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11:45 AM ET, May 5, 2015

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Washpostpr / Washington Post:
Washington Post testing ways to extend tablet experience to mobile web for select readers, new site and mobile apps to be released for all by late summer  —  The Washington Post to test new web experience for expanding readership  —  Following success of tablet app launched last year, Post considers extending to the web
Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab:
The Upshot at The New York Times used IP addresses to deliver a story rewritten for specific locations  —  The Upshot uses geolocation to push readers deeper into data  —  When you're writing about how place — be that a neighborhood or a city — affects a child's chances of getting out of poverty …
Todd Cunningham / The Wrap:
Disney tops expectations in Q2 with $2.1B in revenue and a 14% YoY increase in EPS to $1.23  —  Disney Stock Hits All-Time High After Surprisingly Strong Q2 Results  —  The Walt Disney Company's stock soared to an all-time high Tuesday after it reported better-than-expected earnings …
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
Discovery Communications Q1 Profit Rises 8.7% On Distribution Revenue  —  Discovery Communications said first-quarter profit rose 8.7% as the company was able to increase the amount of revenue it gleans from distributing its programming via cable and satellite outlets, even as advertising revenue …
Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY:
Hearst Magazines International names Rudy Konyushkov as chief technology officer  —  Hearst Magazines International Names Chief Technology Officer  —  Hearst Magazines International (HMI) has named Rudy Konyushkov chief technology officer.  Konyushkov will continue to serve as CTO of Hearst Shkulev Media …
Matthew Zeitlin / BuzzFeed:
McSweeney's Looks To Raise $150,000 Through Kickstarter  —  Literary publications are going directly to their readers for funds — and the Eggers empire is looking to raise the most.  —  The San Francisco publishing house/literary magazine/quarterly/humor website/podcast empire McSweeney's …
Ben Fox Rubin / CNET:
Amazon partners with JetBlue to offer Prime video as in-flight entertainment  —  Amazon Prime video to stream aloft with JetBlue  —  The deal marks Amazon's first content partnership with an airline carrier.  The service comes later this year.
Michelle Castillo / Adweek:
Machinima Is Ready to Own the Comic and Gamer Audience  —  When it comes to digital content for die-hard millennial fans of gaming, comics and other geek-out subjects, Machinima is one of the top purveyors in the space.  However, even though it was one of the early multi-channel networks …
Ryan Gajewski / Hollywood Reporter:
Joshua Ozersky, Grub Street Founding Editor, Dies at 47  —  Food writer Joshua Ozersky was found dead on Monday at a Chicago hotel, the Chicago Tribune reports.  He was 47.  —  Ozersky, who was in Chicago to cover the James Beard Awards, was pronounced dead on the scene at 11:40 a.m …
Catalina Albeanu / Journalism.co.uk:
A founding editor of Tech City News launches The Memo in UK, aiming for accessible tech news using curation and original stories, including election monitor  —  The Memo to explain ‘at a glance’ why technology news matters  —  New site launched this week aiming to offer a bigger picture …
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
Comcast spent $336M on failed attempt to buy Time Warner Cable; TWC spent $219M  —  Comcast spent $336 million on failed attempt to buy Time Warner Cable  —  And Time Warner Cable spent $219 million of its own.  —  Comcast spent $336 million over the past year-plus on its failed attempt to acquire Time Warner Cable.
Discussion: @shen and Variety
Chris Heller / The Atlantic:
The Business of The Onion: How America's Best Satirical News Source Makes Money … The Onion had a problem: It fell behind the times.  The mock newspaper hadn't printed an issue on actual paper since 2013, and in the period since, it never redesigned its website.
Discussion: bookforum.com and AdExchanger
Jordan Chariton / The Wrap:
Al Jazeera America CEO Fires Back at ‘Absurd’ $15 Million Anti-Semitism, Gender Bias Suit  —  Al Jazeera America interim CEO Ehab Al Shihabi fired back at a lawsuit filed last week that alleges anti-semitism and gender bias toward a former employee.  —  “The recent attacks on us as being anti-Semitic …
Discussion: Variety
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Todd Spangler / Variety:
Hulu Pacts with 5 More Cable Operators to Resell Subscription-Video Service
Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
DirecTV Q1 revenue up 4% to $8.14B, 60K new subs added
Jeff Baumgartner / Multichannel News:
Comcast releases Xfinity Share app, which lets X1 subscribers live stream and share photos and videos to set tops and mobile phones; available for iOS, Android
Neil Midgley / Guardian:
Sky News and BBC News channel face digital-driven reorganisations as they struggle to keep up with the speed of social media
Discussion: @jonathanhaynes
Jonathan Mahler / New York Times:
Campaign Coverage via Snapchat Could Shake Up the 2016 Elections
Discussion: @mccollumashley
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
By hosting live events, former magazine editor Tina Brown practices “theatrical journalism”
Discussion: @choire
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Todd Spangler / Variety:
Condé Nast Names Joy Marcus, Former Head of Dailymotion, General Manager of Digital Video
Discussion: WWD and FishbowlNY
Caysey Welton / MinOnline:
Time Inc. hires JT Kostman as its first Chief Data Officer
Discussion: Capital New York