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3:45 AM ET, July 28, 2015

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Lloyd Grove / The Daily Beast:
Sources: Denton sought advice and possible financial backing from Mark Cuban and Pierre Omidyar as he considers diluting his financial risk in Gawker  —  Is This Nick Denton's Exit Strategy From Gawker?  —  Today the controversy-beset website moved to new offices.
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Jasper Jackson / Guardian:   Gawker to announce interim editorial lead this week, start search for new senior editors, hires ex-Google exec Ian Fette as new CTO
Margaret Sullivan / New York Times:
Increasing competition on the web, pressure to break scoops led to mistakes on Clinton story  —  A Clinton Story Fraught With Inaccuracies: How It Happened and What Next?  —  The story certainly seemed like a blockbuster: A criminal investigation of Hillary Rodham Clinton by the Justice Department …
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Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
NBC News explains Clinton e-mail report with ‘Editors note’  —  The New York Times last Thursday night “broke” the story of requests from two federal inspectors general for a criminal probe against Hillary Clinton for her use of e-mail during her tenure as secretary of state.
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William Turton / The Daily Dot:
New York Magazine's site is down, Twitter user claims he launched DDOS attack on it; Update: the site is now up
Gus Lubin / Tech Insider:
Business Insider launches new tech site, Tech Insider, with original reporting by 30+ journalists on tech, science, innovation, culture  —  Welcome to Tech Insider!  —  There has never been a better time to be alive.  —  Contrary to what you might have heard, people are healthier, safer, happier, and smarter than ever.
Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
Alex Blumberg, CEO of Gimlet, talks about his business model, podcasts, memberships, and more  —  Gimlet wants to become the “HBO of podcasting” — here's what its founder's learned trying to get there  —  Last summer, radio reporter Alex Blumberg made a decision that, by his own admission, was “crazy.”
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Todd Spangler / Variety:
Snapchat Adds BuzzFeed, iHeartRadio to Discover Lineup After Dropping Yahoo, Warner Music  —  Snapchat has slotted in BuzzFeed and music-streaming service iHeartRadio to its Discover media section, after removing launch partners Yahoo and Warner Music Group from the lineup.
Noah Kulwin / Re/code:
Reddit Head of Community Jessica Moreno has left company two weeks after content policy change  —  Two Weeks After Content Policy Update, Reddit's Head of Community, Jessica Moreno, Has Left the Company  —  Reddit's head of community, Jessica Moreno, has left the company.
Matthew J. Belvedere / CNBC:
Disney CEO Bob Iger says ESPN could one day be sold direct to consumers, but not within next five years  —  Disney CEO Iger: ESPN could one day be sold direct  —  Walt Disney chief Bob Iger said Monday he sees ESPN as a media property that could be eventually sold directly to consumers …
Sage Lazzaro / The New York Observer:
Vice's female-focused channel, Broadly, sets Aug. 3 launch date, releases promo video  —  Vice Drops Promo Video, Launch Date for New Female-Focused Channel ‘Broadly’  —  The site will begin covering women's news full-time August 3  —  The opening scene in the content tease video just released for Broadly.
Discussion: Business Insider
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Smoking Gun: MPAA Emails Reveal Plan To Run Anti-Google Smear Campaign Via Today Show And WSJ  —  If you talk to the reporters who work for various big media companies, they insist that they have true editorial independence from the business side of their companies.
Anita Powell / Voice of America:
As Obama Visits, Rights Groups Decry Treatment of Media in Ethiopia  —  Journalist Reeyot Alemu said U.S. President Barack Obama is unlikely to see the real Ethiopia during a historic state visit to the East African powerhouse.  —  Until earlier this month, the award-winning reporter …
Chris Welch / The Verge:
Google is splitting Google+ from all its products, starting with YouTube; Google account is all you will need to log in  —  Google+ and YouTube are finally splitting up  —  Google is officially divorcing Google+ profiles from its other, more popular services.
 
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Ruth Reader / VentureBeat:
Medium updates rules to suppress harassment and revenge porn
Discussion: Medium and The Next Web
Emily Steel / New York Times:
Netflix still has 5.3M DVD subscribers, generating hundreds of millions in profit a year
Ruth Reader / VentureBeat:
Yahoo launches live news show with Katie Couric
Discussion: TVNewser, Yahoo and @jbenton
Jasper Jackson / Guardian:
Huffington Post chief vows to protect contributors to new Arabic offshoot
Sibusiso Tshabalala / Quartz:
Africa's biggest media group, Naspers, has finally apologized for its role during Apartheid
Discussion: @lilkuo
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Evan McMurry / Mediaite:
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Washington Post:
After Arab Spring, journalism briefly flowered and then withered
Discussion: @ajlisteningpost
Steve Buttry / The Buttry Diary:
Newspapers continue backward thinking about linking
Khari Johnson / Through the Cracks:
Beacon Reader launches Bounties to let readers crowdfund and choose which stories get covered
Discussion: @crowdjournalism
Kurt Wagner / Re/code:
DraftKings raises $300M at a valuation of more than $1.2B in a round led by Fox Sports, pledges to spend $250M on ads with the TV company