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3:35 AM ET, March 24, 2015

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New York Times:
Facebook to test new format for hosting publisher content within months, initial partners include NYT, BuzzFeed, NatGeo  —  Facebook May Host News Sites' Content  —  Nothing attracts news organizations like Facebook.  And nothing makes them more nervous.
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Kevin Clark / Wall Street Journal:
NFL to sell national rights for Jaguars-Bills game to a streaming company, allowing local TV broadcast only in Jacksonville and Buffalo  —  NFL to Broadcast a Game Nationally Via Internet Only  —  Move marks first time league will air national broadcast solely by streaming
NDTV News:
Indian Supreme Court upholds freedom of speech online, scraps controversial censorship law  —  Freedom of Speech Online: Section 66 A is Struck Down by Supreme Court  —  NEW DELHI: In a verdict set to have a major impact on internet freedom in India, the Supreme Court has scrapped a controversial law …
Susan Currie Sivek / Mediashift:
‘Netflix for Magazines’ Services Explain Why They're Not Doomed  —  It must be depressing to hear so many people say that your company's business model has no future.  —  Some magazine industry observers have recently said that the “all-you-can-read” or “Netflix for magazines” subscription model is doomed.
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Amazon Prime Music adds ad-free streaming music stations with unlimited skips to iOS app  —  Amazon Prime Music Takes On Pandora With Addition Of “Prime Stations” On iOS  —  Prime Music, Amazon's free music streaming service for Prime members, has been upgraded on mobile today with a new feature …
Michelle Castillo / Adweek:
Bleacher Report developing strategy to keep readers engaged throughout March Madness  —  Can Bleacher Report Keep Readers Tuned In After Their March Madness Brackets Are Busted?  —  For Turner Broadcasting System-owned Bleacher Report, March Madness marks its biggest ad revenue event of the year.
Jane Waterhouse / Guardian:
The Hoopla, an indie Australian site aimed at women over 40, closes as News Corp launches RendezView and Bauer plans new women's site  —  The Hoopla is closing but it didn't fail.  The market failed smart women  —  At The Hoopla, we treated our audience as intelligent human beings with a sense of humour.
Owen Williams / The Next Web:
Twitch accounts were compromised, passwords for all users reset  —  Uh oh, game streaming service Twitch has posted a short notice to its blog warning that there “may have been” some unauthorized access to some Twitch user information.  —  It says that affected users will be contacted directly with additional details.
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Sun newspaper source in Ministry of Defence Bettina Jordan-Barber jailed for leaking stories  —  MoD ‘mole’ Bettina Jordan-Barber jailed over Sun leaks  —  Ministry strategist sentenced to 12 months imprisonment after leaking stories to paper about army failures in war zones, sexual misconduct and disciplinary cases
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Chris Thompson / Poynter:
Reporters use Yik Yak to get instant audience take on Ted Cruz's big campaign speech  —  Vox Bloomberg Politics The Washington Post  —  Earlier this morning, Senator Ted Cruz declared his candidacy for President of the United States before a packed auditorium at Liberty University.
 
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Nick Robins-Early / The Guardian:
Insurer Parametrix estimates that the global outage sparked by CrowdStrike's faulty update will cost US Fortune 500 companies, excluding Microsoft, $5.4B

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Some in Silicon Valley hope Kamala Harris could provide a chance for a reset, after years of bipartisan criticism in Washington, DC, toward Big Tech companies

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