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12:30 PM ET, June 10, 2019

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Marc Tracy / New York Times:
News Media Alliance study, to be given to US House ahead of hearings, claims Google made $4.7B from the work of news publishers in 2018 via search, Google News  —  $4,700,000,000.  —  It's more than the combined ticket sales of the last two “Avengers” movies.  It's more than what virtually any professional sports team is worth.
Joe Otterson / Variety:
Quibi to launch on April 6 2020 with a $7.99/mo ad free tier and a $4.99/mo tier with pre-roll ads, will pay costs plus 20% for up to $6M/hour to show creators  —  Quibi founder Jeffrey Katzenberg and CEO Meg Whitman offered an in-depth look at their new short-form video service during …
Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
Watergate-era presidential accountability in the age of Trump is hamstrung by huge fragmentation within the media and increasing right-wing propaganda  —  The question from an audience member made the three network chiefs bristle:  —  Why aren't the news media holding the White House accountable …
Natalie Jarvey / Hollywood Reporter:
HBO cancels Vice News Tonight; Vice news chief and architect of that show, Josh Tyrangiel, to depart, as Vice hires Jesse Angelo to oversee news, TV, digital  —  Former New York Post publisher Jesse Angelo is joining Vice to oversee the news, digital and television divisions.
Sarah Repucci / Freedom House:
In some of the most influential democracies in the world, populist leaders have overseen concerted attempts to throttle the independence of the media sector  —  Freedom and the Media: A Downward Spiral Key Findings … The fundamental right to seek and disseminate information through …
Lucinda Southern / Digiday:
The New York Times is looking to expand The Daily's international audience, currently 20% of its listeners, with a weeklong series of European politics  —  The New York Times' news podcast “The Daily” is delving deeper into European politics with a weeklong series to help grow its global audience.
Kelly Weill / The Daily Beast:
Facebook removes far-right conspiracy outlet Natural News, which had nearly 3M followers and promoted vaccine disinformation  —  Far-right site promoted vaccine disinformation and mass arrests of the left, with more followers than Infowars before it was banned.
Murtaza Hussain / The Intercept:
Heshmat Alavi, who published anti-Iran articles in Forbes, The Hill, and others, may be a persona created by an Iranian opposition group to shape US discourse  —  In 2018, President Donald Trump was seeking to jettison the landmark nuclear deal that his predecessor had signed with Iran in 2015 …
Tiffany Stevens / Columbia Journalism Review:
Independent journalists in Maryland are challenging the state's ban on broadcasting publicly available court recordings, arguing it violates the First Amendment  —  For Baltimore-based independent journalist Amelia McDonell-Parry, the Baltimore City courtroom audio captured during Keith Davis …
Discussion: @tiffanymstevens
Columbia Journalism Review:
Chinese journalists on what the international journalists got wrong while reporting on the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre  —  Yes, China censors information about Tiananmen.  But quizzing pedestrians is facile at best, and unethical at worst
Discussion: @siruihua
Mark Jacob / Nieman Lab:
Study: the total average daily hours spent by desktop visitors to sites across all forms of digital media grew from 2.7 hours in 2008 to 5.9 in 2017  —  Here's a question for local news producers: What are your readers doing when they're not visiting you?  —  That's the question asked …
 
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