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6:20 AM ET, July 13, 2017

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Washington Post:
Sources: to defend Donald Trump Jr., GOP operatives are going to try and discredit the reporters covering the story, using conservative media to attack them  —  The White House has been thrust into chaos after days of ever-worsening revelations about a meeting between Donald Trump Jr …
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Oliver Darcy / CNNMoney:
How pro-Trump media reacted to Donald J. Trump Jr.'s emails, based on internal Slack chatter at Breitbart, Fox broadcasts, and more  —  Donald Trump Jr. released emails moments before N.Y. Times report  —  Raheem Kassam, editor-in-chief of Breitbart London, reacted to the story …
Tom Ley / The Concourse:
Feeding Resistance hysteria: when a freelancer who is an assistant professor of creative writing piggybacks on NYT reporters' work, ignore him  —  Yesterday, Donald Trump Jr., in an attempt to undercut a New York Times story that was minutes away from being published, tweeted out images …
McClatchy Washington Bureau:
Sources: investigators are examining whether Trump's digital operation, run by Jared Kushner, helped guide Russia's fake news attacks on Clinton in 2016  —  WASHINGTON  —  Investigators at the House and Senate Intelligence committees and the Justice Department are examining whether …
Mitchell Armentrout / Chicago Sun Times:
Chicago Sun-Times and Chicago Reader to be sold to an investment group that includes a coalition of local unions and former alderman Edwin Eisendrath  —  An investor group led by former Chicago Ald.  Edwin Eisendrath and the Chicago Federation of Labor is poised to purchase the Chicago Sun-Times.
Newsday:
Newsday could not find 109 sources in 77 stories by police reporter Kevin Deutsch after a review of 600 stories, is attaching editor's note to stories online  —  Newsday undertook an extensive, four-month review of reporting by Kevin Deutsch, who covered law enforcement from April 2012 to September 2016.
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Emily Peck / HuffPost:   WSJ parent Dow Jones announces a target of 40% women in executive ranks, pay adjustments and mentoring for 25 women, and hiring of diversity specialist
Khari Johnson / VentureBeat:
Facebook to gradually expand worldwide beta of display ads in Messenger's Home screen, which follow an auction-based model  —  Facebook Messenger will start to extend its home screen ads beta worldwide in the weeks ahead, Messenger head of product Stan Chudnovsky announced today.
Kristen Hare / Poynter:
Dana Canedy is the first woman and person of color to serve as the administrator of the Pulitzer Prizes  —  The Pulitzer Prizes announced Wednesday that journalist and Pulitzer Prize-winner Dana Canedy will be the next administrator of the annual journalism competition.
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Sean Captain / Fast Company:
Q&A with Evan Greer of the nonprofit Fight for the Future, who organized Wednesday's “Net Neutrality Day of Action”  —  Evan Greer is leading a coalition of the world's biggest internet companies to mobilize users to fight the Trump administration's rollback of rules.
Natalie Jarvey / Hollywood Reporter:
Digital publisher Thrillist names Ocean MacAdams, formerly head of GoPro's entertainment division, as its president, replacing co-founder Adam Rich  —  The one-time MTV executive will oversee video production efforts at the male-skewing online publisher.  —  Thrillist has tapped …
Discussion: @bmorrissey and @natjarv
Al Tompkins / Poynter:
NPR and union representing 400+ employees, SAG-AFTRA, call in federal mediator for the first time ever in contract talks  —  National Public Radio says contract talks with the SAG-AFTRA union that represents more than 400 on- and off-air NPR employees are “productive.”
Discussion: @inajaffenpr, @kvox and @hberkes
Betsy Reed / The Intercept:
First Look Media's press freedom fund is helping finance legal defense of Reality Winner, who's being prosecuted for allegedly leaking to its site The Intercept  —  The Intercept's parent company, First Look Media, has taken steps to provide independent support for the legal defense of Reality Winner …
Discussion: Common Dreams
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Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:   It's heartening that The Intercept is admitting mistakes, retraining staff, and financially supporting Reality Winner, who is charged under the Espionage Act
 
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