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4:25 PM ET, April 30, 2013

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Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY:
NY Times Circulation Jumps 18 Percent, Daily News and Post See Declines  —  According to the new circulation report from the Alliance for Audited Media (AAM), The New York Times has been enjoying some success, but the New York Daily News and New York Post haven't.
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Edmund Lee / Bloomberg:
New York Times Tops USA Today to Become No. 2 Paper in U.S.  —  The New York Times posted an 18 percent gain in daily circulation, vaulting it past USA Today as the second-largest U.S. newspaper, according to figures released today by the Alliance for Audited Media.
Discussion: Gannett Blog and INMA
Jeff Bercovici / Forbes:
Despite Digital Gains, Newspaper Circulation Backslides
Kathleen Miles / The Huffington Post:
If Koch Brothers Buy Major Paper, Half of Staff May Quit  —  At a Los Angeles Times in-house awards ceremony a week ago, columnist Steve Lopez addressed the elephant in the room.  —  Speaking to the entire staff, he said, “Raise your hand if you would quit if the paper was bought by Austin Beutner's group.”
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The Newspaper Guild:   Guild Calls on Tribune Sellers to Protect Papers' Integrity
Dara Kerr / CNET:
Yahoo rolls out six original shows and new TV partnerships  —  Aiming to bring users more content, the company is launching Web shows, starring Ed Helms, John Stamos, and Cheryl Hines, and debuting programming from WWE, ABC News, CNBC, and Conde Nast.  —  Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is working …
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Amol Sharma / Wall Street Journal:
Nielsen Gets Digital to Track Online TV Viewers  —  Nielsen is expected to announce Tuesday that it is testing a tool to measure online viewing of TV shows, the latest step in the company's efforts to improve how it tracks digital audiences.  —  Broadcast and cable networks, including NBC …
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Danny Yadron / Wall Street Journal:
Obama to Name Wheeler to Head FCC  —  President Barack Obama is expected to soon nominate a former top lobbyist for the cable and wireless industries to lead the Federal Communications Commission, two people familiar with the matter said.  —  Tom Wheeler, a venture capitalist …
Jim Romenesko:
North Carolina alt-weekly Rhino Times folds after 21 years  —  “We have simply run out of money,” says editor and publisher John Hammer, who owns the paper with his brother.  “The Rhinoceros Times is hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt.”  —  This week's issue is the last — a surprise to the conservative paper's staff.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Times-Picayune plans new ‘street’ tabloid for previous non-print days  —  TPStreet will appear on newsstands this summer, Times Picayune Editor Jim Amoss writes in a letter to readers.  It will be on newsstands Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.  —  It will focus on “breaking news, sports and entertainment” and will cost 75 cents.
Discussion: Updates
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Hulu Announces Adding 1 Million Paid Subscribers In Q1 2013; Streamed Over 1 Billion Videos  —  At today's Hulu Upfront, the company offered an update on its online TV business, sharing that it had set records for revenue in Q1 2013, and had achieved a new milestone of having streamed over 1 billion videos in the quarter.
Meenal Vamburkar / Mediaite:
CNN's New Morning Show New Day To Launch In June  —  On Tuesday, CNN announced that will be a New Day at the network starting next month.  In the morning, anyway.  The new morning show — with hosts Chris Cuomo and Kate Bolduan, and news anchor Michaela Pereira — is set to premiere on June 10.
Marisa Guthrie / Hollywood Reporter:
Chris Matthews Signs New Long-Term Deal with MSNBC (Exclusive)  —  The contract will keep him at “Hardball” through the next presidential election, but the 67-year-old will retire from his syndicated “Chris Matthews Show” in July.  —  Chris Matthews has re-upped with MSNBC …
John Herrman / BuzzFeed:
What Would Happen To The Media If Facebook Collapsed?  —  MySpace became irrelevant practically overnight.  What would happen to the media if Facebook did the same?  Call it the Facebook Contingency.  —  MySpace had one of the largest user bases ever collected on the internet.
Discussion: Forbes and Marketing Pilgrim
Edmund Lee / Bloomberg:
Thomson Reuters Beats Estimates as Tax, Legal Divisions Gain  —  Thomson Reuters Corp. (TRI), a provider of news and information services, posted first-quarter profit that exceeded analysts' estimates as its tax and legal units expanded.  —  Excluding some items, profit totaled 38 cents a share …
Discussion: Reuters and Talking Biz News
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
Tsarnaev scoop: Five steps to NYRB's “Misha” exclusive  —  A famous sign at the Los Angeles Times urged: “GOYA/KOD.”  That means “Get off your ass/knock on doors,” a reportorial approach that Christian Caryl rode to glory yesterday.  —  Caryl is a senior fellow for the Legatum Institute …
Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
Weather Company unveils three new web series, offers “four-screen” ad opportunity  —  The Weather Company continues to expand beyond its core programming with new web series devoted to adventure and human interest.  The new content comes as the company deepens its content and advertising strategies.
 
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