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9:10 AM ET, May 19, 2015

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Daisuke Wakabayashi / Wall Street Journal:
After nearly a decade of research, Apple shelved plans over a year ago for the TV set that Carl Icahn expects it to release in 2016  —  Behind Apple's Move to Shelve TV Plans  —  Apple had dropped its TV plans, but investor Carl Icahn sees the firm entering the market next year
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David Lieberman / Deadline:
In open letter to Tim Cook, Icahn trumpets big market for Apple in television, for hardware and streaming
Discussion: Quartz
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David Heinemann / Index on Censorship:   Malaysian cartoonist Zunar trial to begin May 20, faces nine charges and 43 years in prison
Dylan Byers / Politico:
Bill O'Reilly denies Gawker report of domestic abuse stemming from sealed divorce case documents  —  Bill O'Reilly: Domestic abuse allegation ‘100% false’  —  Bill O'Reilly says the allegation that he physically assaulted his ex-wife is ‘100% false.’  —  “All allegations against me in …
John Plunkett / Guardian:
Capital and LBC owner Global Radio advised stations to drop HSBC story  —  UK's largest commercial radio group cited ‘editorial reasons’ for pausing coverage of how bank's Swiss banking arm helped wealthy customers dodge taxes  —  The UK's largest commercial radio group, Global Radio …
Discussion: @matthewwells
Brian Murphy / Washington Post:
Trial of Washington Post's Teheran bureau chief Jason Rezaian, detained in Iran for 10 months, begins next week  —  Lawyer: Trial of Post reporter held in Iran set to begin next week  —  Jason Rezaian's journey has taken him from a childhood in San Francisco to his father's native Iran.
Mark Joyella / TVNewser:
CNN iReport removes submitted videos that were used as publicity for the world's largest college diploma mill, Axact  —  CNN Removes iReport Videos Linked to ‘Breathtaking Scam’  —  CNN has removed user-generated videos iReport videos linked to a Pakistani company suspected of running one of the world's largest diploma mills.
Associated Press:
Mother of Austin Tice, US reporter missing in Syria, pleads for information about him  —  Mother of US reporter missing in Syria pleads for answers  —  BEIRUT (AP) — The mother of an American journalist missing in Syria for nearly three years has pleaded for information about him.
Discussion: @clarissaward
Dylan Tweney / VentureBeat:
Consumer groups update FTC complaint against Google to include allegations of adult content on YouTube Kids  —  Google's ‘kid-friendly’ app YouTube Kids shows some very grown-up videos  —  Two consumer groups have found some pretty appallingly adult content in Google's ostensibly child-friendly video app, YouTube Kids.
 
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Yves Gacon / AFP Correspondent:
Profile of Anna Kipper or “Doña Anna”, AFP's first female bureau chief in Bogota in 1946
Janko Roettgers / Variety:
Starbucks Teams Up With Spotify For In-Store Music, Loyalty Program
D.B. Hebbard / Talking New Media:
Hearst magazines update all 20 Newsstand apps; Road & Track's different direction (landscape)
Matthew Lynley / TechCrunch:
Videopixie, A Video Production Startup That Connects Buyers And Creators, Raises $1.1M
Discussion: @newsycombinator
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Valentina I. Valentini / Fast Company:
Refinery29 Already Has 25 Million Fans, Now It Wants To Win At Sundance
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Over-The-Top Streaming Video Services To Surge To 330 Million+ Subscribers By 2019
Discussion: AdExchanger
Orr Hirschauge / Wall Street Journal:
China's Baidu invests in content recommendation platform Taboola, sources say around $20-30M
Discussion: @stittr
Richard Waters / Financial Times:
Tech and media groups draw battle lines for mobile superiority
Nikki Finke:
Nikki Finke launches Hollywood Dementia, a new paywalled site publishing fiction by Hollywood insiders, will charge readers $1 per post