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3:50 PM ET, May 23, 2018


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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.
Reporters from CNN, Politico, and other news outlets have been banned from covering the EPA summit for a second day  —  Journalists blocked from EPA event  —  The Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday barred journalists for the second consecutive day from attending a national summit focused …
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders says the White House is investigating the EPA's ban of reporters from certain news outlets on Tuesday  —  The Environmental Protection Agency temporarily barred journalists and the public from a national summit Tuesday addressing toxic chemicals contamination …
Ben Schreckinger / Politico:
Sources: GOP fundraiser Elliott Broidy subpoenaed the AP for info about the source of hacked emails that formed the basis of recent reports about him  —  The impasse comes at a time when political battles are increasingly being waged via leaks of hacked data.
Kurt Wagner / Recode:
Snap launches a seed accelerator, called Yellow, that will invest $150K in 10 different media startups and creators starting this fall  —  Snap's executives, including CEO Evan Spiegel, will help the program's founders.  —  Snap wants to find the next big media business …
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  —  The New York Times has lofty subscription goals, aiming to get to 10 million globally, but with some of its newsletters, it's going small.
Rick Maese / Washington Post:
Profile of PFT Commenter, the anonymous satirical sports podcaster behind Pardon My Take who began as a parody Twitter account  —  NEW YORK — Wearing dark sunglasses with an acoustic guitar slung over his shoulder, the most unlikely sports media personality on the planet stepped through …
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  —  The site, whose influence has faded since last year, is losing its London editor Raheem Kassam.  —  Breitbart London editor Raheem Kassam …
Elizabeth Williamson / New York Times:
Families of another six Sandy Hook victims sue Alex Jones and InfoWars, bringing the total number of lawsuits again Jones and InfoWars to three  —  After the body of Jesse Lewis, age six, was recovered from his classroom at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Neil Heslin cradled his son for a final time.
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Freddy Mayhew / Press Gazette:
AP's Europe News Director Caro Kriel is joining Sky News as head of international news
Gene Maddaus / Variety:
CBS amended its lawsuit against National Amusements on Wednesday, claiming bylaw changes imposed by Shari Redstone last week are invalid under Delaware law
Lucinda Southern / Digiday:
Since noticing significant declines in its Facebook Live viewing figures this year, BuzzFeed has begun testing Amazon-owned platform Twitch
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A.J. Katz / Adweek:
Nielsen expands its partnership with YouTube TV to include YouTube viewership in local TV audience measurements, likely a boon for local media ad buys
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