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10:45 AM ET, June 22, 2017

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Alan Feuer / New York Times:
Murray Energy is seeking an order from the New York Supreme Court to force Reorg Research to disclose its sources, testing the limits of the state's shield law  —  In 1970, when Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller signed legislation protecting New York journalists from being forced to reveal their anonymous sources …
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Betsy Woodruff / The Daily Beast:
Republican coal baron Robert Murray is suing John Oliver, HBO, Time Warner, and the writers for Oliver's show over the most recent episode of Last Week Tonight  —  A Republican coal baron is suing John Oliver, HBO, Time Warner, and the writers for Oliver's show over the most recent episode of Last Week Tonight.
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Chris Ariens / TVNewser:
Sources: conservative pundit Hugh Hewitt will host a live half-hour show on MSNBC, airing Saturdays at 8am and beginning this week  —  MSNBC is expanding weekend news with live programming until 9 p.m. ET Saturday and Sunday nights, TVNewser has learned.  —  As part of the expansion …
AP News:
The Wall Street Journal fires foreign affairs correspondent Jay Solomon after evidence emerges about his involvement in a prospective business deal with source  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — The Wall Street Journal has fired its highly regarded chief foreign affairs correspondent after evidence emerged …
Caysey Welton / Folio:
Rodale hires advisers Allen & Company to explore the company's strategic options, including a possible sale  —  Rodale might be for sale.  Or it might not be.  That was the announcement the company sent out today.  —  In a release received by Folio: this afternoon, the company states …
Kaitlyn Tiffany / The Verge:
Tumblr, known for its activism on internet issues like net neutrality and the SOPA/PIPA fight, may change to be less outspoken, now that it's owned by Verizon  —  One of the open internet's fiercest defenders has a new boss  —  In 2014, Tumblr was on the front lines of the battle for net neutrality.
Shareen Pathak / Digiday:
Profile of 14-year-old media consultancy MediaLink, an industry connector and its move into recruitment as the company's revenue reaches $54M/year  —  A longtime ad sales chief, who has made several pilgrimages to Cannes Lions, is reliant on MediaLink to set much of his itinerary for a week of meetings and parties along La Croisette.
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Wedding ad network BrideClick acquires assets of bankrupt Mode Media, will merge Mode's assets into new company Glam Inc  —  The assets of Mode Media, a once high-flying women's lifestyle digital media company that crashed into bankruptcy oblivion last year, have been acquired by BrideClick …
Sydney Ember / New York Times:
Wenner Media to sell Men's Journal to American Media Inc., publisher of The National Enquirer and buyer of Us Weekly in March  —  First, Wenner Media sold nearly half of its ownership of Rolling Stone.  Then it sold its celebrity magazine Us Weekly.  And now, on the eve of Rolling Stone's …
 
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John Eggerton / Broadcasting & Cable:
11 Democratic senators call on Justice Department to scrutinize AT&T/Time Warner merger for potential harm to consumers
Discussion: Fortune, MediaPost and Variety
Brendan Pierson / Reuters:
Former chief digital officer of Epix cable TV network, Emil Rensing, pleads guilty to wire fraud in a case that defrauded Epix of $7M+
Discussion: The Verge and Engadget
Nick Vivarelli / Variety:
France Televisions and Italy's RAI have signed a co-production pact to counter the rise of US streaming giants like Netflix and Amazon
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Austen Hufford / Wall Street Journal:
Many media startups are relying on unpaid student writers to fill their site with content, like Spoon University, which once had ~8,000 unpaid student writers
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Periscope debuts Super Hearts, which viewers can buy in-app using virtual coins starting at $0.99, earning creators a monthly pay-out
Ricardo Bilton / Nieman Lab:
A look at how The Economist is using Medium to give readers an inside look at its reporting and production via its Inside The Economist blog
Chris O'Brien / VentureBeat:
Dailymotion relaunches video platform with a focus on premium content and four themes: news, sports, music, and entertainment