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9:30 AM ET, October 12, 2015

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Marty Baron / Washington Post:
New statement from Martin Baron on The Post's Jason Rezaian  —  Statement from Martin Baron, Washington Post executive editor: The guilty verdict announced by Iran in the trial of The Washington Post's Jason Rezaian represents an outrageous injustice.  Iran has behaved unconscionably throughout this case …
Discussion: Mediaite, NBC News, Poynter and The Week
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Brian Stelter / CNN:
Washington Post's Jason Rezaian sentenced in Iran; verdict is unknown  — A verdict has been issued in the espionage trial of jailed Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian  —  (CNN)An Iranian court has handed down a verdict in the espionage trial of jailed Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian …
Thomas Erdbrink / New York Times:
Amid Reports of Jason Rezaian's Conviction, Iran Hints at Prisoner Exchange  —  TEHRAN — The Washington Post said on Monday that its correspondent Jason Rezaian, who has been jailed for 14 months in Iran on espionage charges, had been convicted after a trial that ended two months ago.
Discussion: Washington Post and Poynter
Jane Martinson / Guardian:
Interview with The New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet on the news org's finances, digital rivals, Jill Abramson, more  —  Dean Baquet: ‘My goal is to keep the number of reporters really high at the New York Times’  —  The NYT executive editor on his paper's global appeal …
Discussion: FishbowlNY and @bobslatimes
Patrick Redford / Deadspin:
ESPN's Grantland loses four employees to as yet unknown project run by Bill Simmons  —  The Grantland Exodus Has Begun  —  On the third episode of Bill Simmons's podcast, Simmons had former Grantland movie critic Wesley Morris on.  They talked about movies in a particularly Simmonsy way …
Discussion: Hollywood Reporter and SI.com
Cynthia Littleton / Variety:
Dish and Tegna reach a multiyear carriage deal, ending 24-hour blackout on 46 TV stations in 38 markets  —  Dish Network, Tegna Reach Deal Ending Station Blackout in 38 Markets  —  Dish Network is restoring 46 Tegna-owned network affiliate stations to its lineup, ending a more than 24-hour blackout in 38 markets.
New York Times:
Source: Apple disables Apple News in China, likely to avoid requirement to censor content  —  Apple Is Said to Deactivate Its News App in China  —  HONG KONG — Apple has disabled its news app in China, according to a person with direct knowledge of the situation, the most recent sign …
Hadas Gold / Politico:
BuzzFeed to begin creating native video ads for politicians and political causes  —  BuzzFeed launches native video political advertising  —  <p>BuzzFeed will begin creating native video ads for politicians and political causes, the website will announce Monday.</p><p>Rena Shapiro …
Discussion: @jyarow, @pbump and @alexweprin
Kurt Wagner / Re/code:
Snapchat Adds Refinery29 to Its Stable of Discover Publishers  —  Publishers are still jumping at the chance to give Snapchat their content.  Next in line: fashion and beauty site Refinery29, which launched its Snapchat Discover channel Monday morning.  —  Snapchat now features 15 publishers …
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
FT staff vote for industrial action over proposed pension changes  —  Staff and unions back industrial action if new owner Nikkei goes ahead with ‘pensions robbery’  —  Financial Times staff have voted to support taking industrial action if changes to the newspaper's pension policy are pushed through.
Ricardo Bilton / Digiday:
Inside Boston Globe's niche website strategy as it plans to launch its third standalone news site Stat on health, medicine, and life sciences this fall  —  Inside The Boston Globe's niche website strategy  —  Publishers have traditionally heard “niche” and thought small.
Discussion: AdExchanger
Aida Alami / New York Times:
Moroccan Government Cracks Down on Journalists and Activists  —  RABAT, Morocco — As he sits in a jail cell with seven other inmates, Hicham Mansouri, an investigative journalist, worries about his colleagues on the outside.  —  For now, at least, they remain free.
 
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