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8:25 PM ET, August 26, 2018

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Issie Lapowsky / Wired:
Ben Collins / NBC News:
Reddit mods have notified Reddit employees since July 2017 of an Iranian disinformation operation on the site to no response; Reddit now says it's investigating  —  More than a year before the announcement from Facebook and Twitter, a group of moderators on Reddit noticed a peculiar pattern of submissions.
Lucia Moses / Digiday:
Chartbeat study: only a third of 159 publishers that adopted Google's AMP in 2017 saw clear statistical evidence of a traffic increase  —  Google unveiled its open-source Accelerated Mobile Pages format in 2016 to improve the mobile web by making pages load faster (and match Facebook's own fast Instant Articles format).
Matt Binder / Mashable:
YouTube will roll out the ability to enable non-skippable ads, up to a maximum length of 20 seconds, to all creators in its Partner Program starting next week  —  You might soon be seeing less of that “skip ad” button over on YouTube.  —  In a video titled Want to earn more money from ad revenue? …
Jacqueline Howard / CNN:
Study: IRA-backed trolls flooded social media to amplify online debates about vaccines, often linking messages around vaccines to racial or class disparities  —  - Russian trolls and Twitter bots amplified online vaccine debates between 2014 and 2017, a new study suggests
Joan E. Solsman / CNET:
How women, including Campbell Brown and Alex Hardiman, are commanding Facebook's efforts to foster more legitimate news reporting  —  At Facebook, where men outnumber women almost two to one, the future of news is female.  —  Alex Hardiman speaks softly.  Leading a team meeting …
Andrew Marchand / New York Post:
Sarah Ellison / Washington Post:
Profile of Kimberly Guilfoyle, once wife of San Francisco's liberal mayor and long time Fox News host, who now dates Trump Jr. and vice-chairs a super PAC  —  In the summer of 2004, the new mayor and first lady of San Francisco were photographed for an eight-page spread in Harper's Bazaar.
Discussion: New York Times and TVNewser
Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
A small team from New York University is working on ways to archive news apps and make them accessible via browsers  —  What if all the interactives a news organization ever made could be stored somewhere, accessible in the same form forever, even as the technologies people might use to access them change?
Discussion: @niemanlab
Taylor Lorenz / The Atlantic:
How ordinary teens are making money posting sponsored content on Instagram for as little as $10, but lack of regulation or parental oversight raises concerns  —  As long as you're a teen with a following.  —  While some teens spent the summer of 2018 babysitting, bagging groceries …
 
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BuzzFeed China bureau chief Megha Rajagopalan, who has been in the country since 2012, says China's Foreign Ministry declined to issue her a new journalist visa
Tanya Dua / INSIDER:
Sources: LA Times owner Patrick Soon-Shiong is in talks to join the Donerail Group which is in talks to acquire Tronc
Discussion: Business Insider
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
A look at the harm from a spike in newsprint costs driven by Trump tariffs; the US International Trade Commission will consider the tariffs on Tuesday
Discussion: @mollyjongfast
Garett Sloane / Ad Age:
Hearst has ended its Snapchat daily digital magazine, Sweet, but will repurpose the brand with a new show; some staff members have been cut
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Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
Reveal has launched Reveal Local Labs, a two-year effort funded by the Knight Foundation to aid collaboration in investigative reporting among local newsrooms
Felix Salmon / Slate:
A New York Times article on a preliminary study of Facebook use and hate crimes in Germany overstated the complicated study's conclusions
Jason Schwartz / Politico:
Sources: LA-based Fox News journalist Adam Housley has resigned from the network over its increased focus on Trump and diminished opportunities for reporters
USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism:
BuzzFeed Investigations Editor Mark Schoofs is leaving the site to join USC Annenberg's journalism school to teach investigative reporting
Gabriel Sherman / Vanity Fair:
Sources: AMI's David Pecker and chief content officer Dylan Howard were granted immunity so they would describe Trump's role in payments to Daniels and McDougal