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3:10 AM ET, May 30, 2015


 Top News: 
Alan Rusbridger / Guardian:
Alan Rusbridger reflects on 20 years as editor of the Guardian  —  ‘Farewell, readers’: Alan Rusbridger on leaving the Guardian after two decades at the helm  —  After 20 years as editor, Alan Rusbridger is stepping down.  Here he reflects on two decades of sweeping change …
Quinn Norton / Medium:
Security journalist admits to hypocrisy of enabling tracking visitors, but holds hope for a better Internet through collective pushback and digital literacy  —  The Hypocrisy of the Internet Journalist  —  I'm selling you out as hard as I can,  —  and I'm sorry.
Discussion: @russpitts
Chris Lee / Ars Technica:
Creating fake research to show gullibility of science journalism is ethically wrong  —  Is it OK to generate a fake news story to make a point?  No  —  Op-ed: Journalist thinks it's fine to fool millions in order to make a point.  —  It may come as a surprise to regular readers, but I like the modern era of science.
Discussion: NPR, Techdirt and Forbes
Romain Dillet / TechCrunch:
Glose Brings Its Social Ebook Reader To Android, Adds Free Excerpts  —  Glose is a brand new take on ebook reading for phones and tablets.  Yet, until today, one thing was crucially missing — Android support.  Today, the company is launching its app on Android phones and tablets.
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
CBS News' Erin Moriarty Spent 16 Years On Murder Case For ‘48 Hours’  —  Most reporters spend days, maybe a few weeks, on an important story.  Erin Moriarty worked more than 16 years.  —  Moriarty will present new information on CBS' “48 Hours” Saturday night that she hopes will prompt officials …
Discussion: TVNewser
New York Times:
Irish media silenced by legal threats from reporting claims in Ireland's parliament about media mogul Denis O'Brien's favorable loan rates  —  Clash Between Irish Billionaire and Broadcaster Reopens Wounds  —  LONDON — When the financial crash hit in 2008, it plunged Ireland …
James B. Stewart / New York Times:
Netflix's invisible hand in policy and mergers means it keeps finding itself on the same side as regulators  —  How Netflix Keeps Finding Itself on the Same Side as Regulators  —  Whatever the outcome of the latest proposed mergers and acquisitions in the media industry …
Discussion: LostRemote, @fmanjoo and mUmBRELLA
Craig Silverman / American Press Institute:
The best practices for innovation within news organizations  —  Innovation.  —  It's a word thrown around at lot in journalism today.  There are innovation editors, teams, vice presidents, programs, and chairs at journalism schools.  The New York Times produced a widely dissected internal innovation report.
Catalina Albeanu /
Social journalism site The Blasting News filters contributions, discourages clickbait, and pays writers  —  The Blasting News model for social journalism  —  This ‘meritocratic’ online magazine started out in Italy in 2013 and now has a presence in 34 countries  —  Credit: By wwarby on Flickr.
Discussion: Journalism News
Alexandra Steigrad / WWD:
Time Inc. to introduce paywalls beginning with Entertainment Weekly, other titles to follow this summer  —  Time Inc. Rolls Out Paid Content Plan  —  Time Inc. is rolling out a digital paid content strategy beginning with Entertainment Weekly.  —  According to the New York-based publisher …
Teresa Mioli / Journalism in the Americas:
Mexican journalist released 20 days after kidnapping  —  Radio journalist Bernardo Javier Cano Torres of Iguala has been released after being held by kidnappers for 20 days, according to local media reports.  —  On the morning of May 7, Cano and three other people were abducted from a van …
Damon Linker / The Week:
Vox continues to get news wrong because it's a liberal website that portrays itself as above and beyond partisanship  —  Is ISIS still losing?  Why Vox keeps getting the news wrong.  —  When Ezra Klein joined together with Matthew Yglesias and a handful of similarly hard-working …
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Telegraph Media Group delivers operating profits of £54.9m
Discussion: Guardian
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Amazon Debuts A $99 Kindle Bundle For Kids Including An E-Reader, Cover And Warranty
Melody Kramer /
Public media content should be licensed under Creative Commons to spread impact and coverage
Alexandra Alter / New York Times:
Chinese and US book publishers are signing distribution deals but authors remain wary of censorship
Lucia Moses / Digiday:
Only 17% of BuzzFeed's 76.7M unique visitors in April came for news
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Nick Gass / Politico:
Here's what's in Ben Bradlee's FBI file
Discussion: @hadas_gold
Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab:
Tulsa's The Frontier to feature local investigative reporting and a $30/month paywall