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2:00 PM ET, May 15, 2017

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Shane Goldmacher / Politico:
Sources: WH aides are sharing a mix of fake and real news stories with Trump in an attempt to influence policy and bolster their standing within the Oval Office  —  The president rarely surfs the web on his own, but his staff have made a habit of slipping news stories on to his desk—including the occasional internet hoax.
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Charlie Warzel / BuzzFeed:
Some pro-Trump media figures like Mike Cernovich and Jack Posobiec seize control of the political news cycle by breaking significant, legitimate news  —  Last March, in a 60 Minutes segment on fake news, CBS's Scott Pelley introduced a vast new audience to Mike Cernovich …
Ben Schreckinger / Politico:
A look at the fallout from Fox News scandals that are already affecting politicians in NY and Va., and, sources say, may spill over to Bannon and Roger Stone  —  The metastasizing Ailes affair is spilling over into the politics of New York, Virginia and the White House.
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Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine:
Sources: Rupert Murdoch is interested in hiring WSJ editor Baker or Rebekah Brooks to run Fox News; key executives from the Ailes era are still at the network  —  When Rupert Murdoch left his office on a recent Monday afternoon, the 86-year-old mogul was ambushed by a BBC reporter seeking comment on the ongoing scandals at Fox News.
Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
As the Trump beat grows more chaotic and news cycles shorten, some news consumers tune out  —  Journalism has been called the first rough draft of history, but last week it felt more like an adrenaline-fueled doodle on Snapchat — scribbled in one frantic instant only to disappear the next.
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
After publishing a database of unofficial White House visitor logs based on public data, Politico debuts database API to expand cooperation with other news orgs  —  Andrew Restuccia wanted the answer to a simple question: Who was visiting the White House?  —  After doing some digging …
Mike Fleming / Deadline:
Brad Grey, the former CEO and Chairman of Paramount Pictures, has died of cancer at age 59  —  In a shocking development, it saddens me to report that Brad Grey has died at age 59.  His death, from cancer, comes months after his exit as chairman/CEO of Paramount Pictures, a job he held for 12 years.
Freddy Mayhew / Press Gazette:
UK PM Theresa May says that fake news is a “concern” and that she was a victim of misleading information on social media during her party's leadership campaign  —  Theresa May has said fake news “is a concern” as she revealed she had been a victim to “inaccurate” …
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
Survey by cable trade group NCTA shows 61% of Americans strongly or somewhat support net neutrality rules, 51% say net shouldn't be considered a public utility  —  NCTA touts opposition to price caps—which don't exist for home Internet.  —  As US cable companies push to eliminate …
Discussion: JFoss Blog and Consumerist
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Facebook updates Live video policy to address misleading uses including livestreamed polls with deceptive background images  —  Facebook is banning misleading uses of its Live video format.  The company tells TechCrunch that it's adding a section to its Live API Facebook Platform Policy that reads …
Discussion: @kantrowitz
 
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Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab:
Vox and ProPublica partner to create one-year fellowship for a video producer, based in Vox's newsroom, making videos based on ProPublica's reporting
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Public radio stations look for new funding sources after signs that future Corporation for Public Broadcasting support is not guaranteed
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Ian Burrell / The Drum:
Interview with Euronews CEO Michael Peters as the European 24-hour broadcaster splits its multi-language channel into 12 customized-by-language channels
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