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8:40 AM ET, April 29, 2019

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@nytopinion:
NYT apologizes, says it published the antisemitic cartoon because of a faulty process when an editor working without adequate oversight decided to include it  —  We apologize for the anti-Semitic cartoon we published. Here's our statement. pic.twitter.com/nifZahutpO
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Seth J. Frantzman / Jerusalem Post:
NYT says it published a cartoon with antisemitic tropes in its international print edition on Thursday due to “an error of judgment”  —  New York Times admits cartoon had antisemitic tropes and says it was an error of judgement to publish.  —  The New York Times International Edition ran …
Spotify:
Spotify reports Q1 revenue of €1.5B, up 33% YoY, reduces net loss to €142M, says it has 217M MAUs, up 26% YoY, with 100M premium subscribers, up 32% YoY  —  Spotify Technology S.A. (NYSE:SPOT) today reported financial results for the first fiscal quarter of 2019 ending March 31, 2019.
Christopher Cadelago / Politico:
The unusual relationship between the US President and NY Times photographer Doug Mills, whom Trump has called “my genius photographer”  —  Earlier in his administration, as Donald Trump launched attack after attack on the mainstream media, a series of newspaper photographs caught his attention, in a good way.
Discussion: @anitakumar01
Eric Berger / Columbia Journalism Review:
As more newspapers close their own printing plants and outsource to a central location, legacy printing-press installers reflect on a declining profession  —  When Joel Birket was a child, his family moved to new cities for a year at a time so his father, William, could install printing presses …
Discussion: @raju
Zack Stanton / Politico:
Interview with Kate Ward, Bustle Digital Group's departing EIC, on growing a large media organization while keeping aspects of startup culture and more  —  Kate Ward, editor-in-chief of Bustle Digital Group, on what is worth keeping — and getting rid of — as a company grows.
Tim Alberta / Politico:
Profile of Des Moines Register, renowned for its Iowa caucuses coverage and editorial endorsements during primaries, as it has coped with a shrinking newsroom  —  The great media disruption comes for the Des Moines Register.  —  Tim Alberta is chief political correspondent at Politico Magazine.
Josh Wood / Nieman Lab:
Presidential candidate Andrew Yang's journalism ideas: federal government-funded journalists, a $1B Local Journalism Fund, and a Media Responsibility Task Force  —  If you haven't heard of Andrew Yang, you're not alone, but your crowd is thinning out.  The entrepreneur-turned-politician …
Wendy Lee / Los Angeles Times:
Q&A with BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti on fake news, recent layoffs, employees forming a union, plans to make the company profitable, and more  —  “Utopia” is the name of the room that BuzzFeed Chief Executive Jonah Peretti uses as his L.A. office, but the last few months have been anything but that.
Jon Allsop / Columbia Journalism Review:
How the murder of the journalist Ján Kuciak, and the biggest protests in decades that followed it, helped elect Slovakia's liberal, pro-press president  —  In February 2018, Beata Balogová—the editor of SME, Slovakia's biggest independent daily—was in Hungary, just across the southern border.
Discussion: @jon_allsop
Danielle Abril / Fortune:
Interview with the CEO of Verizon Media, which generated $1.8B in revenue in Q1, down 7.2% YoY, on integrating commerce, investing in its ad platform, and more  —  Guru Gowrappan has spent the seven months charting a new course for Verizon Media, the struggling digital media business owned by telecom giant Verizon.
Roberto Torres / Technical.ly Philly:
DocumentCloud scaled up its servers five-fold for the Mueller report release, but it was barely enough; 100+ reporters were uploading the 448-page doc at once  —  One of the most crucial documents in modern political history— special counsel Robert Mueller's report on the 2016 presidential election …
Discussion: @andysherry
Jason Rezaian / Washington Post:
The National Press Club partners with restaurants for “Night Out for Austin Tice” on May 2, to raise the reward for information that helps free the journalist  —  U.S. journalist Austin Tice was kidnapped in Syria in 2012.  His fate remains mysterious — though recently …
Discussion: @jrezaian
 
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