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2:20 PM ET, February 2, 2015

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Kristen Hare / Poynter:
Peter Greste: ‘I feel incredible angst about my colleagues, leaving them behind’  —  In his first interview since being released from Egyptian prison, Al Jazeera's Peter Greste spoke with the network about his colleagues, Baher Mohamed and Mohamed Fahmy, who are still in prison.
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Mark Colvin / Guardian:   In the end, Peter Greste became an irritant for the Egyptian government
@skynewsbreak:   Freed al Jazeera journalist Peter #Greste says his release is a “step forward” and hopes his colleagues will be released
BBC:
Peter Greste: Al-Jazeera journalist freed by Egypt
Martin Beck / Marketing Land:
Hashtags featured in 50% of Super Bowl ads; 4 Facebook mentions, 3 Twitter, 1 Snapchat  —  Super Bowl Commercials With Hashtags Slipped To 50% In 2015  —  Facebook is the most mentioned social network with four; Snapchat makes its debut.  —  Fifty percent of 2015 Super Bowl ads carried hashtags …
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Dominic Patten / Deadline:
2015's Superbowl sees highest overnight ratings in its history, up 4% from last year  —  Super Bowl Ratings Hit Historic High With Patriots Close Win Over Seahawks  —  It was so so close, so similar and yet so very different from last year.  Last night's Super Bowl was of course similar …
Emily Steel / New York Times:
Super Bowl features 15 first-time advertisers, the most since 2000, as ad sales slow
Discussion: CNNMoney, Al Jazeera, Variety and mUmBRELLA
Ravi Somaiya / New York Times:
After Turmoil, The New Republic Re-emerges on Newsstands  —  The New Republic is a small magazine that set off a big commotion.  —  Late last year the magazine's owner, Chris Hughes, decided to replace Franklin Foer, a former top editor whom Mr. Hughes had lured back to run the magazine in 2012.
Carol Morello / Washington Post:
Hard-line judge reportedly assigned case of Post reporter Jason Rezaian, jailed in Iran  —  An Iranian judge known as the “hanging judge” for his harsh sentencing practices has been named to hear the case of a Washington Post reporter who has been imprisoned in Tehran for more than half a year, a human rights group said Saturday.
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Lydia DePillis / Washington Post:
Why internet journalists don't unionize: lack of leverage, transitory nature of the job market  —  Why Internet journalists don't organize  —  The booming world of web media is almost entirely non-union, for reasons that are as much generational as structural.
Emily Bell / Guardian:
As it becomes harder to censor journalists, intimidation and violence increase  —  Journalists back in the firing line as digital media struggles to protect its own  —  As it has become harder to censor individual journalists and independent teams, the intimidation, violence and imprisonment has increased
Peter Kafka / Re/code:
Louis CK's latest digital-only comedy special outsells his first with little buzz or promotion  —  Louis CK's New Straight-to-Fan Special Has No Buzz - and It's Doing Better Than His First One  —  Three years ago, Louis CK filmed his own stand-up comedy special, then sold it on his own Web site.
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
Univision Joins Lineup of Dish's Sling TV  —  Spanish-language broadcaster Univision Communications has struck a deal with Dish Network's over-the-top Sling video distribution service.  Sling's rights will include both live and video-on-demand content.  —  The terms of the agreement include …
Discussion: Gigaom and NetNewsCheck Latest
Ewen MacAskill / Guardian:
British army creates team of Facebook warriors  —  Soldiers familiar with social media sought for 77th Brigade, which will be responsible for ‘non-lethal warfare’  —  The British army is creating a special force of Facebook warriors, skilled in psychological operations and use of social media …
Discussion: Ubergizmo and Gizmodo
Barrett Brown / The Daily Beast:
My Post Cyberpunk Indentured Servitude  —  Journalist Barrett Brown looks back in anger at the government's trumped up charges against him as he starts a 63 month prison sentence.  —  Not long ago I was a mild-mannered freelance journalist, activist, and satirist, contributing to outlets like the Guardian and Vanity Fair.
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