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1:15 PM ET, March 5, 2015

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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.
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Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab:
New Pew report: In cities big and small, readers still rely on traditional media for local news  —  If you're looking for the latest information on local weather, crime, or education, the place you turn for news likely depends on the options around you.  In a targeted look at how residents read …
Guardian:
Katharine Viner wins staff ballot for Guardian editor  —  Ballot result means Viner is guaranteed place on shortlist of candidates to succeed Alan Rusbridger  —  Staff of the Guardian and Observer have voted in favour of Katharine Viner, the current editor-in-chief of Guardian US …
Michael Zhang / PetaPixel:
World Press Photo Strips Giovanni Troilo of His First Prize Win for Misrepresenting Photo  —  In a surprising turn of events, the World Press Photo organization has announced that it will be withdrawing the 1st prize award it had given photographer Giovanni Troilo for his Contemporary Issues series “The Dark Heart of Europe.”
BBC:
India threatens BBC over rapist interview  —  India's home minister has threatened action against the BBC, after it aired a film in the UK featuring an interview with an Indian rapist on death row.  —  Rajnath Singh said he would investigate whether “norms have been violated”.
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Lucia Moses / Digiday:
Business Insider to launch a standalone consumer tech site in Q3  —  Business Insider plans spinoff consumer tech site  —  Flush with new funding, Business Insider is planning to launch a new site devoted to consumer technology that will attempt to expand its audience beyond business readers, Digiday has learned.
Discussion: @digiday and @lmoses
Sam Gustin / Motherboard:
Republican congresswoman Marsha Blackburn reintroduces bill to block FCC from implementing net neutrality rules  —  And Here Is the Bill Attempting to Roll Back the New Net Neutrality Rules  —  Marsha Blackburn, the conservative Republican lawmaker from Tennessee, has reintroduced legislation …
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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, the last day I arrived to work at the MailOnline newsroom in New York City and saw Keith Poole …
Richard Deitsch / SI.com:
An in-depth look at ESPN Audio and the future of sports talk radio  —  One of my most vivid memories of my childhood is sneaking a small radio into bed at night and spinning the AM dial in hopes of landing on sporting event.  Like many sports fans of my era, I often fell asleep to the sounds …
Melody Kramer / Poynter:
Interview with Northwestern sophomore Alex Duner, who has built a dozen interactive news apps, on his workflow, products, coding, and news  —  Alex Duner has written a dozen interactive news apps.  Up next?  Graduating college.  —  Alex Duner has mapped the diversity of the Chicago Public School District …
Discussion: @jeremybowers and @asduner
Phil Gallo / Billboard:
Fuse Media Announces Launch of FM, New Music-Focused Network  —  The company behind the Fuse and NUVOtv networks will launch in the fall a new network, to be called FM, with music at its core and a focus on up-and-coming, young talent.  Programming will be announced at a later date.
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 …
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
Turkish journalist arrested over military coup scoop he wrote in 2010  —  He faces eight years in jail on a charge of obtaining classified documents  —  Turkish investigative journalist Mehmet Baransu has been arrested and charged with obtaining secret state documents.  —  The allegations against him are extraordinary.
 
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