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12:05 AM ET, May 3, 2018

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Benjamin Mullin / Wall Street Journal:
Bloomberg's paywall, beginning Wednesday, costs $35/month, or $40/month with Businessweek subscription and events; non-subscribers can see 10 stories/month free  —  The paywall, which allows visitors to read 10 articles a month for free, includes a $39.99 option that comes with a subscription …
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Wall Street Journal:
Cambridge Analytica is shutting down following the Facebook data misuse scandal, says it was losing clients and facing mounting legal fees
Jessica Toonkel / Reuters:
Verizon's Oath signs distribution deal to place four of its apps, Newsroom, Yahoo Sports, Yahoo Finance, and Go90, on Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ devices in the US  —  (Reuters) - Verizon Communications Inc's Oath Inc subsidiary has signed a deal to place four of its most popular apps on millions …
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Sara Fischer / Axios:
Facebook, which relies on Republicans to advocate for minimal regulation, is bringing in advisers to investigate claims it's biased against conservative voices  —  To address allegations of bias, Facebook is bringing in two outside advisors — one to conduct a legal audit of its impact …
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Peter Kafka / Recode:
Zuckerberg says Facebook won't pay annual fees to publishers, an idea floated by Murdoch, and emphasizes interest in helping news outlets sell subscriptions
David Beard / Poynter:
South Florida Sun Sentinel puts a moratorium on gun ads and apologizes for failing to follow its own policy of not placing gun ads on the front page  —  “It's a mess.  It's horrible.”  —  That's Julie Anderson, editor-in-chief of the South Florida Sun Sentinel, reacting …
Sara Fischer / Axios:
Media exec Merrill Brown launches The News Project, a platform for news publishers, built by 10up, that includes AP wire access and uses Piano subscription tech  —  A group of media, journalism and tech companies has joined veteran media executive Merrill Brown to create …
Discussion: MediaPost
Andrew Wallenstein / Variety:
Condé Nast says Wired, GQ, and Bon Appetit will get streaming channels to be carried on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire; Wired channel will launch later this year  —  Wired, GQ and Bon Appetit are slated to become the first magazine brands within Condé Nast to support …
Karen K. Ho / Columbia Journalism Review:
Inside the finances of the WHCA in 2017: dinner cost $553K, made $805K, and $108K went to 25 scholarships, with the rest to operating expenses  —  White House Correspondent Association President Margaret Talev speaks at the WHCA dinner on Saturday, April 28, 2018.  (Photo by Cheriss May/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Alan C. Miller / The News Literacy Project:
News Literacy Project refused to remove mentions of Turkey's press restrictions in presentation for UN Alliance of Civilizations; alliance then postpones event  —  The United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) indefinitely postponed an event at the U.N. tomorrow to observe World Press Freedom …
 
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Guy Rosen / Facebook:
Facebook says it can currently use its advances in artificial intelligence to flag content and remove it before it's even been reported
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Alison Weissbrot / AdExchanger:
BBC to test audio ads for the first time, will partner with Swedish podcast platform Acast to sell ads for podcasts outside of the UK
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Charlotte Tobitt / Press Gazette:
UK-based The New Statesman to launch a website covering North America, edited by Nicky Woolf, as part of a “major online expansion”
Washington Post:
Oath's Senior Director of Product Jeffrey Turner has been named Head of Ad Product at The Washington Post
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Kristen Hare / Poynter:
A look at the 2018 Pulitzer-winning Santa Rosa Press Democrat, which local investors bought from Halifax Media nearly six years ago
Craig Shirley / LifeZette:
Reagan scholar and biographer Craig Shirley pens op-ed opposing Sinclair's merger with Tribune, on site co-founded by conservative personality Laura Ingraham
Jason Schwartz / Politico:
A look at year-old Tennessee Star, a conservative site that covers local and state politics, reposts content from LifeZette and Daily Caller, and hopes to grow
Discussion: New York Magazine