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11:55 AM ET, December 15, 2014

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New York Times:
Sony Pictures Demands That News Agencies Delete ‘Stolen’ Data  —  LOS ANGELES — Sony Pictures Entertainment warned media outlets on Sunday against using the mountains of corporate data revealed by hackers who attacked the studio's computer systems.  —  In a sharply worded letter sent …
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Variety:
Aaron Sorkin Slams Journalists for Publishing Hacked Sony Documents  —  “The Newsroom” creator Aaron Sorkin has a message for real-life newsrooms, taking aim at publications posting leaked Sony documents in a new op-ed.  —  Published on the New York Times' website Sunday evening …
Emily Yoshida / The Verge:
Why we're reporting on Sony's leaked info
Jason Hughes / The Wrap:
MSNBC expanding online with “Shift by MSNBC”, 14 original shows exclusive to the web  —  MSNBC Expanding Online With Original Programming, Streaming Video  —  MSNBC is making a major push into the online market with “Shift by MSNBC,” a bold new initiative that will see the 24 …
Lloyd Grove / The Daily Beast:
Q&A with Nick Denton on future of Gawker, staff changes, TNR, and his defense of nihilism  —  The Gospel According to Nick Denton—What Next For The Gawker Founder?  —  In a candid interview, the media entrepreneur talks about the future of Gawker, staff changes, The New Republic, and the life-changing importance of coming out.
Alexandra Steigrad / WWD:
NYT Executive Editor Dean Banquet on coverage after buyouts, native ads, and turmoil at TNR  —  Media People: Dean Baquet, The New York Times  —  Dean Baquet is executive editor of The New York Times, a role he has held since May, when he replaced Jill Abramson after her controversial reign and equally controversial ousting.
Jihii Jolly / Columbia Journalism Review:
How the New York Times, The Economist, Vox, and others create daily news roundups  —  News roundups can be part of a smart media diet  —  What you should know about ‘everything you need to know’  —  Each morning around 3:30am, Adeel Hassan and Victoria Shannon start reading and summarizing the day's top news.
Discussion: @opride, @kvox and @alexandergordon
Joshua Hammer / Nieman Reports:
The escalating personal and financial cost of foreign reporting is changing the way correspondents cover the world  —  The escalating personal and financial cost of foreign reporting is changing the way correspondents cover the world  —  Four months after a 2005 earthquake devastated mountain villages …
Kate Galbraith / Nieman Storyboard:
New Print Magazines Are Embracing Narrative and Finding Their Niche  —  What it takes to launch a print magazine is targeting a clearly defined niche and, above all, a willingness to be scrappy and innovative  —  In 2011, as the Arab Spring dawned, young Lebanese journalist Ibrahim Nehme yearned …
BBC:
Turkish police raid media outlets tied to opposition cleric Fethullah Gulen, arrest at least 23, including EIC of country's biggest paper Zaman  —  Turkey police raid opposition media with Gulen links  —  Turkish police have made at least 23 arrests during raids on a newspaper and TV station …
Paul Sandle / Reuters:
BBC and ITV could charge fees to pay-TV broadcasters, UK watchdog says  —  British broadcasters including the BBC and ITV could be allowed to charge cable and satellite pay-TV companies for carrying their channels, the media regulator said on Monday, potentially pointing to a major funding change in the sector.
 
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