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3:55 PM ET, June 4, 2018

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Joan E. Solsman / CNET:
Apple adds a browse tab and sidebar to Apple News and is integrating a news sidebar into Stocks app  —  Apple is adding a new browse tab and sidebar to its Apple News curation of articles, the company said Monday at its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California.
Michael M. Grynbaum / New York Times:
Sy Hersh's new memoir was born out of a failed book project on Dick Cheney which he had to abandon when his sources grew fearful amid govt crackdown on leakers  —  WASHINGTON — Seymour M. Hersh didn't even want to write a memoir.  —  He had been on contract for a book about Dick Cheney, the former vice president.
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism hires ex-Gizmodo Media Group CEO Raju Narisetti to run its Knight-Bagehot program for business journalists  —  The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism has hired Raju Narisetti to run its Knight-Bagehot program for business journalists.
The Verge:
Apple to bring live sports, news, and access to Charter Spectrum channels to Apple TV; iTunes Movies and Apple TV 4K will offer Dolby Atmos  —  Along with better support for cable companies like Spectrum  —  Apple announced some new features for its Apple TV set-top box during WWDC today.
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Source: Twitter disbands live video unit, folds it into content partnerships team; ex-Head of News Peter Greenberger and exec Todd Swidler are leaving  —  Global video-partnerships head Todd Swidler, head of news Peter Greenberger are leaving the company  —  Twitter has disbanded …
Hadas Gold / CNNMoney:
The White House has announced its intent to nominate Bannon ally Michael Pack to lead the Broadcasting Board of Governors  —  Pro-Trump media's mission to take down Mueller  —  President Donald Trump will nominate a conservative documentarian and Stephen Bannon ally to lead a large government agency …
Columbia Journalism Review:
Study of editors at 135 of the largest English-language newspapers in the US finds 73% are male, 90% white, 60% have a journalism degree, and 7% went to an Ivy  —  The editors of 135 of the country's biggest English-language newspapers are a well-educated bunch: Almost a third have an advanced degree …
Alexis C. Madrigal / The Atlantic:
TV viewing in America peaked to ~9 hours per day in 2010, and remains at about 8 hours per day today despite Netflix, Amazon Prime, Facebook Video, and YouTube  —  With Netflix and Amazon Prime, Facebook Video and YouTube, it's tempting to imagine that the tech industry destroyed TV.
Discussion: @alexismadrigal
Jacques Klopp / Agence France-Presse:
Draft French law would allow authorities to immediately halt the publication of information deemed false ahead of elections; critics raise censorship issues  —  Emmanuel Macron was targeted during his 2017 campaign by online rumours that he was gay and had a secret bank account in the Bahamas
 
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Ellis Clopton / Variety:
Nancy Grace partners with iHeartMedia for “Crime Alert with Nancy Grace”, a daily 60-second audio round-up of the latest crime stories, launching July 23
The New York Times Company:
The NYT's podcast “The Daily” launches five-part series, “Charm City”, following reporter Sabrina Tavernise as she investigates the death of a Baltimore teen
Discussion: MediaPost and New York Times
Adrianne Jeffries / New York Magazine:
How Right Media, a New York-based adtech company, built the first internet ad exchange in 2005 and gave birth to programmatic advertising
 Earlier Picks: 
The Guardian:
How media avoided amplifying extremists' voices in the past, and why todays newsrooms should reconsider “strategic silence” to avoid radicalizing readers
Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
Profile of Verificado 2018, a fact checking service for Mexico's elections, where WhatsApp users send in information to verify and receive individual replies
Gabriel Snyder / Columbia Journalism Review:
Q&A with Kurt Andersen, Erica Cerulo, Elizabeth Spiers, and Choire Sicha on journalists as entrepreneurs and how business and editorial skills overlap