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11:05 AM ET, March 27, 2017

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Analysis finds ads for big brands placed on politically extreme and derogatory content across the web, highlighting broader issues with programmatic advertising  —  As the owner of a small business in liberal Massachusetts, John Ellis was a natural sympathizer of the nationwide call …
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Joe Goldman / DemocracyFund:
The Democracy Fund and First Look Media announce $12M+ in grants to support the press, including $3M each to ProPublica, the Center for Investigative Reporting  —  At a time when news organizations find themselves under attack, the Democracy Fund along with our partners at First Look Media …
Joe Concha / The Hill:
Former Obama White House press secretary Josh Earnest named political analyst for NBC News and MSNBC  —  Former White House press secretary Josh Earnest has been named an NBC News and MSNBC political analyst.  —  The announcement was made Monday morning on MSNBC's “Morning Joe.”
Richard Johnson / Page Six:
Sources: Tomi Lahren now permanently off Glenn Beck's TheBlaze after declaring herself pro-choice  —  MORE FROM: … Tomi Lahren won't be appearing on Glenn Beck's multiplatform network, TheBlaze, anymore.  —  Sources say Lahren — who was suspended last week after flip-flopping on abortion …
Maggie Haberman / New York Times:
Sources: White House press official Boris Epshteyn, a college friend of Eric Trump's known for tangling with TV network staff, is let go from press job  —  Boris Epshteyn, an official in the White House press office who had a contentious relationship with television producers and was once …
The Atlantic:
The Atlantic is opening an international bureau in London, which will be led by National Correspondent James Fallows who will be the mag's first Europe editor  —  Washington, D.C. (March 27, 2017)—The Atlantic today announced a major expansion across the Atlantic, with plans for 10 editorial …
Patricia Hernandez / Kotaku:
PewDiePie reflects on anti-semitism scandal, which led to online harassment of a WSJ reporter who bylined the article that brought the scandal to light  —  It's been a little over a month since the blow-up surrounding Felix ‘Pewdiepie’ Kjellberg, and the Wall Street Journal report leading to the cancellation of his premium show.
 
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