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10:40 AM ET, March 2, 2017


 Top News: 
Source: Trump has sworn off Morning Joe as he cuts back on MSNBC and CNN; he remains an avid Fox viewer and watches CNBC for business news  —  President said to binge more on Fox News, avoid CNN, MSNBC  —  Lobbyist discusses buying ads on Trump's favorite TV shows
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
Committee to Protect Journalists, Freedom of the Press Foundation, and other organizations team up to launch a site tracking press freedom violations in the US  —  In the early days of his presidency, Donald Trump has called journalists the “enemy of the American people” (twice) …
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
To avoid perceived conflicts of interest, NPR issues new guidelines requiring its line editors to include funding disclosures in stories  —  Beginning today, rank-and-file journalists at NPR are responsible for making sure appropriate financial disclosures are made in their stories — and they have the information to make that happen.
Ed Meza / Variety:
Reed Hastings says Netflix has invested $1.75B+ into European productions and currently has 90+ original shows in development across Europe  —  BERLIN - Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said Wednesday that the company had invested more than $1.75 billion in European productions, including licensed programming …
Discussion: @variety and @juanpmoraless
Naomi Darom / Nieman Reports:
Israeli media, which has dealt with a hostile administration for years, offers tips to US press: don't rely on briefings, find good sources  —  Having dealt for years with a hostile and obfuscating administration, Israeli journalists have a few tips for their American colleagues
Brian Beutler / New Republic:
The response of political reporters and pundits to Trump's Congress speech was shameful and proved that media outlets have very short memories  —  The media's reaction to his speech to Congress was shameful.  —  By the time Mitt Romney selected him to be his running mate in 2012, Paul Ryan …
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism:
New Reuters Institute report on changes within newsrooms around the world: distributed publishing, chat bots, messaging apps, VR, more  —  How are news organisations creating editorial and commercial innovation in this period of rapid change?  —  In a new Reuters Institute report …
Mike Ives / New York Times:
Cambodian government threatens Voice of America, Radio Free Asia, other foreign outlets, citing Trump's barring of certain outlets from White House gaggle  —  HONG KONG — In a sign that President Trump's criticism of the news media may be having a ripple effect overseas …
John Williams / New York Times:
Kurt Andersen, a founding editor of Spy magazine, and Saturday Night Live's Alec Baldwin to write satirical book about Trump  —  A little more than a month into Donald J. Trump's presidency, it's safe to say that the satire business in America is booming.  Penguin Press announced today …
Tobi Elkin / MediaPost:
MediaRadar study of 13K brands: 37% of publishers in 2016 didn't comply with FTC native ad guidelines, and ad renewal rates are at 33% across sites  —  A new study finds that nearly 40% of publishers don't comply with native advertising guidelines set forth by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
Discussion: @cferengul, @zseward and @mediapost
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Kareem Shaheen / The Guardian:
German officials and others urge release of Deniz Yücel, a Turkish-German journalist for Die Welt jailed in Turkey on propaganda charges
Jon Lafayette / Broadcasting & Cable:
Discovery Communications and its Eurosport unit want to sell the mobile TV rights to the Olympic Games to cell phone companies
Discussion: Adweek
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PBS NewsHour:
PBS Newshour and the Washington Press Club Foundation announce the The Gwen Ifill/PBS NewsHour Journalism Fellowship for students
Dennis Romero / LA Weekly:
Sources: the 6+ staff laid off at Los Angeles Magazine were all women, including Editor-in-Chief Mary Melton
Caroline Scott /
Inside Norway's largest media firm Amedia and how it boosted subs to 25% of the nation's adult population with a log-in system that offers access to all 62 pubs
Tatiana Siegel / Hollywood Reporter:
Sources: Disney CEO Bob Iger is considering running for President in 2020 as a Democrat