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1:25 AM ET, October 17, 2015


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Peter Kafka / Re/code:
Sources: YouTube readying programming that will be exclusive to its upcoming subscription service, will announce some of it at an event in Los Angeles Oct. 21  —  YouTube Will Make You Pay to See Some Of Its New Videos  —  Coming to YouTube: Videos you'll need to pay to see.
Discussion: Forbes
Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Turner Broadcasting, Fox Sports, A+E Networks, and NBCUniversal among media companies signed up for YouTube's upcoming subscription service  —  Relucant Media Companies Join YouTube's Subscription Service  —  Several big media companies have agreed to make content available …
Discussion: Seeking Alpha and Re/code
David Bauder / Associated Press:
CBS refuses to run advertising for Truth, a film about a 2004 discredited 60 Minutes report  —  CBS bans advertising for critical film  —  CBS bans advertising for critical film CBS has refused to run advertising for “Truth,” the film starring Cate Blanchett and Robert Redford that revisits …
Lloyd Grove / The Daily Beast:
Truth review: story of botched 60 Minutes report that cost Dan Rather his job portrays him as hero, and makes journalistic errors appear as acts of martyrdom  —  How the Dan Rather Movie ‘Truth’ Lies About Good Journalism  —  Dan Rather and his producer are portrayed as heroes by Robert Redford and Cate Blanchett.
John Brownlee / Co.Design:
Digital media firm Vocativ acquires Israel-based data visualization company Dadaviz  —  Why Vocativ Is Doubling Down On Data Viz  —  Last time we heard from Dadaviz, a team of infographic auteurs based in Tel Aviv, they were looking to launch the YouTube of data visualization.
Discussion: @losowsky, @zseward and Nieman Lab
Alex Spence / Politico:
FT editor says Japanese owners assure editorial independence  —  Nikkei President Tsuneo Kita promises editor Lionel Barber his journalists will remain independent.  —  LONDON — A trip to Japan to meet the Financial Times' new owners has persuaded the broadsheet's editor that they won't interfere …
Tyler Falk /
Drop in younger listeners makes dent in NPR news audience  —  Listeners to NPR stations are aging faster than the overall radio audience and listening less to the network's most popular radio programs, according to new data shared by the network.  —  Though NPR is seeing some listening gains …
Joseph Ax / Reuters:
Google book-scanning project legal, says U.S. appeals court  —  A U.S. appeals court ruled on Friday that Google's massive effort to scan millions of books for an online library does not violate copyright law, rejecting claims from a group of authors that the project illegally deprives them of revenue.
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
Boston Globe cuts two dozen full- and part-time staffers, 17 more accept buyout  —  Boston Globe editor on layoffs: ‘This was a tough day in this newsroom.’  —  On the heels of staff cuts in The Boston Globe newsroom Thursday, Editor Brian McGrory put the number of part-time and full …
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Mirror to cut 28 staff as sport and news production teams pooled  —  Job losses come as Trinity Mirror moves towards integrating staff across titles  —  The publisher of the Daily Mirror is to cut almost 30 jobs as it looks to pool its production teams in sport and news in its latest move to cut millions of pounds of costs.
Janko Roettgers / Variety:
Aurous takes its streaming music app offline following court order and RIAA lawsuit  —  Streaming Music App Aurous Suspends Downloads Following Court Order  —  Senior Silicon Valley Correspondent @jank0  —  That was quick: The free streaming music app Aurous has suspended operations …
Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
BBC iPlayer Blocks UK VPN Servers Over Piracy Concerns  —  The BBC's online catchup service iPlayer has been a great success, both in the UK and abroad.  —  While the service is intended for UK viewers, who have to pay a mandatory TV license, it's also commonly used overseas.
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