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8:35 AM ET, May 19, 2016

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Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
Zuckerberg meets with conservative leaders, calls for conversation to rebuild trust following concerns about bias in Trending Topics  —  A-list conservative commentators and leaders did a lot of talking and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg did a lot of listening at an unusual meeting on Wednesday afternoon.
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Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
PRX launches RadioPublic, a company that aims to redefine audio with a new app; investors include the New York Times, Graham Holdings  —  By now, media types can recite by name companies that have been spawned by the so-called “great podcast renaissance.”  Panoply.  Gimlet.  Pineapple Street Media.
Patrick Thibodeau / Computerworld:
Tribune Publishing laying off up to 200 IT employees, shifts work to India's Tata Consultancy  —  Tribune Publishing Co., a major newspaper chain, is laying off as many as 200 IT employees as it shifts work overseas.  —  The firm, which owns the Los Angeles Times, The Baltimore Sun …
Discussion: LA Observed and @dcgov
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Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
Source: Guardian disbands six-strong team of investigative reporters as journalists told to find other roles  —  The Guardian is looking to break up its current investigations team - with reporters told to look for other journalism roles in the organisation.
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Meg James / Los Angeles Times:
Charter purchase of Time Warner Cable and Bright House complete, Spectrum brand name to be phased in  —  A Time Warner Cable truck in New York.  Charter Communications has completed its purchase of the provider and plans to phase out the name.  (Mark Lennihan / Associated Press)
Roberto Baldwin / Engadget:
New interactive map from Facebook allows users to find live videos from different countries  —  Facebook's Live Video feature just got global thanks to an interactive map that's rolling out on the site.  If you're looking for a stream from a random stranger you can either choose …
The New York Times Company:
Elizabeth Spayd, CJR editor and publisher, named as New York Times public editor, to begin in summer  —  Elizabeth Spayd has been named public editor of The New York Times, it was announced today by Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., The Times's publisher.  Ms. Spayd will join The Times later this summer …
Anna Dannreuther / RightsInfo:
UK Supreme Court upholds injunction in celebrity threesome case, rules identities must remain private  —  The Supreme Court has refused to lift the injunction currently protecting the privacy rights of a well-known individual in the entertainment industry and their family.
Adi Robertson / The Verge:
Google unveils Daydream, its Android VR platform, with partners including NYT, WSJ, Netflix, HBO, IMAX, NBA; first Daydream-ready devices expected this fall  —  Accompanying the announcement of its Daydream mobile virtual reality initiative, Google is revealing a few of the experiences that people might have with its new VR headset.
Erica Berry / Columbia Journalism Review:
ProPublica added a warning to its Prescriber Checkup database because analytics showed some visitors may have been seeking easy access to opioids  —  From the possibility of terrorists using encrypted apps to file-sharing software co-opted for pirated media, the gatekeepers of new technology …
Discussion: www.wnyc.org
 
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Dietmar Schantin / INMA:
Indian newspapers use localized editions to keep the value of print while digital focus is on social media engagement
Discussion: Nieman Lab and TechCrunch
Sam Magdy / Associated Press:
Egypt drafts media law requiring $50K in capital, threatening independent online startups
Humeyra Pamuk / Reuters:
Turkish journalist Arzu Yildiz gets 20-month jail sentence, loses guardianship of her children after conviction for uploading video in 2015
Discussion: Middle East Eye
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Suzanne Vranica / Wall Street Journal:
ESPN's new Live Connect ad tech serves web visitors ads tailored on data about favorite players and teams, including recent game outcomes
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Tim Nudd / Adweek:
Why Facebook's Lovely New VR Film, Shot in Grand Central, Is So Unlike Most 360° Videos