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12:25 PM ET, June 13, 2014

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Politico:
Chelsea Clinton paid $600K by NBC  —  Chelsea Clinton earned an annual salary of $600,000 at NBC News before switching to a month-to-month contract earlier this year, sources with knowledge of the agreement told POLITICO.  —  Clinton, who joined NBC News as a “special correspondent” …
Wall Street Journal:
Univision in talks with CBS, Time Warner about possible sale; seeks more than $20B  —  Univision Holds Preliminary Sale Talks With CBS, Time Warner  —  Univision's Owners Seek for More Than $20 Billion for Broadcaster  —  The owners of Univision Communications Inc., in their search for an exit …
Jason Abbruzzese / Mashable:
Reddit's Newsgathering Comes of Age After Growing Pains  —  In the hours and days after the Boston Marathon bombing, the hive mind of Reddit sprang into action.  Redditors studied pictures from the scene, listened to police scanners and pieced together information in attempts to identify the suspects.
Peter Kafka / Re/code:
Twitter Media Head Chloe Sladden Is Leaving  —  Chloe Sladden, the high-profile executive in charge of Twitter's media unit, is leaving the company.  Sources familiar with the company say she informed her team of her plans today; later, she announced her departure publicly via a series of tweets.
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Mike Isaac / Medium:
Twitter's once-independent Media team will report to the Marketing and Communications division
Robert Channick / Chicago Tribune:
Tribune Publishing to carry $350 million in debt in spinoff … Tribune Publishing will carry $350 million of debt when it spins off as a stand-alone company, $25 million higher than previously stated.  That figure includes a $275 million cash dividend payable to Tribune Co., which remains the same.
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Layoffs at News Corp's community papers as sale looms  —  On Thursday, layoffs hit News Corp's Community Newspaper Group, where a sale is pending, Capital has learned.  —  The local newspaper chain, which includes titles like The Brooklyn Paper, the Brooklyn Courier, the Times Ledger and the Bronx Times …
KUNA:
Iraq blocks Facebook, YouTube, Twitter  —  The Iraqi federal government has decided to block a number of websites and social networking sites across the country, said source in Iraqi Ministry of Communications on Friday.  —  The ministry of communications has been instructed by government …
Alyson Shontell / Business Insider:
Here's What Happened To BuzzFeed's Facebook Traffic, Which Seems To Be Tanking  —  BuzzFeed, a digital media company with 130 million monthly unique visitors, gets a lot of traffic from Facebook.  But recently Facebook shares and likes seem to be drastically down for the company.
Nicholas Diakopoulos / Tow Center for Digital …:
Patents show how robot journalists work for Narrative Science, Automated Insights and more  —  The Anatomy of a Robot Journalist  —  Given that an entire afternoon was dedicated to a “Robot Journalism Bootcamp” at the Global Editors Network Summit this week, it's probably safe …
Chris Welch / The Verge:
Google and ESPN partner to put World Cup highlights in search  —  If you're stuck in a cubicle at work and unable to watch every minute of the World Cup, Google and ESPN will at least help you keep up with the latest highlights.  The two companies have teamed up to pair both in-progress …
Discussion: Re/code, Gigaom, Quartz and Mashable
Myriam Robin / Crikey:
News Corp's copyright claims against Mail Online calls into question ownership of quotes  —  News faces uphill battle to stop Mail pinching its work  —  Who owns the copyright on a quote?  Probably not the newspaper publishing it, according to media law experts.
Cora Currier / Columbia Journalism Review:
Pressure, potential for a federal shield law  —  Journalism activists say protection for reporters is long overdue  —  Though last week the Supreme Court refused New York Times journalist James Risen's appeal that he should not be made to testify in a government leak prosecution …
Joshua Benton / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The mobile majority: Engaging people on smartphones is the next big challenge to the news  —  There's lots of great stuff in there as usual, with articles on the state of journalism education, citizen journalism in Turkey, comics journalism, epic poetry (!), and more.
 
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