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11:35 AM ET, November 7, 2015

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Alex Weprin / Politico:
ESPN names Jim Brady public editor  —  ESPN has named Jim Brady its new public editor.  —  Brady, the founder of Spirited Media (parent company of Philly news site Billy Penn), previously served as editor in chief of Digital First Media, and as the sports editor and later executive editor of The Washington Post's website.
Mike Fleming / Deadline:
Gamergate film based on Zoe Quinn's memoir in the works from Amy Pascal's production company  —  Amy Pascal Wins Zoe Quinn's Gamergate Memoir ‘Crash Override’  —  EXCLUSIVE: Amy Pascal's Pascal Pictures has won a bidding battle for Crash Override: How To Save The Internet From Itself …
Patrick Kulp / Mashable:
Ad-blocking is widely loathed that one company held a peace summit about it  —  If any one company is at the heart of the recent ad blocking phenomenon, it's Eyeo GmbH, the German software developer behind the popular extension AdBlock Plus.  —  An estimated 200 million people …
Michael Zhang / PetaPixel:
Yahoo's Image Search Now Pulls Personalized Results from Flickr  —  Yahoo is rolling out a revamped image search engine today that now includes photo results from its Flickr service.  As long as you're signed in, the personalized Flickr results will include your own collection of Flickr photos …
Corinne Reichert / ZDNet:
TPP: ISPs will hand over copyright infringer details  —  The full text of the TPP ties in with WikiLeaks' leaked document last month, stating that ISPs must hand over copyright infringer details to rights holders when legally compelled.  —  Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) …
Noah Kulwin / Re/code:
BuzzFeed Is Returning to SXSW After Panel Cancellation Controversy  —  BuzzFeed said last week that it would be withdrawing from next year's South by Southwest festival because the conference organizers decided to cancel two panels after receiving threats of on-site violence.
Sonia Paul / MediaShift:
Contently, which matches writers with firms seeking content marketing, is financing a separate investigative journalism unit  —  How Contently's Content Marketing Funds Investigative Journalism  —  Click on the image for a look at the full series.  Original photo by Jeff Djevdet and used here with Creative Commons license.
Denis D. Gray / Associated Press:
Myanmar's fledgling journalists gird for historic election  —  10 photos  —  YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — Their predecessors suffered torture, imprisonment and death at the hands of a die-hard military regime for more than half a century.  Now, Myanmar's journalists — newly fledged …
Ruth Reader / VentureBeat:
New York Times invests in The History Project, which lets users create multimedia stories for personal histories, family stories, more  —  The New York Times invests in The History Project, a multimedia time capsule  —  As Niles Lichtenstein thumbed through old albums …
Discussion: @mathewi
Adam Jourdan / Reuters:
China says Disney to get special trademark protection  —  China will give special trademark protection to Walt Disney Co as the iconic U.S. firm prepares to open its first theme park in mainland China next year, a regulator said on Thursday.  —  Authorities will carry out a year-long campaign …
Discussion: @ustrademarklaw and New York Times
 
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Anne Steele / Wall Street Journal:
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Interview with First Look general counsel Lynn Oberlander on the firms Litigation Fund, and how it's looking to do more for free speech cases
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Hearst Corporation Drops ‘Corp.’
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Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
BuzzFeed changes editorial standards to allow sponsorships in entertainment programming
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