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4:35 AM ET, March 10, 2016

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Nick Madigan / New York Times:
Video deposition from former Gawker EIC Albert J. Daulerio suggesting sex videos of children over four could be newsworthy stuns courtroom  —  Gawker Editor's Testimony Stuns Courtroom in Hulk Hogan Trial  —  ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — A palpable sense of shock rippled through a courtroom …
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Max Read / New York Magazine:
Hulk Hogan-Gawker trial reminds one journalist about the dangers of jokes in internal, searchable, archived chats  —  Hulk Hogan Taught Me Never to Make a Bad Joke on Slack Again  —  Thanks to the Hogan lawsuit, my chat joke — and my co-worker's noble attempt to explain it to a lawyer — is now a matter of public record.
Hadas Gold / Politico:
Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski grabs arm of Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields, nearly bringing her to the ground  —  Trump campaign manager gets rough with Breitbart reporter  —  Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski forcibly yanked Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields …
Lizzie Dearden / The Independent:
Buckingham Palace launches official complaint over Sun front page claiming Queen supports Brexit  —  Buckingham Palace has complained to the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso) about a report in the Sun newspaper which claimed that the Queen had voiced strong Eurosceptic views.
Matt Novak / Gizmodo:
Wired Keeps Calling Trump ‘Someone With Tiny Hands’ Due to a Chrome Extension Error  —  Wired published an embarrassing correction to a story by Jason Tanz about Donald Trump today.  Apparently he or his editors had a Chrome extension turned on that changed every mention of “Donald Trump” to “Someone With Tiny Hands.”
Brent Lang / Variety:
Sources: Sean Parker's The Screening Room pitches industry on service offering home movie rentals on theatrical release day, $50 per view, $150 for set-top box  —  Studios, Exhibitors Consider Revolutionary Plan for Day-and-Date Movies at Home (EXCLUSIVE)  —  Tech mogul Sean Parker pitches industry …
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Twitter updates Moments for better mobile browsing by sending users to AMP-powered pages  —  Twitter Moments, the feature that's meant to highlight the best of Twitter in a more magazine-like format, has so far failed to incite further user growth, as was initially hoped.
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Fresco News teams with FOX to bring citizen journalism to local newsrooms around the U.S.  —  Crowdsourced journalism startup Fresco News has just scored a notable partnership which will bring photo and video footage shot by ordinary citizens to several local Fox newsrooms around the U.S. Using …
Chris O'Brien / VentureBeat:
YouTube cofounder Steve Chen launches Nom, a livestreaming service that's Twitch for food shows  —  Ladies and gentlemen, start your mixers!  —  Trying to tap the growing popularity of live video streaming and online food communities, YouTube cofounder Steve Chen has unveiled Nom.
Jason Leopold / VICE News:
It Took a FOIA Lawsuit to Uncover How the Obama Administration Killed FOIA Reform  —  The Obama administration has long called itself the most transparent administration in history.  But newly released Department of Justice (DOJ) documents show that the White House has actually worked aggressively behind …
Michael Forsythe / New York Times:
Caixin highlights government censoring its Chinese-language site by publishing exposé on its English-language site, raising questions about press control  —  Chinese Publication, Censored by Government, Exposes Article's Removal  —  A news organization led by one of China's …
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Kristen Hare / Poynter:
The Dallas Morning News is reorganizing its newsroom to focus on digital, doing away with beats, changing meeting times, and training journalists  —  At The Dallas Morning News, becoming truly digital means starting over  —  DALLAS — Inside the third-floor newsroom, The Dallas Morning News looks like a lot of American newspapers.
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Viceland to launch in the UK and Ireland on Sky and Now TV in September  —  Vice to launch TV channel on Sky in UK  —  24-hour Viceland is the first of 12 planned services across Europe  —  Vice Media has struck a non-exclusive deal to launch a TV channel on Sky in the UK and Ireland, its first channel launch in Europe.
 
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Google received 19M DMCA takedown requests last week, growing from 8M in 2015 and 6M in March 2014
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Joshua Brustein / Bloomberg Business:
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Alex Spence / Politico:
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Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
Hoping to make audio more shareable, WNYC introduces “audiograms” for social media
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Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
Sky Invests $45 Million in Southeast Asian Streaming Service iflix