Columbia Journalism Review :: The leak of the NSA documents provides much information about political journalism in a networked age. The most important patterns are these: Individual sources have improved leverage, transnational news networks are becoming both essential and normal, and digital data is undermining older patterns of journalistic reputation.
CPJ :: An emailed report on results of the most recent survey (which can be viewed here) found the visa registration process was smoother than in previous years, but "Chinese authorities are continuing to abuse the press card and visa renewal process in a political manner."
Read Bob Dietz, cpj.org
TechCrunch :: Twitter has launched an embedding feature for Twitter-hosted videos, letting you put any movies shot using its native video capture and publishing tool on your site, complete with an embed button on Twitter’s on website.
Death is the only reliable news in Aleppo. It doesn't need to be confirmed by any source. People are the source
Al Akhbar :: Battles are raging in the Aleppo countryside, but the residents of the city itself have stopped following the news of the fighting.
Nieman Lab :: Analyst Ben Thompson has a good piece up providing the service he often does: examining a portion of the media landscape the way a Valley-tinged capitalist might, without any of the romance people brought up in the media business might bring.
Broadcasting Cable :: Former NBC News president Andy Lack is in talks to return in a top role, potentially replacing Patricia Fili-Krushel.