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7:55 PM ET, April 19, 2019

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The Irish News:
Lyra McKee, Mediagazer editor, freelance journalist, and writer who wrote about the legacy of Northern Ireland's Troubles, was killed amid violence in Derry, NI  —  A 29-year-old woman has died after shots were fired in Derry, with police treating the death as a “terrorist incident”.
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Susan McKay / The Guardian:
Lyra McKee, a symbol of Irish freedom, worked to improve life for others: “It gets better for those of us who live long enough to see it get better”  —  How dare dissident republicans claim to ‘respect’ the writer.  They have silenced a woman who told the stories of their forgotten victims
The Guardian:
People mourned Lyra McKee at local vigils; leaders of Northern Ireland's six main political parties issued a rare joint statement condemning the murder  —  Northern Ireland's six main parties say they reject those responsible for journalist's death  —  A police hunt is under way in Derry …
The Irish Times:
Writers pay tribute to Lyra McKee, the person and the writer: “the work she was doing is the opposite of silence”
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
Mueller report not only validates reporting labeled “fake news” by Trump, it also shows that he and his aides misled or lied to the journalists and the public  —  If special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's investigation makes one thing clear, it's that many of the news reports …
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Ben Smith / BuzzFeed News:
In the wake of the release of the Mueller report, BuzzFeed reexamines its disputed story that said Trump directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress  —  This Jan. 18, a day after BuzzFeed News reported that Michael Cohen told prosecutors that the president had directed him to lie to Congress …
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
WarnerMedia pulls out of OpenAP, a media alliance for helping advertisers target TV viewers; alliance members include Viacom, Fox, Univision, and NBCUniversal  —  WarnerMedia is going its own way when it comes to helping advertisers find specific groups of TV-watchers.
Discussion: Adweek
Ken Doctor / Nieman Lab:
Q&A with Bustle's Bryan Goldberg on digital infrastructure, the importance of fashion and beauty ad revenue, and why some magazines will never succeed online  —  “I think the hard part for something like Esquire or Harper's Bazaar in digital — even to some extent Vogue — is that you get into the scale game.
David Yanofsky / Quartz:
Scribd took down multiple copies of the Mueller Report, which is in the public domain, claiming that its algorithms identified it as a copyrighted work  —  A convenient feature of nearly all documents created by the US government is that they have no copyright.
Discussion: @edbott, @glynmoody and Gizmodo
Kali Hays / WWD:
Nathan Coyle, CEO of Pride Media, which publishes queer mags like Out and The Advocate, has left the company amid long-standing issues of contributor nonpayment  —  Nathan Coyle has suddenly left the company behind Out and The Advocate magazines to lead Ford Models.  —  Out magazine's March cover.
 
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