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10:15 PM ET, March 19, 2014

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Mathew Ingram / Gigaom:
Watch out, business publishers — Bloomberg Media CEO Justin Smith says he is coming for you  —  Justin Smith — who helped turn around the fortunes of the ailing Atlantic Media empire, in part by expanding the 150-year-old magazine's digital reach — has laid out a manifesto about how he wants …
Discussion: @brianstelter
Brian Morrissey / Digiday:
Justin Smith's plan for where Bloomberg Media goes next
Matt Turck:
Can the Bloomberg Terminal be “Toppled”?
Discussion: @rafat
The Atlantic Online:
David Frum Named Senior Editor at The Atlantic  —  Washington, D.C. (March 19, 2014)— The veteran political commentator and author David Frum is joining The Atlantic as a senior editor beginning March 31, James Bennet, editor in chief of The Atlantic, announced today.
Allison Schrager / Quartz:
The problem with data journalism  —  The recent boom in “data-driven” journalism projects is exciting.  It can elevate our knowledge, enliven statistics, and make us all more numerate.  But I worry that data give commentary a false sense of authority since data analysis is inherently prone to bias.
Leon Wieseltier / The New Republic:
Nate Silver could learn a lot from those op-ed columnists he maligns  —  Nate Silver could learn a lot from those op-ed columnists he maligns  —  I wish to say a word or two in defense of “bulls**t.”  That is Nate Silver's meticulously chosen term—he does nothing imprecisely—for opinion journalism.
Mary Clare Fischer / American Journalism Review:
No Analytics for You: News Sites Grapple With Who Can See Data  —  Editor's Note: This is the second post in a series examining the influence of analytics on how news is produced.  —  When journalist Russell Brandom first came to The Verge, he was on the “weird” beat.
Abigail Edge / Journalism.co.uk:
Why The Information chose to follow a paywall model  —  Jessica Lessin, founder and editor-in-chief of The Information, outlines the site's approach to paywalls, which she believes should be driven by high-quality content  —  Credit: Dreamer, via Wikimedia Commons
Ben Branstetter / Daily Dot:
Newsweek's Bitcoin facepalm got Internet culture wrong  —  When Newsweek ceased publishing their print edition at the end of 2012, ending an 80-year stint as a stalwart of the American news industry, it was largely seen as the first national casualty of the digital era, a titan felled …
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Eugene Volokh / Washington Post:
Reverse defamation, the Newsweek Bitcoin story, and Satoshi Nakamoto
Discussion: @jerrybrito and @marshallyoum
Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke / The New York Observer:
How a Fleet Street Scandal Sheet Conquered the Internet  —  In the cutthroat world of British tabloids, where the explosive Fleet Street editor is a stock character, Martin Clarke still stood out as a particularly fearsome newsroom presence.  Even more so when he came to New York in 2011 to expand the Daily Mail's digital footprint.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
NAA's new chairman says newspaper biz should have collaborated sooner  —  At the Newspaper Association of America's mediaXchange conference Tuesday, Robert Dickey, the president of Gannett's U.S. Community Publishing division, said U.S. papers should have collaborated more before the meteor hit:
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
How data from Financial Times readers lead to more readers and revenue  —  The Financial Times “broke the law of large numbers last year,” Ryan Chittum wrote in CJR: It added digital subscribers at a fast rate, seven years after it launched its paywall.  It now has 652,000 paying subscribers …
Discussion: @raju and @poynter, Thanks:@ryanngastwirth
David Weigel / Slate:
Liz Wahl talks about life after her on-air resignation from Russia Today  —  An Afternoon with Liz Wahl, the Reporter Who Quit RT and Hasn't Heard the End of It  —  Liz Wahl quiets down her dog, Dallas, and opens the door to her home.  She excuses herself for a moment.  —  “It's just been insane today,” she says.
David E. Frank / Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly:
Jury returns $563K libel verdict against Boston Herald  —  A Suffolk Superior Court jury has found that the Boston Herald committed actual malice in a story which falsely reported a woman had engaged in “sexual acts” with a Bridgewater inmate during a 2009 visit.
Alan Yuhas / Guardian:
Associated Press removes Ukraine from dateline of Crimea stories  —  AP says new Crimea dateline is consistent with style guide for territories that are ‘geographically distinct’ such as Sicily  —  As every self-respecting copy editor knows - and as every writer and reader ought to know - style is politics, and politics inform style.
Ricardo Bilton / Digiday:
Rap Genius wants to annotate the news  —  For publishers today, context is king.  The recent surge in interest in explanatory journalism is predicated on the idea that there's a lot of value — and hence money — in publishers explaining dense topics to readers in a way that they can understand and easily digest.
Emerging Technology From the arXiv:
Data Mining Reveals How Conspiracy Theories Emerge on Facebook  —  Some people are more susceptible to conspiracy theories than others, say computational social scientists who have studied how false ideas jump the “credulity barrier” on Facebook.  —  During the Italian elections last year …
Michael Holden / Reuters:
News Corp executives pressured ex-reporter to take phone-hacking rap - court  —  (Reuters) - The former royal editor at Rupert Murdoch's now defunct News of the World told a London court on Wednesday senior figures at News Corp.'s British newspaper arm put pressure on him to take the flak for phone-hacking to protect others.
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BBC:   Phone-hacking trial: Andy Coulson ‘urged silence on hacking’
Francesca Bacardi / Variety:
Sundance Institute to Launch Lab for TV and Digital Series  —  Sundance Institute is expanding its purview in a big way with plans to launch a development lab for writers and others focused on episodic projects for TV and online platforms.  —  The move is an extension of the workshop process …
 
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Tracy Wilkinson / Los Angeles Times:
Mexican authorities bungled case of slain journalist, group says
Angela Haggerty / The Drum:
Edward Snowden wouldn't have come to us if a paywall had been in the way, says Guardian's deputy chief executive
John McDuling / Quartz:
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Donald R. Winslow / NPPA:
Reuters Denies Ethical Allegations, While Some Syria Photographs Still Questioned
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Q&A with Ryan Singel of Contextly, a content recommendation startup
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Asian digital TV penetration to reach 97.5% with revenues of $46B by 2020
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Ray Clancy / Press Gazette:
Pro Scottish independence news website Wings Over Scotland raises £100k via crowdfunding
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Cristian Giulietti / Online Journalism Blog:
Interview: president of IRPI Cecilia Anesi talks about secure leaks platform IRPILeaks
Rachel Bartlett / Journalism.co.uk:
Huffington Post UK pursues 60-second political news videos
Jim Romenesko:
Jonathan Eig sells his ChicagoSide sports site
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Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Q&A: Engin Önder and Zeynep Tufekci on 140journos and the state of journalism in Turkey
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