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8:05 AM ET, January 8, 2015

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CNNMoney:
Fierce debate among journalists as some media outlets publish Charlie Hebdo cartoons while others decline, citing safety and sensitivity  —  The Charlie Hebdo Mohammed cartoons: Media outlets shy away or take a stand  —  In the wake of Wednesday's killings at the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo …
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Agence France-Presse:
Charlie Hebdo will come out next week  —  Paris (AFP) - The French satirical newspaper whose staff was decimated in an Islamist attack will come out as scheduled next week, one of its surviving staffers told AFP on Thursday.  Charlie Hebdo will publish next Wednesday to defiantly show that …
BuzzFeed:
News outlets blur or crop Charlie Hebdo cartoons in attack coverage  —  Some Outlets Are Censoring Charlie Hebdo's Satirical Cartoons After Attack  —  News outlets shy away from publishing the controversial images of the paper's satirical cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.
Jean-Paul Marthoz / Committee to Protect Journalists:
Charlie Hebdo attack unites France on free expression, but will solidarity hold?  —  The attack on the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo has sent shock waves through France and beyond.  Not only because 12 people have been killed in cold blood and many were wounded in what was the deadliest …
Discussion: Washington Post and @blakejlambert
Arthur Goldhammer / Al Jazeera America:
Charlie Hebdo's mission was to show nothing is sacred, in Paris tradition of “gouaille”  —  Let's not sacralize Charlie Hebdo  —  The magazine's raison d'être was to show nothing is sacred  —  Stéphane Charbonnier, who used the pen name Charb …
Ravi Somaiya / New York Times:
Charlie Hebdo Editor Made Provocation His Mission
Guardian:
Paris terror attack: huge manhunt under way after gunmen kill 12
Associated Press:
French police identify three suspects in attack that killed 12
Megan Gibson / TIME:
The Provocative History of French Satirical Magazine Charlie Hebdo
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Gabriel Snyder makes his first T.N.R. hires  —  In his inaugural editor's letter, Gabriel Snyder promised that his iteration of The New Republic would nurture a diverse newsroom of “talented journalists who might have previously felt unwelcome” at the 100-year-old Beltway institution.
Jeanine Poggi / AdAge:
NBC says ads for Super Bowl are 95% sold out, with rates of about $4.5M for 30 seconds  —  NBC Still Not Sold Out of Super Bowl Ad Inventory  —  Super Bowl XLIX Is About 95% Sold Out  —  Hispanic Fact Pack 2014 … NBC is still trying to sell a bit more Super Bowl ad inventory …
Gerry Smith / Bloomberg:
Why Your Cable Bill Is Going Up Again in 2015 — Sports  —  Time Warner Cable Inc. (TWC) and other pay-TV providers are citing a culprit for the higher bills you're paying: Sports.  —  For the first time, Time Warner Cable is adding a $2.75 monthly charge for sports programming.
Discussion: @gerryfsmith
Yasir Mirza / Guardian:
How citizen reporters in India provide us with some of our best stories  —  Guardian Cities went on the road to India on a quest to unearth some of the most interesting stories from people on the ground  —  When reporting abroad, it's important to remember that some of the best stories come directly from people on the ground.
sarah lane.:
Sarah Lane to leave TWiT, join TechCrunch as executive producer of video  —  THE NEW NEW  —  Hey!  So my big announcement is that I'm joining the team at TechCrunch as Executive Producer of Video.  And I've been trying to figure out how to post news about my own little new career chapter without …
Jack Marshall / Wall Street Journal:
Burst of M&A in Online Advertising as Shakeout Begins  —  A shakeout is under way in the online advertising industry, where dozens of startups—often with seemingly undifferentiated services and limited scale— face the reality that there isn't enough room for everyone.
Jason Clampet / Skift:
Lonely Planet Buys Stake in Action Sports Media Company  —  A still from the “Straddling the Unicorn” short film.  Teton Gravity Research  —  Skift Take: Lonely Planet's ambitions go beyond the guidebook.  But can it piece together a multi-media brand from all the parts it's collected up until now?
Discussion: PR Newswire
 
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