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3:40 AM ET, March 5, 2015

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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 …
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.
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 …
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Hadas Gold / Politico:
AP considering legal action for Clinton docs
New York Times:
Hillary Clinton's use of private email helped stonewall FOIA requests by Gawker and the Associated Press
Pew Research Center:
Case studies of how local news flows in three cities: Denver, Colo., Macon, Ga., and Sioux City, Iowa  —  Local News in a Digital Age  —  Whether in a tech-savvy metropolis or a city where the town square is still the communication hub, local news matters deeply to the lives of residents.
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.
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
Weak Tribune Publishing and Scripps earnings make the case for spinning off newspapers  —  Tribune Publishing and E.W. Scripps this morning reported disappointing fourth quarter revenues from newspaper operations, matching the pattern established by other public companies.
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Jonathan Stray / Nieman Lab:
Editorial products that haven't been built: what readers can do, moderation for hard discussions, good personalized news, systematic government coverage, more  —  Take two steps back from journalism: What are the editorial products we're not building?  —  The traditional goal of news is to say what just happened.
Morgan Eichensehr / American Journalism Review:
Behind #InTheirWords, a USA Today interactive storytelling project about race  —  Here's One Way to Tell Stories About Race: Remove the Journalists  —  Editor's Note: This article is part of Storybase, a series of occasional articles exploring new forms of interactive storytelling.
Lene Bech Sillesen / Columbia Journalism Review:
Examining the power of Pop-Up Magazine and whether journalism turned into performances still qualifies as journalism  —  The power of Pop-Up Magazine's live journalism  —  ON A NOVEMBER NIGHT LAST YEAR, a group of journalists and artists gathered around a conference table backstage …
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 …
Randy Kennedy / New York Times:
Jerry Saltz, New York Magazine Art Critic, Suspended From Facebook  —  Elizabeth D. Herman for The New York Times  —  For the last eight years the veteran New York magazine art critic Jerry Saltz has built a lively and enviable following on Facebook, which he has described as his 21st-century version …
Discussion: @tomgara, @edmundlee and The Verge
Stuart Dredge / Music Ally:
Interview with Patreon CEO Jack Conte on the impact of ad-funded models on artists, and the importance of Amanda Palmer's new campaign  —  As Amanda Palmer joins Patreon, CEO Jack Conte tells us why (interview)  —  “What most people don't really understand is that all content creators …
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Brian Fung / Washington Post:
Netflix tries to explain its apparent sudden flip-flop on net neutrality  —  A top Netflix exec is probably wishing he'd stayed in bed.  —  The company's chief financial officer, David Wells, told an investor conference Wednesday that Netflix isn't “pleased” about the Federal Communications …
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Annie Banerji / Agence France-Presse:
India bans broadcast of BBC film showing gang-rapist
 
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Lucia Moses / Digiday:
Ads don't always load on infinite scroll sites and page views, engagement may not be increased
Brent Lang / Variety:
Major theater chains to boycott Netflix-owned drama over simultaneous streaming and theatrical release plans
T.R. Goldman / Columbia Journalism Review:
The Tampa Bay Times, with a distinguished history and multiple Pulitzers, must achieve financial stability and accelerate its digital transition to survive
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Peter Sterne / Capital New York:
The Baffler names Noah McCormack publisher
Discussion: @silvermanjacob and FishbowlNY
William Turvill / Press Gazette:
Newsquest's pro-Scottish independence title The National launches website behind metered paywall
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Colombian radio journalist murdered, the second to die in three weeks