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8:10 PM ET, September 23, 2013


 Top News: 
Andy Fixmer / Bloomberg:
Pandora Falls 10% as Apple ITunes Radio Draws 11 Million  —  Pandora Media Inc., the biggest Web radio service, fell 10 percent after Apple Inc. said it attracted more than 11 million unique listeners to its new iTunes Radio service.  —  Pandora, with 72 million active listeners, slid to $24.26 at the close in New York.
Lance Whitney / CNET:
iTunes Radio snags 11 million users  —  The new streaming radio service was introduced with iOS 7 last Wednesday but is available only in the US so far.  —  Apple's iTunes Radio has already picked up 11 million listeners since its launch last week, Apple announced Monday.
Christopher Heine / Adweek:
Will iTunes Radio Spark Digital Music Shakeout?  —  There appeared to be an overabundance of digital music streaming services before Apple's iTunes Radio became a reality last week, so it stands to reason that a shakeout—if it wasn't already on the horizon—could now be only a matter of time.
Charlie Savage / New York Times:
Former F.B.I. Agent Pleads Guilty in Leak to A.P.  —  WASHINGTON — A former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent has agreed to plead guilty to leaking classified information to The Associated Press about a foiled bomb plot in Yemen last year, the Justice Department announced on Monday.
Mathew Ingram / paidContent:
The unfortunate fact is that online journalism can't survive without a wealthy benefactor or cat GIFs  —  It's always been true to some extent, but it is even more true now — serious online journalism requires something else to subsidize it, whether it's a rich benefactor or cat GIFs and slideshows.
Caroline O'Donovan / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Turn your followers into gold: Beacon won't be the Netflix of journalism, but it might help you make rent  —  “The actual number of readers, at this stage, is kind of irrelevant, as long as the writers are like, ‘This is worth it for me.’”  —  Not exactly the wisdom you'd expect from Adrian Sanders …
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Flipboard's Mike McCue Confirms $50M Raise, Says Windows 8 App, More International Versions Coming By End Of Year  —  Flipboard, the mobile-first “social” magazine that lets people tag, assemble and then share collections of stories from around the web, has now raised another $50 million …
Anthony Ha / TechCrunch:
Twitter Unveils ‘Comprehensive’ Partnership With CBS For Its In-Stream Video Program Amplify  —  Twitter and CBS just announced what Glenn Brown, who leads Twitter's Amplify program, called “probably one of the most comprehensive partnerships that you will see coming out of Amplify.”
Lucia Moses / Adweek:
The Washington Post Unveils Visual News Product  —  Ever wish it was easier to get up to speed on the biggest stories of the day when you're on the go?  The Washington Post has that need in mind with Topicly, a new reading feature for its site and mobile platforms debuting today.
Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
Google and Authors Guild return to court for fair use showdown  —  The dispute between the Author's Guild and Google heads back to court on Monday, where the two sides will debate over whether Google needed to seek permission to scan 20 million books.  —  It's been almost four years since Google …
Discussion: CNET, Pulse 2.0 and Bloomberg
Eriq Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:
Fox Loses Bid to Stop Hopper's Place-Shifting Technology  —  On Monday, a California judge made the latest ruling in the continuing legal saga over Dish's ad-skipping Hopper.  This one pertains to Dish's Hopper with Sling, also known as “Dish Anywhere,” which was introduced with much fanfare at CES in January.
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Health benefits, ‘muzzling’ at issue as IBT Media seeks to hold on to Newsweek talent  —  There's just a week to go until Barry Diller's IAC Interactive is set to formally hand the keys of Newsweek, the 80-year-old newsmagazine his company turned into a digital-only title in January, to IBT media.
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