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9:25 PM ET, June 15, 2016


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Nick Denton / Gawker:
Gawker Media will be fine in the long run, and its legal battles have exposed the imbalance of power when covering Silicon Valley  —  Perhaps the most embarrassing aspect of filing for bankruptcy is the well-meaning condolence note from a friend.  “I'm so sorry,” more than one has written.
Matt Drange / Forbes:
Conservative blogger and infamous internet troll Chuck C. Johnson uncertain about continuing defamation suit against Gawker; hearing planned Thursday  —  On Thursday, one of the stranger lawsuits against Gawker Media is expected to come to an end inside a Fresno, Calif. courthouse.
Adrian Chen / New Yorker:
Ex-Gawker writer Adrian Chen recounts his time writing for the site, points to its history of public interest journalism  —  At 8 p.m. on October 27, 2009, I sat at my desk in the hallway that I used as an office in my Brooklyn apartment and stared at a blank field on my computer screen …
Tom Corrigan / Wall Street Journal:
Lawyers for Gawker and Hulk Hogan agree to “complete standstill” on litigation for a month; bankruptcy judge OKs Gawker's use of emergency funding  —  Judge tells wrestler's lawyer to stand down on threat of more litigation for media company's CEO
Maria Chutchian / Forbes:
Judge to rule Wednesday on whether bankruptcy court's protection for Gawker extends to Nick Denton
Discussion: The Wrap
Peter Sterne / Politico:
A list of the ten separate lawsuits Gawker is currently fighting
Discussion: Forbes and Newser
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
Pew State of the News Media Report: big platforms hog 65% of digital ad revenue but are dependent on news outlets for content  —  The 13th annual Pew Research State of the News Media Report documents another year of alarming declines for newspapers — the worst since the 2008-2009 recession.
Shirley Halperin / Billboard:
Q&A with Apple's Iovine, Reznor, Cue, and Kondrk on Apple Music, Beats 1, and YouTube's “disingenuous” business model, and more  —  Eddy Cue, Apple senior vice president of internet software and services, helps introduce the new iOS software at an Apple event …
Kelsey Sutton / Politico:
BuzzFeed fires two producers, Jenny Lorenzo and Brittany Ashley, over appearing in a web-series, citing contract clause most video staff are asked to sign  —  Two popular producers and personalities for BuzzFeed — Jenny Lorenzo, a writer, producer and actor for the company's English-speaking …
Joe Nocera / New York Times:
By creating a market for on-demand TV, Netflix spawned its own competitors and is struggling to survive, with a negative cash flow of nearly $1B  —  It helped to develop all the new ways we watch TV — on-demand, bingeing, mobile.  But the Silicon Valley company still has to keep reinventing itself.
Discussion: Fortune and Business Insider
Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
“It kept coming back to our long-term independence”: FOIA site MuckRock goes nonprofit  —  MuckRock, a collaborative news site that helps journalists as well as interested citizens with Freedom of Information Act requests, announced Wednesday that it's received 501(c)(3) status — in other words, it's going the nonprofit route.
Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
Presidential candidate Donald Trump says he will not revoke press credentials of reporters if elected, as he has done with Washington Post, other news outlets  —  While Donald Trump's campaign is refusing to give press credentials to reporters from The Washington Post and several other news outlets …
Ciara Nugent / New York Times:
Paris-based Librarie des Puf holds no books, instead printing titles on customer request from a 3M-title catalog in as little as five minutes  —  PARIS — Gauthier Charrier, a graphic design student, stepped inside one of Paris's newest bookstores and wondered, “Where are all the books?”
Anthony Ha / TechCrunch:
Tim Mahlman, head of AOL's publisher tools, takes charge of the company's ad-tech business too  —  AOL executive Tim Mahlman is getting a promotion.  —  The titles might not sound all that different — Mahlman was previously AOL's president of publisher platforms, and now he's president of AOL platforms.
Discussion: Adweek and AdExchanger
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Sarah Kessler / Fast Company:
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Discussion: Mashable
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