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Mediabistro Morning Roundup – 10.17.14

From TVNewser to FishbowlNY, here are your top stories from across Mediabistro.

SocialTimes Report: Whisper Monitors Users, Collects and Stores Their Data

FishbowlDC TIME’s Michael Crowley to Politico

TVSpy Fan Causes Drama at Florida Gubernatorial Debate on WFOR

GalleyCat Richard Flanagan Wins the 2014 Man Booker Prize

FishbowlNY TIME Promotes Seven, Adds Three

AgencySpy GS&P Director of Talent Heads to Google

Lost Remote CBS Launches Subscription Streaming Service, ‘All Access’ Today

TVNewser Kathie Lee Gifford Accepts Regis Philbin’s ‘Giant of Broadcasting’ Award

AllFacebook More Brands Uploading Videos Directly to Facebook, Bypassing YouTube

AllTwitter Flight, Twitter’s First Mobile Developer Conference, Taking Place Next Week

10,000 Words New Brookings Essay Examines the Bad News About the News

Inside Mobile Apps Apple Reveals iPad Air 2, iOS 8.1 Release Date

InsideFacebook Facebook Updates Ad Campaign Structure

PRNewser 10 Biggest and 5 Most Surprising Brands ‘Friended’ by Millennials

MediaJobsDaily It’s National Boss’s Day! Here Are Several Ways to Mark the Occasion

UnBeige Mark Your Calendar: Michael Graves ‘Past as Prologue’ Symposium

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Reuters’ reconsiders developing their new direct-to-reader platform: In a NYT story written Wednesday by Leslie Kaufman,  she reports that Andrew Rashbass, chief executive of Reuters, announced that further development of the new platform “Next” will end immediately. Budgetary restraints and overruns were cited as reasons for ending the project. Reuters will now focus on developing local-language sites for their websites, and will utilize as much work from “Next” as they can.

Why you should read it: Not only was the anticipated “Next” project cancelled, but Jim Roberts, head of Reuters Digital, is leaving the company, saying he won’t be leaving news and stay tuned for his next move.

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