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12:20 PM ET, March 26, 2013

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Darrell Etherington / TechCrunch:
Pocket Introduces Publisher Tools And Analytics To Extend Content Life With Its 8.5M-Strong Audience  —  Pocket, the save-for-later service that evolved from ReadItLater, is introducing new publisher tools today, including a way to see how content saved to the platform is performing …
Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
New York Times closes another loophole in its digital paywall  —  Look out, media cheapskates — the New York Times is losing patience with your skinflint ways.  After imposing a metered paywall last year to restrict how many articles non-subscribers can read for free, the Times is clamping …
Discussion: NetNewsCheck Latest
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
BBC Study Confirms Tablets' Growing Role In TV Consumption, But Also That TV Remains Supreme  —  Companies like Google, Twitter and Nielsen — who respectively make money from digital advertising, want to make a lot more from digital ads, and get paid to provide data to justify ads online and offline …
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Hulu Isn't for Sale — Yet.  But Buyers Are Asking ...  Two years ago, Hulu's corporate owners put the video site up for sale — and then took it off the block.  —  New version of a similar story: Hulu's corporate owners still aren't sure what they want to do with the site.
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Aaron Sankin / The Huffington Post:
Major Changes At The San Francisco Chronicle Spark Outrage  —  SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco Chronicle announced over the weekend that the paper would begin charging for a large portion of its online content by imposing a paywall.  —  Since it became one of the first major newspapers …
Rachael Daigle / AAN:
Alt-Weeklies Are Dead; Long Live Alt-Weeklies  —  Yes, the alternative weekly of yesterday is toast.  At least it should be if the alt-weekly business is going to survive.  —  The year 2012 was big in the alternative newsweekly world.  —  It was the year the country's largest chain of alt-weeklies …
Discussion: Beyond Search, Thanks:@altweeklies
Lorraine Murphy / Daily Dot:
How Anonymous gamed Twitter to shed light on a hidden massacre  —  Genocide in Burma (Myanmar) is, unfortunately, nothing new.  The country is consistently featured in Worst Human Rights lists.  But with the recent democratic reforms—including the freedom of former political prisoner Aung San Suu Kyi—there was hope.
Discussion: The Stream and Softpedia News
Adam Popescu / ReadWrite:
How Online Comments Are Becoming A Big Business  —  They almost seem like an afterthought, the comments attached to Internet content.  These scribblings may seem like the anonymous musings of the masses, but many corporations are viewing them as a high-powered vehicle to drive lead generation …
Adrienne LaFrance / Nieman Journalism Lab:
“Post Classic”: The Washington Post integrates its print edition into a new iPad app  —  What if you had an old-school newspaper newsroom where the digital producers were at the core of the operation, and the task of putting together the print newspaper was the side job?
Discussion: MediaShift and Washington Post
Guardian:
New data reveals consumer interaction across screens - video  —  Study finds a unified strategy across environment, content and screen must be deployed to create a coherent proposition with added value for both advertiser and consumer  —  Revealed today at the Changing Media Summit by Nigel Walley …
Kim Masters / Hollywood Reporter:
Warner Bros.' Kevin Tsujihara on Studio Plans, Digital Critics and Lunch With Clint Eastwood  —  The new WB chief looks to navigate a hazy outlook as the digital space drives entertainment — but not yet revenue: “We don't want ... to lose focus.”  —  On the morning of March 5 …
Dolia Estevez / Forbes:
Exclusive Rights To Broadcast Olympic Games Helps Tycoon Carlos Slim Enter Television  —  On the same day last week that Mexico's lower House of Congress approved an anti-monopoly telecom reform bill that, if enacted, will give billionaire tycoon Carlos Slim the ability to enter the television industry …
Discussion: laht.com and InfoSurHoy news
 
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Sarah Kessler / Fast Company:
iStockphoto Creator Bruce Livingstone Takes A Second Stab At Stock Photos
Discussion: PetaPixel and CNET
Russ Martin / Marketing Magazine:
Sprouter and BetaKit folded into Financial Post
Mackenzie Weinger / Politico:
Business Insider president: 'We're taking on the rest of the world'
Mariah Blake / Columbia Journalism Review:
The trouble with Torrington  —  A small-town paper calls …
Lauren Landry / BostonInno:
Boston University Student Journalists Keep The Phoenix Boxes Stocked With Alt-Weekly News
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Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter:
BBC launches ‘expert women database’ to help its journalists diversify sources
Sean Ludwig / VentureBeat:
Trying to make paywalls work, Andrew Sullivan offers Dish access for $2 a month
Discussion: The Dish and paidContent
Erik Wemple:
CNN media show didn't mention CNN controversy
Janko Roettgers / paidContent:
Blip to publishers: we're going to monetize your videos, whether you like it or not
Sharon Waxman / The Wrap:
TMZ's Harvey Levin Makes Way For Variety Editor Josh Dickey
Discussion: LA Observed