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1:40 PM ET, June 2, 2015

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Sydney Ember / New York Times:
Mic hires NPR News executive editor Madhulika Sikka in same role, raises $17M led by Lightspeed Venture Partners  —  Madhulika Sikka Leaving NPR News to Join Mic, a News Site  —  Madhulika Sikka, the top editor at NPR News, is leaving the organization for Mic, a news site aimed …
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Let Irish media report MP's comments, Denis O'Brien lawyers tell court  —  RTÉ says tycoon has made ‘spectacular climbdown’ after row over remarks made under parliamentary privilege  —  The Irish mobile and media tycoon Denis O'Brien has said he never intended to gag a politician …
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Fiona Gartland / The Irish Times:
Court order was not intended to stop reporting of Dáil statements, says judge
Discussion: @marklittlenews
Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
CBS newsman Bob Schieffer to become a fellow at Harvard's Shorenstein Centre, studying the 2016 presidential election  —  Bob Schieffer heads to the Ivy League, accepts Harvard fellowship  —  One of Bob Schieffer's first stops after stepping down from the “Face the Nation” moderators chair will be Harvard University.
Discussion: Politico and Poynter
Ricardo Bilton / Digiday:
Former NYT director of audience development Kareem Ahmed introduces NYC.TV, a platform for local video makers, and a discovery tool for viewers  —  NYC.TV goes local to fix the video discovery problem  —  Putting a video online is easier than it has ever been, but good luck getting people to watch it.
Discussion: @digiday
Jeff Gordinier / New York Times:
Serious Eats and Roadfood Are Sold to Fexy Media  —  Here's more evidence that cheap eats have become big business.  —  Serious Eats and Roadfood, two food-focused websites that are largely associated with the gastronomic delights found at diners, noodle shops, pizzerias …
Discussion: GeekWire, @niemanlab and Eater
Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke / The New York Observer:
Business Insider deleted posts about Elon Musk after his biographer publicly complained that the news organization was mining his book for posts  —  Business Insider Deleted Elon Musk Posts After Bio Author Complained  —  Business Insider removed several posts from its site after the author …
Mic Wright / The Next Web:
Build your own Netflix: Vimeo On Demand introduces monthly subscriptions  —  Video makers have been able to offer their creations for sale or rent through Vimeo On Demand since 2013.  Now, the video platform has introduced a recurring monthly subscription option.
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Fusion Launches F-Comedy Digital Studio with YouTube, Upright Citizens Brigade and More  —  Fusion, the multiplatform network from ABC News and Univision Communications aimed at millennials, is going for grins and giggles on YouTube and other platforms with the launch of digital comedy studio F-Comedy.
Discussion: Hollywood Reporter
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Journalists Meet To Discuss Frustration With Clinton Campaign's Control Over Access And Information  —  NEW YORK — Journalists covering Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign met for nearly two hours in Washington on Monday to discuss concerns about what they believe is inadequate access …
Cale Guthrie Weissman / Business Insider:
Sources: nearly all of Medium's sites are undergoing major upheavals; employees quiet on changes due to NDA  —  Medium, the publishing platform started by one of Twitter's cofounders, is gutting some of its most popular sites  —  Two weeks ago, publishing platform Medium …
Lauren Johnson / Adweek:
AOL Debuts Makeover That's All About Mobile Video and Social-Friendly Content  —  AOL is unveiling a data-driven site overhaul today that should give marketers a sense of how it will zero in on mobile video and branded content as it plots its future.  —  The revamp comes less than a month …
Guardian US / Medium:
Guardian's The Counted uses verified crowdsourced information to create a database of people killed by law enforcement in the US  —  The Counted: how the Guardian is counting every person killed by US police—with the internet's help … What is The Counted?
 
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Times executive editor Roger Alton leaves paper after five years
Jessica Klein / VideoInk:
Vimeo Collabs with VOD, Theatrical Distributors on Release of Action Sports Doc
Christian Caryl / Foreign Policy:
How three Costa Rican reporters upended the nation's political system through data reporting
Discussion: @martinstabe
Sarah Shaffi / The Bookseller:
US e-book sales drop 6% in 2014 to 223M, down from 240M in 2013
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Alyson Shontell / Business Insider:
Sources: Re/code valued at $15-20M in Vox deal, which was based on Vox's November valuation of $380M; Re/code projected to generate revenues of $12M this year
Matt Donnelly / The Wrap:
PopSugar launches PopSugar Latina, blog vertical aimed at Latina millennials
Mark Joyella / TVNewser:
Charlie Rose to Receive 2015 Cronkite Award
Discussion: Broadcasting & Cable
Jason Koebler / Motherboard:
Netflix is experimenting with pre- and post-roll ads for its own programming