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8:45 PM ET, April 17, 2015

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Frances Robles / New York Times:
PR agency claiming to represent owner of cop-shooting video now charging one-time fee of $10K, sending news organizations cease and desist letters  —  Fee to Be Charged for Video of South Carolina Shooting, Publicist Says  —  NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. — The video of a North Charleston police officer shooting …
David McLaughlin / Bloomberg Business:
Sources: US Justice Department lawyers leaning against Comcast merger with Time Warner Cable, could submit recommendation next week  —  U.S. Antitrust Lawyers Said to Be Leaning Against Comcast Merger  —  Staff attorneys at the Justice Department's antitrust division are nearing a recommendation …
Caroline Davies / Guardian:
Operation Elveden: more journalists cleared of paying public officials  —  The Sun's Tom Wells, Neil Millard and Brandon Malinsky, and former Daily Mirror reporter Graham Brough not guilty of conspiring to commit misconduct in a public office  —  More journalists have been cleared …
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Joshua Rozenberg / Guardian:
Operation Elveden: Andy Coulson and eight other cases dropped by DPP  —  No evidence will be offered in case of nine journalists, including former editor of News of the World, facing trial over leaks from public officials  —  The director of public prosecutions is abandoning the future prosecutions …
James Cook / Business Insider:
Andy Chen, CEO of Jay Z's music streaming site, Tidal, exits company as 25 employees are “forced to leave”  —  The CEO of Jay Z's music streaming site Tidal has left the company  —  Andy Chen, CEO of Aspiro, the Swedish music streaming company acquired by rapper Jay Z for $56 million in March, has left the company.
David Uberti / Columbia Journalism Review:
Reuters' Baghdad bureau chief on why he fled Iraq  —  Once Ned Parker saw his face plastered across an Iraqi television channel, he knew he had to flee.  On April 3, Reuters' Baghdad bureau chief helped chronicle in gruesome detail the lynching of ISIS captives by government and paramilitary forces.
Discussion: @daviduberti and NPR
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Bill Trott / Reuters:   Iraqi PM seeks more security for Reuters bureau in Baghdad
Mari Yamaguchi / Associated Press:
Japan's ruling party questions execs from two TV networks about programs containing “distorted materials”, raising questions about press intimidation  —  Summons of Japanese media raises complaints of interference  —  TOKYO (AP) — Japan's ruling party summoned executives …
Discussion: Guardian
Stuart Dredge / Guardian:
YouTube competitor Vessel raises a $57.5M Series B round led by IVP, just weeks after launch  —  Vessel raises $57.5m funding to expand its ‘first window’ for YouTube creators  —  Silicon Valley heavyweight IVP joins US startup's investors, and predicts it could be as successful as Netflix and Twitter
Peter Kafka / Re/code:
Verizon offering FiOS TV packages with mix-and-match channel packs that viewers can swap out each month; plans start at $54.99  —  Verizon's New Pay TV Pitch Isn't A La Carte TV.  But It's Getting Closer.  —  People who say they hate paying for cable TV often say they only want to pay …
Jim Romenesko:
Daily Mail slaps Motherboard writer's byline on story, apparently to avoid plagiarism charges … Merchant tells Romenesko readers what happened and why his byline disappeared: … * Brian Merchant's “The girl who would live forever” (motherboard.vice.com)
Steven Perlberg / Wall Street Journal:
Netflix marketing shifts to focus more on original programs and international markets  —  How Netflix Is Shaking Up Its Marketing Strategy  —  Netflix is betting that consumers want to hear a little less about Netflix and a little more about “House of Cards.”
Matthew Wall / BBC:
Zuckerberg defends Internet.org after Indian companies pull out, says project not incompatible with net neutrality  —  Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg hits back in Internet.org India row  —  Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg believes Internet.org is not a threat to net neutrality
 
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Philip Wen / Sydney Morning Herald:
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Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
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