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Post-Attack Edition Of 'Charlie Hebdo' Sells Out In France

The satirical magazine said it would increase its run to 5 million. The cover of the magazine features a caricature of the Prophet Muhammad.
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'Charlie Hebdo' Hits The Stands — And Promptly Flies Off Them

The magazine Charlie Hebdo published its latest edition in Paris on Wednesday. It was purchased by hundreds of thousands of Parisians as a gesture of support, selling out at outlets across the city.
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College Football Championship Sets A New Cable Ratings Record

The championship game between Oregon and Ohio State was a hit with viewers, turning in the highest ratings in the history of both ESPN and cable TV. The broadcast averaged 33.4 million viewers.
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'Charlie Hebdo' Keeps The Presses Running, Will Print 3 Milllion Copies

The remaining staff of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo are still planning to publish this week's issue, printing up three million copies.
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'Charlie Hebdo' Editor On New Issue: 'We're Happy To Have ... Done It'

Gerard Briard said when the artist showed the staff the cover — featuring a caricature of the Prophet Muhammad — everyone burst out laughing and "jumped up for joy."
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Many French Jews Choose To Leave France Because Of Anti-Semitism

Renee Montagne talks to David Remnick, editor-in-chief of The New Yorker, who focuses his pen this week on anti-Semitism in France, and the future of France's Jewish community.
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NPR Appoints Longtime Print Reporter As New Ombudsman

Elizabeth Jensen, who has written extensively about public broadcasting, says she is keen to explain NPR's journalistic choices to the public and offer criticism when warranted.
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Hundreds March In D.C. To Honor Law Enforcement, 'Charlie Hebdo' Victims

Residents in the District joined the hundreds of thousands worldwide in marching on Sunday in solidarity with the victims of the terror attacks in Paris last week.

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New Streaming Services Are Changing TV — And Viewers, Too

Streaming services like Netflix and the DISH Network's new Sling TV are helping consumers break free of cable subscriptions. That means TV shows must find new ways to connect with their viewers.
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Editor Fears Paris Attack Will Fuel Extremism On The Far Right

France is reeling from attacks by Islamist extremists this week. NPR's Scott Simon talks to Natalie Nougayrède, former executive editor of Le Monde, about the future of French media and culture.

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