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10:50 PM ET, March 25, 2014

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James Fallows / The Atlantic Online:
Ben Richardson shares more details about why he resigned from Bloomberg over China coverage  —  Another Bloomberg Editor Explains Why He Has Resigned, Over Its China Coverage  —  Four months ago, the New York Times ran a big story contending that Bloomberg editors had quashed an investigative report …
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Dean Starkman / Columbia Journalism Review:
Bloomberg gets a taste of transparency
Discussion: The Independent
Eriq Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:
Tarantino: Gawker Fabricated ‘News Story’ to Enable Script Theft  —  The director's lawyers compare the “Hateful Eight” leak post to a newspaper that reports on a film piracy ring by instructing how, where and when readers can buy their own pirated copies.  —  Quentin Tarantino
Discussion: The Wrap, Variety and @dangillmor
Andrew Wallenstein / Variety:
Oculus Rift Just Put Facebook in the Movie Business  —  Commentary: Virtual reality headsets pose (very) long-term threat to the theatrical business  —  Just as the movie industry gathered this week at CinemaCon to discuss its future, Facebook came along and changed it without even bothering to show up in Las Vegas.
Discussion: Oculus VR, Forbes and The Next Web
Mathew Ingram / Gigaom:
What the Oregonian's new web strategy gets right and what it gets wrong about online media  —  There's been much sound and fury in media circles about a leaked internal presentation from The Oregonian that lays out the newspaper's goals for its web content and sets performance measurements for reporters and editors.
New York Post:
CNN producers busted trying to get into WTC site  —  Two CNN producers were arrested Tuesday for trying to sneak into the World Trade Center site to test its security — after The Post reported that a teen made it all the way to the spire of the world's top terror target.
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
The Atlantic names Bob Cohn and James Bennet co-presidents  —  Leadership shuffle at Atlantic  —  Atlantic Media announced a string of leadership changes this morning, including two promotions at its flagship print and digital title, The Atlantic.  —  James Bennet and Bob Cohn …
Alex Pham / Billboard:
Warner Music CFO Resigns  —  Warner Music Group's chief financial officer and executive vice president Brian Roberts has resigned, according to a document filed Tuesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.  Roberts joined Warner in 2007, after a five-year stint as BMG Music Publishing's …
Katie Zezima / Washington Post:
U.S. condemns Saudi Arabia's denial of visa to Jerusalem Post reporter covering Obama  —  The White House has condemned Saudi Arabia for denying a visa to the Jerusalem Post's Washington bureau chief, who is traveling with President Obama.  —  Reporter Michael Wilner, an American …
Kurt Wagner / Mashable:
USC Is Offering a Google Glass Course for Journalism  —  OK, Glass, it's time to change journalism  —  That will be the collective mindset of students taking “Glass Journalism,” a new course slated for the fall semester at the University of Southern California, where students will be tasked …
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
Turner Overhauls Ad Outreach, Names Speciale President, TV and Digital Sales  —  Time Warner's Turner unit is radically changing the structure of its ad-sales staff, resulting in the elevation of one of its top sales executives and the departure of another from the company.
Discussion: AdAge, Politico and @brianstelter
Amy Schatz / Re/code:
Why an Apple-Comcast Deal Stirs Net Neutrality Concerns  —  Four years ago, Netflix executives painted a bleak picture for regulators struggling to reach an agreement on new rules for Internet lines.  —  Unless Federal Communications Commission officials closed a loophole sought …
Cass R. Sunstein / Bloomberg View:
The Dark Side of New York Times v. Sullivan  —  Quiz question: What is the most important free speech ruling in the history of the U.S. Supreme Court?  —  The best answer may well be New York Times v. Sullivan, decided 50 years ago this month.  In that case, the court ruled, for the first time …
Daniel Hurst / Guardian:
Peter Greste trial: Tony Abbott must do more to secure release, says Labor  —  Tanya Plibersek says opposition will support efforts to free Australian journalist on trial in Egypt  —  Peter Greste stands in a metal cage during his trial in a court in Cairo.  Photograph: Al Youm Al Saabi newspaper/Reuters
Discussion: @suigenerisjen
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Press Gazette:   ‘Not a shred of evidence’ says Al Jazeera's Peter Greste as Egypt ‘terrorism’ trial adjourned again
 
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Joe Flint / Los Angeles Times:
Role of renaissance man fits new Disney/ABC TV chief Ben Sherwood
Deron Lee / Columbia Journalism Review:
Journalists should take up the fight for municipal-fiber networks in their communities …
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
British journalist declared a ‘subversive’ faces deportation from Kenya
Discussion: allAfrica.com
Laura Hazard Owen / Gigaom:
Check your Kindle account for your credit from the Apple ebook settlement
Discussion: New York Times, GalleyCat and @sarahw
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Alexandra Steigrad / WWD:
Newsweek Seeking President of Publishing
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
WSJ's Baker: ‘We generally avoid reporters breaking news on Twitter’
Discussion: @mathewi and @mlcalderone
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Risen: Obama administration is this generation's ‘greatest enemy of press freedom’
Paul Carr / PandoDaily:
First Look publishes new editorial independence statement after Pando reveals Omidyar White House ties
Discussion: Capital New York and @mathewi
Ben Thompson / stratechery:
Advertising will no longer sustain journalism, but new business models are possible