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6:35 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 …
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 …
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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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 …
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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
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.
Kent Gibbons / Multichannel News:
Nielsen: TV Industry Needs New Ratings Standards  —  Under Fire, Urges Consensus Needed On Measuring Views Everywhere  —  Nielsen, increasingly under fire for falling short as the industry standard for television ratings, today said the TV industry needs to find new ways to measure “total audience” and advertising campaign views.
Discussion: MediaPost and The Wrap
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.
Jessica E. Lessin / The Information:
Samsung Preps New Mobile Video Service  —  Samsung Electronics is rebooting its mobile video strategy in a test of whether short-form video content can drive mobile revenues just as games have.  —  The South Korean company has earmarked several tens of millions of dollars to invest …
Discussion: Business Insider and Engadget
Guardian:
Google's French arm faces daily €1,000 fines over links to defamatory article  —  Paris court orders parent company to remove links across global network, following right to be forgotten online ruling  —  Google's French subsidiary has been ordered to pay daily fines of €1,000 unless links …
 
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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
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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:
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