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10:15 AM ET, April 18, 2018


 Top News: 
Robert Costa / Washington Post:
Sources: Sean Hannity is so close to Trump some WH aides have dubbed him the “shadow” Chief of Staff, with Trump consulting the host about what he should tweet  —  The phone calls between President Trump and Sean Hannity come early in the morning or late at night, after the Fox News host goes off the air.
Rosie Gray / The Atlantic:
Hannity appears to have used legal services of two other Trump-linked lawyers: Victoria Toensing and Jay Alan Sekulow, who both have appeared often on his show  —  Sean Hannity has had no shortage of lawyers.  In court on Monday, his name was disclosed as the third “mystery client” of Donald Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen.
Michael Calderone / Politico:
Ethicists raise questions about Sean Hannity's failure to disclose relationship with Michael Cohen, say being an “advocacy journalist” does not absolve him
Ahead of GDPR, Facebook debuts enhanced privacy controls for all users globally, starting in EU, with more choices about ads, allowing face recognition, more  —  In recent weeks we've announced several steps to give people more control over their privacy and explain how we use data.
The Daily Beast:
Breitbart News gave Cambridge Analytica exclusive rights to resell its engagement data in 2016, former Cambridge Analytica employee tells UK Parliament  —  A former Cambridge Analytica director has claimed that the company had exclusive access to Breitbart's engagement data.
Richard Waters / Financial Times:
Fallout from data collection scandal has not spread much beyond Facebook to include other platforms because it is hard to pinpoint harm from privacy violations  —  It is nearly four weeks since the Cambridge Analytica scandal erupted, and something surprising has happened.  —  Or rather, not happened.
Neda Ulaby / NPR:
NPR newscaster Carl Kasell dies at 84 from complications of Alzheimer's disease after a lifelong career on air  —  Every weekday for more than three decades, his baritone steadied our mornings.  Even in moments of chaos and crisis, Carl Kasell brought unflappable authority to the news.
Peter Kafka / Recode:
Verizon's Oath poaches Alibaba Managing Director K. Guru Gowrappan to be COO, as Head of Media Brands Simon Khalaf - who oversaw HuffPost, others - leaves  —  Simon Khalaf is out; K. Guru Gowrappan is in.  —  Verizon is moving around top managers at Oath, its Yahoo-AOL tie-up that's supposed …
London Evening Standard:
Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron grants first interview since leaving office to CNN's Christiane Amanpour, sparking grumbles from UK broadcasters  —  It's his first broadcast interview since leaving office in July 2016, so who has David Cameron chosen for the big moment?  The BBC?  ITV?
Discussion: @markdistef
Bob Papper / Radio Television Digital News Association:
Survey: in 2017 TV news employment surpassed total newspaper staff with 27K TV staff and 25K newspaper staff; ~20% of newly created positions focus on digital  —  Highlights  — The latest RTDNA/Hofstra University Survey has found that total local TV news employment has surpassed total …
Discussion: The Rural Blog
Trevor Timm / Columbia Journalism Review:
Ex-FBI agent Terry Albury, who pleaded guilty to charges under the Espionage Act after leaking a document on how the FBI can target media, faces jail time  —  For the past three weeks, two former FBI officials—Andrew McCabe and James Comey—have received wall-to-wall media coverage …
Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
UK regulator Ofcom says it has monitored RT since Salisbury attack and is conducting seven investigations into its coverage, may revoke broadcasting license  —  Ofcom is examining instances where Kremlin-backed news channel potentially breached UK broadcast laws on impartiality
Benjamin Mullin / Wall Street Journal:
Nate Silver and his politics and news site FiveThirtyEight will move to Disney-owned ABC News after five years with Disney's ESPN  —  Politics and news site Silver founded has been at ESPN for five years  —  Statistics guru Nate Silver is leaving ESPN, but he's staying under the Walt Disney Co. umbrella.
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