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1:45 AM ET, April 1, 2019

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Gavin de Becker / The Daily Beast:
Bezos' security chief says AMI demanded he claim Bezos story didn't result from hacking or external forces, and says he's confident Saudis accessed Bezos' phone  —  The National Enquirer's lawyer tried to get me to say there was no hacking.  —  For 40 years, I've advised at-risk public figures …
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Tom Jones / Poynter:
Q&A with Poynter president Neil Brown on coverage of the Mueller report and triteness of the idea that the report should prompt a reckoning in the media  —  The Russian investigation is over.  Robert Mueller's report has been turned in.  And now we begin another investigation: How did the media do in covering this story?
Karen Rundlet / Knight Foundation:
Knight Foundation announces funding for three groups that help news providers: $3.5M for Institute for Nonprofit News, $1M for LION, $1.5M for News Revenue Hub  —  On March 31, Knight announced a $6 million investment in three organizations helping create a strong support system for local newsrooms across the country.
Ad Age:
ComScore's CEO Bryan Wiener and President Sarah Hofstetter step down after less than a year in those positions, citing differences with the company's board  —  CEO Bryan Wiener and President Sarah Hofstetter will depart  —  ComScore's top two executives have abruptly left the company …
Tommy Christopher / Mediaite:
The Federalist fires its writer Denise McCallister after a series of homophobic tweets  —  Internet famous “You were at my wedding, Denise” and now-former The Federalist blogger Denise McCallister tweeted her way out of a job Saturday when a Twitter feud quickly escalated into a homophobic screed.
Sebastian Murdock / HuffPost:
Alex Jones of InfoWars, in a deposition, denies he had intentionally spread lies about Sandy Hook and rejects responsibility for Sandy Hook parents' pain  —  For all his dangerous talk about the Sandy Hook school shooting, Alex Jones couldn't even recall the date it happened.
Rosemary Rossi / The Wrap:
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro returned to air Saturday night without mentioning the reason for the two-week absence of her show  —  Fox News host Jeanine Pirro returned to air Saturday night without mentioning the reason for the two-week absence of her show, “Justice With Judge Jeanine.”
Reuters:
People.cn, an arm of China's “People's Daily” paper, expands its AI-powered content scrubbing business for apps like Toutiao, hiring more human censors  —  BEIJING (Reuters) - People.cn, the online unit of China's influential People's Daily, is boosting its numbers …
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Joseph Lichterman / The Lenfest Institute …:
How an Illinois public radio station and high school students collaborate annually since 1993 to produce audio documentaries on topics of community interest  —  What was your high school journalism experience like?  If you were anything like me — I'll tell you the stories of how I got …
 
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Charlotte Tobitt / Press Gazette:
BBC says it wants to improve public perception around its news impartiality and will make fact-checking service Reality Check a more visible part of news output
Laura Wagner / Deadspin:
Current and former MLB Advanced Media employees say the company has fostered a toxic and overly demanding work environment for years under poor leadership
Blake Droesch / eMarketer:
eMarketer expects Amazon Music will pass 35M MAUs in the US this year, up 17.7% YoY, growing faster than any other digital audio service in its forecast
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Cristina Tardáguila / Poynter:
Inside FactCheckEU, a collaboration between 19 EU media outlets from 13 countries that fact checks articles and debunks rumors ahead of upcoming EU elections
Rob Price / Business Insider:
Facebook says it “mistakenly deleted” some of Zuckerberg's old Facebook posts that were public and reported on, including a post about the Instagram acquisition