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5:20 AM ET, June 23, 2015

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Casey Tolan / Fusion:
How a Pulitzer-winning New York Times journalist was tricked into reporting about the Charleston killer's nonexistent Tumblr posts  —  How a 16-year-old tricked the New York Times into reporting that Dylann Roof blogged about “My Little Pony”  —  If you read this New York Times article …
Carol Driver / Daily Mail:
DailyMail, WPP and Snapchat partner to launch first global content marketing company Truffle Pig  —  DailyMail is teaming up with two of the world's biggest names in marketing, content and community to launch the first joint global digital content agency.  —  Making the announcement on board …
Andrew Lih / New York Times:
Wikipedia faces decline in editor participation due to poor support for mobile editing and internal governance disputes  —  Can Wikipedia Survive?  —  WASHINGTON — WIKIPEDIA has come a long way since it started in 2001.  With around 70,000 volunteers editing in over 100 languages …
Discussion: @frederick_mona, @edge and Mediashift
Matthew Keys / The Desk:
Circa news app stops publishing Monday, stirring speculation of closure or acquisition  —  Circa news app goes silent ahead of “announcement”  —  The Circa News app as it appears on an Android tablet.  (Photo: Circa/Handout)  —  Circa News, a mobile news and information application …
Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
Publishers, researchers, and developers discuss strategies to make news app notifications better during NYC Media Lab's “Future of Notifications” panel  —  Notifications are annoying.  Is there a good way to make them better?  —  If you're an Apple Watch owner …
Jan Schaffer / Nieman Lab:
“Civic journalism” experiments in the '90s worked by involving readers in solutions, a method news organizations may have already forgotten  —  If audience engagement is the goal, it's time to look back at the successes of civic journalism for answers
Discussion: @nbj914 and @digidave
Pando:
Pando relaunches with subscription model, says it needs 5,000 members to support its reporting  —  Welcome to a new Pando  —  Welcome to a brand new Pando!  —  From today, the newest articles on Pando will be available to members first.  Membership costs just $10 a month (or $100 a year …
Adario Strange / Mashable:
Getty Images launches virtual reality imagery collection, 360 Degree View, in Oculus Store  —  Getty Images dives into virtual reality with Oculus Rift  —  Getty Images is entering the world of virtual reality.  —  Getty 360 Degree View, a collection of immersive 360-degree imagery …
Discussion: PSFK
Mic Wright / The Next Web:
Rdio is now on Amazon Fire TV and the Fire TV Stick  —  Love Rdio?  Love your Amazon Fire TV or Fire TV Stick?  Here's some good news: You can now combine the two.  —  The streaming service has been on Amazon's Fire tablets and phone for a while.  Now it's reached the rest of the Amazon Fire family.
Discussion: TechHive, Thanks:@atechmemefan
Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab:
MinnPost introduces members-only content with MinnPost+  —  Minnesota's nonprofit news outlet MinnPost hopes to show that membership has its privileges.  Starting tomorrow, the site is launching MinnPost+, a new tier of “bonus content” only available to people who have donated $60 or more in a year.
Discussion: MinnPost
Lauren Johnson / Adweek:
Nestlé Will Be the First Brand to Run a Sponsored Periscope Stream  —  Since Twitter-owned Periscope launched in March, brands have been curious about how to turn livestreaming video into ads.  Twitter doesn't offer Periscope ads yet, but a campaign from Nestlé this weekend shows …
E&:
COO of Canada's Postmedia, Wayne Parrish, is stepping down after three and a half years  —  Postmedia COO Wayne Parrish Stepping Down  —  Postmedia Network Inc. has announced that Chief Operating Officer Wayne Parrish has decided to leave the Company, effective June 30, 2015.
Discussion: Globe and Mail
Tim Cushing / Techdirt:
German regulators extend 2002 Youth Media Protection Law to include adult-content e-books, ban their sale between 6AM and 10PM local time  —  Germany Says You Can't Sell Adult Ebooks Until After 10 PM  —  Why is it that many efforts made “for the children” are so stupid most tweens could point out the obvious flaws?
Discussion: The Next Web
Leo Barraclough / Variety:
Sky stock rises 3.7% in wake of speculation about Murdoch takeover bid  —  Pay TV Platform Sky's Stock Spikes on Murdoch Stake Speculation  —  LONDON — The stock price of European pay TV platform Sky rose 3.47% to £10.74 ($16.70) early Monday on speculation that the Murdoch family's 21st Century Fox …
Discussion: Reuters and Deadline
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Christopher Williams / Telegraph:   Murdochs rebuff two offers for their stake in Sky, fuelling rumors they are to make another takeover bid
 
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Cleland Thom / Press Gazette:
ECHR ruling suggests publishers liable for defamatory web comments as soon as they appear
Hadas Gold / Politico:
Jeanne Cummings, a deputy editor at Bloomberg, is leaving for the Wall Street Journal
Discussion: FishbowlDC, FishbowlNY and @dylanbyers
Dylan Tweney / VentureBeat:
Study: Facebook on track to deliver two-thirds as many video views as YouTube does in 2015
Discussion: @joshconstine and Marketing Land
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Politico Issues ‘Cultural Manifesto’ In Quest to Save Nonpartisan Political Journalism
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Sarah Frier / Bloomberg Business:
Twitter's board of directors says CEO role is a “full-time commitment” in message to investors resolving one question about Jack Dorsey
Discussion: Twitter About and Variety
Hanna Trudo / Politico:
Associated Press criticized over photo of Ted Cruz with gun pointed at his head
Steve Grove / The Official Google Blog:
Google launches News Lab to help journalists use its tools and data sets “to help build the future of media”, partners with several media organzations
Jasper Jackson / Guardian:
BuzzFeed UK hires Sunday Times journalist Michael Gillard
Discussion: @loudelbello
Nic Christensen / mUmBRELLA:
Australian Senate passes anti-piracy measures which allow rights holders to block copyright infringing sites
Discussion: ZDNet