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8:40 AM ET, June 9, 2015

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Joshua Benton / Nieman Lab:
News gets embedded into iOS 9 with animations, swipeable photo galleries, and personalization; Newsstand won't be missed  —  For news organizations, this was the most important set of Apple announcements in years  —  There wasn't a lot of buildup beforehand, but today's Apple keynote turned …
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Tom Warren / The Verge:
Apple News looks like Flipboard and replaces Newsstand on your iPhone or iPad  —  Rumors suggested Apple was planning to kill off Newsstand, and now the company is making it official: News will replace Newsstand.  News brings content from publishers across the world, and content owners can customize the way articles are displayed.
Philip Bump / Washington Post:
Apple's News app might help Apple.  It probably won't help the news.  —  I have to assume that in some culture (maybe my own), there is an allegory about an ill patient being tended to by scores of doctors, all of whom offer different remedies, breaking into factions focused on one strategy or another …
D.B. Hebbard / Talking New Media:
Publishers get 100% of ads they sell with Apple's News Publisher, 70% of ads sold by iAd; offers targeting and reporting
Discussion: MacStories, 9to5Mac, Medium and WebProNews
Janko Roettgers / Variety:
Apple announces Apple Music: music streaming, human-curated playlists, Beats 1 24/7 radio, Connect to allow artists to interact with fans  —  Apple Launches Apple Music Subscription Service  —  Apple officially introduced its new music streaming service, dubbed Apple Music …
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Business Wire:
Apple Music launching June 30 on iOS, Mac, and PC with 3 months free, then $9.99 per month, coming to Apple TV and Android phones this fall  —  Introducing Apple Music — All The Ways You Love Music.  All in One Place.  —  SAN FRANCISCO—(BUSINESS WIRE)—Apple® today unveiled Apple Music™ …
Peter Robinson / Guardian:
This is a radio clash: can Radio 1 survive the Apple attack?  —  Breakfast show host Nick Grimshaw has lost almost a million listeners, Zane Lowe has jumped ship and young people are tuning in for less time.  With Apple Music and Spotify changing the game, what does it mean for radio's existing players?
Discussion: NME and @jcstearns
Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
Lester Holt poised to take Brian Williams' anchor chair permanently  —  It is increasingly clear that Lester Holt is going to stay in the “NBC Nightly News” anchor chair.  —  His assignment was originally supposed to last six months — the amount of time Brian Williams was suspended after ten years at the helm of “Nightly.”
Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
Journalists at Trinity Mirror Midlands could be disciplined if they fail to meet traffic goals  —  Journalists to be given personal online audience growth targets after job cuts at Trinity Mirror Midlands  —  Journalists at Trinity Mirror's restructured Midlands newsrooms …
Discussion: @youngvulgarian
Dan Kois / Slate:
Profile of ClickHole, an Onion spinoff created to mock BuzzFeed, and how it became way more than just clickbait  —  Wow.  ClickHole.  —  No judgment, but you waste a lot of time on the internet, right?  Which means sometime in the past year or so, something like this happened …
Michele McLellan / Michele's List:
Alan Mutter used limited CJR data sample in a post about 1-in-4 failure rate for news startups  —  Debating the failure rate  —  Alan Mutter, the Newsosaur, has a thoughtful post about David Borak's decision to cease publication at Davidson News and Cornelius News.
Discussion: @michelemclellan
Associated Press:
Former deputy editor of the News of the World, Neil Wallis, goes on trial over phone hacking  —  Ex-tabloid editor goes on trial over phone hacking  —  LONDON (AP) — The former deputy editor of the News of the World has gone on trial over phone hacking, with prosecutors saying it's inconceivable …
Discussion: ITV and BBC
Joel Simon / Columbia Journalism Review:
Why the Jason Rezaian case is a game changer for US correspondents  —  Jason Rezaian appeared Monday in Iranian court, where he defended himself against espionage and other charges that could lead to 20 years in prison.  The trial is closed — a request from the Washington Post to send a representative has not garnered a reply.
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Nasser Karimi / Associated Press:   Jason Rezaian's mother says reporter is “very tired, very distressed”
Peter Sterne / Capital New York:
Reporters announce conference in Lousiville to unionize digital media  —  A group of reporters associated with the labor movement are organizing a conference in Louisville to discuss how to unionize the digital media industry.  —  The National Convergence to Organize Digital Media will be held in Louisville, Ky. on Oct. 8-11.
 
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