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11:30 AM ET, June 11, 2019

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Jeff Jarvis / Whither news?:
Publishers, lobbying for laws around the world that will help them extract payments from platforms like Google for linking to news, are ruining the internet  —  Around the world, news industry trade associations are corruptly cashing in their political capital —  …
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Jack Shafer / Politico:
The newspaper industry doesn't need a special antitrust exemption to help it compete with Google, Facebook; the papers are largely to blame for their downfall  —  Jack Shafer is Politico's senior media writer.  —  The newspaper industry has crawled up Capitol Hill once again to beg …
Bill Grueskin / @bgrueskin:
[Thread] News Media Alliance study relies on an offhand comment Marissa Mayer made in 2008 to extrapolate how much money Google has made from news publishers
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
Brian Stelter / CNN:
NYT says it will stop publishing political cartoons in its international edition starting July 1, has been considering its decision for more than a year  —  A month and a half after The New York Times errantly published an anti-Semitic cartoon in its international edition …
Kyle Pope / Columbia Journalism Review:
In the US, NPR is the only major media outlet with a full-time public editor; CJR announces appointment of four public editors for NYT, WaPo, MSNBC, and CNN  —  Last week at Columbia, CJR hosted more than three dozen public editors from around the world, gathered together for their annual meeting.
Joseph Cox / VICE:
Facebook has quietly made changes to limit Graph Search over the weekend, following privacy scandals, says it will work with researchers affected by the changes  —  Facebook's Graph Search allowed anyone to search a wealth of public data on Facebook in very specific ways …
Mollie Leavitt / The Idea:
Interview with Washington Post editors on their new travel vertical, By The Way, which is launching on June 18 for people who want to “feel like a local”  —  We spoke with Amanda Finnegan and Emilio Garcia-Ruiz from The Washington Post about By The Way, a new travel product the Post is launching on June 18.
Discussion: Washington Post
Washington Post:
Sources: Zuckerberg contacted Pelosi to discuss viral misinformation, but she, frustrated by how Facebook handled a manipulated video of her, has not engaged  —  Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg contacted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in recent weeks to discuss …
Discussion: The Week
Matthew Gault / VICE:
InfoWars agrees to pay Pepe the Frog creator Matt Furie $15,000 in a copyright settlement after using the cartoon on merch  —  Pepe the Frog will no longer face Alex Jones in court.  —  Jones and his lawyers have settled with Pepe creator Matt Furie.  Furie sued Jones for copyright infringement …
Marc Bennetts / The Guardian:
After public outcry, Russian police drop drug charges against journalist Ivan Golunov, say he will be released from house arrest later on Tuesday  —  Anti-corruption reporter will not face drugs charges because of lack of evidence  —  Russian police have dropped all charges of drug dealing …
Todd Bishop / GeekWire:
Seattle-based Glow launches, in beta, its mobile-first podcast monetization platform which enables podcasters to turn listeners into subscribers  —  It's a common problem for podcasters: you've got a passionate, loyal audience, but at a time when it seems everyone is producing an audio show …
 
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Washington Post:
Source: US has issued a formal extradition request for Julian Assange, making further US charges unlikely per the terms of the US-UK extradition treaty
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Julia Alexander / The Verge:
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki apologizes to the LGBTQ community, says that demonetizing but leaving Steven Crowder's channel on the platform was the right decision
Rick Gladstone / New York Times:
Iran revoked press credential of Tehran-based NYT correspondent Thomas Erdbrink in Feb; photographer Newsha Tavakolian, his wife, was also stopped from working
Brian Resnick / Vox:
How private industry dominates and profits massively from academic publishing, and how librarians, academics, and pirates are trying to regain control
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Benjamin Mullin / Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Viacom's BET Networks is preparing to launch a streaming-video service with Tyler Perry this fall called BET+, directed at African-American audiences
Gerry Smith / Bloomberg:
Profile of Bustle founder Bryan Goldberg, who says he wants the new Gawker, launching this fall, to publish deeply reported long-form journalism
Kelly Weill / The Daily Beast:
Facebook removes far-right conspiracy outlet Natural News, which had nearly 3M followers and promoted vaccine disinformation