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4:10 PM ET, February 19, 2015

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Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
Dean Baquet: NYT will retire 'system of pitching stories for the print Page 1′  —  This memo just went out to staffers from New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet:
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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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Martin Beck / Marketing Land:
YouTube sees 50% annual growth in views for the last three years, despite Facebook's focus on video  —  YouTube Says Growth Is Still Strong Despite Push From Facebook  —  YouTube's head of content says the video giant has seen 50% annual growth in views for the last three years …
Simon Bowers / Guardian:
Telegraph owners' £250m HSBC loan raises fresh questions over coverage  —  Barclay brothers secured loan for loss-making company shortly before Telegraph reporters were allegedly discouraged from running articles critical of HSBC  —  The owners of the Daily Telegraph secured …
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Tim Baysinger / Broadcasting & Cable:
Exclusive: ABC News Launches on Xbox One  —  First U.S. news app on the gaming platform  —  ABC News has launched on the Xbox One, becoming the first U.S. news app to take residence on the gaming console.  —  The launch is tied to ABC's coverage of the 87th Academy Awards that will air live on Sunday night.
Discussion: LostRemote, The Wrap, ABC News and ABC News
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
Politico's Rachel Van Dongen leaves for The Washington Post  —  Politico deputy managing editor Rachel Van Dongen is leaving for The Washington Post, where she'll “lead a new initiative for the National desk,” The Washington Post announced Thursday.  —  Van Dongen left the Post to join Politico …
Discussion: Washington Post and @poynter
Rob Price / Business Insider:
Ashton Kutcher's A+ is now one of 50 biggest US sites, with editorial staff of 10, Bacardi and Lenovo as sponsors, and a plan to add celebrity-controlled pages  —  Inside Ashton Kutcher's celebrity-powered viral media empire, which no one knows exists  —  Ashton Kutcher owns …
Anthony Ha / TechCrunch:
BuzzFeed buys mobile “visual conversation” startup GoPop, previously called Zeega and part of media accelerator Matter's first class  —  BuzzFeed Expands Mobile Team By Acquiring “Visual Conversation” Startup GoPop  —  BuzzFeed just announced that it's acquiring San Francisco startup GoPop.
Liam Corcoran / The Whip:
Five news sites that are seeing growth in Facebook engagement: NPR, Time, NatGeo, The Verge, and Manchester Evening News  —  News Sites Are Seeing Growth In Facebook Engagements Too  —  We look at the performance of five sites that don't feature in our monthly rankings …
Discussion: @reckless and @sarahllester
Romain Dillet / TechCrunch:
Secret Media Makes Ad Blockers Useless To Display Those Sweet, Sweet Pre-Roll Video Ads  —  Chances are that you installed an ad blocking software to skip YouTube's pre-roll video ads.  But now, many media companies suffer from these ad blockers and have no choice but to switch to a freemium model …
Discussion: Digiday
Agence France-Presse:
Celebrations in Burundi after radio journalist Bob Rugurika is released from jail ahead of elections  —  Thousands rally after Burundi journalist released  —  2 hrs ago  —  Bujumbura (Burundi) (AFP) - Thousands marched through Burundi's capital Thursday in one of the largest demonstrations …
James Doleman / The Drum:
Jury banned from watching BBC Royal family doc during trial of Sun journalists  —  An Old Bailey jury was told today that watching a BBC documentary about the Royal family and the media could lead to them being sent to prison.  —  Mr Justice Saunders, who is presiding over the trial …
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
The Independent expands its digital presence to the States  —  Newspaper creates ‘web office’ in New York as online traffic increases  —  The Independent has opened a “web office” in the United States.  Andrew Buncombe, the paper's former Washington correspondent, has become US digital editor.
 
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Jon Boone / Guardian:
Dissenting voices silenced in Pakistan's war of the web
Discussion: @mustafa_qadri
Australian Associated Press:
Fairfax profits fall 86% due to restructuring; firm plans to buy back about 5% of shares
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Caroline O'Donovan / Nieman Lab:
Media accelerator Matter tries to connect an entrepreneurial ethos to traditional media companies
Guardian:
How Google determined our right to be forgotten
Discussion: @derechosdigital
Alyssa Bereznak / Yahoo News:
With Vines, tweets and listicles, IS spreads its hateful message.  Can the West find a way to fight back?
Discussion: TVNewser and @alexmleo
Peter Maass / The Intercept:
How the Espionage Act landed mid-level official Stephen Kim in jail for talking with reporter James Rosen about a classified document