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4:51 PM ET, August 14, 2013

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Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Committee To Protect Journalists Marks Grim Milestone Of 1,000 Killed  —  NEW YORK — The Egyptian military and police crackdown Wednesday on Muslim Brotherhood protesters reportedly led to the deaths of more than 100 hundred people, including a journalist covering the carnage, Sky News cameramen Mick Deane.
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7daysindubai.com:
UAE journalist dies in Egypt clashes  —  A journalist who worked for a Dubai newspaper was shot dead in Cairo on Wednesday.  —  Habiba Ahmed Abd Elaziz, 26, died in Rabaa Al Adawiya Square amid clashes between Egyptian police and supporters of the country's ousted president, Mohammed Morsi.
Discussion: @iwmf and The Huffington Post
Sam Marsden / Telegraph:
British cameraman for Sky News killed in Egypt
Elizabeth Spiers / Flavorwire:
How Not to Launch a Site for Women: An Open Letter to Bustle.com Founder, Bryan Goldberg  —  Yesterday BleacherReport.com founder Bryan Goldberg announced that he had received $6.5 million in funding for a new women's site called Bustle.com from a variety of investors including Social+Capital Partnership …
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Sara Morrison / The Wrap:
Bleacher Report Founder Responds to Fury Surrounding His New ‘Feminist Publication’
Cordt Schnibben / Spiegel Online:
Circulation Declines Hit German Papers a Decade after America  —  It came to Germany almost a decade later than America, but the newspaper crisis is sweeping the country, with plummeting circulations and revenues.  The German news media must reinvent itself in order to retain readers.
Jeff Bercovici / Forbes:
Sorry, Craig: Study Finds Craigslist Took $5 Billion From Newspapers  —  For years, newspaper publishers have been saying Craiglist cut the legs out from under their industry by offering a cheap, easy online alternative to their classified advertising pages.
Hannah Allam / McClatchy Washington Bureau:
U.S. journalist marks year in captivity as risks increase for war reporters  —  WASHINGTON — Tuesday marked a year since American journalist Austin Tice was detained while covering the civil war in Syria, one of at least 14 news media workers who've vanished or been seized in the past year, according to press advocacy groups.
Michael Sebastian / AdAge:
New York Times Weaves Custom Ads Into 'Snow Fall'-Like ‘The Jockey’  —  ‘This Time We Learned From Our Mistakes’  —  “The Jockey,” The New York Times' new 10,000-word profile of horse racing legend Russell Baze, will draw comparisons to “Snow Fall” for its immersive web design and multimedia elements.
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Twitter Is Testing Out A New ‘TV Trending’ Box At The Top Of Your Timeline  —  Twitter is betting big on TV, both as a source of traffic and as a potential source of lucrative advertising revenue.  And that's leading the company to test out new ways of bringing even more TV content — and traffic — to its platform.
Susan Page / USA Today:
Legendary political reporter Jack Germond dies at age 85 … WASHINGTON — Jack Germond, a curmudgeonly chronicler of American politics for a half-century, died early Wednesday morning at his home in West Virginia, according to his widow, Alice Germond.  —  “I think he was a great reporter,” she wrote in an e-mail to friends.
Wichita Business Journal:
Connecticut city council passes resolution opposing Koch buy of newspaper … The city council in Hartford, Conn., passed a resolution this week opposing the idea of a Koch brothers' takeover of their local newspaper, the Hartford Courant.  —  The Kochs are rumored to be among the interested buyers …
Discussion: Hartford Cityline
Kira Witkin / WAN-IFRA:
The video games that are rewiring journalism  —  The Internet provides a wealth of information about current events, but the sea of headlines makes true depth and understanding hard to come by, especially with complex topics such as the federal budget.  But journalistic-minded video games or …
Discussion: @digitalmediaglo
BBC:
Bradley Manning ‘sorry’ for hurting US with Wikileaks  —  Pte First Class Bradley Manning has apologised for hurting the US by leaking a trove of classified US government documents to Wikileaks.  —  Pte Manning, 25, spoke at the sentencing hearing of his court martial at Fort Meade, Maryland.
Lance Whitney / CNET:
Roku hotter than Apple TV, report says  —  Roku's set-top box is the most popular streaming video device, according to a poll from research firm Parks Research.  —  The Roku.  —  Roku has a leg up over Apple TV with users of set-top boxes, says a report out Wednesday.
 
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Canberra Times:
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Discussion: Geekosystem
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