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11:30 PM ET, June 27, 2022

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Benjamin Mullin / New York Times:
MSNBC names Alex Wagner to succeed Rachel Maddow as the host of its weekday 9pm show four days per week, the only Asian American to host prime-time cable news  —  MSNBC President Rashida Jones said that Ms. Wagner's experience covering politics would be crucial as the network prepares to cover the midterm elections.
Ariane de Vogue / CNN:
The US Supreme Court declined to revisit the landmark 1964 First Amendment decision in New York Times v. Sullivan; Clarence Thomas dissented from the refusal  —  (CNN)The Supreme Court declined to revisit the landmark First Amendment decision in New York Times v. Sullivan.
Kevin Rector / Los Angeles Times:
Journalists covering abortion rights protests in Los Angeles on Friday say police pushed, hit, and removed them from areas, ignoring newly expanded protections  —  Independent journalist Tina-Desiree Berg was standing on a sidewalk filming the arrest of an abortion rights protester …
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Richard J. Tofel / Second Rough Draft:
By overturning Roe v. Wade, SCOTUS has abandoned any pretense of being an apolitical actor, which the media needs to accept to increase scrutiny and coverage  —  We need a new approach to an ambitious political actor … News coverage of the Supreme Court has always been difficult …
Newmark J-School:
CUNY's Newmark J-School names Graciela Mochkofsky, who launched its bilingual master's program in 2016, as new dean starting August 1, succeeding Sarah Bartlett  —  Graciela Mochkofsky, who has distinguished herself as a journalist, author, and academic in two languages on two continents …
Javier Garza Ramos / Nieman Reports:
A reporter explains how lone shooter events in the US, or “gringo style” shootings, are covered in Mexico, where gun violence outside of organized crime is rare  —  What American gun violence looks like to reporters who have to deal with a very different kind of threat
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
Fast Company names Brendan Vaughan as its EIC, starting on July 18; Vaughan was previously a deputy editor at Insider and a senior editor at The Atlantic  —  Brendan Vaughan has been hired as editor in chief of Fast Company magazine.  —  Vaughan will start July 18.
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Bill Adair / New Yorker:
A profile of Howard Polskin, a news veteran who founded TheRighting newsletter after the 2016 US election to offer a daily roundup of 50 conservative outlets  —  Howard Polskin spends a morning trawling the Daily Caller and Infowars for TheRighting, his newsletter summarizing …
Matt Donnelly / Variety:
Sources: NBC hasn't made a decision to bring back the Golden Globes broadcast as some publicists representing talent say they aren't satisfied with HFPA changes  —  A bonfire of vanities is blazing around the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, as the mid-year mark approaches and discussions intensify …
Taylor Lorenz / Washington Post:
A profile of trans Twitch streamer Clara Sorrenti, known online as Keffals, who has 3,000+ subscribers paying $4.99 per month for her news and politics streams  —  Known online as Keffals, Clara Sorrenti's streams are one of the few spaces in media where people can hear the news from a trans person
 
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Aarish Chhabra / NDTV:
Delhi Police arrest Mohammed Zubair, co-founder of fact-checking website Alt News, on alleged charges of hurting religious sentiments and promoting enmity
Andrew Kersley / Press Gazette:
Analysis: since 2018, UK consumer trust in The Times has dropped from 63% to 43%, while the BBC fell from 75% to 55%, and The Telegraph declined from 55% to 36%
Jon Allsop / Columbia Journalism Review:
A look at Chris Licht's political ties and early moves as CNN chairman and CEO, as the longtime ratings obsessive tries to position CNN as above partisanship
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Jill Goldsmith / Deadline:
PwC M&A survey for media and telecom: deals for the 12 months ending May 15, 2022, totaled 1,014, up 28% YoY, with a record $469B value, but the pace has slowed
ITV News:
Channel 4 plans to broadcast a documentary made by Alison Millar about Lyra McKee, who was shot dead while observing riots in Northern Ireland in April 2019
Sports Business Journal:
Sources: F1 renews its ESPN US media rights deal through 2025, rejecting Amazon and Comcast, for around $75M-$90M per year, up from the current $5M per year