paid  —  Era of Free Digital Music Wanes  —  Artists and Labels Prod Music Services to Convert Listeners to Subscribers  —  Enjoy the free tunes while you can: The party may be winding …
Paul Sawers / The Next Web:
Rdio matches Spotify by lowering the price of its family subscription plan to $5 for each extra member  —  Less than a month after Spotify announced it was introducing family subscription plans, Rdio has revealed that it's lowering the price of its own family plans to $5 for each extra subscriber.
Jane Martinson / Guardian:
More potential victims of fake sheikh come forward after BBC documentary  —  Lawyer Mark Lewis says he has been contacted by three people since airing of Panorama exposé of Mazher Mahmood  —  Three more potential victims of the former News of the World reporter Mazher Mahmood contacted …
The Huffington Post:
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler Tells Silicon Valley He's Open To Obama Net Neutrality Plan  —  WASHINGTON - On Monday, President Barack Obama went public with his support of an aggressive approach to protecting net neutrality.  Shortly after that, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler told …
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Amy Schatz / Re/code:
No Net Neutrality Rules Until 2015 as Disagreements About Plan Continue
 
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Guardian:
Google's French arm faces daily €1,000 fines over links to defamatory article
Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
Viacom Plans to Boost Non-Nielsen-Based U.S. Ad Sales to 50 Percent
Juro Osawa / Wall Street Journal:
Warner Music, Tencent in China Distribution Deal
Discussion: Reuters and TechCrunch
Andy Fixmer / Mashable:
FCC to release Comcast and AT&T programming documents for review at its Washington HQ, and other secure sites, on Nov. 17, will not allow remote access
Discussion: Bloomberg
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Jack Dickey / TIME:
Taylor Swift's label says she earned less than $500K for domestic streaming the past 12 months; Spotify says it paid her $2M for global streaming in that period
Bill Adair / Poynter:
Ben Smith, @crushingbort and @blippoblappo talk about plagiarism
Discussion: The Daily Beast, Gawker and @elongreen
Peter Kafka / Re/code:
Henry Blodget Interview About Jeff Bezos Business Insider Investment