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5:20 PM ET, April 16, 2019

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Lauren Feiner / CNBC:
Netflix reports Q1 revenue surpassed $4.52B, up 22% YoY, vs $4.50B est.; net subscriptions grew 9.6M, up 16% YoY, with 1.74M in the US and 7.86M internationally  —  - The company reported $4.52 billion, vs. $4.50 billion expected, per Refinitiv consensus estimate.
Lydia Polgreen / HuffPost:
HuffPost is launching a membership program, HuffPost Plus, with tiers from free to premium, offering access to members-only newsletters and other features  —  From voting rights to self-care, HuffPost's stories put people before power.  Support the mission by becoming a member.
Wired:
Interviews with 65 current and former employees on the meltdown inside Facebook over the last 15 months as the Cambridge Analytica scandal unfolded  —  Scandals.  Backstabbing.  Resignations.  Record profits.  Time Bombs.  In early 2018, Mark Zuckerberg set out to fix Facebook.
Chris Welch / The Verge:
YouTube showed a link and description of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, as part of its fact checking, underneath live streams of the Notre Dame Cathedral fire  —  A fire has broken out at the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral today, and, as you'd expect, many news networks are offering live coverage of the breaking situation.
Natalie Jarvey / Hollywood Reporter:
Vox Media acquires Epic Magazine, which has a first-look deal with 20th Century Fox and 40+ projects in production, says Epic will remain independent  —  With the purchase of the producer behind Apple's ‘Little America,’ Vox Media is reorganizing its entertainment teams under a new studios division led by Marty Moe.
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James Walker / Press Gazette:
Source: the Financial Times is no longer available on British Airways flights following critical coverage of the airline in the paper  —  British Airways has stopped offering the Financial Times to passengers in response to negative stories about it in the paper, a source at the business title has told Press Gazette.
Discussion: Talking Biz News and @billneelynbc
Joshua Benton / Nieman Lab:
As The New York Times launches a 5G Journalism Lab to explore storytelling possibilities, a look at how speedier mobile networks could boost newsrooms  —  If there's one thing you can count on in modern life, one truism that will never let you down, it is this: You want more Gs.
Sahil Patel / Digiday:
Sources say that Facebook Watch, like YouTube, will accept content from anyone; Facebook confirms it will convert Watch show pages into broader video pages  —  Facebook Watch's transformation from a video section reserved exclusively for professionally made, episodic shows to videos of all kinds …
Frederic Filloux / Monday Note:
Newspapers with subscription-based models need to stop trying to “lock” their customers into contracts, adopting best practices from Amazon and Netflix instead  —  The internet for news is closing.  In the wake of the global failure for digital advertising, publishers are putting their hopes in subscriptions.
Lucinda Southern / Digiday:
In an open letter, Schibsted follows Spotify's lead, says Apple is abusing its position as the dominant player in the app market  —  Nordic publishing giant Schibsted is the latest publisher to back Spotify's allegations that Apple is abusing its stance as the most dominant player in the app market.
Discussion: VentureBeat
Benjamin Mullin / Wall Street Journal:
Sources: James Murdoch wants to use some of his proceeds from the sale of 21st Century Fox to invest in comic book publisher Artists, Writers and Artisans  —  Former chief of 21st Century Fox is beginning to invest some of the $2.2 billion he made from the sale of the company's major entertainment properties
Discussion: @benmullin
Maxwell Tani / The Daily Beast:
Vice is canceling its nightly news show “Vice Live” just weeks after its debut  —  Vice canceled its flagship show, Vice Live, just weeks after its debut.  Multiple sources told The Daily Beast that the millennial news company had canceled the new nightly show.
Discussion: @brianstelter
Ren LaForme / Poynter:
A list of winners of the 2019 Pulitzer Prizes, including Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, the Reuters journalists imprisoned in Myanmar, the NYT, WSJ, and others  —  This post will be updated as the awards are announced.  —  The winners of the 2019 Pulitzer Prizes were announced at Columbia University in New York City on Monday.
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Marina Fang / HuffPost:
The Capital Gazette received a special citation from the Pulitzer Prize committee for its coverage of its own newsroom shooting in which five colleagues died
Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg / Wall Street Journal:
The Wall Street Journal wins a Pulitzer Prize in the national reporting category for stories on Trump's hush-money payments to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal
 
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Fox Business:
Sources: CBS and Viacom have resumed their merger talks, delaying the naming of Les Moonves' replacement until the future of the company is more certain
Eric Johnson / Recode:
PBS president and CEO Paula Kerger says the Trump administration's proposed cuts to the CPB would mainly impact PBS stations in rural areas
Reid Nakamura / The Wrap:
Alex Piper, Fox's vice president of alternative entertainment, is joining YouTube as head of unscripted programming for North and South America
Ari Levy / CNBC:
Hulu has repurchased AT&T's 9.5% stake in the business for $1.43B, giving Hulu a valuation of $15B; Disney said in November that Hulu was worth $9.26B
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Alex Hern / The Guardian:
Twitter removed tweets criticizing Starz's dispute with TorrentFreak, including one from journalist Mathew Ingram, at the request of the company
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Sources: nearly half of HQ Trivia's staff signed a petition seeking to depose CEO Rus Yusupov; the startup had ~$6M in the bank but is spending $1M per month