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2:05 PM ET, April 13, 2017

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New York Times:
Sources: Murdochs mull O'Reilly's future at Fox News as they await probe results; ousting him may cause financial loss, but keeping him may damage reputation  —  Bill O'Reilly left Fox News this week for a long-planned vacation to Italy and the Vatican, with his fate in the hands …
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Peter Sterne / Politico:
Source: Tribune Media scraps plans for new national news site Tribune.com ahead of April 25 rollout and lays off more than 18 employees  —  The company also scrapped plans to relaunch Television Without Pity  —  On April 25, Tribune Media planned to launch a new national news site …
Ken Yeung / VentureBeat:
Instagram says Stories has 200M daily active users, passing 161M DAUs Snapchat reported in S1; update today brings selfie stickers, pinning stickers to videos  —  Instagram is seeing continued growth in the number of people using its Snapchat Stories-like feature.
Tamara Abraham / The Business of Fashion:
Saudi princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz has been fired from her role as EIC of Vogue Arabia; it is understood that a new editor has already been appointed  —  The Saudi princess has confirmed that she was fired as editor-in-chief of Vogue Arabia after only two issues.
Stefan Nicola / Bloomberg:
Facebook is publishing full-page ads in Germany's biggest papers advising readers how to detect fake news, amid mounting government pressure to curb its spread  —  Angela Merkel pressuring social media company to do more  —  Facebook Inc. published full-page ads in Germany's biggest …
Discussion: @stephaniebodoni
Gwilym Mumford / The Guardian:
Chinese researcher says the country is likely to increase Hollywood movie imports under forthcoming US trade pact  —  Donald Trump and Chinese premier Xi Jinping agree an increase in Hollywood imports, up from the current 34 a year, as part of recent trade talks
Montreal Gazette:
The Chronicle Herald has bought the newspaper and publishing assets of Transcontinental Media in Atlantic Canada, creating a new company, SaltWire Network  —  HALIFAX — Canada's oldest independent newspaper has bought the newspaper and publishing assets of Transcontinental Media in Atlantic Canada.
Kat Stoeffel / Hollywood Reporter:
A look at where the New York Observer stands amid rumors of a sale to American Media, as NYC power players weigh in on who should buy the paper  —  THR polled several of NYC's top power players for their thoughts.  —  Former employees of the New York Observer rang in 2017 by commencing a grim ritual …
Discussion: @harrysiegel, @harrysiegel and Adweek
Mike Shields / Wall Street Journal:
Snap to roll out “Snap to Store” tool, which lets brands measure if Snapchat geofilter ad campaigns drive users to specific locations  —  Newly public company rolls out ‘Snap to Store’ set of data and tools for advertisers  —  Snapchat once pledged not to be creepy with advertising.
Craig Silverman / BuzzFeed:
A new survey from BuzzFeed News and Ipsos Public Affairs found that 54% of American adults trust news they see on Facebook “only a little” or “not at all”  —  Facebook is an increasingly important source of news for American adults, but they can't seem to agree …
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Sources: Hulu's live TV service will likely cost $39.99 per month, with ads and access to Hulu's on-demand library  —  The pricing for Hulu's live TV service, a competitor with cable television - as well as a host of other streaming TV services like Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, DirecTV NOW …
Discussion: MacRumors, 9to5Mac and Motherboard
 
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Eli Rosenberg / New York Times:
Journalists at Gothamist and DNAinfo agree to unionize with Writers Guild of America East
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Hadas Gold / Politico:
At Newseum event, Kellyanne Conway appears to criticize Bannon's description of the media as “the opposition party” and praises NYT reporter Maggie Haberman