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4:10 PM ET, June 22, 2015

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Peter Kafka / Re/code:
Eddy Cue: Apple will pay rights holders on a per-stream basis during trial period  —  Apple Says It Will Pay Taylor Swift for Free Streams After All  —  Taylor Swift isn't just the biggest pop star in the world.  She's also the world's most effective Apple lobbyist.
Christopher Williams / Telegraph:
Murdochs rebuff two offers for their stake in Sky, fuelling rumors they are to make another takeover bid  —  Is the Murdoch family eyeing a fresh bid for Sky?  —  The Murdochs have rebuffed two offers for their stake in Sky, fuelling talks they could be prepping for a takeover
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Leo Barraclough / Variety:
Sky stock rises 3.7% in wake of speculation about Murdoch takeover bid
Discussion: Reuters and Deadline
Pando:
Pando relaunches with subscription model, says it needs 5,000 members to support its reporting  —  Welcome to a new Pando  —  Welcome to a brand new Pando!  —  From today, the newest articles on Pando will be available to members first.  Membership costs just $10 a month (or $100 a year …
Steve Grove / The Official Google Blog:
Google launches News Lab to help journalists use its tools and data sets “to help build the future of media”, partners with several media organzations  —  Introducing the News Lab  —  It's hard to think of a more important source of information in the world than quality journalism.
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Politico Issues ‘Cultural Manifesto’ In Quest to Save Nonpartisan Political Journalism  —  NEW YORK — Politico Chief Executive Jim VandeHei issued a “cultural manifesto” Monday to staffers as the company moves into a new Rosslyn, Virginia, headquarters and continues an expansion in several states and Europe.
Hadas Gold / Politico:
Jeanne Cummings, a deputy editor at Bloomberg, is leaving for the Wall Street Journal  —  Jeanne Cummings leaves Bloomberg for WSJ  —  Jeanne Cummings, a deputy editor at Bloomberg who had been head of Washington operations for the Mark Halperin-and-John Heilemann-led Bloomberg Politics project …
Discussion: FishbowlNY, FishbowlDC and @dylanbyers
Barbara Tasch / Business Insider:
Al Jazeera journalist Ahmed Mansour detained in Berlin on Egypt's orders has been freed  —  Egyptian journalist Ahmed Mans0ur detained in Berlin since Saturday will not be extradited to Egypt where he might face death penalty, Der Spiegel reports.  The Al-Jazeera journalist had been arrested …
Dylan Tweney / VentureBeat:
Study: Facebook on track to deliver two-thirds as many video views as YouTube does in 2015  —  Facebook is nipping at YouTube's heels in the race for video viewers and advertisers  —  YouTube is the clear leader in video sharing and viewing, but Facebook is creeping up on the Google-owned giant.
Adam Goldberg / The Huffington Post:
‘Meet The Press’ In Hot Water After Airing Gun Violence Video Featuring Only Black Shooters  —  ‘Meet The Press’ is taking heat for a video the program aired about gun violence.  —  In the wake of the Charleston church shooting, host Chuck Todd introduced a video on Sunday morning featuring testimonies …
Sarah Frier / Bloomberg Business:
Twitter's board of directors says CEO role is a “full-time commitment” in message to investors resolving one question about Jack Dorsey  —  Twitter's CEO Search Rules Out Dorsey If He Stays at Square  —  Twitter Inc. said it is seeking a chief executive who can make a full …
Discussion: Twitter About and Variety
Lucia Moses / Digiday:
Time launches Time Labs, a standalone site for interactive stories  —  ‘Narcissism works really well’: Why Time magazine created a site for its interactive stories  —  News sites' most popular digital offerings have been interactive games and quizzes, making them irresistible go-to formats for traffic-hungry publishers.
Discussion: @digiday and @lmoses
Cheryl Cooky / FAIR:
Despite Soaring Popularity, Women's Sports Got More Coverage a Generation Ago  —  If someone told you that there is less coverage of women's sports on televised news programs today than there was in 1989, would you believe them?  It would be reasonable if your response was “no.”
Discussion: @fairmediawatch
 
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Tim Cushing / Techdirt:
German regulators extend 2002 Youth Media Protection Law to include adult-content e-books, ban their sale between 6AM and 10PM local time
Discussion: The Next Web
Cleland Thom / Press Gazette:
ECHR ruling suggests publishers liable for defamatory web comments as soon as they appear
Jasper Jackson / Guardian:
BuzzFeed UK hires Sunday Times journalist Michael Gillard
Discussion: @loudelbello
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Nic Christensen / mUmBRELLA:
Australian Senate passes anti-piracy measures which allow rights holders to block copyright infringing sites
Discussion: ZDNet
Shannon Bond / Financial Times:
Shutterstock partners with Penske Media, owner of Variety, challenging Getty Images' dominance in distribution of fashion and entertainment photos
Discussion: FishbowlNY and Variety
Madalina Ciobanu / Journalism.co.uk:
Six months after launch Reported.ly has a new website but focus remains on social
Discussion: The Next Web