Sarah Jeong / Motherboard:
Matthew Keys found guilty of hacking under Computer Fraud and Abuse Act; US attorney's office may seek less than five year prison sentence in January — Former Reuters Journalist Matthew Keys Found Guilty Of Hacking, Faces 25 Years — On Wednesday, a jury in Sacramento, California …
Discussion: @matthewkeyslive, U.S. Department of Justice, CNNMoney, Motherboard, Washington Post, Ars Technica, Online Journalism Blog, Wired, @sarahjeong, Washington Post, Hit & Run, Politico, TIME, Associated Press, Popehat, The Huffington Post, Newsweek, The Drum, Sacramento Bee, New York Magazine, BBC, International Business Times, Gawker, TechEye, @lahlahlindsey, Techdirt, @joshgreenman, @jesselynradack, @edcanews, The Week, @antderosa, News of the World, BostonGlobe.com, @tpcarney, Forbes, CBC News, @catfitz, @jayleidermanlaw, Engadget, Los Angeles Times, TechCrunch, iMediaEthics, The Wrap, Gizmodo, CBS Sacramento, The Verge, Boing Boing, @kashhill, Infowars, @jbenton and BuzzFeed
Matthew Keys / @matthewkeyslive: That was bulls**t.
U.S. Department of Justice: Jury Convicts Former Fox 40 Web Producer for Conspiring to Hack into and Alter Los Angeles Times Servers
Jackie Wattles / CNNMoney: Ex-editor Matthew Keys convicted in Los Angeles Times hack
Sarah Jeong / Motherboard: The Trial of Matthew Keys, the Journalist Who Allegedly Aided Anonymous, Begins
Justin Wm / Washington Post: ‘Beyond disgusting,’ says journalist Matthew Keys of his hacking conspiracy conviction
Cyrus Farivar / Ars Technica: Journalist linked to Anonymous found guilty of 5 federal counts of hacking
Paul Bradshaw / Online Journalism Blog: Research: regional journalists don't know how to protect their sources, their stories, or their brand
A Facebook Psyduck / @sarahjeong: US Attorneys Office just told me they will likely seek less than 5 years in prison for Matthew Keys.
Scott Shackford / Hit & Run: American Justice: Five Years Prison for Changing a Headline
David Perera / Politico: Matthew Keys guilty in Los Angeles Times hacking case
John McCarthy / The Drum: Journalist found guilty for giving hackers LA Times log-in details to ‘f**k some s**t up’
Denny Walsh / Sacramento Bee: Sacramento area social media journalist convicted in Tribune hacking case
Margaret Hartmann / New York Magazine: Ex-Social Media Editor Faces 25 Years for L.A. Times Website Vandalism
Vishakha Sonawane / International Business Times: Matthew Keys, Former Reuters Employee, Found Guilty Of Helping Anonymous Hack Los Angeles Times' Website
Sam Biddle / Gawker: Social Media Journalist Matthew Keys Guilty on Hacking Charges, Could Face 25 Years in Prison
Nick Farrell / TechEye: Hack helped hackers
Lindsey Adler / @lahlahlindsey: Background on the Matthew Keys trial. Was just found guilty and faces 25 years. http://motherboard.vice.com/ ...
Mike Masnick / Techdirt: Matthew Keys Found Guilty Of Criminal ‘Hacking’ For Sharing News Company Login
Josh Greenman / @joshgreenman: Mass incarceration isn't just about drug crimes. Prosecutors are overzealous in all types of cases. http://www.politico.com/...
UnRadackted / @jesselynradack: #Journalist & #Anonymous collaborator @MatthewKeysLive found guilty on all counts. #S**t
@edcanews: Former FOX40 employee convicted for role in a conspiracy to hack into Los Angeles Times & Tribune Co servers http://go.usa.gov/3uM5Y @CCIPS
Peter Weber / The Week: Ex-Reuters journalist Matthew Keys convicted of scheming with Anonymous to hack LA Times website
Anthony De Rosa / @antderosa: @sarahjeong @Snowden they also disallowed emails requesting that the firm hired charge them the maximum rate pic.twitter.com/g6Sl5E0BaW
Robert Burnson / BostonGlobe.com: Ex-Tribune employee convicted in Los Angeles Times hack
Timothy P Carney / @tpcarney: So I've never fully understood the Matt Keys story. There's no defense for what he did right? But prison? Why? - http://www.latimes.com/...
Thomas Fox-Brewster / Forbes: Conviction Of Former Reuters Journalist ‘Shows American Hacking Laws Are Broken’
CatherineFitzpatrick / @catfitz: The government isn't “sending a message about covering groups it doesn't like,” it's sending a message about hacking http://motherboard.vice.com/ ...
