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3:35 AM ET, July 11, 2013


 Top News: 
David Streitfeld / New York Times:
E-Book Ruling Gives Amazon an Advantage  —  Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, loves disrupting markets.  In that regard, he must be having a delightful summer.  The book business, once so mired in the past it seemed part of the antiques trade, is up for grabs.
Judge says Apple conspired to raise prices on e-books  —  In a decision that could reshape how electronic books are sold on the Internet, a federal judge ruled that Apple Inc conspired to raise the retail prices of e-books, and ordered a trial on damages.  The decision by U.S. District Judge Denise Cote …
David Dishneau / Associated Press:
Harvard professor says leaks changed WikiLeaks' image  —  FORT MEADE, Md. — An Army private's leak of classified information to WikiLeaks changed how the public, the government and traditional news media perceived the anti-secrecy organization — from a legitimate journalistic enterprise …
Ian Simpson / Reuters:
Defense rests in court-martial of soldier accused of WikiLeaks disclosures
Katherine Fung / The Huffington Post:
Charles Koch: Tribune Newspaper Bid Is 'Not On The Front Burner, But It's Possible'  —  In his first public statement about the Tribune Company newspapers, Charles Koch said in an interview published Tuesday that “it's possible” that his company will make a bid.
Robert Channick / Chicago Tribune:
Tribune Co. to spin off newspapers
Jan Schaffer / Nieman Journalism Lab:
In St. Louis, two news organizations are navigating the tricky path to a merger  —  If all goes as hoped, in coming months St. Louis Public Radio (SLPR) and the St. Louis Beacon will formally merge their two newsrooms.  It will be the first time a public radio station with a staff of journalists …
Discussion: @cmatthewsnyc
Sam Thielman / Adweek:
Zucker's Changes at CNN Are Already Bearing Fruit  —  The good ship CNN is riding a little higher on the waves.  After months of plummeting ratings and a high-profile game of C-suite musical chairs, the original cable news network is catching up to its competitors in the core demo and showing significant year-over-year gains.
Discussion: Boing Boing
Laura Bennett / New Republic:
CNN Is Bad at Tabloid Journalism
Alastair Reid /
New York Times and Telegraph launch Kindle Fire apps  —  NYT looks to expand Android market while the Telegraph adds new features as the platform is integrated into existing subscription models The New York Times app includes free access to all sections until the end of July.
Eliza Kern / GigaOM:
To win over media, Instagram to provide embeds for photo, video  —  Just a few weeks after adding video to its service, Instagram has announced Wednesday that it plans to allow users to embed their photos and videos across the web.  It's a long-requested feature that will come as good news to a lot of users …
Greg Sandoval / The Verge:
Boston broadcaster latest to sue Aereo for copyright violations  —  WCVB in Boston makes many of the same arguments against web TV service that two federal courts rejected in Manhattan  —  Add Hearst to the names of traditional media companies trying to stop Aereo from expanding its web TV service.
Discussion: GigaOM, Bloomberg, Boston Globe and Variety
Eisner Predicts Hulu to Lose Next-Day TV Rights Post-Sale  —  The buyers of Hulu LLC will lose next-day rights to television shows that the service now enjoys under its current owners, Michael Eisner, former chairman of Walt Disney Co., said in an interview.
Andrew Green / Reuters:
South Sudan backs plans to boost press freedom, reporters wary  —  (Reuters) - South Sudan's parliament has passed two bills to improve press freedom, an official said on Wednesday, a move reporters in the African country hope will strengthen their rights in the face of regular harassment by the authorities.
Katy Bachman / Adweek:
If Publishers Fail to Self-Regulate Native Ads, FTC May Step In  —  BuzzFeed is famous for it, Facebook and Twitter embraced it, and The Atlantic got blasted for it.  Native advertising may be all the rage, but if brands and publishers aren't careful, it could trigger some regulatory repercussions, analysts say.
Discussion: AdExchanger and eMedia Vitals
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Ryan Faughnder / Los Angeles Times:
University Internet TV service Tivli raises $6 million to expand
Ryan Chittum / Columbia Journalism Review:
Reuters feeds the robots two-second scoops
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Melissa Korn / Wall Street Journal:
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Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
‘Times’ cuts one of its three New York City editions
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Justine Rosenthal, long-time deputy of Tina Brown, is out at ‘Newsweek’
Lydia DePillis / Washington Post:
Barnes & Noble's troubles don't show why bookstores are doomed. They show how they'll survive.
Eriq Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:
Al Gore Dismissed From Lawsuit Over Current TV Sale to Al Jazeera
Emma Bazilian / Adweek:
Magazine Ad Pages Continue to Decline, Despite Increase in Digital
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Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
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