Check out Mini-Mediagazer for simple mobiles or Mediagazer Mobile for modern smartphones.
5:25 PM ET, July 17, 2014


 Top News: 
Glenn Greenwald / The Intercept:
NBC News Pulls Veteran Reporter from Gaza After Witnessing Israeli Attack on Children  —  Ayman Mohyeldin, the NBC News correspondent who personally witnessed yesterday's killing by Israel of four Palestinian boys on a Gazan beach and who has received widespread praise for his brave …
Paula Mejia / Newsweek:
Foreign Journalists Ordered to Evacuate Beach Hotels in Gaza  —  A day after four children were killed by an Israel airstrikes close to the al-Deira Hotel, the hotel, which houses many foreign journalists recieved an evacuation order from Israel Defense Forces.
Tyler Hicks / New York Times:
Pulitzer-prize winning NYT photographer describes witnessing the deaths of four boys in Gaza
New York Times:
Time Warner Chief's Turnaround Effort Opened the Door to Fox's Bid  —  On a Saturday in early June, Jeffrey L. Bewkes, the chief executive of Time Warner, got an email from Chase Carey, the president of 21st Century Fox, proposing lunch.  —  They met a few days later in the executive dining room of the Time-Warner Center.
David Carr / New York Times:
In Modern Media Realm, Big Mergers Are a Bulwark Against Rivals  —  When the news broke on Wednesday that 21st Century Fox, Rupert Murdoch's huge media and entertainment company, made an $80 billion offer to buy Time Warner Inc., another big media conglomerate, it seemed like a seismic jolt in the business landscape.
John McDuling / Quartz:
It's not TV that Rupert Murdoch wants: It's HBO  —  The shockwaves from the news that Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox recently approached Time Warner (and was rebuffed) about an $80 billion takeover are still rippling through New York's media scene today.  —  And the early consensus among analysts …
Discussion: Bloomberg and Mashable
Keach Hagey / Wall Street Journal:
21st Century Fox Bid Puts CNN in Cross Hairs
Discussion: Los Angeles Times
William Turvill / Press Gazette:
John Sweeney loses job in cull of all Panorama's staff reporters: ‘Management will gain more control’  —  John Sweeney has revealed his office nickname for the past few months has been “dead man walking”, and he was not surprised to have been made redundant by the BBC today.
BBC News to cut a further 415 jobs
US Copyright Office says Aereo not a cable company under terms of Copyright Act  —  US copyright officials have told Aereo that they do not consider it a “cable company” under the terms of copyright law, according to a letter obtained by CNBC.  Aereo, which lost a key Supreme Court ruling …
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
What's going on at Scientific American?  Deleted posts, sexism claims, a fired writer.  —  Throughout its 169-year history, Scientific American has been an august and sober chronicler of the advance of human knowledge, from chemistry to physics to anthropology.  —  Lately, however, things have become kind of a mess.
Discussion: @brianpmoore666, @jswatz and @dabeard
Kevin Collier / Daily Dot:
The FCC has officially received 1 million net neutrality comments  —  net neutrality is too boring a topic to rile up Americans.  —  As of Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) had received 1 million official comments about whether to allow Internet providers to divide …
Jacob Kastrenakes / The Verge:
Netflix says ‘no rules’ would be better than FCC's net neutrality proposal
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Public records tools, reader metrics, and more among new Prototype Fund winners  —  The latest round of small grants from the Knight Prototype Fund includes several projects and digital tools that could eventually prove useful to journalists.  —  A developer from Grist wants to build tools …
Laura Hazard Owen / Gigaom:
Kindle Unlimited: More details and a few questions about Amazon's subscription book service (exclusive video)  —  An ebook subscription service, available on any device including your Kindle: That appears to be what Amazon is planning, but is it worth $9.99 a month?
Suzanne Vranica / Wall Street Journal:
What Do Consumers Hate More Than TV Ads?  Online Video Commercials  —  Consumers love to complain about TV commercials.  But if they dislike anything more, its online video ads.  —  A recent survey of about 700 consumers found that about 36% of those polled said they find online video ads more irritating than TV ads.
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
Edward Snowden is designing tools for journalists  —  Edward Snowden is using some of his time in Russia to design “encryption tools to help professionals such as journalists protect sources and data,” Alan Rusbridger and Ewen MacAskill write in The Guardian.  They interviewed the NSA whistleblower in Moscow.
 Archived Page Info: 
This is a snapshot of Mediagazer at 5:25 PM ET, July 17, 2014.

View the current page or another snapshot:

 See Also: 
Mediagazer: site main
Mediagazer River: reverse chronological Mediagazer
Mediagazer Mobile: for phones
Mediagazer Leaderboard: Mediagazer's top sources
Mediagazer RSS feed
Mediagazer on Twitter
 More News: 
Ben Woods / The Next Web:
Deezer quietly drops its Premium plan, now offers only free or Premium+
Discussion: Music Week and Engadget
Wall Street Journal:
EU Invites Google, Microsoft to Discuss ‘Right to Be Forgotten’
Discussion: Mashable
Ed Christman / Billboard:
Sony/ATV Makes Organized Catalog Available Online
Abid Rahman / Hollywood Reporter:
China's Censors Crack Down on Streaming Services Showing Hollywood Content
 Earlier Picks: 
Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
Eight jobs at risk as Sunday Mirror and People editorial teams set to merge
Discussion: Guardian
Peter Jukes / New Statesman:
Rupert's red top: the rise and fall of Rebekah Brooks
Joe Strupp / Media Matters for America:
NPR Backs Off Planned “Downgrade” Of Ombudsman
Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
A change in the IRS process for granting tax-exempt status could be a boon to nonprofit news
Discussion: Forbes
Ricardo Bilton / Digiday:
Publishers have an updated evergreen strategy: Make the old new again