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8:35 AM ET, September 13, 2016

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Chris Welch / The Verge:
Source: Twitter won't count media attachments such as polls, gifs, photos, quoted tweets, and videos toward the 140 character tweet limit beginning September 19  —  The company is changing the way it counts 140 characters  —  Twitter is about to make a big change to the way that tweets work, The Verge can report.
J.K. Trotter / Gizmodo:
Transcript of interview with Isaac Lee, Univision's chief news officer, on the decision to delete posts from Gawker Media's archive  —  Last month, the media conglomerate Univision agreed to acquire Gizmodo and five other sites from Gawker Media for $135 million.
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Gizmodo:
Gawker Media's editorial union condemns in “strongest possible terms” Univision's deletion of posts targeted by lawsuits, saying it sets an “alarming precedent”  —  Univision has said that it bought Gawker Media because it believed in the work that our publications do.
Ricardo Bilton / Nieman Lab:
Q&A with WaPo reporter David Fahrenthold on his doggedly transparent coverage of Donald Trump's charitable donations, which is aided by a pen-and-paper approach  —  Washington Post politics reporter David Fahrenthold is trying to find evidence of Donald Trump's charitable donations, but he's running out of paper.
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Chris Isidore / CNNMoney:
New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet says he'd risk jail to publish Donald Trump's tax returns  —  Dean Baquet, the top editor at the New York Times, said he'd publish a story on Donald Trump's taxes even if it means risking jail time.  —  He made the remark during a Harvard University forum Sunday …
Sydney Ember / @melbournecoal:
NEWS: Time Inc. has named Rich Battista as CEO, replacing Joe Ripp.  —  NEWS: Time Inc. has named Rich Battista as CEO, replacing Joe Ripp.
Harry McCracken / Fast Company:
Behind Twitter's efforts to move away from being known as a social network, rebranding itself as a central destination for news and live events instead  —  Can the company's move to stream major events right inside its app, including Thursday night NFL games, woo the masses?
Ben Sisario / New York Times:
Sources: Amazon and Pandora are set to introduce new versions of their music streaming services in the coming weeks, for as little as $5/month  —  How much are people willing to spend for streaming music?  —  For years, thanks to rigid pricing structures at streaming services, the answer has been stuck at $10 a month or nothing.
Kwame Opam / The Verge:
John Mannes / TechCrunch:
CrunchLetter, an AI-powered VC newsletter generator that assembles 30-word funding round summaries, is unveiled at TechCrunch Disrupt  —  A clever hack by Alexander Crosson and Naveen Kulandaivelu at today's TechCrunch Disrupt SF Hackathon may be giving us tech journalists early warning signs of our forthcoming replacement by AI.
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Patrick Foster / Telegraph:
Sources: draft plan of BBC's Royal Charter, set to be published Thursday, contains plans to reveal salaries of staff paid £150K+, reduced from £450K+ threshold
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