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7:55 PM ET, September 22, 2013


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Nick Bilton / NYT Bits:
Update to Gawker's Kinja platform allows readers to summarize and discuss anything on the web  —  Disruptions: Gawker Wants to Encourage More Voices Online, but With Less Yelling  —  There are corners of the Internet that contain some of the most slimy and vitriolic stuff you could imagine …
Discussion: @ksablan
Jacob Harris / Source:
The Times Regrets the Programmer Error  —  Jake Harris opens a serious barrel of monkeys about when and how to issue corrections for data journalism  —  In this case study  —  It hasn't happened yet, but there will be a day when the New York Times or another major newspaper will run …
Caysey Welton / Folio:
Why Publishers Should Embrace the FTC's Native Advertising Workshop  —  Despite what the pundits say, there is no reason to be skeptical... Yet.  —  Lately almost everyone in publishing has been talking about native advertising.  Right?  Well, the Federal Trade Commission wants to join in on the conversation, too.
Discussion: paidContent
Sara Morrison / The Wrap:
Daily Beast Will Continue Post-Tina Brown, Embrace Digital (Exclusive)  —  Barry Diller does not intend to shut the Daily Beast, but is looking to make the site much more digitally savvy going forward, TheWrap has learned.  —  According to a highly-placed insider, Diller still very much believes …
Discussion: @jbenton, @cschweitz and @niemanlab
The Daily Beast:
The Daily Beast Roars On
Ben Child / Guardian:
WikiLeaks posts The Fifth Estate script and labels film ‘irresponsible’  —  Alongside ‘mature’ screenplay for Bill Condon's film, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Julian Assange, WikiLeaks has posted a lengthy essay seeking to undermine its accuracy  —  WikiLeaks has posted what it claims is a …
Jack Shafer:
Of media typhoons and media tycoons  —  In the 1993 debut issue of Wired magazine, founding editor Louis Rossetto predicted that the media and other industries would be whipped like a “Bengali typhoon” by digital change.  As it turns out, Rossetto underestimated the impending mayhem.
Mitchell Prothero / McClatchy Washington Bureau:
AP freelancer says report of rebel chemical weapons use not hers  —  BEIRUT — A freelance contributor to the Associated Press whose byline appeared on a controversial story that alleged Syrian rebels had gassed themselves in an accident told McClatchy on Saturday that she did not write …
Discussion: The Lede, BuzzFeed and Brown Moses Blog
Laura Amico / Nieman Journalism Lab:
From Homicide Watch to education, testing a new kind of structured journalism  —  The question started almost as soon as Homicide Watch D.C. launched.  “Can you do this with education?” editor after editor asked.  —  This week, after three years of focusing on violent crime …
Caroline O'Donovan / Nieman Journalism Lab:
A new tool for Twitter search out of the Knight Lab portrays trends in a single picture  —  It's a couple days old by now, but make sure you take a look at TwXplorer, the tool out of Northwestern's Knight Lab.  In addition to showing a list of recent tweets that include your search term …
Discussion: Knight Lab
Jennifer Van Grove / CNET:
A look at Mass Relevance, a startup TV networks rely on to surface pithy tweets  —  The secret company behind Twitter's TV takeover  —  Mass Relevance puts Twitter in front of television audiences, boosting the social network's public profile and altering its perception as a place for more than pointless babble.
Brian Stelter / New York Times:
At NPR, a New Host and a Move Westward  —  CULVER CITY, Calif. — The weekend broadcasts of “All Things Considered” are heading West.  —  At an underutilized NPR office here, the famed afternoon program will reboot itself on Saturday with a new host, Arun Rath, a new time zone and even a rearrangement of its brassy theme music.
Discussion: @brianstelter
Alex Ben Block / Hollywood Reporter:
Will Dish Network Dare to Drop ESPN?  (Analysis)  —  As tense talks head toward a Sept. 30 deadline, big questions remain about the cost of sports programming.  —  Charlie Ergen wouldn't use the nuclear option, would he?  —  The Dish Network CEO is threatening to drop Disney-owned sports powerhouse ESPN …
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