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9:45 PM ET, November 21, 2014

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Chet Kanojia / All Aereo:
Aereo files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, says “challenges have proven too difficult to overcome”  —  The Next Chapter  —  A little over three years ago, the team at Aereo set out to build a better television experience for the consumer.  —  We began this journey because we were frustrated …
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Issie Lapowsky / Wired:
Aereo May Be Dead, But Internet TV Will Live On  —  It's a sad day for Aereo and all those who believed in it.  The startup, which allowed people to stream live broadcast television to their computers and mobile devices, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, just months after shutting down operations.
Discussion: Mashable and bizjournals
Jordan Crook / TechCrunch:
Aereo CEO: Court Made Incredibly Wrong Decision, Cord-Cutting Is Inevitable  —  This morning, Aereo filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 11, marking the end of the road for the cloud-based TV startup.  The company launched in 2012 using micro-antennas and cloud DVR technology to provide near-live TV access …
Kristen Hare / Poynter:
Andrew Beaujon heading for Washingtonian  —  Poynter's news editor, Andrew Beaujon, announced to staff Friday that he's leaving for Washingtonian, where he'll be a senior editor.  —  “I'm grateful that Poynter gave me a shot as a media blogger,” Beaujon said.  “I've loved my time here and care deeply about my coworkers.
Lane Wood / Medium:
Pando founder Sarah Lacy's allusions to physical threats distort narrative on Uber scandal  —  Here ego again.  —  There's something unsettling about all this Uber stuff.  —  Maybe it's the fact that I have to wade through all the technorati tweets about “#Ubergate” …
Nate Raymond / Reuters:
Apple $450 million e-book settlement gets final court approval  —  (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Friday gave final approval to Apple Inc's (AAPL.O) agreement to pay $450 million to resolve claims it harmed consumers by conspiring with five publishers to raise e-book prices.
Catalina Albeanu / Journalism.co.uk:
Changes at FT to promote thinking ‘in digital terms’  —  Editor Lionel Barber says changes are planned for next year to reflect the importance of multimedia journalism  —  The Financial Times is planning “big changes” in the newsroom for 2015 as its journalists “increasingly …
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
New York magazine creates ‘pop-up blogs’  —  Since May, New York magazine has launched an irregular series of “pop-up blogs” to expand its coverage on a variety of topics including relationships, the arts and travel.  —  The blogs focus on a specific theme — exploring Paris …
Discussion: @poynter
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Amazon Plans A Free, Ad-Supported Video Service, Says New Report  —  Amazon has been gaining ground on Netflix as the most popular video streaming service in the U.S., and now it is planning something that could see it overtake its rival.  According to a report in the New York Post …
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Pro-independence daily paper the National to launch in Scotland  —  Pilot launch of new daily tabloid, from the same stable as the Sunday Herald, will cost 50p and have print run of 50,000  —  Scotland is to get a new newspaper, the National, which will be the first Scottish daily to support independence.
Associated Press:
Judge: Missouri police can't stop media recordings  —  ST. LOUIS (AP) — A federal judge has issued court orders that prevent Missouri police from stopping media and others from recording officers.  —  The court order follows a lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union that said police tried …
Discussion: Multichannel News
Todd Shields / Businessweek:
FCC Chief Seeks Open-Internet Rules That Withstand Lawsuits  —  The U.S. regulator writing new open-Internet rules said he wanted to do so quickly while ensuring they can withstand a legal challenge.  —  Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler, speaking at a news conference …
Bloomberg:
FCC Barred From Disclosing TV Contracts in Comcast Review  —  A federal appeals court blocked the Federal Communications Commission from ordering the disclosure of programming contracts as part of the U.S. government's review of Comcast Corp. (CMCSA)'s takeover of Time Warner Cable Inc. (TWC)
 
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