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9:35 PM ET, December 28, 2015


 Top News: 
Christopher Bodeen / Associated Press:
China says new restrictions to come on terrorism reporting  —  3 photos  —  BEIJING (AP) — China said Monday it would impose new restrictions on media reports about domestic terrorism, as it continued to deride a French journalist being forced to leave the country for questioning Beijing's claims about the terrorist threat it faces.
Becky Davis / Agence France-Presse:
China to expel Ursula Gauthier, a French Jounalist from L'Obs magazine who questioned government's treatment of Muslim Uighur minority
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Facebook fights skepticism from net neutrality advocates over its Free Basics program in India  —  Facebook Confronts The Free Internet Neutrality Dilemma  —  What's more important?  Restricted free Internet access for the poor?  Or maintaining an open, neutral Internet without limitations?
Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
Sole WDBJ shooting survivor, Vicki Gardner, speaks out about the tragedy  —  WDBJ shooting victim on the tragedy, TV violence and looking ‘ahead’  —  Four months after she was shot in the back during a live TV broadcast, Vicki Gardner is finally finished with surgeries and is almost ready to return to work.
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Trademark Filings Point To More Beats Radio Stations Coming To Apple Music  —  Just-spotted trademark applications from Apple-owned Beats Electronics, LLC point to Apple's plans to introduce more live streaming radio stations to its Apple Music service to accompany its 24-hour station, Beats 1.
Dan Gillmor / Nieman Lab:
Journalists must become activists for free expression amid increasing government surveillance and corporate control  —  Journalists turn activist  —  In 2016, journalists will recognize that they have to be activists — if they want to call themselves journalists, that is.
Discussion: @sulliview
Vindu Goel / New York Times:
Bollywood studios and US giants like 21st Century Fox, Amazon, and Netflix hope to persuade people in India to pay for video  —  Bollywood and U.S. Media Giants Try to Induce Indians to Pay for Video  —  MUMBAI — As the morning rain dripped in the garden outside, the yoga teacher Aparajita Jamwal got …
Agence France-Presse:
Naji Jerf, Syrian journalist, author of anti-ISIS documentaries, killed in Gaziantep, Turkey  —  Syria anti-IS documentary maker ‘assassinated’ in Turkey  —  Beirut (AFP) - A Syrian activist who produced documentaries hostile to the Islamic State group was assassinated in Turkey Sunday …
Tim Peterson / Ad Age:
Snapchat adds a year-in-review music-themed channel that runs from Saturday till the end of the year to Discover, sponsored exclusively by Spotify  —  Snapchat Is Making Its Own Original Content for Discover Again  —  App Adds Year-in-Review Music Channel to Discover, Sponsored by Spotify
Jessica Lussenhop / BBC:
Profile of Bill Proctor, a retired WXYZ-TV reporter investigating suspected cases of wrongful conviction in Michigan, including 1996 murder of 12-year-old girl  —  TV reporter spends retirement investigating brutal murder  —  After a long career in television, Bill Proctor could have spent his retirement out of the spotlight.
Discussion: @bbcnewsus, Newser and @mkonnikova
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