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7:10 PM ET, March 11, 2016

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Hadas Gold / Politico:
Breitbart reporter files police report against Trump campaign manager  —  Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields intensified her battle with Donald Trump's campaign on Friday, filing a police report against top aide Corey Lewandowski for allegedly strong-arming her earlier in the week.
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Hadas Gold / Politico:
Breitbart spokesman Kurt Bardella parts ways with site amid controversy involving Trump campaign manager  —  Breitbart spokesperson parts ways with website  —  Kurt Bardella, who had been serving as Breitbart's spokesperson, has parted ways with the company, he said in an interview.
Alex Griswold / Mediaite:
Video Appears to Show Trump Campaign Manager Reaching for Breitbart Reporter's Arm  —  A new video has emerged that appears to show Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski reaching out and trying to grab Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields' arm seconds before she claims he pulled her to the ground.
Tom Kludt / CNNMoney:
Hulk Hogan's lawyer says Gawker makes millions off peoples' misery  —  Attorneys for Hulk Hogan rested their case Friday after telling a Florida jury that Gawker Media has made millions of dollars off the human suffering it has caused.  —  Hogan's lawyers began the morning in a St. Petersburg courtroom …
Wall Street Journal:
Publishers Petition White House to End Cuba Book Embargo  —  As U.S. moves to normalize ties with Cuba, book industry seeks an end to the embargo on books and educational materials  —  Three major U.S. book publishers, several trade groups and others in the publishing industry have signed …
Sarah E. Needleman / Wall Street Journal:
USA Today Network to launch VRtually There, a virtual reality news program covering politics, sports, tech, and finance, in the spring  —  Gannett Plans First Regularly Scheduled News Show in Virtual Reality  —  ‘VRtually There’ from USA Today Network to cover politics, sports, technology and finance
Nilay Patel / The Verge:
Q&A with FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler on stricter Title II regulations, Go90 and BingeOn, cable boxes, privacy, and being called a dingo by John Oliver  —  The Dragonslayer  —  Two years ago, John Oliver called Tom Wheeler a dingo.  —  The host of Last Week Tonight had set his sights …
Discussion: AdExchanger
Anthony Ha / TechCrunch:
The New York Times acquires influencer marketing agency HelloSociety  —  The New York Times is expanding its native ad studio with the acquisition of HelloSociety, a digital marketing agency owned by Science, Inc.  —  Los Angeles-based Science both invest in startups and builds its own companies.
Discussion: Re/code, Ad Age and @mikeisaac
Jack Murtha / Columbia Journalism Review:
The New Yorker highlights its inner workings in its video efforts, along with its high standards, deep reporting, and intelligent analysis  —  Using video, The New Yorker abandons its mystique in hopes of attracting a larger audience  —  Executive producers Alex Gibney, left …
Daniel A. Gross / New Yorker:
For his blog Neglected Books, Brad Bigelow scours old books and magazines for obscure, out-of-print books worthy of new attention  —  The Custodian of Forgotten Books  —  A little over a decade ago, a forgotten book was suddenly remembered.  Its second life began when a fiction writer referenced it in a book of her own.
Todd Spangler / Variety:
MovieSwap and VidAngel claim their business model of offering online access to content ripped from DVDs is legal  —  Movie-Streaming Sites Claim Legal Cover With DVD-Ownership Models  —  Startups MovieSwap, VidAngel offering members online access to video content ripped from discs
Discussion: /Film, BGR, Digital Trends and TorrentFreak
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Former Ofcom employee offered potentially sensitive information on TV companies to a major UK broadcaster  —  Ofcom tackles mass data breach of TV company information  —  Ex-employee offered a hoard of potentially sensitive information about rival TV companies to his new employer, who is a major broadcaster
 
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Maira Sutton / Electronic Frontier Foundation:
TPP slants Internet regulations toward business interests, does little to counter issues like government censorship and free expression
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Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Musician Ryan Leslie raises $1.5M seed for Superphone, which helps celebrities manage fan relationships through SMS and Twilio
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Brian Steinberg / Variety:
Publicis Groupe consolidates its media agencies into four global brands: Starcom, Zenith, Mediavest Spark, and Optimedia Blue 449
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
UK viewers doubled amount of time spent streaming TV in 2015
Discussion: Guardian
Jean-Paul Marthoz / Committee to Protect Journalists:
In Europe, journalists are increasingly barred from refugee camps and anti-migration rallies
Discussion: @yermibrenner