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1:10 PM ET, April 22, 2017

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Jessica Davies / Digiday:
The Guardian confirms it has stopped publishing its articles to Apple News and Facebook Instant Articles  —  Publishers aren't happy with the deal platforms are cutting them.  Now, the Guardian has dropped both Facebook's fast-loading Instant Article format and will no longer publish content on Apple News.
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
YouTube says 12M videos, including those with LGBTQ+ topics, are now available in Restricted Mode after fix, adds way to report videos wrongly excluded  —  YouTube today claims to have fixed an issue with its service that was causing it to incorrectly filter content in “Restricted Mode” …
Dylan Byers / CNNMoney:
Sources: James Murdoch's discomfort with Fox's editorial approach will not cause him to change its programming and risk tampering with profits  —  Ex-Fox analyst: Bill O'Reilly was untouchable  —  What is Fox News without Roger Ailes and Bill O'Reilly?  —  That is the billion-dollar question surely …
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Joseph Bernstein / BuzzFeed:
In relentless tweeting since Inauguration Day, Louise Mensch has accused at least 210 people or organizations of being under Russian government influence  —  Since last November's election, the former British politician Louise Mensch has transformed herself into the leader …
Mark Bergen / Bloomberg:
Sources: Google and partners in Coalition for Better Ads are working on a tool designed for publishers to filter some ads; IAB head says tool isn't ad blocker  —  A Chrome feature to filter ads is coming — just don't call it an ad-blocker.  —  After seven months of work …
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The Guardian:
The Sun prints apology for Kelvin MacKenzie's column that compared mixed-race Everton footballer Ross Barkley to a gorilla  —  Former editor, who compared mixed-race Everton footballer to a gorilla, was suspended by newspaper  —  The Sun has published an apology to Ross Barkley …
Scott Sayare / The Guardian:
How Marine Le Pen used the French press to lead the far-right Front National into the political mainstream  —  Yet Marine Le Pen has managed to lead the far-right Front National into the political mainstream - and she couldn't have done it without the press
Harry A. Jessell / TVNewsCheck:
A day after FCC eased TV station ownership limits, Sinclair Broadcast Group announces acquisition of 14 TV stations in 8 markets from Bonten Media for $240M  —  The deal will add Bonten Media Group's 14 stations in eight markets that reach approximately 1% of the U.S. TV households.
 
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Jordain Carney / The Hill:
Four senators write Steve Bannon and White House ethics official, asking questions about Bannon's contacts with Breitbart News
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Sean Craig / Financial Post:
Postmedia and union reach deal saving 21 jobs out of 54 planned layoffs at Vancouver Sun and Province
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Ken Doctor / Nieman Lab:
Inside the Crimetown podcast and Providence Journal newspaper partnership: 16M downloads of season 1 for Crimetown; 5K-10K pageviews per week for the paper
Charlie Warzel / BuzzFeed:
In court, Infowars' Alex Jones says his company is “90% hard news”, compares himself to John Oliver and Stephen Colbert, and disputes the term “performance art”
Discussion: Mother Jones