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9:00 PM ET, February 6, 2017

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Philip Bump / Washington Post:
Speaking to the US Central Command, Donald Trump claims that the media intentionally covers up reports of terrorist attacks  —  Speaking to the United States' Central Command on Monday, President Trump went off his prepared remarks to make a truly stunning claim: The media was intentionally covering up reports of terrorist attacks.
Jordan Fabian / The Hill:
Sean Spicer says NYT owes President Trump an apology for story on POTUS about his early days in office saying it's “riddled with inaccuracies and lies”
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Reuters:
Kremlin demands apology from Fox News after host Bill O'Reilly calls President Vladimir Putin a killer, during interview with Donald Trump  —  The Kremlin said on Monday it wanted an apology from Fox News over what it said were “unacceptable” comments one of the channel's presenters …
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
Google adds anchor button on AMP pages, to help readers see and share publishers' real URLs  —  As promised, Google is making a change to how it displays Accelerated Mobile Pages, so that users can easily view and share links that lead directly to publishers' sites rather than to Google's copy of the content.
Gerry Smith / Bloomberg:
Vox Media names Trei Brundrett, architect of its Chorus CMS, as its first COO as its focus turns to video and native ads with video views in 2016 exceeding 2.5B  —  Trei Brundrett led team that built web publishing platform  —  Owner of the Verge, Recode has beefed up management, board
Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
Q&A with Gizmodo Media Group CEO Raju Narisetti, on layoffs at Fusion, the future of Gawker, and potential expansion into TV  —  “Think of all these sites as the digital, non-linear television arm of Univision.”  —  What exactly is Fusion? is a question many asked when the Univision …
First Draft News:
First Draft, Facebook, Google, and news organizations including AFP and Le Monde launch verification project CrossCheck, to tackle fake news in France  —  Today, we are proud to announce the launch of CrossCheck with Google News Lab.  CrossCheck is a collaborative journalism verification project …
Kristen Mascia / Cosmopolitan:
Despite claiming that she'd misspoken when referring to the “Bowling Green Massacre” on MSNBC, Kellyanne Conway also referred to it in an interview on Jan 29  —  Conway used the same wording in a conversation with Cosmopolitan.com on Jan. 29.  —  Kellyanne Conway took to Twitter …
Philly.com:
Sources: Philadelphia freelance journalist Emily Guendelsberger identified as the woman who infiltrated and may have secretly recorded a GOP retreat  —  Federal authorities have identified a Philadelphia journalist as the woman who infiltrated and might have secretly recorded a closed-door discussion …
Brooks Barnes / New York Times:
Janice Min is leaving The Hollywood Reporter to join Eldridge Industries in a media investment strategy role, a move that may foreshadow the Reporter's sale  —  LOS ANGELES — Janice Min, who has orchestrated a stunning turnaround at The Hollywood Reporter over the last seven years …
 
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Irish magazine Village has been criticized for publishing a cover photo of Trump with a target on his head, with the question “Why not?” accompanying it