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1:35 PM ET, January 8, 2015

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Guardian:
Google and French publishers to donate €250K each to Charlie Hebdo, which plans 1M issue print run next week  —  Charlie Hebdo staff vow to publish next week with 1m print run  —  Writer for satirical magazine says ‘stupidity will not win’ following attack in Paris in which 12 people were killed
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CNNMoney:
Fierce debate among journalists as some media outlets publish Charlie Hebdo cartoons while others decline, citing safety and sensitivity  —  The Charlie Hebdo Mohammed cartoons: Media outlets shy away or take a stand  —  In the wake of Wednesday's killings at the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo …
Liz Alderman / New York Times:
Survivors Retrace a Scene of Horror at Charlie Hebdo  —  PARIS — Stéphane Charbonnier was perched, as was his habit every Wednesday morning, at a U-shaped wooden table on the second floor of his light-filled Parisian offices at the French satirical newspaper he headed, Charlie Hebdo, an array of papers spread before him.
Arthur Goldhammer / Al Jazeera America:
Charlie Hebdo's mission was to show nothing is sacred, in Paris tradition of “gouaille”  —  Let's not sacralize Charlie Hebdo  —  The magazine's raison d'être was to show nothing is sacred  —  Stéphane Charbonnier, who used the pen name Charb …
Guardian:
Paris terror attack: huge manhunt under way after gunmen kill 12
Associated Press:
French police identify three suspects in attack that killed 12
Ravi Somaiya / New York Times:
Charlie Hebdo Editor Made Provocation His Mission
Jacob Kastrenakes / The Verge:
David Cross' new movie will be the first distributed in a pay-what-you-want BitTorrent Bundle  —  David Cross' new movie will be the first feature film distributed in a BitTorrent Bundle  —  A Kickstarter hopes to bring the movie to theaters with pay-what-you-want tickets
Gerry Smith / Bloomberg:
Why Your Cable Bill Is Going Up Again in 2015 — Sports  —  Time Warner Cable Inc. (TWC) and other pay-TV providers are citing a culprit for the higher bills you're paying: Sports.  —  For the first time, Time Warner Cable is adding a $2.75 monthly charge for sports programming.
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Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab:
Q&A: How Alan Taylor, online photography pioneer, is rethinking The Atlantic's photo site  —  On Monday, NASA released a high definition version of one of its most iconic photos ever, the Pillars of Creation — a shot from the Hubble Space Telescope that shows three massive columns of gas about 6,500 light years away.
Tim Peterson / AdAge:
Google to Tell Brands When Their Video Ads Are Actually Seen  —  Search Giant Will Report Viewability for Some YouTube Ads Later This Year  —  Ad Spending for 100 Largest B-to-B Marketers Nears $5 Billion  —  Google is getting more transparent with advertisers about whether consumers are actually watching their online video ads.
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Gabriel Snyder makes his first T.N.R. hires  —  In his inaugural editor's letter, Gabriel Snyder promised that his iteration of The New Republic would nurture a diverse newsroom of “talented journalists who might have previously felt unwelcome” at the 100-year-old Beltway institution.
Patrick Frater / Variety:
Li Ruigang Steps Down as President of Shanghai Media Group  —  HONG KONG — Li Ruigang, one of China's top media executives and one of the best known to Hollywood, has stepped down as president of Shanghai Media Group.  —  The move may presage Li putting more focus on China Media Capital …
Amy Thomson / Bloomberg:
Tesco Abandons Video-Streaming Ambitions in Blinkbox Sale  —  Tesco Plc (TSCO), the U.K.'s biggest retailer, has agreed to sell Blinkbox to TalkTalk Telecom Group Plc (TALK) as the grocery-store chain exits the streaming video business.  —  Blinkbox, which offers thousands of movies …
 
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