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8:00 PM ET, July 7, 2015

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Jasper Jackson / Guardian:
Cuts to the BBC would threaten the whole TV industry, says Pact chair  —  Expected cuts including £650m cost of free licence fees for over 75s being taken on by corporation would harm quality, claims Laura Mansfield  —  Cuts to the BBC would threaten the rest of the TV ecosystem …
Discussion: allmediascotland
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
Video chief Rebecca Howard to leave New York Times  —  Rebecca Howard, general manager of video at The New York Times, is set to leave the company later this month after less than two-and-a-half years on the job, sources familiar with the matter told Capital.
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Tom McGeveran / Capital New York:
Bruce Headlam, New York Times' managing editor for video, moving to another senior newsroom role  —  Bruce Headlam out, too, in Times video shake-up  —  In a restrucuring of The New York Times' video operations, Bruce Headlam, managing editor for video, will leave that role for another …
Janko Roettgers / Variety:
GoPro hires former Hulu original series chief, Charlotte Koh, as head of features and series for content push  —  GoPro Hires Former Hulu Original Series Chief for Content Push (Exclusive)  —  GoPro is getting ready to step up its content game: Charlotte Koh, who used to lead Hulu's original …
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Netflix Moves Into Original Feature Films, Starting This October  —  Netflix is ready to become a home for feature films, giving the industry a new outlet for movie production in an era of declining ticket sales - a trend that has led to a large influx of what studios' believe will be sure-fire hits, like remakes and sequels.
Nicola Davis / Observer:
Inside British Library's operation to digitize and preserve 300 years of newspaper content  —  Not fade away... how robots are preserving our old newspapers  —  In a Yorkshire outpost of the British Library, archivists using the latest conservation technology are racing to digitise 300 years …
Emma Bazilian / Adweek:
Time Inc.'s Digital Innovation Group Is Launching Its Next Big Vertical, ‘The Drive’  —  Time Inc. is betting big on digital-only brands.  After launching home site The Snug and beauty site Mimi earlier this year, the company is set to unveil another brand new digital vertical, The Drive, this fall.
Discussion: Wall Street Journal
Chris Sutcliffe / TheMediaBriefing:
How Schibsted's single log-in across all properties lets it successfully monetize mobile content  —  Schibsted's head of data: Publishers need to keep pace with tech companies to make money from mobile  —  Arvid Cedergen will be speaking at Monetising Media 2015 in London.
Stowe Boyd / Gigaom Research:
Gigaom Research is relaunching under new owner Knowingly; existing subscriptions to be extended four months  —  Rebooting Gigaom Research  —  On March 9 2015, Gigaom ceased operations because of the insolvency of Giga Omni, the corporation behind the scenes.
Mike Farrell / Multichannel News:
CBS plans debt offering of $800M, with proceeds for general purposes including stock buyback  —  CBS to Issue $800M in Debt  —  Senior Notes to Help Repurchase Shares, Retire Debt  —  CBS said it will commence an $800 million offering of senior notes later this week, proceeds of which will be used to repurchase its own shares.
Discussion: The Wrap and PR Newswire
 
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