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7:00 PM ET, January 14, 2015


 Top News: 
Margaret Sullivan / New York Times:
With New Charlie Hebdo Cover, News Value Should Have Prevailed  —  Readers responded passionately, and in large numbers, to my post last week about The Times's decision not to publish the now-famous Charlie Hebdo cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.  (In fact, I've never had more comments on a post or column.)
Tony Todd / France 24:
Charlie Hebdo sells out as 5 million print run is announced  —  A defiant Charlie Hebdo went on sale Wednesday, in five languages and in more than 20 countries, splashing a cartoon purporting to be Mohammed on its front cover a week after jihadist gunmen stormed the satirical weekly's offices killing 12 people.
New York Times:
Qaeda Group in Yemen Claims Responsibility for Charlie Hebdo Attack  —  PARIS — Al Qaeda's branch in Yemen formally claimed responsibility on Wednesday for the deadly assault a week ago at the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo that killed 12 people, saying that the target was chosen …
Keith J. Kelly / New York Post:
English-language digital edition of Charlie Hebdo available Thursday through app for €3, only 300 French print copies available in US  —  Only 300 copies of latest Charlie Hebdo issue available in U.S.  —  French cartoonist Renald Luzier holds up the new issue of Charlie Hebdo.
Agence France-Presse:
French comedian Dieudonné arrested, accused of being an apologist for terrorism on Facebook  —  Dieudonné arrested over Facebook post on Paris gunman  —  French comedian accused of justifying terrorism after linking attacker to tribute slogan by writing ‘I feel like Charlie Coulibaly’
France 24:
Police raid Turkish daily publishing Charlie Hebdo  —  Police raided the printing press of Turkish daily Cumhuriyet on Jan. 14, as it prepared to distribute a four-page selection of Charlie Hebdo's post-attack issue in an act of solidarity with the French satirical weekly.
Discussion: Guardian, Aljazeera, NBC News, CNN and Guardian
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
New York Times Only Top U.S. Newspaper Not To Publish Charlie Hebdo Cover
Suzan Fraser / Associated Press:   Turkish Court Bans Websites Publishing Charlie Hebdo Cover
Jeremy Barr / Capital New York:
Whisper editor in chief Neetzan Zimmerman has left following October suspension  —  Neetzan Zimmerman out at Whisper  —  Neetzan Zimmerman, who served as editor in chief of the secret-sharing app Whisper, has left the company, he confirmed to Capital.  —  Zimmerman, “and other staff members …
Ravi Somaiya / New York Times:
Carlos Slim More Than Doubles His Stake in Times Company  —  Carlos Slim Helú, the Mexican billionaire, has more than doubled his stake in The New York Times Company, to nearly 17 percent, the company said on Wednesday.  —  Mr. Slim exercised warrants to acquire nearly 16 million shares …
Janet Asteroff / Mediashift:
A Progress Report on Jeff Bezos Transforming the Washington Post  —  If you don't like change, don't work at the Washington Post.  —  But if you are a consumer of digital news, you can expect some interesting and perhaps delightful innovations.  And if you are in the news business …
Discussion: @rosental and @jayrosen_nyu, Thanks:@pbsmediashift
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Synacor Acquires NimbleTV, Startup That Streamed Live TV Online  —  Synacor, which provides technology and services to TV, Internet and communications providers, has acquired NimbleTV, a startup that sold a service to cable and telco TV subscribers for accessing live channels and DVR recordings over the Internet.
Discussion: Re/code, and @pkafka
Peter Kafka / Re/code:
Web TV Startup NimbleTV Stops Service, Promises to Relaunch
Discussion: @romenesko
Jim Kuhnhenn / Associated Press:
Obama criticizes state laws that limit broadband competition, putting him at odds with major cable companies; industry group pushes back  —  Obama criticizes state laws that hurt broadband competition  —  6 photos  —  CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) — Wading into a states' rights dispute over Internet access …
William Turvill / Press Gazette:
BBC accessed or monitored 148 staff email accounts in 2013 and 2014  —  BBC accused of treating staff like ‘the enemy’ as new figures show increase in email monitoring to investigate leaks  —  The BBC has been accused of treating its employees like “the enemy” after it emerged …
Discussion: Guardian and @moorehn
Peter Kafka / Re/code:
Wavelength Lets You Share Hollywood Movies With Your Friends, for Free, on the Web — At Least for Now  —  Hollywood's home movie sales and rentals business is shrinking.  Spencer Wang says he has a solution: Make it easier for people to watch movies at home, without paying a penny.
Discussion: The Verge and @pkafka
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