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8:05 AM ET, June 26, 2019

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Danny Hakim / New York Times:
The NRA is ceasing production of live content on NRATV and cutting ties to the ad firm that operated the site  —  The National Rifle Association has shut down production at NRATV.  —  The N.R.A. on Tuesday also severed all business with its estranged advertising firm, Ackerman McQueen …
Shawn McCreesh / New York Times:
Following tradition, even in toxic times, media toasted departing Press Secretary Sarah Sanders; “You'd better not say I was here,” one reporter said  —  “You'd better not say I was here,” said one White House reporter, who attended the awkward drinks at a nearby steakhouse.
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Kate Bennett / CNN:
Melania Trump announces that her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, will be both the next White House press secretary and the communications director
Alex Sherman / CNBC:
The Office will move from Netflix to NBC's new streaming service in 2021; a source says Netflix was willing to pay up to $90M/year, but NBC offered $100M  —  KEY POINTS  — NBC announced Tuesday it is taking back The Office from Netflix when the show's contract expires in 2021.
Sarah Schiff / Facebook:
Facebook now requires authorization of political and issue ad buyers in Ukraine and Canada, will do the same in Singapore and Argentina in the next few months  —  We believe that transparency leads to increased accountability and responsibility over time - not just for Facebook but advertisers as well.
Michael Calderone / Politico:
Media gears up for expected cat and mouse game of spotting 2020 deepfakes; the Washington Post launched a public guide to different types of manipulated video  —  A video of Republican Mitt Romney saying in 2012 that 47 percent of Americans were dependent on the government helped sink his presidential bid …
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
Restricted media access has left Americans largely in the dark about conditions for migrants housed in government facilities, as most accounts are secondhand  —  Overcrowded facilities.  Sick, filthy and hungry children sleeping on concrete floors.  Young children taking care of infants …
Nicholas Quah / Nieman Lab:
Andreas Wiseman / Deadline:
Disney hires Netflix's director of original film, Matt Brodlie, to head international content development for Disney+  —  EXCLUSIVE: Disney+ has flexed its muscle with the hire of Netflix's Director Of Original Film Matt Brodlie, we can reveal.  For once it is Netflix which is having its staff lured away.
Melissa Repko / Dallas Morning News:
Texas Monthly bought from private equity firm Genesis Park by billionaire oil and gas heiress Randa Duncan Williams for an undisclosed price  —  Texas Monthly — the “National Magazine of Texas” — has been bought by billionaire oil and gas heiress Randa Duncan Williams.
 
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Craig McMurtrie / ABC:
Australian Broadcasting Corporation has lodged an application with the Federal Court to prevent federal police from accessing material seized in recent raid
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Brian Koerber / Mashable:
Music sharing features in Instagram Stories have grown increasingly popular, making the platform a prime place for many users to discover new music
Ryan Broderick / BuzzFeed News:
TikTok's engagement mechanics facilitate predators, and tools for reporting abuse are inconsistent, so young women created an ad hoc system to out predators
Axios:
Parse.ly: online demand for Trump-related content has dropped 29% between the first 6 months of the presidency and the most recent 6 months
Sara Fischer / Axios:
LinkedIn says it will change its algorithm to favor posts that cater to niche professional interests as opposed to elevating viral content