Check out Mini-Mediagazer for simple mobiles or Mediagazer Mobile for modern smartphones.
1:40 PM ET, August 10, 2015

Mediagazer

 Top News: 
Jasper Jackson / Guardian:
Trinity Mirror allowed to appeal £1.2m payout to phone-hacking victims  —  Company says it wants hearing at Court of Appeal to take place ‘as soon as reasonably possible’  —  Trinity Mirror has been granted permission to appeal the £1.2m in payouts made to eight victims of phone hacking by its Mirror titles.
Discussion: Media Law Prof Blog
Dan Frommer / Quartz:
Vine is a sleeping giant (while everyone is focused on Snapchat)  —  A funny thing happened to Vine, Twitter's short-form video app, after its initial buzz wore off: It kept going.  —  If you haven't checked lately, Vine, launched in early 2013, is still a thing.
Marty Baron / Washington Post:
Martin Baron statement on conclusion of Jason Rezaian's trial in Iran  —  New statement from Martin Baron, executive editor of The Washington Post: After just four secret hearings in 10 weeks, the sham trial of The Washington Post's Jason Rezaian has ended in Tehran, but it remains unclear even to Jason's lawyer what might happen next.
Discussion: New York Times and DW.COM
RELATED:
The New York Times Company:
James Poniewozik Joins The New York Times As Chief TV Critic  —  New York Times culture editor Danielle Mattoon announced that James Poniewozik will be joining the culture desk as chief television critic.  The full memo is below:  —  “I am delighted to announce that James Poniewozik …
Discussion: @michaelpaulson and New York Times
Peter Kafka / Re/code:
NFL signs two-year deal with Twitter to bring game highlights to the social network  —  More Football Is Coming to Your Twitter Feed, Courtesy of a New Deal With the NFL  —  Twitter has a whole lot to figure out right now, starting with basic questions like: Who should be Twitter's CEO?
Callum Borchers / BostonGlobe.com:
Boston magazine unveils Chinese-language edition  —  The bosses at Boston magazine have clearly been reading their own headlines.  —  Ten months after a cover story declared that Boston is “China's Town,” citing a massive influx of money from the Far East, the magazine's first Chinese-language edition is about to hit newsstands.
Discussion: Folio and FishbowlNY
David Uberti / Columbia Journalism Review:
Politico fights for talent and attention as it expands into state gov reporting and Europe while feeding its high-priced paywalled version, Politico Pro  —  Can Politico rise again?  —  The new era began as new eras typically do at Politico, with a memo.  The email flashed into staffers' inboxes …
Alex Griswold / Mediaite:
MSNBC Falls for Parody North Korean Twitter Account Attacking Fox News  —  MSNBC's Morning Joe reported on a “North Korean” Twitter account that attacked Fox News and defended Donald Trump, without noting the account was just a parody.  —  Bloomberg Politics' Mark Halperin got the ball rolling …
James Warren / Poynter:
VICE voluntarily recognizes workers' union  —  Management at VICE will voluntarily recognize the Writers Guild of America, East as the collective bargaining agent for the company's editorial employees.  —  The workers had signed up with the union last week, prompting kind words for the employees …
Mark Scott / New York Times:
Ad-blocking regularly used by 200M people worldwide, will lead to $22B of lost ad revenue this year  —  Study of Ad-Blocking Software Suggests Wide Use  —  Guillermo Beltrà spends a lot of time surfing the web.  —  Yet like many avid Internet users, Mr. Beltrà hates …
Tom Gara / BuzzFeed:
In Arabic, The Huffington Post Takes A Stand Against Atheists, Gays, And Selfies  —  In English, the site is best known for its liberal, progressive politics and embrace of popular culture.  But its new Arabic offshoot seems to be heading in a different direction.  —  Huffington Post Arabia
David Barstow / New York Times:
India accused three TV networks of violating broadcasting regulations by showing interviews critical of a hanging  —  India Warns TV Stations Over Criticism of Hanging  —  NEW DELHI — India's government on Friday accused three television networks of violating broadcasting regulations …
 
 Archived Page Info: 
This is a snapshot of Mediagazer at 1:40 PM ET, August 10, 2015.

View the current page or another snapshot:


 
 Sponsor Posts: 
Scroll:
Experience a better internet  —  No ads.  Twice as fast.  Fewer trackers.  Directly support the sites you read.  Join Scroll and see what a better internet looks like.
Sponsor Mediagazer
 
 See Also: 
Mediagazer: site main
Mediagazer River: reverse chronological Mediagazer
Mediagazer Mobile: for phones
Mediagazer Leaderboard: Mediagazer's top sources
 
 Subscribe: 
Mediagazer RSS feed
Mediagazer on Twitter
 
 
 More News: 
Glenn Peoples / Billboard:
How Spotify used home page takeovers and playlists to help certain tracks top its global chart
Maria Thomas / Quartz:
India's smartphone boom is triggering a wave of podcast experiments
 Earlier Picks: 
Alex Byers / Politico:
Cable firms and broadcasters face off as FCC prepares to review retransmission consent rules
Ed Sherman / Poynter:
Two-year-old app SportsManias expands the reach of print with team-centric aggregation
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
Report establishes new formula for evaluating quality of local news
Discussion: Free Press Blog
Sahil Patel / Digiday:
The New Yorker has expanded its video team from 2 to 4 as views are up 294% year-to-date
Discussion: @digiday