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10:05 AM ET, January 3, 2016


 Top News: 
Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
More than 100 Boston Globe writers, editors, and business side employees pitching in to deliver Sunday papers after widespread problems with new delivery vendor  —  ‘Army’ of Boston Globe reporters to deliver Sunday's newspaper  —  If you're a subscriber to the Boston Globe …
Rob Price / Business Insider:
Twitter is reversing its ban on political watchdog Politwoops  —  Four months after being banned by Twitter, Politwoops is coming back.  —  If you're not familiar with it, Politwoops is a kind of social media watchdog.  It automatically monitors the Twitter feeds of politicians and highlights whenever they delete a tweet.
Nancy Scola / Politico:
How Medium, which opened a Washington DC office last spring, is courting politicians on the left and right  —  How Medium is breaking Washington's op-ed habit  —  The online publishing platform has assiduously courted the political class.  —  Medium, the three-year-old online publishing platform run …
The Independent:
The New York Times' Pakistan printing partner removes front page article on attacks and killings of secular Bengali bloggers  —  The article Pakistan doesn't want you to read  —  The International edition of the New York Times newspaper had two blank pages after printers in Pakistan removed an article.
Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg / Wall Street Journal:
Publishers hope daily ebook deals companies will entice readers but worry about long-term consequences of low prices  —  Daily E-Book Deals Are Gaining Traction  —  Publishers want to get readers hooked so they eventually will buy full-priced works  —  Every day, the company sends …
Discussion: TeleRead
Jackie Spinner / Columbia Journalism Review:
On the ‘digital frontline,’ social media reporters and editors exposed to vicarious trauma  —  As part of her job as a social media editor for the Associated Press, Hannah Cushman had to watch a video over and over again of a 17-year-old killed by a Chicago police officer.  How many times did she view the shooting?
Discussion: @cjr and @cjr
Ben Sisario / New York Times:
Discogs has a user-generated database of more than 6.5M music releases and a marketplace with 24M items for sale  —  Discogs Turns Record Collectors' Obsessions Into Big Business  —  BEAVERTON, Ore. — In the beginning, Kevin Lewandowski just wanted a way to keep track of his techno records.
Agence France-Presse:
Fifth man working for Hong Kong publishers critical of Chinese government goes missing, wife says  —  Another Hong Kong bookseller goes missing: wife  —  Hong Kong (AFP) - A Hong Kong employee of a publishing firm known for producing books critical of the Chinese government has gone missing …
Anasuya Basu / BBC:
Inside India's Balaknama, a quarterly newspaper by former street children and child laborers focused on kids still working or on the streets  —  The street children who run a newspaper in India  —  A group of street children are busy in an unusual editorial meeting in a house in the Indian capital, Delhi.
Discussion: @deep_anchor and @deepikabhardwaj
Allison Lampert / Reuters:
Jailed Saudi blogger Raif Badawi's health deteriorating, wife says  —  Imprisoned Saudi blogger's health deteriorating, wife says  —  Imprisoned Saudi blogger Raif Badawi, recent recipient of a prestigious European human rights award, has suffered fainting spells and deteriorating health …
Discussion: The Next Web, Newsweek and
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Washington Post drops progressive columnist Harold Meyerson, claiming poor social media metrics and excessive discussion of two topics  —  Washington Post Claims It Dropped A Progressive Columnist Because Of Poor Readership.  Readers Aren't Happy.  —  Bernie Sanders says the columnist's “insights will be sorely missed.”
Paul Caron / TaxProf Blog:
LexisNexis Sells Law School Publishing Business To Carolina Academic Press  —  As a LexixNexis author, I received the following email: Law School Publishing News from LexisNexis Matthew Bender and Carolina Academic Press (posted with permission of LexisNexis):
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Hayley Tsukayama / Washington Post:
Authors Guild asks US Supreme Court to consider its case against Google's book scanning without copyright fees; appeals court ruled in Google's favor in October
Darren Rovell / ESPN:
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