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8:15 PM ET, June 25, 2015


 Top News: 
Ben Sisario / New York Times:
Profile of DJ Zane Lowe, formerly of BBC's Radio 1, as he prepares for the launch of Apple's Beats 1 streaming radio  —  Zane Lowe, the D.J. Scratching Out Beats 1 for Apple  —  LOS ANGELES — “Check-check.  One two-two-two-two-two.  Hello hello hello.”
Ed Christman / Billboard:
Apple may pay 0.247 cents per song streamed during Apple Music three-month free trial period, 0.2 cents to labels and 0.047 cents to publishers
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Rupert Murdoch's chief of staff steps down  —  Rupert Murdoch's chief of staff, Natalie Ravitz, has stepped down from her position supporting the 84-year-old chairman of 21st Century Fox and News Corp., Capital has learned.  —  In a company memo obtained by Capital, Murdoch wrote that Ravitz …
Discussion: @nravitz
Mark Little / Storyful Blog:
Founder Mark Little leaving Storyful after five years, with no specific future plans, but says options are endless  —  Mark Little on leaving Storyful, stronger than ever  —  Clichés are clichés because they are true.  And that applies to my thought for the day: quit while you're ahead.
Discussion: Poynter
Margaret Sullivan / New York Times:
Debating The New York Times' new beat to cover the superrich: it's not about “wealth porn” but rather recognizing a new Gilded Age  —  Is Greater Focus on the Superrich Right for The Times?  —  To some, it seems counterintuitive to cover the problems of economic inequality …
Neil McIntosh / BBC:
BBC is listing its web pages that have been removed from Google's search results due to right to be forgotten  —  List of BBC web pages which have been removed from Google's search results  —  Since a European Court of Justice ruling last year, individuals have the right to request …
Discussion: The Next Web
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Netflix U.S. Viewing to Surpass ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC by 2016: Analysts  —  If Netflix were a Nielsen-rated TV network, the No. 1 streaming service would within a year have a larger 24-hour audience than each of the major broadcast networks — ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC — according to a Wall Street analyst firm.
John Sarkar / Times of India:
Sources: Netflix plans to launch in India “by 2016”; Netflix stands by response that it plans to be global by end of 2016  —  Netflix to enter India, DTH companies edgy  —  NEW DELHI: After Singapore-based on-demand internet video provider Hooq launched operations here …
Hilary Lewis / Hollywood Reporter:
Univision Ending Relationship With Donald Trump's Miss Universe Organization Over Anti-Immigrant Remarks  —  The Hispanic media organization says it will not air the Miss USA pageant on July 12.  —  Univision has announced that it is ending its business relationship with Donald Trump's Miss …
Brian Rohan / Associated Press:
Committee to Protect Journalists says journalists face unprecedented threats in Egypt as government cracks down on press freedom  —  Watchdog: Journalists face ‘unprecedented’ threats in Egypt  —  6 photos  —  CAIRO (AP) — Journalists face unprecedented threats in President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi's Egypt …
Ahmed Aboulenein / Reuters:   CPJ says 18 Egyptian journalists, an all-time high, are behind bars because of their reporting
Kurt Wagner / Re/code:
There's a Shiny New Trend in Social Media: Actual Human Editors  —  The world's largest social networks are nearly overflowing with content.  That's good news for them, but bad news for the people trying to sift through the mess to find anything specific.  —  The timeless solution these companies are turning to?
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Dow Jones chief executive Will Lewis warns newspapers against impulsively striking deals with Google, Facebook  —  Dow Jones chief's tech warning on news undermined by ‘cats on skateboards’  —  Will Lewis says sharing deals with companies such as Facebook, Apple and Google pose threat to newspapers over control of content
Discussion: Fortune and Wall Street Journal
Peter Elkind / Fortune:
Inside the Sony Pictures hack: an investigation by Fortune, Part 1  —  Inside the Hack of the Century  —  A cyber-invasion brought Sony Pictures to its knees and terrified corporate America.  The story of what really happened—and why Sony should have seen it coming.  A special three-part investigation.
Ted Johnson / Variety:
Charter Will ‘Go Further’ Than FCC's Net Neutrality Rules in Merger With Time Warner Cable  —  Charter Communications said that it will commit to principles of net neutrality, like no blocking or throttling of traffic, as part of its planned merger with Time Warner Cable and acquisition of Bright House Networks.
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Sydney Ember / New York Times:
Dr. Phil McGraw Creating New TV Show With
Discussion: FishbowlNY and Wall Street Journal
Henry Mance / Financial Times:
Economist Group turns to marketing services after third successive year of declining ad sales
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Saba Hamedy / Los Angeles Times:
NBCUniversal, Chernin Entertainment announce two-year TV deal
Discussion: Hollywood Reporter
Casey Newton / The Verge:
Circa offered an emotionless bundle of bullet points, which made for lousy social sharing and didn't work for newspapers either