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9:30 AM ET, July 6, 2018

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Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
A look at the Charles Koch Foundation's move into journalism-related projects over the past two years, including donations of $80K to ASNE and $500K to Newseum  —  When The Washington Post hosted a public discussion about the future of the First Amendment last month, one of the sponsors …
Kevin Breuninger / CNBC:
Renee DiResta / Wired:
A look at how “keyword voids”, social recommendations, and paid promotions can lead to tragic misinformation in top search results for health-related queries  —  IN THE FIRST few hours of a newborn's life, doctors administer a vitamin K shot.  This is because infants …
Natasha Lomas / TechCrunch:
European Parliament votes against controversial Article 11 and Article 13 copyright reform proposals, meaning they will now be open for debate and amendments  —  A 318-278 majority of MEPs in the European Parliament has just voted to reopen debate around a controversial digital copyright reform proposal …
Taylor Hatmaker / TechCrunch:
MoviePass rolls out peak pricing, similar to surge pricing, charging customers more to see popular movies during high demand times  —  MoviePass subscribers were just greeted with a special Fourth of July surprise from the company, but it's not good news.  Surprise!
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
Interview with Quartz executive editor Zach Seward on why it's successful, its happy relationship with Atlantic Media, and existence under Uzabase  —  Quartz had reason to break out the party hats Monday as the six-year-old venture was sold upstream by Atlantic Media to a similar Japanese business site …
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Following CTO's departure in June, TiVo loses its CEO Enrique Rodriguez to Liberty Global after just eight months amid broader uncertainty about its future  —  After less than a year in the role, the CEO of Tivo is leaving the troubled company and jumping to Liberty Global, where he will become its CTO.
CNBC:
Elon Musk continues feud with media, hurling accusations on Twitter at Reuters, CNBC, and Linette Lopez of Business Insider; BI stands by its reporting  —  - The Tesla CEO accused reporters at Reuters and Business Insider of publishing false or misleading stories.  —  Elon Musk had some choice words for reporters Thursday.
Thom Shanker / New York Times:
A Times' reporter's coverage of the Battle of Gettysburg, at which his son died, sheds light on journalistic ethics in combat and how they've evolved  —  Times Insider delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how news, features and opinion come together at The New York Times.
Discussion: @adamgoldmannyt
Daniel Funke / Poynter:
A look at the challenges of fact-checking on China's WeChat, which has ~1B MAUs, and the handful of “guerrilla” projects trying to debunk fake news  —  Grace Xu doesn't make any money fact-checking.  She's not a journalist and she has a day job as a computer scientist in the San Francisco Bay Area.
 
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James Whitbrook / Gizmodo:
BBC takes court action in California against messaging service Tapatalk to find out who in its production chain is responsible for a leaked Doctor Who clip
Sahil Patel / Digiday:
Wired launched an OTT ad-supported streaming channel on July 1 featuring its content from YouTube and Wired.com, with original programming coming soon
Discussion: Talking Biz News
Sapna Maheshwari / New York Times:
A look at how Samba TV collects viewing data from 13.5M smart TVs in the US to make personalized show recommendations and enable ad targeting
Daniel Lewis / New York Times:
Claude Lanzmann, French journalist and documentarian, most notably of “Shoah”, is dead at 92
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Nicholas Quah / Nieman Lab:
Subscription on-demand audio companies should consider mindfulness apps' model: find an audience need, like comedy, and grow based off engagement with it
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Survey of 2,500 US adults: 27% said Netflix was what they watch most often on their TVs, followed by 20% for basic cable, 18% for broadcast, and 11% for YouTube
Lewis Wallace / Columbia Journalism Review:
Community organizing tactics help journalists know what's important to their intended audience, but striving for objectivity may prevent representative coverage