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11:25 AM ET, March 6, 2019

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Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
The Wall Street Journal is creating new newsroom departments to focus on news innovation, new technologies, more, and is hiring for 36+ jobs  —  Wall Street Journal editor Matt Murray and editor of newsroom strategy Louise Story sent out the following announcement on Tuesday:
Stephen Battaglio / Los Angeles Times:
PBS NewsHour is adding a full-time West Coast bureau, plans to open a dedicated newsroom and studio at the Arizona State University in Phoenix  —  “PBS NewsHour,” public television's nightly national newscast, is adding a full-time West Coast bureau aimed at providing more timely coverage for viewers in the region.
Discussion: @sarajust
Nick Statt / The Verge:
Comedian Miel Bredouw's fight with Barstool Sports after they posted her video without credit shows how Twitter's copyright system can hurt creators  —  “It's insane to me that the platform is allowing them to do this.”  —  Earlier today, Los Angeles-based writer and comedian Miel Bredouw claims …
Scott Nover / The Atlantic:
Profile of satirical media company Thud, founded by former Onion editors, as it launches its first project DNA Friend, a parody of at-home DNA analysis services  —  I was instructed to “get my saliva ready.”  —  Images of a bacon cheeseburger, an ice-cream sundae, a steak, a cow …
Ashley Carman / The Verge:
A look at how Spotify plans to crack the podcast market: making it easier to find podcasts, investing in creation tools, exclusive original content, and more  —  Spotify has been on a media blitz to hype up its plans.  Most everyone involved in the deals, including Spotify CEO Daniel Ek …
Benjy Egel / Sacramento Bee:
Police detained a Sacramento Bee reporter and shoved a staff photographer down, damaging his camera, during a protest over the lack of prosecution of two cops  —  Sacramento Bee reporter Dale Kasler was detained Monday night while covering a Stephon Clark protest in East Sacramento.
Jon Levine / The Wrap:
National Association of Black Journalists says it is monitoring CNN due to a lack of diversity among its leadership team, says Jeff Zucker has refused to meet  —  The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) called out CNN and its president, Jeff Zucker, in a press release …
Discussion: Poynter, Mediaite and TVNewser
Eriq Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:
Judge tosses defamation suit by Rachel Bernstein against Bill O'Reilly and Fox News, says her claims about suffering reputational damage were insufficient  —  The judge says Rachel Bernstein hasn't sufficiently spelled out the damage to her reputation.  —  A New York federal judge has tossed …
Tom Cardoso / Globe and Mail:
Google to ban political ads in Canada ahead of federal election, says complying with new ad transparency rules required by Bill C-76 would be too challenging  —  Google is banning political advertising on its platforms ahead of the Canadian federal election because of new ad transparency rules …
 
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Scott Nover / The Atlantic:
Nicholas Sandmann's lawyer says the teen intends to sue multiple other news outlets besides WaPo, is currently reviewing coverage from AP, CNN, and MSNBC/NBC
Patience Haggin / Wall Street Journal:
Content recommendation engine Taboola is buying Israeli-based startup Start Magazine to bolster its service for Android users
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Financial Times:
The Financial Times has acquired a majority stake in Amsterdam-based tech blog and events company The Next Web
Ben Collins / NBC News:
On Amazon, a book pushing QAnon conspiracy theories climbs the charts, aided by Amazon's algorithmically generated recommendations
Cynthia Littleton / Variety:
Q&A with Bob Greenblatt, chairman of WarnerMedia Entertainment, who has been tasked with leading AT&T's forthcoming streaming service