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10:25 PM ET, February 29, 2016


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Hadas Gold / Politico:
Chris Morris, contract photographer for Time, roughed up by Secret Service agent at Trump rally at Radford University in Virginia  —  Time photographer roughed up by security at Trump event  —  Longtime Time contract photographer Chris Morris was roughed up by a security agent at a Donald Trump rally in Virginia on Monday.
Will Bunch /
Forget ‘Spotlight’: There's a war against journalism  —  Excuse me for a) not watching the big Academy Awards whoopdedoo on Sunday night, where “Spotlight” — a movie about remarkable work by investigative journalists at an East Coast metro newspaper not unlike my own …
Kara Swisher / Re/code:
Re/code hires Quartz tech editor Dan Frommer as editor in chief, replacing Ken Li, who's leaving the company  —  Meet the New Boss: Dan Frommer Is Re/code's Editor in Chief  —  As Re/code has grown and morphed, we have always been on the lookout for great talent to take the site to a new level.
Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
At Re/code, Frommer will oversee move to Vox's Chorus platform; Swisher will focus on events, video, podcasts, and writing
Discussion: Talking Biz News
Stephen Battaglio / Los Angeles Times:
34.3 million viewers for the Oscars are the smallest audience since 2008  —  Chris Rock speaks onstage during the Academy Awards ceremony at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on Sunday.  —  Chris Rock's provocative turn as host of the 88th Academy Awards was lauded for the bold way he took on the lack of diversity in the film industry.
Bryan Bishop / The Verge:
The Best Picture Oscar goes to Spotlight, chronicling the Boston Globe's work to expose sex abuse in the Catholic church
Jacob Kastrenakes / The Verge:
Snapchat brings Live Stories to the web for the first time  —  Some of last night's most entertaining Oscars coverage was on Snapchat, but this year you didn't have to be inside Snapchat's app to see it: you could watch it all on the web.  Snapchat quietly updated its website last night with a way to view the Oscars' Live Story online.
Steven Greenhouse / Guardian:
Gawker staffers will vote this week on WGA union contract protecting editorial independence, setting minimum salaries and annual 3% raises, more  —  Gawker employees bargain first union contract at a digital media company  —  Writers Guild of America announce editorial workers at Gawker …
Mathew Ingram / Fortune:
Chartbeat CEO Tony Haile resigns, will remain senior adviser; board approves COO John Saroff as new CEO on Haile's recommendation  —  Chartbeat CEO Resigns, Says He's Looking For a New Challenge  —  Chartbeat CEO Tony Haile, who joined the online-analytics company not long after it was born inside …
Hollywood Reporter:
Judge Rules Against Dismissing Sumner Redstone Health Lawsuit  —  A trial between Redstone's lawyers and ex-companion Manuela Herzer is scheduled for May.  —  A fight over Sumner Redstone's health condition is moving forward.  —  On Monday, Los Angeles Superior Court judge David Cowan denied …
Hadas Gold / Politico:
New York Times' Josh Barro rejoining Business Insider as senior editor, columnist  —  Josh Barro to return to Business Insider  —  Josh Barro is returning to Business Insider as senior editor, the site will announce on Monday.  —  Barro will take charge of the site's commentary team …
Tribune Media posts Q4 earnings; revenue down 3.4% to $464M, $46.5M decrease in net political advertising revenues, 2.6% gain in core ad revenue  —  Tribune Posts 4Q Earnings, Considers Sale  —  Revenue decreases 3.4% to $464 million, pegged to a $46.5 million decrease in net political advertising revenues …
Alex T. Williams / American Press Institute:
78% of US newspapers with 50K+ circulation use digital subscription models; drops to 64% for newspapers with circulations of 250K+  —  Paying for Digital News: The rapid adoption and current landscape of digital subscriptions at U.S. newspapers  —  Newspaper publishers in the United States …
Kurt Wagner / Re/code:
Snapchat hires Sriram Krishnan, who ran Facebook's Audience mobile ad network  —  Snapchat Hires Exec Who Ran Facebook's Ad Network  —  Sriram Krishnan, the Facebook exec who's been running the company's ad network, is headed to Snapchat.  —  Krishnan joined Facebook in 2013 and helped launch …
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Dan Bilefsky / New York Times:
In Europe, media organizations that once treated Trump as a curiosity now respond with horror, satire, and sometimes admiration
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Garett Sloane / Digiday:
Sources: Snapchat wants to sell its own ad inventory on Discover channels where publishers like BuzzFeed and Vox had exclusive ad rights
Trinity Mirror launches The New Day, Britain's first new national newspaper in 30 years
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