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9:10 AM ET, March 10, 2016

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Brent Lang / Variety:
Sources: Sean Parker's The Screening Room pitches industry on service offering home movie rentals on theatrical release day, $50 per view, $150 for set-top box  —  Studios, Exhibitors Consider Revolutionary Plan for Day-and-Date Movies at Home (EXCLUSIVE)  —  Tech mogul Sean Parker pitches industry …
Nick Madigan / New York Times:
Video deposition from former Gawker EIC AJ Daulerio suggesting sex videos of children over four could be newsworthy stuns courtroom  —  Gawker Editor's Testimony Stuns Courtroom in Hulk Hogan Trial  —  ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — A palpable sense of shock rippled through a courtroom …
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Max Read / New York Magazine:
Hulk Hogan-Gawker trial reminds one journalist about the dangers of jokes in internal, searchable, archived chats  —  Hulk Hogan Taught Me Never to Make a Bad Joke on Slack Again  —  Thanks to the Hogan lawsuit, my chat joke — and my co-worker's noble attempt to explain it to a lawyer — is now a matter of public record.
Aaron Tilley / Forbes:
Sonos announces layoffs, greater focus on voice technology and paid streaming music services  —  As Amazon Echo Takes Off, Sonos Announces Layoffs And Preps For A Voice-Controlled Future  —  Amazon is making huge strides with Echo, its voice-activated speaker.
Matt Novak / Gizmodo:
Wired Keeps Calling Trump ‘Someone With Tiny Hands’ Due to a Chrome Extension Error  —  Wired published an embarrassing correction to a story by Jason Tanz about Donald Trump today.  Apparently he or his editors had a Chrome extension turned on that changed every mention of “Donald Trump” to “Someone With Tiny Hands.”
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Fresco News teams with FOX to bring citizen journalism to local newsrooms around the U.S.  —  Crowdsourced journalism startup Fresco News has just scored a notable partnership which will bring photo and video footage shot by ordinary citizens to several local Fox newsrooms around the U.S. Using …
Lizzie Dearden / The Independent:
Buckingham Palace launches official complaint over Sun front page claiming Queen supports Brexit  —  Buckingham Palace has complained to the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso) about a report in the Sun newspaper which claimed that the Queen had voiced strong Eurosceptic views.
Jordan Valinsky / Digiday:
The New York Times announces Watching, a vertical focused on video content that will begin as a newsletter this summer, and expansion of health vertical, Well  —  The New York Times is launching a television website, expanding Well  —  In an effort to make The New York Times more …
Discussion: Poynter
Associated Press:
Two journalists hospitalized after attack on bus in Chechnya carrying journalists and activists  —  Russian group: Journalists attacked near Chechnya border  —  MOSCOW (AP) — A group of men attacked a small bus carrying foreign and Russian journalists and activists from a non-governmental …
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
UK's News Media Association objects to formation of IPSO rival regulator Impress saying it relies on Max Mosley as sole donor, has no editorial code of standard  —  Publishers object to Impress's attempt to gain charter recognition  —  NMA issues 45-page document outlining its case against regulator …
Discussion: Daily Mail and Press Gazette
Chris O'Brien / VentureBeat:
YouTube cofounder Steve Chen launches Nom, a livestreaming service that's Twitch for food shows  —  Ladies and gentlemen, start your mixers!  —  Trying to tap the growing popularity of live video streaming and online food communities, YouTube cofounder Steve Chen has unveiled Nom.
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Twitter updates Moments for better mobile browsing by sending users to AMP-powered pages  —  Twitter Moments, the feature that's meant to highlight the best of Twitter in a more magazine-like format, has so far failed to incite further user growth, as was initially hoped.
 
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Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
Google received 19M DMCA takedown requests last week, growing from 8M in 2015 and 6M in March 2014
Joshua Brustein / Bloomberg Business:
While Apple lost price-fixing lawsuit, its push to raise ebook prices succeeded, undercutting the fledging industry and leading to ebook sales decline
Jason Leopold / VICE News:
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Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
Hoping to make audio more shareable, WNYC introduces “audiograms” for social media
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Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Viceland to launch in the UK and Ireland on Sky and Now TV in September
Hadas Gold / Politico:
Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski grabs arm of Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields, nearly bringing her to the ground