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3:15 AM ET, June 25, 2013

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Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Greenwald Responds To Gregory's ‘Baseless, Reckless Assumption’  —  NEW YORK — For years, Guardian columnist Glenn Greenwald has argued that journalists in Washington often seem too cozy with the political figures they're supposed to hold accountable and too quick to amplify the government's perspective on national security.
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Andrew Sullivan / The Dish:
David Gregory Is What's Wrong With Washington  —  There has been an understandable collective wince at David Gregory's asking a fellow-journalist whether he should go to jail (I speak of Glenn Greenwald) for helping a whistle-blower.  Now, as readers know, I'm somewhat skeptical …
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
NYT publishes deleted story after BuzzFeed reporter reconstructs it  —  The odd tale of a story about women who corresponded with former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner that the New York Times published, then deleted earlier this month got odder Monday: BuzzFeed reporter Andrew Kaczynski pieced a version of it together from Google searches.
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Liz Gannes / AllThingsD:
Q&A: Digg's Andrew McLaughlin and Jake Levine Race to Replace Google Reader
Discussion: Softpedia News
Cenk Uygur / The Huffington Post:
How We Will Crush CNN  —  The Young Turks is the largest online news show in the world.  We have just crossed the Million/Billion mark.  We have over one million subscribers and one billion views on our YouTube channel.  There are only 25 non-music channels in the Million/Billion Club.
Discussion: Mediaite and AdAge
Josh Halliday / Guardian:
BBC journalist received ‘threatening’ tweets from Turkish mayor  —  Broadcaster condemns messages sent by Ankara mayor to reporter Selin Girit accusing her of ‘treachery’  —  The BBC has expressed concern after one of its journalists was targeted in a “threatening” Twitter campaign …
Discussion: GlobalPost and BBC
Paul Resnikoff / Digital Music News:
Pink Floyd Blasts Pandora for “Tricking Artists Into Signing Their Own Paycuts...”  —  This is a ‘hearts and minds’ campaign gone miserably wrong for Pandora.  And the latest scathing critic of Pandora and its campaigning founder, Tim Westergren, is none other than Roger Waters …
Ryan Chittum / Columbia Journalism Review:
The newspaper plunge slows  —  But paywall strategies and new business are still not enough to offset print ad declines  —  The newspaper industry found an extra $6 billion in its couch cushions last year.  —  That's not new revenue, unfortunately—just newly measured revenue.
Dorian Jones / Voice of America:
Turkish PM Takes Aim at Social Media  —  ISTANBUL — Turkey's prime minister has condemned social media and promised a crackdown on it and its users.  There have already been arrests, and new legislation is being drafted to curb its use.  But observers claim social media will be increasingly used …
Discussion: openDemocracy, @zeynep, @zeynep and @zeynep
Linette Lopez / Business Insider:
Why The Proxy Battle To Dismantle Yahoo's Board Probably Won't Work  —  Two massive pension funds are getting together to wage a proxy battle that would completely wipe out and rebuild Yahoo's Board of Directors at the company's meeting tomorrow, but it's time to get real — they probably won't get what they want.
Discussion: Telegraph
Jennifer Saba / Reuters:
Demand Media acquires e-commerce marketplace for $94 million  —  (Reuters) - Demand Media, the owner of content websites eHow, Livestrong and Cracked, said on Monday it had acquired the e-commerce marketplace Society6 for $94 million in cash and stock as the company diversifies its business model.
Claire Atkinson / New York Post:
Ex-MTV guru Judy McGrath joins Sony Music  —  Judy McGrath is back.  —  The former MTV Networks chief — who pioneered the reality-TV boom at MTV — is joining forces with Sony Music to create an entertainment production division inside the music major.  —  In keeping with her reputation …
Rosie Gray / BuzzFeed:
WikiLeaks Spokesperson Says Group May Publish Snowden's Remaining Material  —  “I can't go into any details.”  —  WASHINGTON — A WikiLeaks spokesperson opened the possibility Monday that the group could publish the rest of Edward Snowden's National Security Agency documents when reached by phone on Monday.
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Dana Liebelson / Mother Jones:
WikiLeaks: We Know Where Snowden Is, But We're Not Telling You
Discussion: CNN, Reuters and VentureBeat
Tom Harper / The Independent:
Pressure grows on Lord Leveson to explain why he ignored hacking beyond the press  —  Lord Justice Leveson is facing mounting questions over why he decided to ignore a bombshell report detailing serious and widespread corruption among police and private investigators that was passed to his inquiry.
Discussion: pressgazette.co.uk
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