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10:40 PM ET, July 24, 2016


 Top News: 
New York Times:
Interviews with about a dozen current and former Fox News employees show sexual harassment and intimidation went beyond Ailes  —  In 2006, after nearly a decade at CNN, Rudi Bakhtiar came to the Fox News Channel's headquarters in New York with a command of foreign policy …
Washington Post:
The fall of Roger Ailes: he built Fox News while fostering a boorish, tough-guy culture, and now 25 women are telling their stories, stretching back 5 decades  —  One day in early June, an embattled but determined news anchor, a public relations man and a group of attorneys settled …
Isaac Chotiner / Slate:
Q&A with Ailes' biographer Gabriel Sherman on the Murdoch family internal debates, a history of sexual harassment at Fox News, and the network's future  —  The nation's foremost Fox News beat reporter on what's going on behind the scenes at the cable news network.
Kara Swisher / Recode:
Sources: Yahoo informs others that Verizon has won the bidding process; $5B deal expected to be announced by Monday  —  Verizon and Yahoo are set to announce that they are striking an acquisition deal, according to sources close to the situation.  The news is expected by Monday, although that could come earlier or later.
New York Magazine:
In a year filled with doubts about the media, interviews with over 40 journalists show industry's greatest faults, most pressing challenges, and some optimism  —  BY THE MEDIA.  —  For decades, the pollsters at Gallup have been asking Americans if they trust their media.
New York Magazine:
Responses from 113 journalists on the state of media, covering broad range of topics including public distrust, business models, and the impact of social media  —  The notion of authority and accountability has been eroded by internet journalism which allows anybody to write anything.
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
Leaked emails show that CNN political commentator Maria Cardona shared a draft op-ed with DNC before she submitted it  —  On May 18, published a pro-Hillary Clinton op-ed by Maria Cardona, a CNN political commentator.  Titled “Why Sanders must take the high road,” …
Oliver Darcy / Business Insider:
Leaked emails reveal Politico reporter Kenneth Vogel made agreement to send copy of Clinton story to DNC before publication  —  An influential reporter at Politico made an apparent “agreement” with the Democratic National Committee to let it review a story about Hillary Clinton's fundraising machine …
Hadas Gold / Politico:
CNN and Donna Brazile mutually agree to suspend contributor contract as she steps in as interim chair of the Democratic National Committee  —  CNN has suspended Donna Brazile's contributor agreement as she takes the reins of the Democratic National Committee.
Micah Lee / The Intercept:
Edward Snowden and hacker Andrew Huang present designs for a device to monitor whether your iPhone's radios are transmitting when they are supposed to be off  —  In early 2012, Marie Colvin, an acclaimed international journalist from New York, entered the besieged city of Homs, Syria while reporting for London's Sunday Times.
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
Charlotte Agenda's app prominently features revenue-generating event listings and job ads in separate tabs next to a newsfeed  —  Until today, Charlotte Agenda hadn't yet launched a news app for a very simple reason: The company's founder, Ted Williams, didn't want it to be bad.
Discussion: @ted_williams and @lbstewart
Charlie Savage / New York Times:
Pentagon revamps Law of War Manual to better legally protect reporters engaged in battlefield news gathering  —  WASHINGTON — The Pentagon on Friday revised its manual for interpreting the international laws of war, adding language to protect reporters engaged in battlefield news gathering.
Discussion: @digiphile and @charlie_savage
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John Gapper / Financial Times:
Guardian Media Group to report full-year operating loss of £69M on Wednesday; jobs cuts exceeded target of 250 with 70 journalists taking voluntary redundancy
Jemma Brackebush / Digiday:
Zenith research: global internet ad spending will overtake TV in 2017, with 36% of market share versus TV's 35%
Discussion: @raju
Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
Q&A with Gannett Chief Content Officer Joanne Lipman on increasing video views, expanding virtual reality skills, and connecting USA Today to local news outlets
Guardian confirms it is reducing media coverage in print from two pages to one on Mondays; insiders expect less online coverage too
 Earlier Picks: 
Marc Schneider / Billboard:
Neil Young's Pono music store goes offline for several weeks as it switches from audio provider Omnifone to 7digital
Discussion: TechCrunch and Recode
Ignacio Carvajal / Yahoo:
Crime reporter in Veracruz, Pedro Tamayo Rosas, gunned down in front of family; eight officers testify in the investigation over allegedly slow police response
Michael O'Connell / Hollywood Reporter:
Republican convention broadcast and cable ratings: Trump speech attracted 31.5M viewers, slightly ahead of Romney in 2012, but less than McCain had in 2008
Joseph Cox / Motherboard:
WSJ reporter Maria Abi-Habib: DHS detained me and asked for my phones at the border checkpoint at Los Angeles airport
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
UK pop-up newspaper the New European, aimed at an anti-Brexit audience, sold an estimated 40K copies of first edition and made a profit
Discussion: Talking New Media