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10:55 AM ET, May 24, 2018


 Top News: 
Nathan Bomey / USA Today:
Elon Musk unleashes barrage of criticism aimed at “big media companies” in at least 19 tweets and says he plans to launch a site to assess journalists  —  Elon Musk, the billionaire CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, ripped the news media for what he described as irresponsible reporting …
Abigail Abrams / Fortune:
Netflix market value reaches $149B, surpassing Comcast's $147B, and approaching Disney's $153B; the company's stock has gone up 70% since January  —  Netflix passed Comcast in market value on Wednesday, signaling another win for the streaming service as it continues to compete with traditional television.
Gavri Smith / The Keyword:
Google Trends gets revamped Trending searches and Explore pages, new infographic types like an intensity map, showcased data stories curated by News Lab, more  —  {[ ?  ‘Hide Related Articles’ : 'Show Related Articles']}  —  Google Trends has become a key part …
Lydia Wheeler / The Hill:
District court judge rules President Trump can't block people from viewing his Twitter feed, calling it a designated public forum protected by First Amendment  —  A federal district court judge on Wednesday ruled that President Trump  —  can't block people from viewing his Twitter feed over their political views.
Lucia Moses / Digiday:
Some publishers sit out meetings with Google about GDPR, citing its public silence on how it will use the data it expects publishers to give it access to  —  Google is set to have meetings today with media trade associations and various publishing company representatives to address their concerns …
Mark Leibovich / New York Times:
Interviews with White House communications staffers Hogan Gidley and Sarah Sanders, who have linked their integrity to a president not known for accuracy  —  Flacks in this White House press office are getting enormous exposure — but potentially at a long-term cost to their credibility.
Tyler Lauletta / Business Insider:
ESPN and UFC agree to a five-year deal worth $1.5B, moving UFC from Fox Sports to ESPN and ESPN+, starting in 2019  —  - The move will likely introduce a new audience to the world of mixed martial arts and will give ESPN plenty of opportunities to promote its new product.
Egypt detains prominent blogger and activist Wael Abbas, and sources say he faces accusations of “disseminating false news and joining an outlawed group”  —  A prominent Egyptian activist and blogger known for documenting alleged abuses by the security forces has been detained, his lawyer says.
Gerry Smith / Bloomberg:
Buzzfeed to develop a Hulu documentary about R. Kelly abuse allegations; Peretti is also considering subscription products in subjects like education and gaming  —  - Production for Hulu marks company's latest programming deal  — CEO Peretti says BuzzFeed seeing ‘double-digit’ sales growth
Nicholas Thompson / Wired:
Facebook outlines new steps to combat false news: request for academic proposals to study it on Facebook, release of a 12-minute film, and news literacy program  —  NEWS FEED, THE algorithm that powers the core of Facebook, resembles a giant irrigation system for the world's information.
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Devin Coldewey / TechCrunch:
The FCC's Ajit Pai has repeatedly evaded answers and refused to respond to questions from members of Congress, 13 Democrats say in new letter seeking responses
Kurt Wagner / Recode:
Snap launches a seed accelerator, called Yellow, that will invest $150K in 10 different media startups and creators starting this fall
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Reporters from CNN, Politico, and other news outlets have been banned from covering the EPA summit for a second day
Rosie Gray / The Atlantic:
Breitbart London's Editor-in-Chief Raheem Kassam, a close ally of Steve Bannon, is leaving the site and will be replaced by his deputy, Oliver Lane
Lucia Moses / Digiday:
With its short-run newsletters on topics like the World Cup, The New York Times can showcase its expertise and convert readers into subscribers