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10:15 AM ET, April 10, 2014


 Top News: 
Charter Weighs Consequences of Bidding War for Time Warner Cable  —  Comcast Corp. (CMCSA) has Charter Communications Inc. (CHTR) caught in a bind.  —  Nearly two months after Comcast trumped its bid for Time Warner Cable Inc. (TWC), Charter is still debating whether to compete for the New York-based cable provider.
Discussion: @jcmccracken and @srabil
Peter Lauria / BuzzFeed:
CBS, Viacom, Disney and other media that count on Comcast for income stay silent on merger
Adi Robertson / The Verge:
Analyzing Comcast's argument for taking over Time Warner Cable
Edward Wyatt / New York Times:
Senate Committee Begins Its Review of Comcast Deal
AbcnewsPr / ABC News:
James Goldston Named President of ABC News  —  Ben Sherwood sent the following note to ABC News staff this morning announcing that James Goldston will be the next President of ABC News.  —  As my partner these past three years, James Goldston has helped lead ABC News to new heights.
Associated Press:
Egypt judge dismisses videos in Al-Jazeera trial  —  CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian judge has dismissed videos presented by the prosecution as evidence in the trial of three Al-Jazeera journalists on terrorism charges.  The Thursday hearing saw footage, allegedly filmed by the detained journalists …
Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
YouTube Hurts Music Album Sales, Research Finds  —  In recent years many academics have researched the link between Internet piracy and the revenues of the major music labels, with varying results.  Some have concluded that there is no adverse impact of piracy on sales, others argue that there's a moderate negative relation.
Discussion: Softpedia News
Daren Butler / Reuters:
Turkey keeps YouTube block despite court rulings  —  (Reuters) - Turkish authorities defied court orders and reaffirmed a ban on YouTube imposed after the posting of illicit recordings of top secret security talks that was cited by Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan as part of a “dirty campaign” to topple him.
Margaret Sullivan / New York Times:
NYT should have acknowledged WSJ's persistent legal fight to open up Medicare data  —  Times Should Have Nodded to Wall Street Journal in Medicare Story  —  The New York Times led its print edition today with an extensive treatment of an important story: that a small fraction of doctors …
John Plunkett / Guardian:
BBC must tackle complacency over the way it spends licence fee, say MPs  —  £100m Digital Media Initiative was a “complete failure”, according to public accounts committee  —  The BBC must tackle a “culture of complacency” in the way it spends licence fee payers' money, MPs say …
Discussion: Press Gazette
Underwhelming Start to iTunes Radio Lights Fire Under Apple  —  The failure of iTunes Radio to halt the decline of music downloads has prompted Apple Inc. to consider the most dramatic overhaul of its iTunes music store in more than a decade, according to executives familiar …
Alison Langley / Columbia Journalism Review:
An English-language news site in Sweden is expanding across the continent  —  An English-language news site in Sweden is expanding across the continent  —  In 2004, James Savage and Paul Rapacioli were two Brits who had fallen in love with Swedes, leaving them with a need to find work in Stockholm.
Discussion: The Local
Lucia Moses / Digiday:
Why Business Insider lets its reporters fly on sources' dimes  —  Henry Blodget isn't one to be a slave to convention.  After his crash as a financial analyst, he built Business Insider into a site topping 25 million uniques on a mix of click-bait and in-depth executive profiles.
Discussion: Talking Biz News
Sam Thielman / Adweek:
Hulu's Head of Development Exits: Charlotte Koh leaves as NewFronts presentation nears  —  Hulu's head of original programming development, Charlotte Koh, is leaving the company.  —  No details around the departure were provided by Hulu, and the exit is puzzling especially given the timing.
Vindu Goel / New York Times:
Twitter and Facebook Wield Little Influence on TV Watching  —  Listen to executives at Twitter and Facebook talk about how we watch television and you might walk away thinking that Americans are chattering nonstop on the social networks while watching their favorite shows.
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Discussion: @digiday
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Discussion: Associated Press
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