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4:00 AM ET, February 26, 2016

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Rudi Keller / Columbia Daily Tribune:
University of Missouri board votes to fire professor Melissa Click, who called for “muscle” against student reporter  —  University of Missouri curators vote to fire Melissa Click  —  Melissa Click, an assistant professor of mass media at the University of Missouri …
Prof. Jeff Jarvis / Al Jazeera America:
The New Republic, Pando, Al Jazeera America, Fusion, Mic, and The Dodo get skewered by @profjeffjarvis in satiric piece  —  Six hot media startups to watch in 2016  —  When it comes to innovation in journalism, these companies are the true incubators  —  As a leading hyperglocal thinkfluencer …
Jim Acosta / CNN:
At a recent meeting, Apple, Twitter, Snapchat, Facebook, and MTV executives offered advice to Obama administration on how to combat ISIS online  —  First on CNN: Government enlists tech giants to fight ISIS messaging  —  Apple CEO: Complying with FBI a ‘dangerous precedent’
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Pew Research Center:
Study: 78% of Reddit users get news there, 45% use it to learn about the 2016 election, majority of candidate-centered comments appear in political subreddits  —  Nearly Eight-in-Ten Reddit Users Get News on the Site  —  Interest in Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders …
Guardian:
DJ Tony Blackburn fired from BBC after evidence he gave to Savile inquiry “fell short” of standards required  —  Tony Blackburn and BBC embroiled in row after Savile review published  —  Veteran DJ says the corporation has made him a scapegoat after he was sacked over his evidence …
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BBC:
Full report by Dame Janet Smith of her inquiry into the BBC's culture and practices during the Jimmy Savile and Stuart Hall years
BBC:
Savile sex abuse report criticizes macho culture, atmosphere of fear, and accuses BBC of serious failings, but absolves senior management
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
Jay Yarow, former Business Insider executive editor, named SVP and executive editor for CNBC Digital, reporting to network President Mark Hoffman  —  CNBC Digital hires Yarow as executive editor  —  CNBC chairman Mark Hoffman sent out the following announcement on Thursday:
Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
A Q&A with Google's head of news Richard Gingras on its vision for the Accelerated Mobile Pages project  —  “There's a lot more we can do in evolving the format.  AMP is not just about news and not just about articles.”  —  The Accelerated Mobile Pages project has officially arrived.
Roger Yu / USA Today:
Q&A with The Hill owner Jimmy Finkelstein on plans to increase editorial staff by 25%, video initiatives, and the future of print  —  ‘The Hill’ to expand as digital traffic grows  —  Heightened interest for all things political this season — thanks in no small measure …
Jenna Portnoy / Washington Post:
Va. lawmakers table a bill that would exempt police names from disclosure  —  RICHMOND — Lawmakers in Virginia on Thursday evening effectively killed a bill that would have made it possible for law enforcement agencies to keep officers' names secret, postponing a debate that was attracting national attention to the state.
 
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