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10:45 AM ET, May 9, 2017

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Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
Discovery Communications Q1: earnings of $215M, down 18% YoY, revenue up 3% to $1.61B, US ad revenue up 1%, and a slight decline in subscribers  —  CEO David Zaslav and his team unveil the cable networks company's latest financials.  —  Discovery Communications, the company behind …
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Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
Discovery CEO Zaslav says US TV market does not offer consumers a “true” skinny bundle, as current offerings are priced at $40 instead of in the $8-$12 range  —  David Zaslav says time will bring really low-priced limited bundles like in international markets over time as current offers are …
Ginger Adams Otis / New York Daily News:
Two more Fox News employees joined the race discrimination lawsuit on Monday, accusing the network of “plantation-style management”  —  Two more Fox News employees joined a race discrimination lawsuit Monday against the network, its parent company and two high-ranking executives.
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Press Association:
Rupert Murdoch ‘not worried’ about Fox News despite sexual harassment claims  —  Rupert Murdoch has said he is “not worried” about Fox News despite allegations of sexual harassment at the broadcaster.  —  The billionaire head of 21st Century Fox, which owns Fox News, said there was “nothing happening” at the station.
Discussion: Mediaite
David Leonhardt / New York Times:
In contrast with American journalists' approach to the Clinton email story, French journalists exercised sound judgement in covering the Macron leak  —  The hacked emails from Emmanuel Macron's French campaign appear to be spectacularly mundane, according to people who have read them.
Discussion: AOL
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Rachel Donadio / New York Times:
The Macron hack had little effect on the French election likely due to bereft coverage and an absence of a robust right-wing broadcast media  —  PARIS — French readers awoke on Monday to headlines about its young president-elect, Emmanuel Macron, and his decisive defeat of the far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
Reuters names its first Rust Belt correspondent, its national affairs writer Tim Reid; he'll cover America's Midwest and Southeast, rotating through cities  —  After Donald Trump's election, the media whipped itself in public for failing to recognize just how much support he had outside of America's biggest cities.
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
Financial news site TheStreet posts Q1 loss of $1.2M, down from $3.4M last year, with revenue falling 5% to $15.3M; company may have stock delisted from Nasdaq  —  Financial news site TheStreet.com reported Tuesday a lower first quarter loss than a year ago due to cutting expenses, meeting Wall Street expectations.
Katie Rogers / New York Times:
Profile of Judy Woodruff, who has been covering Washington since 1977 and is now anchoring PBS NewsHour, with viewership up 20% YoY  —  WASHINGTON — It had already been a long day, but Judy Woodruff wasn't in the mood to slow down.  —  Ms. Woodruff, the anchor of “PBS NewsHour,” …
Kristen Hare / Poynter:
The Minneapolis Star Tribune has digitized every article since 1867, charging $7.99 for 30-day access and $29.95 for a six-month subscription  —  On Friday, Jan. 5, 1979, Prince made page 1D of the Minneapolis Star.  —  The piece about the 19-year-old singer's return to Minneapolis was below the fold, under a piece about Disney.
 
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Eriq Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:
Richard Simmons sues National Enquirer, Radar Online, and American Media, Inc. for libel and invasion of privacy over “cruel and malicious” sex-change stories
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Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
Post-election in France, the Google-and-Facebook-backed fact-checking project, CrossCheck, is reviewing its work before deciding what's next
Discussion: Forbes and @charliebeckett
Max Willens / Digiday:
Financial news network Cheddar, exploring additional revenue streams, creates a series of online courses for Strayer University
Discussion: @bobbierman