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2:35 PM ET, May 13, 2019

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Reuters:
Survey of 240 companies: 46% spent less on YouTube and more on TV networks' online services, including their YouTube channels, in Q1 2019 than in Q1 2018  —  SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Three years ago, the beginning of the end of the U.S. television business looked certain …
Keith J. Kelly / New York Post:
Sources: Discovery to buy Golf Digest from Condé Nast for $30M; W and Brides remain for sale  —  Discovery is buying Golf Digest from Condé Nast for an estimated $30 million, expanding its reach beyond its golf-streaming sweet spot, according to sources close to the situation.
Eli Rosenberg / Washington Post:
Bryan Carmody says SF police raided his home and office instead of targeting other media because he is a freelancer; lawyer: police should have used a subpoena  —  Bryan Carmody, a freelance reporter in San Francisco, awoke Friday to the sounds of someone trying to break into his house.
Reuters:
How the Taliban's media operation gets its message out quickly through social channels and other avenues, asking fighters to double as reporters  —  KABUL (Reuters) - Zabihullah Mujahid, the Taliban's chief spokesman and editor-in-chief of the insurgent group's daily news bulletin …
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Todd Haselton / CNBC:
Apple updates iPhones, iPads, and Apple TVs with its new TV app with Apple TV Channels, which offers customers subscription access to premium networks like HBO  —  KEY POINTS  — It's available through an update to your iPhone, iPad or Apple TV and exists inside the new TV app.
Karla Adam / Washington Post:
Sweden reopens rape case against WikiLeaks' Julian Assange after discontinuing the investigation in 2017, seeks extradition  —  LONDON — Swedish prosecutors are reopening an investigation into a rape allegation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.  —  Speaking Monday at a news conference …
DW.COM:
Turkish journalist Yavuz Selim Demirag, an outspoken critic of President Erdogan, was beaten by assailants with baseball bats after a TV appearance  —  Yavuz Selim Demirag has been an outspoken critic of President Erdogan.  He was set on by assailants with baseball bats in what journalists say is a sign of shrinking press freedom.
Adam Liptak / New York Times:
Federal appeals court ruled against Georgia in suit vs Public.Resource.Org for publishing copyrighted legal materials; both parties ask Supreme Court to step in  —  WASHINGTON — Carl Malamud believes in open access to government records, and he has spent more than a decade putting them online.
 
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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
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
Kristen Hare / Poynter:
Cleveland.com tests a $3.99/mo service that gives readers direct texts from reporters; ~1,200 people signed up for a free trial, and a “few hundred” are paying