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1:25 PM ET, August 15, 2013

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Bryan Goldberg / PandoDaily:
Take Two  —  I messed up.  —  There has been a lot of response to my fundraise blog post on PandoDaily on Tuesday.  Most of that response has been negative.  And there are many good reasons for the criticism:  — It over-simplified the editorial landscape.
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Jeff Bercovici / Forbes:
What Was This Bro Thinking?  Bustle.com's Bryan Goldberg Explains Himself  —  Considering he only wanted to launch a women's-interest website, Bryan Goldberg must have been surprised to find himself the internet's primary object of hatred yesterday.  —  No doubt it had a lot …
Elizabeth Spiers / Flavorwire:
How Not to Launch a Site for Women: An Open Letter to Bustle.com Founder, Bryan Goldberg
Tim Kenneally / The Wrap:
Time Warner Cable Slapped With Class Action Suit Over CBS Blackout  —  Three Southern California residents demand restitution over retransmission standoff  —  The stakes in the standoff between CBS and Time Warner Cable have just been upped once again — and this time it's angry viewers who are doing the upping.
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Don Kaplan / NY Daily News:
Verizon FiOS gains customers as standoff continues between Time Warner Cable and CBS  —  Some Time Warner Cable customers say they've been left on hold when trying to cancel service  —  Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (l.) his brother and New York Giants counterpart, Eli Manning …
Greg Sandoval / The Verge:   Blackout brawler: meet the combative CEO keeping CBS off your television
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Washington Post website hacked  —  Readers were “redirected to the site of the Syrian Electronic Army,” Senior Social Media Producer TJ Ortenzi writes in an editor's note.  “The Post is working to resolve the issue.”  —  The New York Times' website was down Wednesday …
Wenqian Zhu / CNNMoney.com:
Journalist jobs are picking up  —  Jobs for journalists are on the upswing.  —  That's good news for an industry in upheaval.  Just this month, there's been a flurry of deals involving struggling marquee American publications.  Amazon ( AMZN, Fortune 500) founder and CEO Jeff Bezos bought …
Alex Weprin / TVNewser:
CNN Plans ‘Complete Overhaul’ Of Digital Operation For Fall  —  CNN is planning its most significant changes to CNN.com and the CNN digital platforms in more than a decade for the Fall.  The channel is preparing to launch a redesigned site that not only looks different to users …
Joan E. Solsman / CNET:
Aereo CEO: Service will turn a profit before turning in 1M subscribers  —  The upstart online TV service will have a “fabulous” business at 1 million users and an “extremely fabulous” one at 5 million, but registrations need only be in the hundreds of thousands for it to be profitable, its CEO says.
Discussion: VentureBeat, Pulse 2.0 and The Verge
Joe Flint / Los Angeles Times:
Fox Sports 1 will launch with DirecTV, Dish and Time Warner Cable  —  Regis Philbin will host a show on Fox Sports 1.  —  Fox Sports 1 has struck agreements with three major distributors that will ensure that the new cable network will be available in the majority of pay-TV homes …
Rachel Abrams / Variety:
Third Point Discloses $115 Million Stake in Disney  —  Hedge fund has no plans for a larger strategic push at the Mouse House  —  Daniel Loeb's Third Point LLC, the hedge fund that tried to force Sony Corp. to spin off its entertainment assets earlier this summer, disclosed a $115 million stake in Disney on Wednesday.
Seth Fiegerman / Mashable:
‘Quartz’ Passes ‘The Economist’ in U.S. Web Traffic  —  Less than a year after launching, Quartz's web audience in the United States has overtaken that of The Economist, one of its chief competitors in the business news space, and is closing in on the Financial Times.
Rachel Bartlett / Journalism.co.uk:
Full Fact launches online fact-finding tool  —  Journalists can use the platform - which is called Full Fact Finder - to find out where to locate accurate facts and figures on a range of subjects The UK-based fact-checking website Full Fact has launched an online finder which journalists can use to track down accurate information.
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Rainey Reitman / Freedom of the Press Foundation:
Bradley Manning Did Not Hurt the United States  —  In his sentencing hearing yesterday, Bradley Manning took the stand and apologized for the “hurt” he inflicted on the United States.  —  While the legal strategy of Manning's attorney at this point—as it would be for any attorney …
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Eric Celeste / FrontBurner:
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