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Taliban Declares Leading Afghan TV Networks Military Targets

Saad Mohseni, the founder of Tolo TV, talked to Renee Montagne about the Taliban threats, and offers his thoughts on the future of Afghanistan's stability and progress.
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Twitter's Suspension Of Sports Media Revives Debate Over Fair Use

Twitter is going after news media that share highlights of U.S. football games without sports organizations' permission. The move shines a spotlight on the notion of fair use of copyrighted content.
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'Playboy' Announces Decision To Stop Publishing Nude Photos

NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Charlie Warzel of Buzzfeed about Playboy's decision to stop publishing nude photos as Internet pornography has brought pressure on the print industry.
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'Playboy' To Stop Publishing Nude Images

The magazine said it is making the change as a result of competition from the Internet.
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Iran State TV Says U.S. Journalist Jason Rezaian Has Been Convicted

A spokesman for Iran's judiciary did not reveal details of the verdict. It's the latest development in a case that's been marked by secrecy.
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With Dramas On The Dial, 'Freedom' Made History By Teaching It

In an era of segregation and base stereotypes, Richard Durham brought a different tone to broadcast radio. On Sunday mornings in the '40s, he told nuanced stories of history's great black Americans.
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'Philadelphia City Paper' Prints Its Final Edition

Philadelphia's award-winning City Paper is the latest casualty among alternative weekly publications, which have struggled in recent years. Steve Inskeep talks to former staff writer Daniel Denvir.
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Belarusian Journalist Svetlana Alexievich Wins Literature Nobel

The investigative journalist is known for her in-depth exposes of the former Soviet Union, letting eyewitness accounts shed an unsettling light on tragedies.

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'People Magazine' Issues Call To Action Over Gun Violence

This week's issue urges readers to speak out to Congress about gun violence. Renee Montagne talks to Editorial Director Jess Cagle about the magazine's foray into politics.
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In The 'Golden Age Of Television,' Advertising Intersects With Programming

NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with New Yorker television critic Emily Nussbaum about her essay on the new model of advertising in the so-called "golden age of television."

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