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10:03 AM - Thursday, December 18, 2014
8 hour ago - Advertising Age - Digital
Signing on as "Serial's" first advertiser has turned out nicely for MailChimp. The podcast, which investigates the 1999 murder of a Baltimore high school student, quickly became a hit. But as Serial's only launch partner, MailChimp's payment wa . . .
5 hour ago - Nieman Journalism Lab / Justin Ellis
The Texas Tribune is taking its split with The New York Times pretty well. Two months ago the Times ended its story-sharing agreement with the Austin-based news nonprofit after four years. Now, the Tribune has a new dance partner: The Washingto . . .
4 hour ago - Mediaite / Matt Wilstein
On his penultimate episode ever last night, Stephen Colbert used his long-running Cold War Update segment to declare the official end of the Cold War now that President Barack Obama has normalized relations with Cuba. But like some of his conse . . .
5 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Catherine Taibi
We thought Bill O'Reilly had declared victory in the "War on Christmas" last year. But apparently the battle was still ongoing. The Fox News host went on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" Wednesday night and officially declared victory. Phew! . . .
6 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Christopher Rosen
As the cyber attack on Sony Pictures revealed a cache of stolen emails, including bits of news and gossip, both Aaron Sorkin and Judd Apatow were among the most critical toward the way members of the press covered the story. "As a screenwrit . . .
12 hour ago - news / Sarah Crompton
Serial is something very old and quite new says Sarah Crompton
12 hour ago - NPR / Eric Deggans
Both Stephen Colbert and Craig Ferguson end their late-night TV shows this week. Colbert is getting a boatload of attention as he moves to succeed David Letterman, but Ferguson deserves some too.
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3 hour ago - paidContent:UK / Kevin Fitchard
French telecom tycoon Xavier Niel may have seen his offers for T-Mobile US rebuffed, but it looks like he’s going to get his hands on a mobile carrier after all. Niel’s private holding company NJJ Capital is buying Orange Switzerland for €2.3 b . . .
5 hour ago - Mediaite / Evan Mcmurry
In an interview with Fox's Bret Baier and then more at length to Chuck Todd on Meet the Press he made numerous arguments in defense of the torture program, none of which are testing well with the fact checkers -- not surprising, given that he h . . .
5 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Sara Boboltz
Here's something you didn't know: The holidays are here, and that means finding gifts for everyone on your list. Mom, siblings, significant other and the cousin's husband's child from a previous marriage whom you drew in the extended family's S . . .
5 hour ago - The Guardian / John Plunkett
Kevin Sutcliffe urges corporation to ‘grab the tiger by the tail’ and said Panorama needs to be more ‘in your face’ and fearlessA senior Vice News executive has branded BBC current affairs output “beige” and called on BBC1 flagship Panorama to . . .
17 hour ago - Blog / Mara Siegler
“Read my e-mails, I say offensive things for a living,” the "Top Five" actor said.
3 hour ago - The Guardian / Roy Greenslade
Express Newspapers’ boss attended a Conservative Friends of Israel meeting instead Continue reading...
12/17/2014 - TechCrunch / Darrell Etherington
 You’ll probably never be able to store your Netflix shows offline the way you can with your Spotify or Rdio music tracks, according to Netflix’s senior management. That’s not exactly surprising, but to hear from Cliff Edwards, Netflix’s Direct . . .
5 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Ed Mazza
To millions, Jay Z is an American success story -- a wildly popular artist and a self-made businessman from humble roots. But to Sean Hannity, Jay Z is just a "former crack dealer.” "Fuck, man," Jon Stewart said on "The Daily Show" Wednesda . . .
12/16/2014 - The Guardian / Stuart Dredge
But Daniel Ek says his company remains unwilling to let Taylor Swift and her peers choose to keep their music off Spotify’s free serviceAfter a bruising year for streaming music service Spotify, chief executive Daniel Ek admits the company is t . . .
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