2014/10/20

The Daily Orange Editorial Board: Decision to disinvite photographer was fueled by Ebola hysteria

The Daily Orange :: The majority of The Daily Orange Editorial Board disagrees with S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications’ decision to disinvite a Pulitzer Prize winning photographer from its 2014 Fall Workshop. The school gave in to the hysteria surrounding Ebola and disinviting the photographer reflects poorly on Newhouse.

Read Staff, The Daily Orange Editorial Board, dailyorange.com

Should NBC News doctor who violated Ebola quarantine continue reporting?

AP :: The quarantine against possible Ebola exposure ends this week for Dr. Nancy Snyderman, but the troubles clearly aren't over for NBC News' chief medical editor.

Read David Bauder, www.huffingtonpost.com

Google says latest search changes will 'visibly affect' piracy site rankings

Guardian :: Promises new crackdown on some of the most notorious sites in effort to win over music and movie rightsholders

Read Stuart Dredge, www.theguardian.com

Iranian broadcaster raises suspicions about death of reporter on Syrian border

Guardian :: A journalist working for Press TV on the Turkish-Syrian border was killed on Sunday in what are claimed to be suspicious circumstances.

Read Roy Greenslade, www.theguardian.com

Europe's online video market poised for further growth

eMarketer :: As Netflix expands in Europe, avid consumers are watching more video than ever before, boosting associated revenues to new highs. Most of the revenue growth in Europe will be associated with online subscription video-on-demand and ad-supported video.

Read Staff, eMarketer, www.emarketer.com

This is how Conde Nast plans to make Epicurious the ultimate food resource

AdWeek :: An interview with new Food Innovation Group vp, publisher Pamela Drucker Mann.

Read Emma Bazilian, www.adweek.com

Twitter to offer new tools for app developers

Wall Street Journal :: Twitter has a proposition for app makers: Let’s start over.

Read Yoree Koh, online.wsj.com

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