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12:50 AM ET, February 19, 2015

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Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
The new New York Times Magazine launches Sunday with 220 pages, up 33 pages over previous year; eBay bought all digital ad inventory  —  The new New York Times Magazine  —  At the end of 2013, six months before her executive editorship of The New York Times came to a screeching halt …
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Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
NYT Magazine redesigns Ethicist as podcast featuring Politico's Jack Shafer, novelist Amy Bloom, and law prof Kenji Yoshino, print column as edited transcript
Jason Del Rey / Re/code:
Pandora testing a message service that lets artists send audio messages to fans  —  Pandora to Let Music Artists Like Lenny Kravitz Send Audio Messages to Fans  —  Even Pandora wants in on the messaging boom.  —  The music streaming service is launching a pilot test this week …
Discussion: The Next Web
Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
CNN/ORC poll: 52% say Brian Williams should be allowed back on  —  A new CNN/ORC poll shows a sharp divide in the country's reactions to Brian Williams' six-month suspension from “NBC Nightly News.”  —  A slim majority, 52% of respondents, said NBC News should allow Williams to return to his anchor chair.
Murtaza Hussain / The Intercept:
Out on Bail, Al Jazeera Journalist Mohammed Fahmy Speaks from Cairo  —  In December 2013, Al Jazeera English Bureau Chief Mohammed Fahmy was arrested in Cairo, alongside colleagues Peter Greste and Baher Mohamed, on charges of supporting the banned Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood.
Discussion: @the_intercept
Caroline O'Donovan / Nieman Lab:
Media accelerator Matter tries to connect an entrepreneurial ethos to traditional media companies  —  Matter, the public-media startup accelerator in San Francisco that began as a collaboration between PRX, the Knight Foundation, and KQED, is ramping up for a busy 2015.
John McDermott / Digiday:
Tumblr drives approximately 1M referrals per month to Mic's website, twice as many as Twitter  —  How Mic turned Tumblr into a big traffic driver  —  A little more than a year ago, Mic (then still known as PolicyMic) had just a few hundred followers on Tumblr and was doing nothing but reblogging posts from other accounts.
Brooks Barnes / New York Times:
Entertainment firm Whalerock creates online and app-based channels for celebrities to supplement traditional media with paid and free programming  —  Coming Soon: Celebrity Web Networks From the Media Company Whalerock  —  SANTA MONICA, Calif. — An under-the-radar media company …
Discussion: Variety
New York Post:
Former Fortune editor Andy Serwer to head Yahoo! Finance  —  Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer has been hiring big names in journalism to beef up its Web properties.  —  Former Fortune Editor Andy Serwer said he is returning to his “digital roots” as the new head of Yahoo! Finance.
Ina Fried / Re/code:
YouTube Content Chief Says Growth Accelerating Despite Increased Competition From Facebook (Video)  —  The head of YouTube content says that Google's Web video service has seen its growth accelerate despite the rise of competition from Facebook and others.  —  Speaking Wednesday …
Discussion: Marketing Land and @emersongreg
Alyssa Bereznak / Yahoo News:
With Vines, tweets and listicles, IS spreads its hateful message.  Can the West find a way to fight back?  —  Yahoo News 6 hrs ago  —  When Robin Williams died last August, people around the world rushed online to mourn the loss of the actor.  “Oh dear God.  The wonderful Robin Williams has gone,” Bette Midler tweeted.
Discussion: TVNewser, @alexmleo, RT and PandoDaily
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
Rick Green will be publisher of The Cincinnati Enquirer  —  Rick Green, president and publisher of The Des Moines Register, will become president and publisher of the The Cincinnati Enquirer, Gannett announced Wednesday.  —  Green will also become regional president of Gannett U.S. Community Publishing, according to the press release.
Guardian:
How Google determined our right to be forgotten  —  Google has acted as judge, jury and executioner in the wake of Europe's right to be forgotten ruling.  But what does society lose when a private corporation rules public information?  —  Mario Costeja González spent five years fighting …
 
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Australian Associated Press:
Fairfax profits fall 86% due to restructuring; firm plans to buy back about 5% of shares
Dawn Chmielewski / Re/code:
Vessel Strikes Deal With Universal Music for Exclusive Access to Some Music Videos
Discussion: VideoInk, Re/code and PR Newswire
Adam Schreck / Associated Press:
Iranian court blocking lawyer from meeting with jailed Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian
Matthew Lasar / The Nation:
Once a beacon of progressive radio, Pacifica is now beset by financial woes and infighting
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Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab:
The New York Times en español: An experiment is putting Times stories in front of Spanish-speaking readers
Jeff John Roberts / Gigaom:
BuzzFeed, NPR, WaPo, Guardian, and others support Twitter's challenge to Patriot Act gag orders
Discussion: The Hill
Andy / TorrentFreak:
Tumblr users say service is tightening enforcement of rules against music copyright infringement
Discussion: hypebot and Plagiarism Today
Associated Press:
US envoy: Mexican government must ensure journalists' safety