Jay Leiderman / @jayleidermanlaw: Matthew Keys was found guilty. We'll proceed forward to sentencing and look forward to appealing this verdict.
Jon Fingas / Engadget: Journalist found guilty of assisting Anonymous hacks
Joseph SernaContact / Los Angeles Times: Former Reuters social media editor convicted of aiding L.A. Times hack
Cat Zakrzewski / TechCrunch: Journalist Matthew Keys Found Guilty On Hacking Charges
Matt Donnelly / The Wrap: Matthew Keys Found Guilty in LA Times-Anonymous Hacking Case
Kyle Buis / CBS Sacramento: Matthew Keys Found Guilty Of Helping Alter Story On Los Angeles Times Website
Xeni Jardin / Boing Boing: Ex-Reuters social media editor Matthew Keys found guilty of 3 federal counts of hacking
Kashmir Hill / @kashhill: “The defacement was reversed in 40 min, but the government argued attack caused nearly a million dollars in damage.” http://motherboard.vice.com/ ...
Sarah Jeong / Infowars: FORMER REUTERS JOURNALIST MATTHEW KEYS FOUND GUILTY OF THREE COUNTS OF HACKING
Joshua Benton / @jbenton: You can not like @MatthewKeysLive and still think it's absurd that he could do more time than rapists and murderers http://motherboard.vice.com/ ...
Claudia Koerner / BuzzFeed: Journalist Matthew Keys Found Guilty Of Federal Hacking Charges
Ev Williams / Medium:
Medium adds publishing API, @mentions, updated apps, improved editing options, custom domains for all, and a new logo — Taking Medium to the Next Level — Two years ago, we opened up Medium for anyone to write. It was a new, well-lit place for an old idea: letting people share their stories …
Discussion: Nieman Lab, Forbes, Fast Company, Medium, Business Insider, Medium, SiliconBeat, @scottros, Medium, TechCrunch, VentureBeat, The Next Web, The Verge, Medium, @benparr, Medium, Medium and Medium
Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab: Medium partners with publications like The Awl and Fusion, and more native ads are on the way
Kathleen Chaykowski / Forbes: Medium Adds New Discovery And Writing Tools, Launches Content Partners
Daniel Terdiman / Fast Company: Medium Doubles Down on Mobile With New App And Commenting, Sharing Tools
Katie Zhu / Medium: Medium's Publishing API
Luke Esterkyn / Medium: Move Your Domain To Medium
Queenie Wong / SiliconBeat: Blogging tool Medium gets an upgrade
Scott Rosenberg / @scottros: Excited about these changes making @Medium a more open, interoperable platform. Thanks, @ev @evanhansen & co! https://t.co/mGDcO387HU
Erich Nagler / Medium: The Story Behind Medium's New Logo
Catherine Shu / TechCrunch: Medium Debuts Publishing API And New Writing Features, Including Mentions
Ken Yeung / VentureBeat: Medium opens up publishing API, adds WordPress plugin, and adds new content partners
Lauren Hockenson / The Next Web: Medium revamps on desktop and mobile, complete with logo redesign
Saul Carlin / Medium: Distributed Conversations — Partnering with publications for high-quality interaction
Ben Parr / @benparr: Biggest news in the new @Medium is the publishing API. Game changer. Congrats @ev and team! http://medium.com/...
Brad Birdsall / Medium: Project TNT — The next evolution of type on Medium
Marcin Wichary / Medium: Next-Level Writing for Medium
Roger Yu / USA Today:
Gannett to buy Milwaukee-based Journal Media Group for $280M in cash deal, expected to close in early 2016 — Gannett to buy Journal Media Group for $280 million — Gannett, the publishing company that owns USA TODAY and media businesses in 92 local markets, said late Wednesday …
Paul Gores / JSOnline: Gannett to buy Journal Media Group, parent of Journal Sentinel, for $280 million
Robert Mclean / CNNMoney: Gannett to purchase Journal Media Group
Rich Kirchen / bizjournals: Journal Sentinel near deal to be sold to Gannett Company: Wall Street Journal
Ted Evanoff / St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Gannett to buy Journal Media for $280M
Rachel Chitra / Reuters: Gannett Co to buy Journal Media for $280 million
Wall Street Journal: Sources: Gannett nears deal to buy Journal Media, owner of Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and other papers, valuing group at just under $300M
Tristan Gerrard / Herald Recorder: Gannett Company said on wednesday it will buy journal media group for $280 million
timesfreepress.com: Story updated at 7:47 p.m. to confirm Gannett's purchase of Journal Media Group.
Nelson D. Schwartz / New York Times: Gannett in Deal for Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Steve Buttry / @stevebuttry: Best to my friends at Journal Media. Ownership changes are difficult. I hope Gannett knows the value they're buying: http://www.usatoday.com/...
