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8:40 PM ET, July 26, 2015

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Evan McMurry / Mediaite:
Gawker EIC can only be hired, fired or overridden with the agreement of both the Founder and President, says Nick Denton in a new memo  —  Gawker's Denton Sends Memo to Staff Pledging Changes, Civility: ‘The Yelling Is Over’  —  Via Brian Stelter, Gawker founder Nick Denton sent a new memo …
Richard Bernstein / The New York Review of Books:
Former New York Times journalist and day-spa co-owner, says New York Times' nail salon story misrepresented classified ads, lacked proof, and overgeneralized  —  What the ‘Times’ Got Wrong About Nail Salons  —  Rarely does a newspaper story get the kind of response that The New York Times …
Alistair Barr / Wall Street Journal:
YouTube offers money and help to top creators to ward off online video rivals like Facebook  —  YouTube Creates Stars.  Can It Keep Them?  —  At VidCon, Google battles with Facebook and startups to woo ‘MyCupcakeAddiction’ and other popular online video creators  —  YouTube created a new kind of celebrity.
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Cecilia Kang / Washington Post:
How production companies and marketers now support the top YouTube stars  —  The real reasons why YouTube's 5 biggest stars became millionaires  —  ANAHEIM, Calif — The top five YouTube stars have more subscribers than the population of Mexico.  Followers of their channels are double the number of all U.S. cable television viewers.
Discussion: Mashable
Dante D'Orazio / The Verge:
Twitter is deleting stolen jokes on copyright grounds  —  Let's face it: coming up with a grade-A tweet isn't easy.  That's why some people just copy good tweets from other people and act like they came up with the 140-character witticism on their own.  This has been going on since the beginning of Twitter.
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
New York Times walks back article that falsely reported government officials sought criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of email  —  New York Times changes its Hillary Clinton story again  —  The revision history of a New York Times article that originally reported government officials …
Edward C. Baig / USA Today:
CEO of AT&T Entertainment & Internet Services John Stankey, in charge of DirecTV, talks about branding, broadband, rates, and jobs  —  AT&T exec in charge of DirecTV, talks branding, rates, Net neutrality  —  AT&T's $49 billion acquisition of DirecTV was formally approved on Friday.
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Jacob Kastrenakes / The Verge:
FCC has approved AT&T's $48.5B acquisition of DirecTV with conditions, making combined firm the largest US pay TV company with 26M subscribers
Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke / The New York Observer:
Two years after launch, Bustle has overcome initial criticism with 30M monthly unique page views and 46 full-time editorial staffers  —  How Bustle Proved the Haters Wrong  —  (Photo: Chris Sorensen/ New York Observer)  —  Ten editors of the website Bustle crammed into founder …
Discussion: @maura
Politico:
Sources: Pearson is in advanced talks to sell its 50% stake in The Economist Group  —  Pearson in talks to sell the Economist … Photo by EPA  —  Pearson in talks to sell the Economist  —  Potential buyers include Bloomberg.
Ryan Gallagher / The Intercept:
U.K. Police Confirm Ongoing Criminal Probe of Snowden Leak Journalists  —  A secretive British police investigation focusing on journalists working with Edward Snowden's leaked documents remains ongoing two years after it was quietly launched, The Intercept can reveal.
Discussion: Techdirt and Boing Boing
Bill Mickey / Folio:
Survey: Digital Magazines Still Not a Break-Out Platform  —  Digital publishing consultancy Mequoda Group has released the results of its third Digital Magazine Market Study.  This year, the firm tripled its sample size to 3,642 U.S. adults and backed off the tablet-specific demo they used …
Stuart Dredge / Music Ally:
Rhapsody and Napster now have over 3M subscribers combined globally, up from 2M a year ago  —  Napster talks 3m paying subscribers, Taylor Swift and Apple Music  —  Streaming music services Rhapsody and Napster now have more than three million subscribers, up from two million a year ago.
 
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Janko Roettgers / Variety:
Verizon's mobile video service Go90 will launch late this summer, initially for free, with full TV show episodes from select networks on tap