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1:45 PM ET, July 8, 2018

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Lorna Fraser / IPSO:
UK study: coverage of youth suicides is disproportionate to the number of incidents and is reported in a more sensational way compared to other age groups  —  In the second in our series of blogs with Samaritans, Lorna Fraser, Executive Lead of their Media Advisory Service …
Elon Green / Columbia Journalism Review:
Interview with CBC's Connie Walker on growing interest in and representation of Indigenous people, how specific cases can tell bigger stories, and more  —  Reporter Connie Walker.  Photo courtesy of CBC.  —  Amid reports that the American government has forcibly separated children …
Discussion: TinyLetter
Washington Post:
Source: Twitter has been suspending 1M+ accounts per day in recent months, more than double its rate from October, in its fight against disinformation  —  SAN FRANCISCO - Twitter has sharply escalated its battle against fake and suspicious accounts, suspending more than one million accounts …
David Beard / Poynter:
Jillian Jorgensen, City Hall bureau chief of New York Daily News, explains how her reporting prompted a ruling that Trump pay $48K more in taxes for 2018-2019  —  Jillian Jorgensen made a difference this week.  —  Questions by Jorgensen, the City Hall bureau chief of the New York Daily News …
Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Univision is exploring a sale of Fusion Media Group, which includes Gizmodo, Deadspin, Lifehacker, The Root, and a stake in The Onion  —  Unit includes digital properties such as Gizmodo and Deadspin  —  Univision Communications Inc. is exploring a sale of Fusion Media Group …
Gary Regenstreif / Columbia Journalism Review:
A look at the projects supported by Press Start, a crowdfunding platform for investigative journalism in countries with little press freedom  —  Wendy Funes.  —  Wendy Funes was poring over judicial records when she discovered that the remains of human fetuses and newborns had been found in an indigenous area of her native Honduras.
Discussion: @cjr
Claire Atkinson / NBC News:
As Amazon's ad business surges, some advertisers worry they are giving it the data and market power it needs to eventually run them out of business  —  Amazon has already become something of a corporate boogeyman — and now it could be bringing its industry disruption to advertising.
Seb Joseph / Digiday:
Formula One is in talks to launch its F1 channel on Amazon Prime in countries where broadcasters don't have exclusive rights  —  Formula One is in talks to launch the F1 TV channel on Amazon Prime, which could potentially open it up to more than 100 million subscribers over time.
Kaitlin Benz / CNET:
Netflix to end users' ability to post new reviews July 30 and remove existing written reviews mid-August, will keep thumbs up and down system  —  Soon, it'll be a little harder for you to tell everyone what you thought of Marvel's The Avengers.  —  Netflix is removing a desktop-only feature …
Nicholas Thompson / Wired:
Q&A with Chris Cox, Facebook's product chief across all its platforms, on free speech, working with fact checkers, Instagram's toxic comments filter, regulation  —  CHRIS COX HAS long been the Chief Product Officer for Facebook.  He has also recently been promoted to run product at WhatsApp …
New York Times:
Japanese journalist Jumpei Yasuda, missing in Syria since 2015, appears in a new video obtained by Japanese TV channels; in video, he noted it was October 2017  —  HONG KONG — A Japanese journalist who went missing in Syria three years ago and who is believed to be a hostage of terrorists appeared …
Discussion: TokyoReporter
 
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James Masters / CNN:
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