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2:50 AM ET, June 30, 2015

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Wall Street Journal:
AOL to take over Microsoft ad sales for display, mobile, and video in US and 8 other markets; Bing to replace Google on AOL for search and search advertising  —  AOL Takes Over Majority of Microsoft's Ad Business, Swaps Google Search For Bing  —  Microsoft Corp. is stepping back from the advertising business in a big way.
Mark Glaser / MediaShift:
MediaShift formally spins off from PBS, will continue events, training, and newsletters  —  MediaShift Spins Off from PBS, Envisions Collaborative Future  —  When I first started the MediaShift blog for PBS in January 2006, I had a vision for much more than just a one-person blog.
John Lasseter / Medium:
Technology changed films, but the basics of good storytelling and emotion remain essential  —  Technology and The Evolution of Storytelling  —  John Lasseter at the 68th Academy Awards in 1996 accepting a Special Achievement award for his leadership of Pixar's “Toy Story” team …
Discussion: @jbwilke and @heybrucewright
Marcus Gilmer / Mashable:
Donald Trump hits back at NBC after network cuts ties over immigration comments  —  Updated at 3:00 p.m. ET to include Trump's comments on NBC's decision  —  As Donald Trump ramps up his 2016 presidential campaign, the outspoken real estate mogul is facing more and more criticism …
Jeremy Barr / Capital New York:
The Huffington Post hires former digital products producer for AP, Karen Mahabir, as managing editor of news  —  The Huffington Post hires managing editor of news  —  The Huffington Post has hired Karen Mahabir to serve as managing editor of news, a company spokesperson told Capital.
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Hayley Tsukayama / Washington Post:
More than 21 million people watched gaming's biggest annual show on Twitch  —  Streaming video site Twitch said Monday that more than 21 million people tuned in to watch its coverage of this month's major video game convention, the Electronic Entertainment Expo — better known as E3.
Owen Gibson / Guardian:
BBC dealt another blow after losing control of TV rights for Olympics  —  The BBC has lost control of the rights to the Olympic Games from 2022 onwards after the US broadcasting giant Discovery, owner of Eurosport, signed a £920m exclusive pan-European deal.
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ABC:
Australia Treasurer Joe Hockey wins defamation suit against Fairfax for “Treasurer for sale” poster and tweets  —  Treasurer Joe Hockey wins defamation case against Fairfax  —  Treasurer Joe Hockey has won a defamation trial against Fairfax media.
Discussion: BuzzFeed, Guardian and @buzzfeedozpol
Andy Cush / Gawker:
Texas town wants to charge Gawker $79K for FOIA request related to video of police abuse at a pool party; Gawker's appealing  —  Texas Town Is Charging Us $79,000 for Emails About Pool Party Abuse Cop  —  Days after McKinney, Texas police officer Eric Casebolt was filmed pointing …
Discussion: @charlesornstein
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Sources: Rebekah Brooks may be offered post as chief executive of News UK, the division that includes The Times of London and The Sun  —  News Corp. wants Brooks to ‘feel welcome’  —  Where will Rebekah Brooks end up next?  —  The former U.K. newspaper executive who bounced back after being found …
Discussion: Media Wire Daily
Brooks Barnes / New York Times:
Michael Eisner's company, Tornante, and Sinclair Broadcast Group team up to produce and distribute new syndicated talk shows, court shows, and game shows  —  Eisner Brings His Media Expertise to Local TV Markets  —  LOS ANGELES — Michael D. Eisner is best known for developing …
Adam Sherwin / The Independent:
The Media Column: MTV rebrand aims to put the channel back in the driving seat of the cultural revolution  —  “I want my MTV,” sang Sting on “Money For Nothing”, the Dire Straits song which defined a mid-80s era when the glossy new medium of pop video threatened to kill the radio star.
Jordan Chariton / The Wrap:
Gannett Officially Splits Broadcast and Publishing Units Into Two Companies  —  “Gannett is uniquely positioned as a next-generation media company,” CEO Robert Dickey says  —  Gannett has split its publishing and broadcasting divisions into two separate companies, the media conglomerate announced Monday.
 
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John Battle / Guardian:
Pre-vetting broadcast news for extremism threatens freedom of speech
Kristen Hare / Poynter:
Poynter will partner for Pulitzer's 2016 centennial with a focus on social justice
Nyay Bhushan / Hollywood Reporter:
CNN to End India News Network Licensing Deal
Discussion: MediaNama
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Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Sir Martin Sorrell: traditional media too ‘stuffy’ for young digital readers
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Sky teams up with Monument Valley game-maker for kids TV app
Discussion: Broadband TV News and Engadget
Alex T. Williams / Poynter:
Geography and journalists' pay: in 13 states, they earn median salary; in 13 states they earn at least 6 percent higher; in 23 states, 6 percent less or lower
Discussion: @elanazak
Ricardo Bilton / Digiday:
Meet LittleThings, a viral giant posting Upworthy-like content for its mostly female readership