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8:00 AM ET, May 24, 2015

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 Top News: 
Alex Spence / Politico:
Janine Gibson, who led Pulitzer-winning coverage of Snowden, is leaving The Guardian  —  Snowden editor to leave The Guardian  —  LONDON — The editor who led The Guardian's Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the Edward Snowden leaks is leaving the newspaper after missing out on its top job, POLITICO has learned.
Martha Hamilton / American Journalism Review:
Collaboration grows among newsrooms due to economic necessity, need for multiplatform skills  —  All Together Now: News Partnerships Increase in Digital Age  —  At any gathering of newspaper veterans of a certain age - and many of them are at funerals nowadays - you'll hear simultaneous laments for the …
Ted Johnson / Variety:
Netflix, Dish Urge Court to Uphold FCC's Net Neutrality Action  —  Netflix and Dish Network are among the almost two dozen companies and public interest groups urging a federal appellate court to deny an effort to halt a central component of the FCC's net neutrality rules before they go into effect on June 12.
Discussion: Multichannel News
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Thomas Mocarsky / Katy on the Hill:
FCC files its opposition to a stay of the open Internet order
Discussion: Free Press
Saba Imtiaz / New York Times:
Five journalists resign from new Pakistani TV network, Bol, to cut ties to parent firm, Axact, accused of selling fake degrees  —  Pakistani Journalists Resign to Cut Ties to Axact, a Fake Diploma Company  —  KARACHI, Pakistan — Several senior journalists resigned from a developing Pakistani …
Discussion: The Huffington Post
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Apple wants local TV stations in its TV service, complicating negotiations with broadcast TV networks, which could delay launch to after this fall  —  Apple Wants Local TV in Its Web TV Service, Which Could Lead to Delays  —  If Apple launches a TV service, it won't be the first company to offer TV subscriptions over the Web.
Lauren Johnson / Adweek:
Promo for Zedd's new album on Tinder lets you swipe right on a fake profile for the artist to get a discounted download price of $3.99  —  Tinder Gets Into Music by Offering Zedd's New Album for $3.99  —  As Tinder continues to ramp up its marketing appeal for brands …
Ben Hubbard / New York Times:
Facing conservative rules, young Saudis find freedom of expression, business opportunity and video entertainment on their phones  —  Young Saudis, Bound by Conservative Strictures, Find Freedom on Their Phones  —  RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Life for many young Saudis is an ecosystem of apps.
Discussion: @nytben and mathewingram.com/work
Ryan Gallagher / The Intercept:
Handful of journalists attended confidential meeting about spying with Google, Apple, Vodafone, and spy agencies from seven countries  —  Apple and Google Just Attended a Confidential Spy Summit in a Remote English Mansion  —  At an 18th-century mansion in England's countryside last week …
Ken White / Popehat:
How To Spot And Critique Censorship Tropes In The Media's Coverage Of Free Speech Controversies  —  American journalists and pundits rely upon vigorous free speech, but are not reliable supporters of it.  They both instruct and reflect their fickle audience.  —  It's easy to spot overt calls for censorship from the commentariat.
Bloomberg Business:
Time Warner Cable continues its talks of sale to Altice or Charter; deal could be reached next week  —  Time Warner Cable Said to Be in Sale Talks With Altice, Charter  —  Time Warner Cable Inc. is in talks about a potential sale to either Altice SA or Charter Communications Inc., people with knowledge of the matter said.
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Shalini Ramachandran / Wall Street Journal:
FCC Chairman Reached Out to Time Warner Cable, Charter CEOs
Ryan Cooper / The Week:
Journalists should skip campaign stops and cover candidates via public communications, polling, and policy documents  —  Why 2016 marks the death of the political campaign reporter  —  The 2016 election may be the first one in which the political press is totally sidelined.
Dylan Byers / Politico:
Entertainment Weekly is quietly rolling out a metered paywall, with starting prices of $1.99/month or $20/year, a sign of things to come for Time Inc. websites  —  ‘Entertainment Weekly’ mounts paywall, a sign of the Time Inc. to come  —  In a sign of things to come for Time Inc. websites …
Discussion: FishbowlNY
Alan Travis / Guardian:
Theresa May's plan to censor TV shows condemned by Tory cabinet colleague  —  Exclusive: Former culture secretary Sajid Javid told prime minister he was unable to support home secretary's proposal as it infringed free speech  —  A plan by the home secretary to introduce counter-extremism powers …
 
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Jon Russell / TechCrunch:
Messaging app firm Line is testing a $2/month standalone music streaming app in Thailand
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Sony Uses Copyright To Force Verge To Takedown Its Copy Of Sony's Spotify Contract
Elizabeth Jensen / NPR:
NPR will no longer feature a host's book on his or her own show
Discussion: @sarahw
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Claire Atkinson / New York Post:
Disney/Univision pump $30M into Fusion network
Kerry A. Dolan / Forbes:
Charges Dropped In Defamation Trial Against Angolan Journalist Rafael Marques
Janko Roettgers / Variety:
Sources: Samsung's media unit, responsible for Milk Music, Milk Video, and Milk VR, lays off up to 15% of staff
Discussion: Ubergizmo and Business Insider