Josh Awtry / @jawtry: Gannett to acquire Journal Media Group — regional papers include Knoxville, Tenn, and Anderson, S.C. http://www.usatoday.com/...
Roy Greenslade / Guardian: Gannett gets even bigger by acquiring 34 more US newspapers
Colin Dwyer / NPR:
Belarusian Journalist Svetlana Alexievich Wins Literature Nobel — Investigative journalist Svetlana Alexievich has been awarded this year's Nobel Prize for Literature, the Swedish Academy announced Thursday. Alexievich is the first writer from Belarus to win the prize.
Discussion: New York Times, Guardian, Quartz, Telegraph, Telegraph, CNN, ABC, Al Jazeera America, PBS NewsHour, Poynter, 89.3 KPCC, Financial Times, Reuters, Agence France-Presse, Associated Press, Washington Post, Reuters, BBC, The Millions, @maurness, NBC News and The Week
Alexandra Alter / New York Times: Svetlana Alexievich Wins Nobel Prize in Literature
Marta Bausells / Guardian: Everything you need to know about Svetlana Alexievich, winner of the Nobel prize in literature
ABC: Nobel Prize for Literature: Svetlana Alexievich of Belarus wins honour for ‘extraordinary’ witness accounts of war
Corinne Segal / PBS NewsHour: Svetlana Alexievich, investigative journalist from Belarus, wins Nobel Prize in Literature
Roy Peter Clark / Poynter: The winner of the Nobel Prize in literature went to j-school
Daniel Dickson / Reuters: Belarussian Svetlana Alexievich wins Nobel Prize for Literature
Ron Charles / Washington Post: Svetlana Alexievichwins Nobel Prize in literature
Daniel Dickson / Reuters: Belarusian Svetlana Alexievich wins Nobel Prize for Literature
The Millions: Belarusian Investigative Journalist Svetlana Alexievich Wins the 2015 Nobel Prize for Literature
@maurness: I think it is so awesome it went to a journalist! Congrats, Svetlana! http://www.npr.org/...
Lucia Moses / Digiday:
Gawker gets one-third of its revenue from native and e-commerce — Gawker Media has an advertising problem. In addition to the industrywide problem of declining ad rates and reader response to standard display ads, the edgy editorial content on its flagship vertical, Gawker …
Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab:
Tasneem Raja, digital editor of NPR's Code Switch, talks about the race and culture beat, using Twitter to shape stories, launching a potential podcast, more — Tasneem Raja on how NPR's Code Switch navigates increasingly crowded race-and-culture beat — Freddie Gray. Sandra Bland. Rachel Dolezal.
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Digital display advertising up 27.5% in first half of year, £3.98B spent on all forms of digital ads — UK digital ad spend soars despite fears over ad blocking — Display market rises by more than a quarter as total digital advertising hits record £3.98m in first half
Discussion: MediaPost, Netimperative, Telegraph and The Drum
Sean Hargrave / MediaPost: Ad Blockers Be Damned - Display Is On A (Mobile) High
Robin Langford / Netimperative: UK display ad revenues up 27.5% (despite rise in ad blocking)
Elizabeth Anderson / Telegraph: Mobile ad spend hits new high as consumers remain glued to smartphones
Ronan Shields / The Drum: IAB moves to quell ad blocking fears in latest adspend report
Nick Statt / The Verge:
Digg Dialog tool that allows conversations between journalists and readers to launch Friday — Digg wants to build the internet comment section of the future — Digg has a plan to save the online comments section. Yes, that Digg, the pre-Reddit social news site that has evolved to become …
Discussion: Digg, Tech Times, Motherboard and The Next Web
Laura Rosenfeld / Tech Times: Digg Dialog Is Like A Less Chaotic Reddit AMA
Lucas Shaw / Bloomberg Business:
Sources: Amazon weighs creating a live online TV service, holds preliminary talks with CBS, NBCUniversal — Amazon Said to Weigh Creating a Live Online Television Service — Amazon.com Inc. is exploring the creation of a live online TV service and has reached out to major media companies …
Brandon Russell / TechnoBuffalo: Amazon interested in offering its own live TV service
@valuetrap13: And here comes re-aggregation of cable TV under ad model. NFLX will be here soon. Big profit pool to attack. http://www.bloomberg.com/...
