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1:00 PM ET, May 3, 2017

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Mark Zuckerberg:
Facebook to add 3,000 people to its community operations team to review reports of inappropriate content, after several videos of violent killings went viral  —  Over the last few weeks, we've seen people hurting themselves and others on Facebook -\-\ either live or in video posted later.
The New York Times Company:
The New York Times adds 308K digital news subscriptions in Q1, with overall revenue up 5% and digital ad revenue up 19% YoY; operating profit rises to $29M  —  The New York Times Company announced today first-quarter 2017 diluted earnings per share from continuing operations of $.08 compared …
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Brian Flood / The Wrap:
The New York Times print ad sales dropped 17.9% YoY in Q1  —  The New York Times announced on Monday that print advertising revenue decreased 17.9 percent while digital advertising revenue increased 18.9 percent during the first quarter of 2017.  —  The company reported earnings per share of 11 cents, up a penny from 2016's Q1 take.
Discussion: Nieman Lab and TechCrunch
Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab:
Philadelphia's Lenfest Institute for Journalism has raised $26.5M from foundations and individuals, with founder Gerry Lenfest pledging $40M in matching funds  —  The institute, which owns the two Philadelphia dailies, also plans to introduce a fellowship program and award grants to help sustain local journalism.
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Hulu launches its live TV service, Hulu With Live TV, in beta; priced at $40 a month, ABC, CBS, Fox News, ESPN, and CNN are available on it  —  Streaming-video provider inks Scripps Networks deal for live, VOD  —  Hulu has officially unleashed its horse in the crowded virtual pay-TV race.
Cynthia Littleton / Variety:
HBO will pull its shows from Amazon's streaming service in mid-2018, when its current agreement ends, as it focuses on growing HBO Now's subscriber base  —  HBO has made the strategic decision to pull its library shows off of Amazon's streaming service after the current licensing pact ends …
Steven Perlberg / BuzzFeed:
Sources: ex-New York Observer EIC Elizabeth Spiers and politics and media researcher Peter Feld are trying to raise money to build a “Breitbart of the Left”  —  Elizabeth Spiers, the former Gawker and New York Observer editor is trying to fundraise for a new media company seeking to be the left's answer to Breitbart.
BuzzFeed:
White supremacist Richard Spencer is working with two alt-right media outlets in Sweden to launch a Breitbart competitor, the AltRight Corporation  —  STOCKHOLM — The white nationalist Richard Spencer is partnering with two Swedish outfits to create a company they hope will become a media giant …
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
Amazon Prime Video signs first look deal for documentaries from new nonprofit production company at UC Berkeley's Investigative Reporting Program  —  In 2001, “Frontline” aired a documentary by investigative reporting legend Lowell Bergman.  The movie, which chronicled the new cowboys of …
 
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Liana B. Baker / Reuters:
Scripps Networks buys online food publication Spoon University, in a bid to gain foothold among younger audiences; a source says the deal values Spoon at $10M
Breanna Edwards / The Root:
Reporter April Ryan, who works for American Urban Radio Networks, named the National Association of Black Journalists' journalist of the year 2017
Christian Shepherd / Reuters:
China's internet regulator, CAC, issues new rules, effective June 1, requiring online news services to be managed by party-sanctioned editorial staff
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American Press Institute:
Study: 53% of Americans pay for news, but 53% of digital subscribers have never paid for a print version; expertise, social cues, discounts drive subscriptions