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7:05 PM ET, March 4, 2015

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New York Times:
Hillary Clinton's use of private email helped stonewall FOIA requests by Gawker and the Associated Press  —  Using Private Email, Hillary Clinton Thwarted Record Requests  —  WASHINGTON — In 2012, congressional investigators asked the State Department for a wide range of documents related …
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Hadas Gold / Politico:
AP considering legal action for Clinton docs  —  The Associated Press is considering legal action for extremely long delays on its Freedom of Information Act requests for records related to Hillary Clinton's tenure at the Department of State.  —  “We have not received any documents yet …
Discussion: The Daily Caller
J.K. Trotter / Gawker:
Longtime Clinton aide Philippe Reines exchanges barbs about FOIA and email records with reporters for Free Beacon and Gawker, copying in other reporters  —  So, Philippe Reines Sent Us an Email  —  Philippe Reines, the longtime aide to Hillary Clinton, sent Gawker a long note last night …
Michael Learmonth / International Business Times:
Sources: HBO's new streaming service to be called “HBO Now”, will cost $15/month, include Apple TV as launch partner  —  HBO In Talks With Apple To Be Launch Partner For Coming Web Service ‘HBO Now’: Exclusive  —  HBO is in talks with Apple to make Apple TV one of the launch partners …
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Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
Weak Tribune Publishing and Scripps earnings make the case for spinning off newspapers
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
AP will use software to write NCAA game stories  —  Automated Insights, a company that provides language generation software to The Associated Press and other organizations, announced Wednesday the news cooperative will use the software to produce thousands of stories about collegiate sports.
James King / Gawker:
Former Daily Mail US writer talks about the publication's dishonesty, sensationalism, plagiarism, more  —  My Year Ripping Off the Web with the Daily Mail Online  —  On July 11 of last year, I arrived to work at the MailOnline newsroom in New York City and saw Keith Poole, our managing editor, standing outside smoking a cigarette.
Guardian:
BBC to broadcast Delhi rape documentary banned in India on BBC4 tonight at 10pm  —  India's Daughter: BBC brings forward airing of Delhi rape documentary  —  Film on brutal attack on Jyoti Singh to be broadcast in UK on Wednesday night despite being banned by Indian authorities
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Annie Banerji / Agence France-Presse:
India bans broadcast of BBC film showing gang-rapist
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Brent Lang / Variety:
Major theater chains to boycott Netflix-owned drama over simultaneous streaming and theatrical release plans  —  Major Theater Chains to Boycott Netflix's ‘Beasts of No Nation’  —  Major theater chains will boycott the release of “Beasts of No Nation,” the Cary Fukunaga drama that Netflix bought …
Keach Hagey / Wall Street Journal:
Interview with Hearst exec Steve Swartz on investment in business media, spinouts, and streaming  —  Cosmo Aside, Information Is Sexy for Hearst  —  Magazine and TV giant invests in business media and young digital brands  —  As chief executive of Hearst Corp., Steve Swartz leads …
Discussion: Media Wire Daily and FishbowlNY
Clifford Coonan / Hollywood Reporter:
China Monthly Box Office Tops U.S. for First Time Ever  —  Chinese box-office revenue edged ahead of the United States in February for the first time ever as a record Lunar New Year bonanza brought in $650 million in the second-largest movie market, according to data from research firm Entgroup.
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Rupert Murdoch's UK company pays out over email hacking claim  —  British-Irish Rights Watch wins confidential settlement over legal action  —  It has emerged that a legal claim over email hacking made against Rupert Murdoch's former UK outfit, News International, has been quietly settled.
Discussion: @themurdochtimes and @brehonisbest
Nate Rau / The Tennessean:
US legislators reintroduce Songwriter Equity Act that allows royalty rate board more leeway in setting digital rates  —  Songwriter Equity Act introduced again in Congress  —  A bipartisan coalition of lawmakers on Wednesday introduced legislation designed to give songwriters and publishers more favorable digital royalty payments.
 
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