James Risley / GeekWire: GeekWire Giveaway: Learn how to get your website to show up in search results with this free SEO course
Jimmy Westenberg / Android Authority: Amazon reportedly planning to enter the live TV streaming business
Paul Sweeting / Concurrent Media: Reinventing TV For Cord-Nevers
Nathan Ingraham / Engadget: Amazon reportedly plans to build its own live video service
Linda Ge / The Wrap: Amazon Mulls Launch of Standalone TV Service
Brad Reed / BGR: Bloomberg: Amazon wants to replace your cable company
Lisa Eadicicco / Tech Insider: Amazon is considering making its own TV service that will compete with cable (AMZN)
Jordan Kahn / 9to5Mac: Amazon reportedly interested in developing live TV service, approached CBS & NBCUniversal
Daniel Frankel / FierceCable: Amazon is the latest to explore a live-TV streaming service, reports say
Dan Thorp-Lancaster / Android Central: Amazon reportedly considering move into live TV streaming
Dan Rayburn / StreamingMediaBlog.com: Sources: Amazon in talks with content owners about licensing content, supports recent Elemental acquisition if company planning live OTT video service
Jeff Baumgartner / Multichannel News: Amazon Noodling Live OTT: Report
Stephen Battaglio / Los Angeles Times:
TV Guide Magazine is sold for the third time in less than 10 years to NTVB Media — TV Guide Magazine, once the unrivaled bible for television fans and a powerhouse in the publishing business, has been sold for the third time in less than 10 years. — NTVB Media, the Troy, Mich. …
Erik Sass / MediaPost: ‘TV Guide’ Changes Hands, Again
Caysey Welton / Folio: TV Guide Sold to NTVB
Todd Spangler / Variety: TV Guide Magazine Sold to Publishing Firm NTVB
Natalie Broda / Crain's Detroit Business: Troy media company NTVB acquires TV Guide owner
Frank Witsil / Detroit Free Press: Troy company buys TV Guide Magazine
Bill Cromwell / Media Life Magazine: TV Guide has been sold, yet again
Jordan Chariton / The Wrap: TV Guide Magazine Sold to NTVB Media
PR Newswire: TV Guide Magazine's Future Bright, Advertiser-Friendly Platforms To Expand Under New Ownership
Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
Medium launches Ghost Boat, a series that invites readers to help solve the mystery of 243 refugees who vanished in Mediterranean — 243 people disappeared on a ship in the Mediterranean; a new project from Medium aims to find them — The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 …
Anick Jesdanun / Associated Press:
Enhanced Harry Potter ebooks with animated or interactive illustrations and pop-up annotations released for Apple iBooks — ‘Harry Potter’ e-books come to life in new Apple edition — 1 photo — NEW YORK (AP) — You don't need to be a wizard to see the “Harry Potter” books come to life.
Discussion: Apple, The Verge, TechCrunch, International Business Times, AppleInsider, Telegraph, TIME, Bookseller News, 9to5Mac, Mashable and The Next Web
Christine Monaghan / Apple: Enhanced Editions of Harry Potter Series Now Available Exclusively on iBooks for iPhone, iPad & iPod touch
Romain Dillet / TechCrunch: Harry Potter Enhanced Books Come To iBooks With Exclusive Animations And Author Notes
Mike Brown / International Business Times: Expelliarmus! ‘Harry Potter’ Reborn In New Apple Inc. eBook Version Of J.K. Rowling Classic
Rhiannon Williams / Telegraph: Harry Potter comes to Apple's iBooks for the first time
Charlotte Eyre / Bookseller News: Harry Potter novels now available on Apple's iBooks
Benjamin Mayo / 9to5Mac: All seven Harry Potter books now available to buy in iBooks, featuring exclusive interactive animations and author notes
Christina Warren / Mashable: ‘Harry Potter’ gets more magical with new iBooks Enhanced Editions
Ravi Somaiya / New York Times:
New York Times memo outlines plans to double digital revenue to $800M in 2020, says 12% of readers currently deliver 90% — Times Co. Outlines Strategy to Double Digital Revenue — The New York Times Company released a strategy memo to its staff on Wednesday outlining an ambitious plan …
Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab: 4 takeaways from The New York Times' new digital strategy memo
Angela He / The New York Times Company: Note from Mark and Dean
Margaret Sullivan / New York Times: Readers Will Rule, Says The Times, So Don't Be Shy
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter: How The New York Times plans to double digital revenue by 2020
Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke / The New York Observer: All the News That's Fit to Post: Announcements Buried in the NY Times Digital Memo
Kara Smoke / @kbsmoke: The New York Times has a virtual reality package in the works, and other things I learned from the digital memo http://observer.com/...
Brian Stelter / @brianstelter: Best quote: Current NYT subs grew up reading it in print. “The NEXT million must be fought for and won over with The Times on their phones”
Austen Hufford / @austenhufford: Here's the link the full 12 page PDF of the Nytimes digital strategy: http://www.nytco.com/...
Jordan Chariton / The Wrap: New York Times Reveals 11-Page Memo Detailing Ambitious Plan to Double Digital Revenue in 5 Years
Michael Sebastian / @msebastian: 12% of New York Times readers deliver 90% of its digital revenue http://www.nytimes.com/...