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10:30 AM ET, June 21, 2019

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The Atlantic:
Bob Cohn, president of The Atlantic magazine since 2014, is stepping down on September 7  —  Below is the full text of a memo from Atlantic Media Chairman David G. Bradley announcing that, after nearly 11 years at The Atlantic, president Bob Cohn has decided to leave the company this fall.
Discussion: Folio, The Daily Caller and Adweek
Natasha Lomas / TechCrunch:
In a report, the ICO, UK's data protection regulator, says the real time bidding ad industry is undermining GDPR and failing to protect sensitive personal data  —  The online behavioural advertising industry is illegally profiling Internet users.  —  That's the damning assessment …
Keith J. Kelly / New York Post:
Sources: at least seven Ebony magazine employees were fired after they refused to work due to payroll delays  —  Ebony and Jet magazines have been laying off their remaining editorial staff en masse after failing to make payroll last month — the latest in a long line of slights suffered …
Discussion: The Root and @adriennewrites
Ashley Rodriguez / Business Insider:
A CBS-Viacom merger would bolster both to compete with Netflix and Disney, but saddles CBS with networks like Nickelodeon, which lost ~30% of viewers in 2018  —  - After 13 years apart, CBS is preparing a bid to buy its sister company, Viacom, The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
Discussion: @ashleyrreports and @lmoses
Joe Pompeo / Vanity Fair:
Aaron Freedman / American Prospect:
A look at how Koch funding is fueling the “free speech warriors” like Jordan Peterson who want free speech for the right and censorship of those on the left  —  Charles Koch speaks in his office at Koch Industries in Wichita, Kansas.  —  There is a war on free speech, and the front lines are YouTube ads.
Adrianne Pasquarelli / Ad Age:
Outdoors retailer REI is launching Uncommon Path, a quarterly print magazine in partnership with Hearst, to start publication in the fall  —  Retailer is working with Hearst on a new quarterly called Uncommon Path  —  No stranger to the unconventional, REI is at it again …
Discussion: Featured News and MediaPost
Christine Schmidt / Nieman Lab:
A look at Pico, a CRM for media companies that manages and stores payments, aggregates engagement, and which has raised $4.5M from Axel Springer and others  —  “They said: 'We don't have a CRM.  We have a plugin that manages who's paid, and we have Mailchimp to email people.' Honestly …
Discussion: Strange Attractor and @azirulnick
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
DOD's three-minute briefing with no questions after downing of drone marks the first time in over a year that a DOD official has addressed the press on camera  —  With the United States on the brink of a potential military conflict with Iran on Thursday, the Pentagon decided to say . . . well, almost nothing.
Aditi Sangal / Digiday:
Interview with Sarah Personette, Twitter's VP of global client solutions, on brand safety, election integrity, and the company's openness to more regulation  —  In the last year, Twitter and Facebook have been scrutinized for the lack of brand-safe environments for advertisers.
Discussion: @jason_kint
 
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Laurie Sullivan / MediaPost:
Branded content project: among nearly 40 local news organizations, 23.1% generated $10K-$100K, 20.5% generated $1M-$5M in 2018 from branded content
Stephen Gregory / The Epoch Times:
The Epoch Times publisher says NBC reporters have been asking “inappropriate” questions of staff about the publication's Trump coverage and ties to Falun Gong
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Marc Malkin / Variety:
Film and television critics associations form a coalition, Critics Groups for Equality in Media, to foster greater diversity in entertainment journalism
Lukas I. Alpert / Wall Street Journal:
News sites across the political spectrum, from the Daily Caller to AlterNet, form the Digital News Alliance, an ad network to target politically engaged readers