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2:05 PM ET, July 12, 2018

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Wall Street Journal:
Sources: holding company owned by Bustle and Bleacher Report founder Bryan Goldberg wins Gawker in bankruptcy auction, beating Didit Inc; opening bid was $1.13M  —  Holding company owned by the founder of Bleacher Report and Bustle has been picked as the successful bidder for Gawker
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Ryan Holiday / The New York Observer:
As the Gawker domain and archives go up for auction on Thursday, a look at the ins and outs of the auction and the site's potential future  —  On Thursday, July 12, a locker containing the bones of Gawker.com—killed in action, as it were, for its publication of a fully nude sextape …
Discussion: @lalpert1
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Kyle Pope / Columbia Journalism Review:
Interview with Dan Rather, who found a large Facebook audience and appeared on digital newscasts for The Young Turks and Mark Cuban after leaving CBS in 2006  —  Editor's note: This is the second interview in an occasional series of journalists on journalism.  Read the first, with Seymour Hersh.
Shannon Liao / The Verge:
Next week, YouTube will roll out Copyright Match, which scans uploaded videos and notifies original creators with 100K+ subscribers if a video is a copy  —  YouTube is releasing a tool for creators that checks to see if their videos are being stolen.  Now, every time a video is uploaded to YouTube …
BBC:
UK government clears a proposed deal for 21st Century Fox to buy Sky if it sells Sky News  —  The UK government has cleared a proposed deal for Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox to buy Sky.  —  The British broadcaster has been the subject of a fierce bidding war between Fox and US cable giant Comcast.
Discussion: BloombergQuint
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Oliver Darcy / CNNMoney:
At Facebook event touting its work to combat misinformation, company defends maintaining InfoWars page by saying fake news doesn't violate Community Standards  —  Parents of Sandy Hook victims sue Alex Jones  —  Facebook officials struggled on Wednesday to explain why it permits InfoWars …
Discussion: @oliverdarcy
Marlee Baldridge / Nieman Lab:
A look at PressPad, which aims to match people who get journalism internships in London, but can't afford housing, with an industry host  —  It's a longstanding quandary for aspiring journalists: How can I get housing in the big city for just a few weeks, while I'm paid nothing or close to it?
 
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Reuters:
Sources: Apollo Global Management has approached Nexstar, which owns TV stations that reach nearly 40% of US households, to express interest in acquiring it
Gene Maddaus / Variety:
The Weinstein Co. lays off over 20 employees of a remaining staff of 70 two days before it plans to close its $289M bankruptcy sale to Lantern Capital
Discussion: The Wrap
Todd Spangler / Variety:
YouTube TV went down during a crucial World Cup match, the second such outage since it went down during an NBA game in May
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Sara Fischer / Axios:
Facebook will roll out news shows for Facebook Watch from July 16, with the lineup including shows from CNN, Fox News, Quartz, Bloomberg, Univision, ATTN:, Mic