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6:15 PM ET, April 4, 2017


 Top News: 
New York Times:
Eight companies have now pulled ads from Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor amid sexual harassment accusations against Bill O'Reilly, including BMW North America  —  Fox News was facing a major advertising revolt on Tuesday as companies wary of the sexual harassment accusations against Bill O'Reilly continued …
Kelefa Sanneh / New Yorker:
Profile of Tucker Carlson, whose recent ascension at Fox News is one of the most unlikely comebacks in the annals of cable TV  —  On Fox News, an unlikely star thrives in the tumult of Trump-era politics.  —  Tucker Carlson started wearing a bow tie in 1984, when he was in tenth grade at St. George's …
Discussion: The Week and Axios
Dylan Byers / CNNMoney:
Current and former employees at Fox News say women fear speaking up about sexual harassment and do not have faith company will enforce zero tolerance policy
Micah Singleton / The Verge:
Spotify signs new licensing agreement with Universal Music Group, will restrict new albums from Universal artists to its premium service for up to two weeks  —  As part of its new licensing agreement with Universal Music Group  —  Spotify has agreed to a new licensing agreement with Universal Music Group …
Jonathan Mahler / New York Times:
Behind the symbiosis between President Trump and CNN's Jeff Zucker, which thrives as the border between news and entertainment blurs  —  Inside the strange symbiosis between Jeff Zucker and the president he helped create.  —  At 3:58 on a recent Wednesday afternoon in Washington …
Kate Stanhope / Hollywood Reporter:
Law and Order: SVU episode inspired by the Roger Ailes scandal to air on April 26
Discussion: @sarahlellison and @thr
Eric Lach / New Yorker:
How a New York-based hyperlocal blogger, Katia Kelly, beat the New York Times to a scoop about one of Paul Manafort's real estate deals  —  Katia Kelly has lived in the Carroll Gardens neighborhood of Brooklyn for three decades.  About ten years ago, when she was in her mid-forties …
Discussion: @sopandeb and @newyorker
Over 60 fake news sites are still earning revenue from major advertising networks, including Google AdSense and Revcontent  —  “As long as the traffic is real and the ads are being served to real people," ad networks will accept fake news sites, according to one publisher.  —  BuzzFeed Open Lab Fellow
Discussion: The Wrap
Steven Perlberg / BuzzFeed:
Sources: The Atlantic's White House correspondent Rosie Gray inked a $350K deal with Harper Collins for a book about Breitbart  —  The Atlantic's Rosie Gray is writing a book about Breitbart News, while Bloomberg Businessweek's Joshua Green is working on one about conservative populism.
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Mike Masnick / The Verge:
How a new bill that seeks to make the Register of Copyright a president-appointed position would end a 120-year status quo and benefit the RIAA, MPAA  —  A new bill undoes over 100 years of history  —  On March 23rd, Reps. Bob Goodlatte and John Conyers introduced a controversial bipartisan bill …
Discussion: hypebot, Techdirt and @reckless
Eric Garcia / Roll Call:
Former GOP Senator Kelly Ayotte joins News Corp.'s board of directors  —  Former Sen. Kelly Ayotte was elected to the board of directors for the Rupert-Murdoch-owned News Corp. The New Hampshire Republican served one term in the Senate before losing to Democrat Sen. Maggie Hassan in a squeaker last year.
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Charlie Warzel / BuzzFeed:
How Trump insiders reward pro-Trump media figures including Mike Cernovich, who earlier spread Pizzagate rumors and false theories of a Hillary Clinton illness
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For some journalists, the Panama Papers project brought fame and success, but others faced death threats, legal action, and being fired
Arab News:
Arab News says columnist Andrew Bowen demanded removal of his pro-Clinton posts to help obtain a Trump administration job, and will discontinue his column
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Tony Romm / Recode:
White House confirms Trump has signed bill into law that allows ISPs to sell customers' browsing history without user permission
Business Insider:
The digital media division of Verizon, which will include Yahoo, AOL, and The Huffington Post after the Yahoo deal closes, will be named Oath