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9:45 PM ET, February 3, 2015

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Ravi Somaiya / New York Times:
New York Times operating profit down to $92M from $156M in 2013, digital ad revenue up 12%  —  New York Times Co. Profit Falls as Company Makes Strides in Digital Ads  —  The New York Times Company said on Tuesday that its annual operating profit declined in 2014 because of investments …
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Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY:
NY Times Has 910,000 Digital Subscribers  —  The New York Times' investment in digital is finally paying off.  The company's ad revenue for 2014 was flat compared to 2013; thanks in large part to sponsored content, growth in digital ads, and an ever-increasing digital subscriber base.
David Lieberman / Deadline:
Disney CEO Bob Iger mulling possible direct-to-consumer streaming services for ESPN, Marvel, and Star Wars  —  Bob Iger Hints At Streaming Service Plans For Marvel And ‘Star Wars’  —  The Disney CEO tossed in the possibility of new direct-to-consumer offerings in response to a question …
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Paul McNally / news:rewired:
Guardian digital chief Aron Pilhofer claims turning off comments is a ‘monumental mistake’, says BuzzFeed, others are ‘eating our lunch’  —  Guardian digital chief: Killing off comments ‘a monumental mistake’  —  The Guardian's executive editor for digital has described …
New York Times:
Reporter publishes leaked diary of James Brown's wife, now faces a subpoena seeking her notes to find her source  —  Reporter Fights to Air Diary of James Brown  —  NEWBERRY, S.C. — Sue Summer may seem at first glance an unlikely candidate to be involved in one of South Carolina's …
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Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
Gilbert Cruz named television editor at The New York Times  —  The New York Times Company  —  Gilbert Cruz, formerly the editorial director at Vulture.com, has been named television editor at The New York Times.  —  Cruz, who was a senior editor and staff writer at Time magazine before joining Vulture …
Brent Lang / Variety:
Aspire Entertainment, Newsweek Partner to Develop Magazine Stories for TV, Movies (EXCLUSIVE)  —  Aspire Entertainment has inked an exclusive two-year development deal with Newsweek to create and distribute films, TV series and other content on various platforms based on stories published in the magazine.
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab:
BuzzFeed grew its Latino audience the old-fashioned way: with content  —  BuzzFeed has had a goal for the past year: Grow its Latino audience.  Its mix of content did better among young whites than non-whites, and it was showing up in its traffic.  The site decided to take action …
Ryan Lawler / TechCrunch:
Epoxy Partners With MCNs To Measure And Extend The Reach Of YouTubers  —  Los Angeles-based Epoxy was founded with the idea of helping YouTubers to engage with audiences and track their reach on platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Vine.  Today the company is announcing …
Discussion: Wall Street Journal and LostRemote
Deron Lee / Columbia Journalism Review:
Meet the 22-year-old journalism prodigy shaking up Missouri political reporting  —  PoliticMo's Eli Yokley strives to fill the state's coverage gap—and finish college  —  It's not easy to steal a few minutes with PoliticMo's Eli Yokley.  —  His startup political news site …
Janko Roettgers / Gigaom:
Cable TV viewing declined by more than 12 percent in January  —  Looks like Netflix and other streaming services are starting to have an impact on traditional TV viewing: Total live TV ratings were down 12.7 percent year over year across the networks of major media companies …
Associated Press:
Egypt's most popular satirist Bassem Youssef joins Harvard, eight months after ending TV show over fears of personal safety  —  Bassem Youssef joins Harvard eight months after ending his TV show  —  Political satirist, who was often described as the Jon Stewart of Egypt, becomes a resident fellow
 
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