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9:20 AM ET, March 27, 2013

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Mike Shields / Adweek:
Bloomberg Wants to Win at Video  —  It's time for Bloomberg TV's noon news meeting on this Thursday, a meeting that is sandwiched around two momentous events; the day after the new Pope was announced and the day Samsung will release its new Galaxy s4 phone.  —  The packed conference room …
Daniel Victor / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Hashtags considered #harmful  —  The noble hashtag is cursed by a problem Yogi Berra could appreciate: Too many people use it, so no one goes there.  —  Presumably, most Twitter users use hashtags intending to add their tweet to a river of similar information and to expose their own thoughts to a wider, interested audience.
Nellie Andreeva / Deadline.com:
Anderson Cooper Approached For Matt Lauer's ‘Today’ Job  —  Embattled Today anchor Matt Lauer, already the focus of blistering criticism for the ouster of co-anchor Ann Curry and the ratings slide at NBC's morning show, has long been rumored to be on the chopping block …
Andrew M. Barker / Variety:
RIAA Reports Year of Relative Stability in Record Biz … Things might not exactly be returning to normal, but the record business can take some comfort in the fact that the long industry-wide slide appears to have reached ground level, as the RIAA reported a second consecutive year …
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Paul Sloan / CNET:
The one bright spot for the music labels: Digital
Discussion: Billboard, Tone Deaf and The Verge
Guardian:
The Sun joins Telegraph in charging website users  —  News International says offering free content is ‘just untenable’, while Telegraph announces erection of metered paywall  —  Britain's biggest selling daily newspaper, The Sun, is to start charging for its online content in the second half …
Mackenzie Weinger / Politico:
USA Today announces ‘two big changes’  —  USA Today is making “big changes” by putting the cover story in the newspaper “on hiatus” and keeping story jumps to a “bare minimum, if at all,” editor in chief Dave Callaway announced to staffers in a memo on Tuesday.
Discussion: @andreastonez and @mathewi
Foo Yun Chee / Reuters:
EU regulators to approve Random House, Penguin deal: sources  —  (Reuters) - Bertelsmann and Pearson are set to win unconditional EU regulatory approval for a plan to merge their publishers Random House and Penguin, two people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.
Discussion: paidContent
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Media start-up hatched at Columbia, ‘The Big Roundtable,’ looks for a new long-form business model  —  Anyone who has experience writing for magazines can tell you that pitches tend to be approved or rejected based on the whim of any number of editors on the masthead.
Discussion: Kickstarter
Patrick Brzeski / Hollywood Reporter:
Study: China Surpasses Japan to Become Second-Largest Pay TV Market Behind U.S.  —  A new report says the Asia-Pacific region will add 420 million pay TV households by 2018, more than triple the number of households in the entire United States.  —  A new study released by a U.K.-based …
Bloomberg:
Ericsson Said to Discuss Buying Microsoft's TV-Software Unit  —  Ericsson AB (ERICB) is in talks to buy Microsoft Corp. (MSFT)'s IPTV business, which makes software used by phone companies such as AT&T Inc. (T) to deliver television over the Internet, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Discussion: GigaOM, Engadget, ZDNet and The Verge
Jennifer Saba / Reuters:
Flipboard launches new edition, lets readers create magazines  —  (Reuters) - Social magazine app Flipboard launched on Tuesday one of its biggest overhauls to date allowing readers to create and share their own magazines in a bid to keep growing in popularity.
Keith J. Kelly / New York Post:
Scratch Freston from Time Inc. CEO derby  —  Scratch Mtv founder Tom Freston from the list of potential Time Inc. CEOs.  —  Even before the search begins in earnest, Freston told Media Ink he isn't interested in the job.  —  That is sure to dash the dreams of Time Inc.'ers.
Discussion: Guardian
Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web:
Tumblr crosses 100 million blogs, with 44.6 billion posts inside  —  Tumblr has today quietly ticked over the 100 million blog mark, with those blogs containing some 44.6 billion posts.  We noticed that the ticker on the popular blogging platform's about page had ticked over and Tumblr confirmed …
 
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Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
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Eduardo Porter / New York Times:
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Jack Shafer:
Is this story less than the Summly of its parts?
Discussion: philosophically and UPROXX
Nicholas Carlson / Business Insider:
Here's Why Marissa Mayer Is About To Spend ~$200 Million On A YouTube Wannabe
Discussion: Betabeat and Softpedia News
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Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
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Katherine Fung / The Huffington Post:
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Discussion: New York Magazine
Adam Popescu / ReadWrite:
How Online Comments Are Becoming A Big Business
Rachael Daigle / AAN:
Alt-Weeklies Are Dead; Long Live Alt-Weeklies
Discussion: Poynter and Beyond Search, Thanks:@altweeklies
Lorraine Murphy / Daily Dot:
How Anonymous gamed Twitter to shed light on a hidden massacre
Discussion: The Verge and VentureBeat