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4:10 PM ET, August 31, 2015

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Jean-Louis Gassée / Monday Note:
Apple's addition of content blocking in OS X and iOS could make ad-supported business models unviable  —  Life After Content Blocking  —  By Jean-Louis Gassée Ad blocking started as an initiative by independent developers who wanted to improve our browsing experience.
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Jeanine Poggi / Ad Age:
TV networks are testing ways to overcome ad-blockers  —  TV Networks Confront Ad Blockers Erasing Their Commercials Online  —  CBS Blocks the Blockers While Fox Explores Friendlier Ad Models  —  Hulu and CBS.com won't show episodes to people using ad blockers, but the approach isn't universal.
Discussion: Mashable
Agence France-Presse:
Two VICE journalists and their Iraqi translator charged with “engaging in terror activity” on behalf of ISIS, remanded in custody by Turkish court  —  Turkish court arrests British journalists on terror charges: AFP  —  Diyarbakir (Turkey) (AFP) - A court in Turkey's southeastern city …
Jess Jiang / NPR.org:
NPR celebrates tenth anniversary since launching its podcasts  —  NPR Podcasts Turn 10!  —  New technologies come with a big asterisk.  We can never be sure whether they'll catch on and stick around for more than one or two seasons worth of holiday promotions.
Alex Stedman / Variety:
Epix signs multi-year distribution deal with Hulu, will not renew its deal with Netflix after current agreement expires in September  —  Epix Movies Are Leaving Netflix, Coming to Hulu  —  Epix movies also available on Amazon Prime Instant Video  —  UPDATED: Netflix customers soon …
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Andrew Wallenstein / Variety:
Hulu Pact Could Get Epix What It Wants Most: Comcast Carriage  —  Securing a new deal with Hulu could better position Epix for an even bigger pact with Comcast, according to analysts.  —  The premium cable net is available in nearly 50 million homes but lacks distribution with the biggest pay-TV provider …
Discussion: Home Media Magazine
Eriq Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:
NBCUniversal Headed to Trial Over Reporter's Age Discrimination Claims  —  Frank Snepp, former KNBC investigative reporter, was fired at the age of 69.  —  At age 72, Frank Snepp is quietly having a remarkable year and now could be on the verge of trial against NBCUniversal.
Mark Gurman / 9to5Mac:
Sources: Apple TV 4 coming in October for under $200, Apple TV 3 will support streaming service next year, but won't have App Store or direct Siri controls  —  Apple TV 4 coming in October for under $200, Apple TV 3 stays & gets new streaming service  —  Rough mockup of fourth Apple TV vs. third Apple TV by Michael Steeber
Thomas Erdbrink / New York Times:
Jason Rezaian's Status Unclear After Iran Sentences 2  —  TEHRAN — Iran's judiciary sentenced two people to 10 years in prison on Sunday for spying for the United States and Israel, but their names were not released, local media reported.  —  It was not clear if the Iranian-American reporter Jason Rezaian …
Rosie Gray / BuzzFeed:
The Real Media Machine Behind Trump: Conservative Talk Radio  —  If you're one of the millions listening to talk radio, you can almost listen to pro-Trump news all day.  Is it pure fandom, a conduit for talking about immigration, or a means to give people what they want to stay relevant?
Margaret Hartmann / New York Magazine:
Parents of murdered WDBJ journalist Alison Parker vow to fight for gun control  —  ‘These People Are Messing With the Wrong Family’: Alison Parker's Parents Vow to Fight for Gun Control  —  They called out Virginia lawmakers supported by the NRA.  —  Shares
 
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Robert Mann / Salon:
Once high-stakes affairs, political press conferences are now carefully choreographed events
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