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10:20 AM ET, February 25, 2019

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Anthony Ha / TechCrunch:
At the Oscars, Netflix's Roma wins Best Director, Best Cinematography, and Best Foreign Film, but not Best Picture  —  “Roma” took home three Academy Awards tonight — though not Best Picture, which went to “Green Book.”  —  Alfonso Cuarón did win an Oscar for directing the film.
Casey Newton / The Verge:
Interviews with current and former Facebook content moderators in US show they make $28K/year, some develop PTSD, and a few are radicalised by fringe content  —  The secret lives of Facebook moderators in America  —  She spent the past three and a half weeks in training …
Washington Post:
The Washington Post announces the Jamal Khashoggi Fellowship, a new global opinions program established to honor the late Post columnist, Jamal Khashoggi  —  Award-winning Saudi scholar and activist Hala Al-Dosari named inaugural fellow  —  The Washington Post today announced the launch …
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Mark Chandler / The Bookseller:
A new book on Khashoggi's murder, written by an anonymous ex-FT reporter, claims the journalist had intelligence on Trump which was a threat to Saudi Arabia  —  Gibson Square is publishing the first book on Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder at the Saudi Embassy in Istanbul.
Ken Doctor / Nieman Lab:
Interview with The New York Times' CEO Mark Thompson on the importance of NYT's brand in growing the subscriber numbers, how he'd run a local paper, more  —  “I believe that if you're producing journalism of value, there is no reason to expect that consumers wouldn't be prepared, in some way …
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Ken Doctor / Nieman Lab:
How NYT plans to avoid the Trump slump and sign up 10M paying subscribers by 2025 through global expansion, attracting a younger audience via podcasts, and more  —  Mark Thompson's nautical and military metaphors have generated some ribbing from others at The New York Times.
Discussion: Newsonomics and Page Six
Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
Sultan Mohamed Abuljadayel has been named as the mysterious off-shore purchaser of a stake in London's Evening Standard newspaper  —  Mohamed Abuljadayel's £25m stake is yet another Middle Eastern interest in UK media  —  The mysterious off-shore purchaser of a stake …
Claire Atkinson / NBC News:
Q&A with WSJ EIC Matt Murray on Murdoch's hands-off approach to the paper's Trump coverage, how tech has impacted the news business, and the ongoing China story  —  “Rupert Murdoch has never given me one instruction about how to cover Trump.”  —  Matt Murray was named editor-in-chief …
Discussion: @raju
Todd Spangler / Variety:
BuzzFeed Taps WNBC's David Hatcher as Executive Producer of ‘AM to DM’ Talk Show on Twitter  — Sports-Betting Venture Action Network Raises $17.5 Million From Ex-UFC Owners, Chernin Group, Pro Sports Teams  —  Veteran TV producer David Hatcher is now overseeing BuzzFeed News' “AM to DM” …
Lisa O'Carroll / The Guardian:
Trailblazing feminist mag Spare Rib may be axed from the British Library's digital archive if there is no Brexit deal as it will lose EU copyright protections  —  EU copyright exception would no longer protect British Library scans of pioneering feminist magazine
 
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MediaPost:
Survey of 34 publishers: 79% say readers are more willing to pay for content, up from 70% in 2018 and 82% say paid content is an integral part of their strategy
Timothy B. Lee / Ars Technica:
Florida inmate sues the Florida Department of Corrections after he was told he has to repurchase $569 of music he bought after the FDOC changed music vendors
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Charlotte Tobitt / Press Gazette:
UK-based non-profit website, Investigative Journal, launches with reports on wiretaps exposing Turkish terrorist support and silencing of Pakistani journalists
Elon Green / Columbia Journalism Review:
Alex French and Maximillian Potter on the back story of their Atlantic article on Bryan Singer and alleged pedophilia in Hollywood, which was spiked by Esquire
Joseph Bernstein / BuzzFeed News:
Survey of 1,000 tech industry workers: 51% believe “Trump has a point when it comes to the media producing fake news”, 38% believe media has become too feminist