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2:45 PM ET, March 26, 2017


 Top News: 
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 …
Tess Townsend / Recode:
YouTube's ad mess gives advertisers leverage for what they really want: More data  —  Advertisers are tired of just trusting Google.  —  As far as advertisers are concerned, there are really only two ways to place ads online: The “open web” where you can track the ads, and “walled gardens” where you can't.
Diana Marszalek / Broadcasting & Cable:
Raycom Media TV stations in 23 markets return to AT&T's U-verse after going dark on March 15 in carriage dispute  —  The stations in 23 markets returned to the platform March 26  —  Raycom Media's TV stations lit up on AT&T U-verse Sunday for first time since going dark on the platform March 15.
Columbia Journalism Review:
How magazines like the Nation, Mother Jones, and Wired are balancing rigorous print tradition of fact-checking with the swift pace of digital publishing  —  Days after Kellyanne Conway uttered the now-infamous phrase “alternative facts” during a TV interview, Mother Jones magazine launched …
Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
Interview with Skift founder Rafat Ali on opportunities for business-focused media, producing robust journalism supported by ads, subscriptions, and events  —  Business information is the area of the media which offers the biggest opportunity for investors according to entrepreneur Rafat Ali.
Jennifer Schuessler / New York Times:
Behind the scenes at Merriam-Webster, which despite its reputation as a social media powerhouse is still a decidedly bricks-and-mortar operation  —  SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Merriam-Webster, the oldest dictionary publisher in America, has turned itself into a social media powerhouse over the past few years.
Discussion: Mashable
Walt Hickey / FiveThirtyEight:
How a translation error in the late 1800s led to The New York Times reporting about life on Mars  —  While the hard realities of Mars — it'll mess with our bodies, our minds and our spaceships — matter a whole lot when we consider traveling to the red planet, it's also worth thinking …
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
InfoWars' Alex Jones apologizes to Pizzagate restaurant's owner a day before becoming exposed to punitive damages in potential libel suit under Texas law  —  Alex Jones, the conspiracy-loving media personality, apologized Friday for his role in promoting “Pizzagate,” the baseless viral story …
Washington Post:
Journalism ethics lecture by Washington Post's Martin Baron: “We owe it to the public to steer society clear of the world that George Orwell imagined”  —  Executive Editor Martin Baron delivered the Oweida Lecture in Journalism Ethics to students and faculty at Penn State University.
Discussion: @sambrook and @sulliview
Steven Millward / Tech in Asia:
Taiwan's The News Lens, now with 6M readers across four editions in Chinese and English, adds a lifestyle sub-brand after securing Series B round  —  While the media industry flails and self-flagellates over fake news and the inscrutable powers of the Facebook newsfeed …
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