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7:05 PM ET, May 23, 2017

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Fox News retracts story about the murder investigation of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich  —  On May 16, a story was posted on the Fox News website on the investigation into the 2016 murder of DNC Staffer Seth Rich.  The article was not initially subjected to the high degree …
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Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
The Seth Rich lie, and how the corrosion of reality should worry every American  —  For lies to successfully masquerade as news, they need help.  They need accessories to the crime against truth.  —  In two ways that have the power to shock, even in this almost shockproof era, lies are getting plenty of help.
Oliver Darcy / CNNMoney:
In letter, Seth Rich's brother pleads with the executive producer of Sean Hannity's Fox News show to stop spreading theories about his murder  —  July 2016: DNC staffer Seth Rich fatally shot  —  The brother of slain Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich wrote a letter on Tuesday …
Andrew Wallenstein / Variety:
James Corden and Conan O'Brien are getting their own shows on Snapchat; NBC News expected to launch a daily newscast in September  —  When Elisabeth Murdoch said goodbye to the family business in the wake of the News Corp. phone-hacking scandal in 2014, there was considerable anticipation regarding her next career move.
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Maxwell Tani / Business Insider:
Infowars was reportedly granted temporary White House press credentials, which are easier to receive than a permanent pass
Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
Scribd adds select articles from The Guardian, the NYT, and WSJ, as well as archival content from the FT; the service now has 500K+ subs paying $8.99 a month  —  The content subscription site is adding content from newspapers like The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Amazon expands Amazon Channels to UK, Germany, taking aim at pay-TV users  —  The race to control the TV is on, and today comes some news out of Europe underscoring Amazon's ambitions in that department.  The e-commerce giant announced the launch of Amazon Channels in the UK and Germany …
Jordan Michael Smith / The Guardian:
Jezebel, now 10 years old, inspired other sites and influenced established women's magazines with humor, provocation, four-letter words, and controversy  —  Fresh, funny and feminist, Jezebel blazed a trail when it launched in 2007.  It forced others to follow - but does it still have a place on the internet it helped to create?
Discussion: @evepeyser, @freeblackgirl and @nbj914
Julia Fioretti / Reuters:
EU states approve plan making social media firms tackle hate speech and debuting 30% quota of European media on video streaming platforms, pending parliament OK  —  European Union ministers approved plans on Tuesday to make social media companies such as Facebook, Twitter …
Corinne Grinapol / Adweek:
David Rothkopf is leaving as editor and CEO of Foreign Policy Group, a post he held since 2012  —  He had been editor and CEO since 2012  —  David Rothkopf is out as editor and CEO of Foreign Policy Group, a position he had held since 2012.  The news was first broken by Politico's Hadas Gold …
John Eggerton / Multichannel News:
FCC releases proposal for rollback of Title II net neutrality rules, with initial comments due July 17 and reply comments due August 16  —  Will give commenters until Aug. 16 to weigh in  —  The vetting and explicating on the FCC's network-neturality notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) can now begin in earnest.
Discussion: TechCrunch and Slate
 
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