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5:35 PM ET, September 19, 2016

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Glenn Greenwald / The Intercept:
The Washington Post editorial board calls for prosecution of Edward Snowden, the paper's source for stories that won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for public service  —  Three of the four media outlets which received and published large numbers of secret NSA documents provided by Edward Snowden …
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
Interview with Joe Kahn, the new managing editor at The New York Times, on how the newsroom is changing, diversity, more  —  Journalism is now examining how it should treat Donald Trump.  Shouldn't we signal to readers high up in stories that he's a liar?  That he's a racist?
Stephen Battaglio / Los Angeles Times:
ESPN debuts first bilingual sports news show, Nación ESPN, aimed at US' growing audience of Latinos; show presented in English, but guests can speak Spanish  —  ESPN is launching its first bilingual sports news show, aimed at the growing audience of Latino viewers in the U.S. Starting Sept. 26 …
Janko Roettgers / Variety:
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Vice News reporter Alex Thompson was released around midnight following mid-afternoon arrest at Trump campaign event in Houston  —  Alex Thompson, a reporter for VICE News, was released from Houston Central Jail just after midnight central time Sunday morning.
Laura Prudom / Variety:
‘Game of Thrones’ Creators Reflect on Breaking Emmy Record, Spinoffs and Season 7  —  “Game of Thrones” ruled the 2016 Emmys with 12 wins, including awards for Best Drama Series, Best Directing (Miguel Sapochnik) and Best Writing (David Benioff and D.B. Weiss) for “Battle of the Bastards.”
Casey Newton / The Verge:
Twitter no longer counts photos, videos, GIFs, polls, and Quote Tweets against the 140-character tweet limit  —  Beyond 140 characters  —  Tweets are holding steady at 140 characters, but a variety of additions to your tweets will no longer count against that limit..As The Verge reported last week …
Mike Shields / Wall Street Journal:
Mic introduces Mic Bright ads, a new video ad product that allows advertisers to sponsor editorial videos on Facebook  —  New ‘Mic Bright’ ads are technically classified as branded content by Facebook  —  The millennial-targeting Web publisher Mic has introduced a new video ad product …
Discussion: @sapna, @tomfgoodwin and @jackmarshall
Maxwell Tani / Business Insider:
Profile of Joe Seales, CEO of Right Side Broadcasting Network, the website best known for its YouTube channel that live-streams almost every Donald Trump speech  —  FacebookLinkedinTwitterGoogle+ Reddit  —  Joe Seales was a stay-at-home dad between jobs.  Then he started watching Donald Trump's speeches.
Susanne Althoff / Wired:
In publishing, a new wave of big data startups are helping editors predict which books will land next on the New York Times bestseller list  —  Jodie Archer had always been puzzled by the success of The Da Vinci Code.  She'd worked for Penguin UK in the mid-2000s, when Dan Brown's thriller …
Discussion: @soumya1910 and @wired
Ricardo Bilton / Nieman Lab:
A profile of non-profit Nautilus, a science site that publishes one weekly issue with stories based around a one-word theme, and has a print mag with 6K subs  —  Nautilus might be the only science publication that pays philosophers to sit in on its pitch meetings.
Discussion: @janefriedman, @mmoyr and @nautilusmag
 
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