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11:35 AM ET, April 4, 2014


 Top News: 
Associated Press:
AP photographer Anja Niedringhaus killed, reporter Kathy Gannon injured in Kabul  —  AP PHOTOGRAPHER KILLED, REPORTER WOUNDED  —  KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A veteran Associated Press photographer was killed and an AP reporter was wounded on Friday when an Afghan policeman opened fire …
Michael Calderone / Huffington Post:
AP Photographer Killed And Reporter Wounded As Attacks On Journalists Rise In Afghanistan  —  NEW YORK — Associated Press photographer Anja Niedringhaus was killed and reporter Kathy Gannon was wounded Friday in Afghanistan, marking the third deadly attack on journalists in the country over the past month.
Cynthia Littleton / Variety:
David Letterman to Retire From CBS in 2015  —  Tells studio audience: 'It's been great ... but I'm retiring'  —  In a move that will complete the generational transition in latenight, David Letterman is preparing to retire from CBS next year.  —  Letterman is expected to discuss his plan …
Al Jazeera English:
Turkish court rules YouTube ban violates human rights, limits restrictions to 15 videos  —  Turkey court eases YouTube restrictions  —  Court limits restrictions to 15 videos after ruling that blanket ban on social-media site violated human rights.  —  A Turkish court has ruled …
Bloomberg:   Turkish Twitterati Boost Apps That Skirt Web Bans
NUVOtv Parent Company SiTV Media to Acquire Fuse Network From The Madison Square Garden Company  —  Deal Significantly Expands Business Opportunities With Addition of Premier Music-Focused Network  —  NEW YORK, Apr 04, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) —  NUVOtv parent company SiTV Media …
Discussion: New York Post
Meg James / Los Angeles Times:
Univision Radio cuts dozens of workers, centralizes programming  —  Univision Radio now is located in Univision's Los Angeles building, pictured here in a 2003 file photo.  (Reed Saxon / Associated Press / August 5, 2003)  —  Univision Communications is restructuring its radio division …
Olivia Nuzzi / The Daily Beast:
Inside the Massacre at The Newark Star Ledger, The Paper That Makes Chris Christie Squirm  —  New Jersey's biggest paper gets gutted—right when local reporters are most needed in Newark and Trenton.  —  Outside The Star-Ledger's offices in Newark, N.J., on Thursday afternoon, a man in his late fifties took a drag of his cigarette.
Alex Pham / Billboard:
YouTube delaying music service to debut polished product with differentiated focus from rivals  —  Business Matters: What's Behind YouTube Music Service's Delays  —  YouTube was a source of music in the prior week for a third of all people surveyed by Edison Research and Triton Digital for their annual Infinite Dial report.
Discussion: Mashable
Steve Neavling / Motor City Muckraker:
Stabbings?  Shootings?  Detroit police stop reporting violent crimes to media, public  —  Is Detroit suddenly safer?  —  You might think so by picking up the newspaper or watching TV news because police have stopped reporting most murders, shootings and other violent crimes to the media and public.
Hana Stewart-Smith / Alliance News:
Daily Mail Sheds 2 More Recruitment Assets, Broadbean And Jobrapido  —  LONDON (Alliance News) - Daily Mail and General Trust PLC said Thursday that it had disposed of its job distribution software business Broadbean and job search engine Jobrapido, as it continued to shed its recruitment assets.
Discussion: Ifa Magazine
Sam Kirkland / Poynter:
Sun-Times subscribers can pay with bitcoin  —  The Chicago Sun-Times has started accepting bitcoin for yearlong print subscriptions and subscriptions to the newspaper's digital replica.  Payments will be processed via Coinbase digital wallet technology.  —  The cheapest, digital replica option costs $47.88 for 12 months.
Discussion: @dustinparkes, @niemanlab and CoinDesk
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Sony's Crackle Inks Exclusive Pact for 140-Plus NBCUniversal Library Films  —  Sony Pictures Television's Crackle landed a licensing deal with NBCUniversal giving the Internet-video service exclusive ad-supported streaming rights to more than 140 films over the next three years.
Alice Philipson / Telegraph:
Police issue journalist with harassment notice for trying to question convicted fraudster  —  Police accused of threatening press freedom after reporter prevented from questioning conwoman over accusations of fraud  —  Scotland Yard has been accused of trampling on press freedom after it served …
Barry Collins / PC Pro:
BBC extends iPlayer catch-up to 30 days, but shelves series stacking  —  The BBC is extending the amount of time shows are available to download from iPlayer from seven to 30 days, but is scrapping the facility to watch all previous episodes of a series.  —  The changes, which will come …
Isabel Hülsen / Spiegel Online:
WSJ Editor Gerard Baker: ‘Journalism Is Not a Dying Business’  —  In an interview, Gerard Baker, the editor in chief of the Wall Street Journal, discusses the wave of billionaires diving head first into the journalism business and his own newspaper's evolution after seven years of ownership by Rupert Murdoch.
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