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12:50 AM ET, September 29, 2017

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Twitter:
Twitter finds Russia Today purchased $274K in ads and promoted 1,823 tweets in US in 2016, and pledges to work with FEC and Congress on political ad disclosure  —  Earlier this summer we outlined some of our work to combat bots and networks of manipulation on Twitter.
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Tony Romm / Recode:
Twitter told Congressional investigators it found ~200 Russia-linked accounts with 22 directly matching the 470 accounts Facebook identified  —  The company met with House and Senate investigators who are probing Russian interference in the 2016 election.  —  Twitter has found roughly 200 …
CNNMoney:
Sources: Russian Internet Research Agency linked to one fake Twitter account and one fake Facebook account using “blacktivist” name; FB account had 360K likes  —  Russia bought Black Lives Matter ad on Facebook  —  A social media campaign calling itself “Blacktivist” …
New York Times:
Twitter comes under Congressional scrutiny as Russia-linked accounts found to tweet about NFL protests, spread misinformation, and share anti-Clinton stories
Joe Rossignol / MacRumors:
Apple says iPhone 7 and 8 don't have FM radio chips, after FCC chairman Ajit Pai urges Apple to activate iPhone FM radio chips to help after natural disasters  —  Amidst renewed pressure from the National Association of Broadcasters, FCC chairman Ajit Pai has now issued a statement urging Apple …
Kurt Wagner / Recode:
Amazon streams its first NFL game Thursday night, Bears vs. Packers, available for free to Prime members  —  Pro football's next streaming experiment starts tonight.  —  When Amazon won the digital rights to stream 10 NFL games this fall — beating rival bidders like Twitter and Facebook …
Lukas I. Alpert / Wall Street Journal:
News Corp's Wall Street Journal is ending print editions in Europe and Asia, with final print edition in Europe on Friday, and in Asia a week later  —  Reduction of paper's print presence comes amid broad reorganization of the Journal's editorial structure  —  The Wall Street Journal …
Discussion: The Guardian and Bloomberg
Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
NowThis launches its Newsroom project, a Twitter-based breaking news reporting service run by Reported.ly's P. Kim Bui and Andy Carvin  —  “To us, it's a workspace — a place where a group of NowThis journalists can help the public better understand how emerging news stories develop while giving …
Mic:
The Onion's Editor-in-Chief Cole Bolton and executive editor Ben Berkley resign; source says moves are due to tensions over site's direction under Univision  —  Two top editors at the Onion, a satirical news site, have resigned and will leave the company next month, the company confirmed to Mic.
Discussion: @tomgara
Ken Doctor / TheStreet:
Source: New York Times, FT, and WSJ are not participating in Facebook's news subscriptions initiative; Washington Post, Economist, Tronc, Hearst are signed up  —  As Facebook Inc. (FB) faces challenges on multiple fronts — legal, regulatory, political and competitive …
Discussion: Nieman Lab
Katie Roof / TechCrunch:
Roku shares close at $23.50, up 67.86% from IPO price of $14, valuing the firm at ~$2.2B  —  Content streaming company Roku saw its shares surge 67.86% on its first day of trading.  —  After pricing its IPO at $14 and then opening the day at $15.78, Roku shares closed at $23.50.
 
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