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11:30 PM ET, June 25, 2013

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Jennifer C. Kerr / Associated Press:
Ex-NSA official assails Obama administration as journalists, others, debate gov't leak probes  —  WASHINGTON — A former spy agency official who was the target of a government leak investigation says he feels a “significant kinship” with National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden.
Jonathan Kaiman / Guardian:
China newspaper praises Snowden for 'tearing off Washington's mask'  —  State-run People's Daily says whistleblower has exposed US hypocrisy after Washington blamed Beijing for his escape  —  China's top state newspaper has praised the fugitive US spy agency contractor Edward Snowden for …
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Erik Wemple:
What would it take to nail Glenn Greenwald under the Espionage Act?  —  Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) kicked things off on June 12, when he said the following in regard to Glenn Greenwald of the Guardian: “When you have someone who has disclosed secrets like this and threatens to release more …
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Jim Romenesko:
Andrew Ross Sorkin apologizes for saying he'd ‘almost arrest Glenn Greenwald’
Discussion: Techdirt
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
ASNE census finds 2,600 newsroom jobs were lost in 2012  —  The American Society of News Editors released its annual newsroom census today and found an unexpected acceleration of job losses.  Roughly 2,600 full-time professional editorial jobs at newspapers disappeared in 2012 …
Discussion: Pew Research Center
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Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:   Minority employment in newsrooms held steady in 2012
David Dishneau / Associated Press:
Courtroom Closures Likely In WikiLeaks Trial  —  FORT MEADE, Md. — Lawyers for Army leaker Pfc. Bradley Manning raised no objection Tuesday to a government proposal to temporarily close his court-martial to the public and press, possibly as early as this week, to protect classified evidence.
Jim Romenesko:
AJR editor Rem Rieder is named USA Today media editor  —  Longtime American Journalism Review editor Rem Rieder joins USA Today on July 15 as full time media editor.  “[He] brings us a combination of traditional media sensibilities and new media entrepreneurship that will help us develop …
Discussion: Poynter
Roger Yu / USA Today:
Media CEOs back print, quality over platform  —  Media CEOs issue support for newspapers but see digital enhancements as key differentiator.  —  WASHINGTON, D.C. — Top executives of several major U.S. media companies reiterated their support for print newspapers, even as they emphasized …
Discussion: Poynter and Kirk LaPointe's …
Dylan Byers / Politico:
WSJ, Dow Jones to ‘restructure’  —  Three days ahead of News Corp's split into publishing and entertainment divisions, the Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires are set to undergo “a limited restructuring” effort that will result in the creation of new positions and the elimination …
Discussion: Bloomberg and @kenli729
Alex Weprin / TVNewser:
CNN Shutting Down CNN Radio Unit  —  CNN is shutting down its CNN Radio unit.  Today will be the last day of broadcasts for the department, which focused primarily on long-form audio news stories.  —  Staff for the unit were told about the change today, and their last day will be Friday.
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Barnes & Noble says it will stop manufacturing Nook tablets in-house; e-readers live on  —  Barnes & Noble said in its earnings report Tuesday that it will stop manufacturing Nook tablets in-house.  —  Barnes & Noble's Nook tablet line has been heading downhill for awhile …
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New York Times:
Assange, Back in News, Never Left U.S. Radar  —  In June 2011, Ogmundur Jonasson, Iceland's minister of the interior at the time, received an urgent message from the authorities in the United States.  It said that “there was an imminent attack on Icelandic government databases” by hackers …
Nic Christensen / mUmBRELLA:
Australia's largest publisher News Limited is to change its name to News Corp Australia.  The change comes 90 years after James Davidson created News Limited in 1923.  It formed the foundation of the Adelaide-based empire that Sir Keith Murdoch bought into in 1949.
Discussion: TheAustralian
Caitlin Dewey / Washington Post:
Reporters who chased Snowden to Havana now enjoying unexpected tropical vacations  —  Eighteen hours after their fools' errand of a flight landed in Havana, much of the Moscow-based press corps is still stranded continents away from the Snowden story they were chasing: sightseeing in the region …
Discussion: New York Times, WorldViews and The Week
 
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Greg Sandoval / The Verge:
Pandora and musicians to discuss royalty settlement as war of words heats up
Michael Sebastian / AdAge:
Mashable Taps New York Times VP as Its First Chief Revenue Officer
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Sara Morrison / The Wrap:
Huffington Post Expands to Africa
Anthony Ha / TechCrunch:
On Its 2-Year Anniversary, Onswipe Says It Has Delivered Tablet Content To 125M+ iOS Users
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Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Tribune Co. appeals tax bills
Josh Halliday / Guardian:
Charlotte Moore set to be confirmed as BBC1 controller
Discussion: broadcastnow.co.uk
Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
Vine use on Twitter up almost 100% in last two months, says survey
Discussion: The Drum and Unruly Media
NBC News:
Journalists caught up in militant attack on Afghan presidential palace
Anthony Crupi / Adweek:
Networks' Q1 spend slips 5 percent; cable on the rise
Discussion: AdAge, Media Money … and AllThingsD
Sarah Darville / Nieman Journalism Lab:
When it comes to digital news trends, a Reuters Institute study says some stereotypes ring true
Discussion: Fast Company