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10:50 AM ET, May 12, 2019

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Laura Waxmann / The San Francisco Examiner:
Police and FBI raided the home and office of journalist Bryan Carmody, handcuffing him, in a probe into a leaked police report about a public defender's death  —  Police raided the home and office of a freelance journalist Friday morning.  —  Police raided the home and office …
Alex Sherman / CNBC:
New media ventures like Vox are struggling while old media, like NYT, is flourishing because the only disruption in media happened in distribution, not content  —  KEY POINTS  — Old media companies such as Disney and The New York Times have flourished in recent years while new media ventures …
Jason Gurwin / The Streamable:
Roku says it doesn't have any plans to create its own content for its free ad-supported network, The Roku Channel  —  The Streamable is reader-supported and may earn an affiliate commission when you sign up with our links.  —  After reaching 10,000 free ad-supported movies and TV episodes …
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George Gene Gustines / New York Times:
As movie and TV adaptations fueled an $80M YoY growth in comic book sales in 2018, smaller comic book publishers are adopting new business strategies to compete  —  A merger of two independents, Lion Forge and Oni Press, is the latest example of new strategies that are shaping the business.
Andrew McCormick / Columbia Journalism Review:
International correspondents in Venezuela say that the only way to cover the country is to be on the ground as polarization makes local experts unreliable  —  Last Tuesday, in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas, Juan Guaidó, the opposition leader in the country, called for a military uprising …
Corey Hutchins / Columbia Journalism Review:
The town of Longmont, CO, is debating whether to add a tax to fund a public library that might include an editorially independent local newsroom  —  A late-night debate in a sparsely attended city council chamber in Colorado on Tuesday opened a new front in the national conversation about how to sustain local news.
Discussion: @fourthestateorg and @mathewi
Parker Molloy / Columbia Journalism Review:
Media treatment of intersex and transgender athletes primes readers to think their wins are unjust by often conflating the two and framing them as unbeatable  —  South African track and field superstar Caster Semenya is a two-time Olympic gold medalist and three-time world champion in the women's 800-meter.
Nellie Andreeva / Deadline:
Q&A with Katherine Pope, head of Charter Communications' new original content division, on plans for Spectrum Originals as its first scripted series debuts  —  A year ago, Charter Communications' new original content division headed by Katherine Pope made its first major programming move …
Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
Pew survey finds that 78% of Americans have never spoken with a local journalist; those who have are likelier to be older, college-educated, and white  —  Seventy-eight percent of Americans have never spoken with a local journalist at all, according to data highlighted by Pew on Friday …
Nicholas Diakopoulos / Columbia Journalism Review:
Study: more than half of the impressions in the Google search results' Top Stories box go to 20 news sources; CNN, NYT, and WaPo accounted for 23% of them  —  In the last week of April, nearly 23 percent of all traffic to news sites tracked by web analytics firm Parse.ly came from search engines.
 
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Kevin Warwick / VICE:
A history of Book Your Own Fuckin' Life, a guide for touring punk bands that was published yearly by punk zine Maximum RocknRoll, which closed in January
Bryn Elise Sandberg / Hollywood Reporter:
Five production companies say they won't film in Georgia to protest a new abortion law; MPAA, representing major studios, says it will wait for court outcomes
Kendra Pierre-Louis / The Open Notebook:
NYT climate reporter Kendra Pierre-Louis details how she's encountered racism more frequently in journalism than in her previous professions
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Stewart Clarke / Variety:
Netflix publishes its first top-10 lists of most-watched content on its platform in the UK, says it will start posting the lists every week in the country
Discussion: The Verge and Gizmodo
Ross Benes / eMarketer:
Ad spending on private marketplaces will overtake open exchanges in 2020 as both publishers and advertisers seek more control of context in which ads appear