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10:20 PM ET, July 18, 2013

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Sandra Laville / Guardian:
Rupert Murdoch admits error in criticism of police investigations  —  Media mogul writes to MP Keith Vaz to retract ‘incompetence’ remark but says inquiries have taken too long  —  Read the full text of Murdoch's letter to Vaz  —  Rupert Murdoch has admitted he was wrong to describe phone-hacking …
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Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
‘New York Post’ gears up for early August web relaunch  —  Late last month, Robert Thomson, C.E.O. of the new publishing-focused iteration of News Corp., told The Financial Times that the New York Post was working on a plan to compete nationally with large, well-financed digital media brands like Buzzfeed.
Discussion: bizjournals
David Freedlander / The Daily Beast:
New York Post Looks Thinner After News Corporation Split  —  It's been a while since Rupert Murdoch's New York tabloid has had a jaw-dropping scoop—or a front page that went viral.  And some laid-off staffers aren't being replaced.  David Freedlander on why staffers are worried.
Kevin Roose / New York Magazine:
Let Tech Blogs Celebrate Start-Ups  —  Sarah Lacy, in her TechCrunch days, interviewing Keith Rabois, formerly of Square.  —  Sarah Lacy is having a rough month.  The founder of tech blog PandoDaily and perennial Valleywag target first ignited criticism with inflammatory comments …
Erin Banco / New York Times:
Judge in Manning Case Allows Charge of Aiding the Enemy  —  The military judge in the trial of Pfc. Bradley Manning decided on Thursday not to drop a charge accusing Private Manning of “aiding the enemy.”  If he is found guilty of the charge, he faces a life sentence in military custody with no chance of parole.
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Ben Wizner / Freedom of the Press Foundation:
How Today's Ruling in the Bradley Manning Case Could Adversely Affect Journalists and Whistleblowers
Discussion: Techdirt and The Huffington Post
Emily Bazelon / Slate:   Bradley Manning trial and WikiLeaks: The government's charge that he aided the enemy is wrong and dangerous.
Dorothy Pomerantz / Forbes:
Don't Get Too Excited About Those Netflix Emmy Nominations  —  The fact that Netflix scored 14 nods at this morning's Emmy Awards nominations is the story of the day.  Until recently, Netflix was a tech company distributing content that other companies made.  Now, suddenly, it's a player in creating that content.
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Zachary M. Seward / Quartz:
Netflix's “House of Cards” gets first major Emmy nominations for online-only show
Peter Lauria / BuzzFeed:
Netflix Needs To Turn Emmy Nominations Into Subscribers
Discussion: Daily Dot
Emma Bazilian / Adweek:
Condé Nast Touts Biggest September in Five Years  —  Fashion bible Vogue seems to be the winner in the September ad page race so far.  —  The Condé Nast book weighed in last year at 658 ad pages; this year, publisher Susan Plagemann added 1 percentage point for a total of 665 total ad pages.
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Erik Maza / WWD:   Ad Sales Tick Up for September Issues
Max Read / Gawker:
Incredible Photos Capture Last Moments of Boston Bombing Manhunt  —  In response to the Rolling Stone cover featuring Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's Instagram selfie, Boston magazine has published a number incredible of photos from behind the scenes of the manhunt that captured the accused Boston bomber …
Ben Sisario / New York Times:
Vivendi Declined SoftBank's Lucrative Offer for Universal  —  Vivendi, the French media and telecommunications conglomerate, rejected an $8.5 billion cash bid from SoftBank for the Universal Music Group, even though it represented a premium of at least $2 billion more than some analysts' estimates …
Tim Kenneally / The Wrap:
Former Fox Exec Mike Darnell Moving to Warner Bros. TV  —  New position will put him in charge of unscripted programming for the production company behind “American Idol” rival “The Voice”  —  It looks like Mike Darnell has found a new gig.  —  Darnell, who until the end of June had served …
Carrie Johnson / NPR:
Justice's Rules Mean Reporter Need Not Testify, Lawyer Says  —  A lawyer for New York Times reporter James Risen is citing new Justice Department guidelines about when to subpoena journalists to support his argument that Risen is covered by a common-law reporter's privilege and need not testify …
Discussion: emptywheel
Steve Jordon / Omaha World-Herald:
Warren Buffett's newspaper company to buy Atlantic City paper  —  Warren Buffett's newspaper company said Thursday it plans to acquire the Press of Atlantic City, N.J., for an undisclosed price.  The Press is owned by Abarta, a private holding company in Pittsburgh that is owned by the Bitzer and Taylor families.
Discussion: Poynter and JIMROMENESKO.COM
LaGrange News:
Civitas Media to Close Suburban Newspapers in Ohio and North Carolina  —  DAVIDSON, N.C. - July 17 -, 2013 - Civitas Media, parent company to the LaGrange Daily News, a multi-platform information provider to local communities, announced today that it is closing eight suburban weekly newspapers in the Dayton, Ohio and Raleigh, NC areas.
John Cook / Gawker:
Here's Where Your Crackstarter Money Is Going  —  As you may recall, roughly six weeks ago we succeeded in raising $200,000 from readers in an effort to purchase and publish a video of Toronto mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine.  I'm disappointed to announce definitively that the money …
Discussion: Guardian
Jeff Bercovici / Forbes:
What Will It Take To Make Cheap Over-The-Top TV Viable?  —  In theory, there are any number of reasons why a person might eschew a cable or satellite subscription and choose to get his television over a broadband connection, ie. over the top.  Maybe he has a demanding job that makes it impossible to wait around for the cable guy.
Jim Romenesko:
[UPDATED] Sun-Times lays off 14 production staffers  —  The downsizing continues at the Chicago Sun-Times.  —  The paper confirmed today that 14 production employees were laid off last Wednesday.  The paper released this statement after I asked about the cuts:
 
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Joe Flint / Los Angeles Times:
CBS and Time Warner Cable take distribution feud public
Discussion: New York Times and Reuters
John Eggerton / Broadcasting & Cable:
Aereo's Kanojia: On Track for 22 Markets by Fall
Discussion: Variety
Chris Welch / The Verge:
Reading news through gestures: New York Times to release Leap Motion app
Discussion: TechCrunch, MacRumors and FishbowlNY
Joe Holleman / St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
St. Louis Public Radio-Beacon merger moving ahead
Gustavo Arellano / Navel Gazing:
Why OC Weekly Will Continue to Use the Term “Illegal Immigrant,” and Even “Illegals”
Rebecca Grant / VentureBeat:
Swell raises $5.4M to ‘reinvent news radio’ around your preferences
Karl Taro Greenfeld / Businessweek:
Fox Sports 1's Strategy vs. ESPN: ‘Jockularity’
WAN-IFRA:
BuzzFeed's Community section: Publications recruit staff with UGC
Discussion: Nieman Journalism Lab
 Earlier Picks: 
Tom Gara / Corporate Intelligence:
Media Diversity: Washington Post Expands Into Industrial Boilers
Sean Michaels / Guardian:
Liam Gallagher sues New York Post over ‘love child’ claims
Gavriel Hollander / Press Gazette:
Independent management warns journalists print edition in question beyond 2015 unless cuts made
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Operation Elveden: six journalists in court over payments
Discussion: Telegraph
Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter:
Pew: 31% of tweets reflected anger following Zimmerman verdict
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
Apple's Move Into TV Relies on Cooperation With Industry Leaders
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Byliner's new iPad app aims to find your next long read
Discussion: AppNewser