CBS News :: As city officials work to soften the New York Police Department’s image and change how officers engage with citizens through reforms and training, part of the effort is happening online.
Columbia Journalism Review :: Diana Lind discusses what she’s learned at Next City and what she hopes to bring to Philly.com.
Wall Street Journal :: Sony Pictures canceled its planned release of “The Interview” after hackers threatened violence against theaters that played the film.
Hurriyet Daily News :: Turkish journalist and anchorwoman Sedef KabaÅ has been released on probation after being detained following her tweet in which she called on citizens not to forget the name of the judge who dropped the Dec. 17, 2013 corruption probe that involved high-profile, former Cabinet members.
Marketing Land :: Visa follows MasterCard? So it seemed. Twitter’s expansion of ads into “Following” lists can make people seem to follow accounts, even if they don’t.
Financial Times :: The Washington Post is looking to become a software provider to other news organisations to develop new revenue streams and raise its profile as a technology company.
Politico :: Managing editor Linda Kinstler, deputy editor Amanda Silverman, assistant literary editor Becca Rothfeld and reporter Yishai Schwartz all submitted their resignations to the TNR leadership.