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11:40 AM ET, June 14, 2019

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Aidan McLaughlin / Mediaite:
President Trump announces on Twitter that Press Secretary Sarah Sanders will leave the White House at the end of the month  —  President Donald Trump made a stunning announcement on Twitter Thursday: that his longtime press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is set to leave the White House next month.
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Megan Garber / The Atlantic:
Sarah Sanders said she hoped her legacy would be that she “put forward the president's message” and she did so through her post-truth press conferences  —  “I know it's hard for you to understand even short sentences, I guess, but please don't take my words out of context."
Brian Stelter / CNN:
Sarah Sanders' primary legacy will be the death of daily press briefings, as she shortened and then did away with the meetings; the last briefing was March 11
Lindsey Rogers Cook / Times Open:
NYT's digital transition team led internal data journalism boot camps, training 60+ employees over 18 months; resources they developed are now freely available  —  And how your reporters can learn to love them, too  —  Five years ago, a lot of people in journalism were asking, wide-eyed, “Should journalists learn to code?”
Max Willens / Digiday:
BuzzFeed forecasts $260M in sales in 2019 from branded products sold in stores; Tasty has partnered with food companies to launch food products and meal kits  —  BuzzFeed has found success in licensing its Tasty food brand across different consumer products including food, kitchenware and cookbooks.
Bloomberg:
Turkey indicts two Bloomberg reporters, accusing them of trying to undermine Turkey's economic stability; prosecutor wants jail terms of two to five years  —  - 36 others charged for comments about economy on social media  — Charges relate to August 2018 news story amid lira meltdown
Troy Wolverton / Business Insider:
Sources: CNET is shutting down its quarterly print magazine, launched in 2014  —  - CNET is shutting down CNET Magazine, its quarterly print magazine, sources inside and outside the company told Business Insider.  — The company informed employees of the move at a meeting last month.
Discussion: Talking Biz News
Ashley Carman / The Verge:
Spotify rolls out an updated library tab for premium users, separating podcasts and music more clearly  —  Making room for podcasts  —  After at least a month of testing, Spotify is rolling out an updated library look for its premium users that will separate podcasts and music more clearly.
Gerry Smith / Bloomberg:
Vox Media Group ratifies its first union contract with WGA East, which guarantees minimum salaries of $56K/year and four months of parental leave  —  - Web publisher ratifies first collective bargaining agreement  — Accord includes revenue sharing for shows on Netflix and Hulu
Discussion: @vox_union
 
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NPPA:
Texas appeals court rules that a state entity can infringe copyright without being held responsible under the takings clause if the work is pirated entirely
Discussion: Houston Chronicle
Mariam Cheik-Hussein / AdNews:
After recent press raids by federal police, Australian media owners and journalists publish open letter seeking laws to protect whistleblowers and journalists
James Walker / Press Gazette:
The UK's Evening Standard and Independent may face a government inquiry after an investor with ties to the Saudi State bought a share in their parent companies
Charlotte Tobitt / Press Gazette:
iOS app Mogul News offers curated articles from FT, Bloomberg, and The Economist ad-free for £9.99/month, with a 7am briefing; Android, desktop versions to come
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The Intercept:
Sources: DarkMatter, a cybersecurity firm working for the UAE, discussed targeting The Intercept in 2016, though no evidence of an attack has been found