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12:25 AM ET, July 27, 2018

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Hazel Cills / Jezebel:
Gwyneth Paltrow says Goop magazine's partnership with Conde Nast ended because of the latter's higher fact-checking standards; Goop is now hiring a fact-checker  —  Goop doesn't exactly have the best track record when it comes to recommending alternative ~* wellness *~ treatments.
Brian Feldman / New York Magazine:
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Bloomberg:
Donald Trump criticizes Twitter for “shadow banning prominent Republicans”, says “we” will look into what he calls a “discriminatory and illegal practice”
Jon Levine / The Wrap:
Twitter CEO addresses claims about some Republican leaders not appearing in search auto-suggestions, points to a thread that offers explanation and vows changes
Janko Roettgers / Variety:
The Facebook stock drop foreshadows a potentially less profitable future as it relies more on video formats like Stories with a lighter ad load than News Feed  —  These days, everything seems to be going wrong for Facebook.  The social networking giant is still reeling from the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal.
Wall Street Journal:
Sources: DOJ probing whether TV station owners like Sinclair and Tribune broke antitrust law when sales teams talked with each other, possibly hiking ad rates  —  The DOJ's antitrust probe focused on communications of broadcasters' ad ales teams  —  The Justice Department …
Natasha Lomas / TechCrunch:
Facebook releases some of Canada-based AggregateIQ's targeted Brexit campaign ad data and ads in response to a Parliament committee investigating disinformation  —  The UK parliament has provided another telling glimpse behind the curtain of Facebook's unregulated ad platform by publishing data …
News Corp:
Ben Berkowitz has been named editor-in-chief of Storyful and will begin in August  —  New York, NY (July 24, 2018) - Ben Berkowitz has been named Editor-in-Chief of Storyful, the leader in discovering, validating and acquiring social media and insights for global media organizations.
Al Tompkins / Poynter:
U.S. federal court rejects a challenge to FCC's UHF discount rule because the consumer group bringing the suit didn't have legal standing to sue  —  This is a story about a federal rule that has been around for 33 years.  It was repealed, then reinstated, and a U.S. court of appeals panel …
Discussion: Bloomberg, @atompkins and Free Press
Jason Schwartz / Politico:
The Pentagon under Defense Secretary James Mattis has curbed media access and refused to answer questions about conflict zones, eroding trust  —  Defense Secretary James Mattis has not briefed reporters on-camera in the Pentagon since April, while his chief spokeswoman has not done so since May.
Michael Calderone / Politico:
Economist Group plans to sell CQ Roll Call for an undisclosed sum to Fiscal Note, a startup that analyzes government filings and legislation  —  The Economist Group plans to sell CQ Roll Call to technology and data startup FiscalNote, with the acquisition expected to close later this year, the companies announced Wednesday.
 
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Laurie Kellman / Associated Press:
President Trump has often answered questions in White House “pool sprays” like the one where CNN's Kaitlan Collins asked questions: here's how they work
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
NBC News begins its experiment with a streaming news network with “Space is Awesome”, a special report on space, to air Friday on NBCNews.com and other outlets
Stewart Clarke / Variety:
Sky reports a 5% increase YoY in annual revenue to £13.6B with a presence in 23M households; CEO promises 25% increase in programming spending
Discussion: Reuters and Ad Age
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Kate Lamb / The Guardian:
Inside Indonesia's “buzzer teams”, filled with political supporters and students who post thousands of times a day to create religious and political divides
Discussion: The Verge
Wall Street Journal:
A look at longstanding ties between Michael Cohen and American Media, including talks amid 2016 campaign and $30K paid in late 2015 to an ex-doorman for Trump