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7:45 PM ET, June 2, 2017

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Liz Spayd / New York Times:
In her final column, Liz Spayd says NYT's elimination of public editor position sends “ambiguous signal” and wonders if the paper is growing weary of criticism  —  There probably hasn't been a time in recent American history when the role of the media was more important than now.
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Kelly McBride / Poynter:
The New York Times erred by ending its public editor position because the job adds credibility in the face of wide efforts to discredit the media  —  No, New York Times!  Not the public editor!  Why, with trust in news organizations at an all-time low, would you cut the one position dedicated …
Eriq Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:
The $5.7B defamation lawsuit brought by Beef Products Inc. against ABC over “pink slime” reports goes to trial in South Dakota on Monday  —  A journey to South Dakota to hear arguments whether preconceived negative spin in the media should result in massive punishments.
Callum Borchers / Washington Post:
Four journalism groups ask congressional ethics office to investigate Greg Gianforte's alleged assault of Ben Jacobs and also ask Trump to denounce violence  —  Four groups representing journalists plan to call on Congress to investigate the alleged assault of a reporter by Rep.-elect Greg Gianforte …
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Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
Reader contributions to the Guardian US increased by 40% over recent weekly averages after journalist Ben Jacobs' altercation with candidate Greg Gianforte
Discussion: @chrislhayes
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George Slefo / Ad Age:
Google says it will preinstall an ad filter in Chrome starting early 2018 aimed at ads deemed “annoying” by the Coalition for Better Ads
Jack Marshall / Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Google will give publishers at least 6 months to prepare for a Chrome-based ad filter coming next year, offering a self-service tool for analyzing ads
Nick Vivarelli / Variety:
Interview with Nader Sobhan of iflix, which recently raised $90M to take on Netflix in emerging markets, on producing an original show in Arabic and censorship  —  After launching in Asia in 2015, streaming service iflix is positioning itself as a low-cost alternative to Netflix in emerging markets.
Dylan Byers / CNNMoney:
Q&A with Megyn Kelly, whose new Sunday night NBC show debuts June 4, on forthcoming interviews, the future of Fox News, and more  —  Megyn Kelly in 90 seconds  —  Megyn Kelly is managing expectations for her move to NBC — up to a point.  —  “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly,” …
Discussion: Real Stories
Callum Borchers / Washington Post:
Tax experts question relationship between DailyCaller.com and nonprofit Daily Caller News Foundation, which produces most of the content for the site  —  The Daily Caller is a media success story, a conservative news site that in seven years of existence has become one of the most called-upon outlets …
Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab:
The Wall Street Journal is shutting down its standalone What's News app on June 30 with plans to revamp its main news app  —  The Journal is the latest news organization to build a mobile-first secondary app as a user-interface playground — and then return focus to the core app.
Discussion: @s_m_i, @annett_tim, @s_m_i and @jbenton
Ed Christman / Billboard:
Music publisher Concord Bicycle Music acquires Imagem, paying what sources say is close to $600M and making Concord sixth largest music publisher in the world  —  Justin Timberlake during the 69th annual Cannes Film Festival at the Palais des Festivals on May 11, 2016 in Cannes, France.
Discussion: New York Times
Nick Muscavage / MY CENTRAL JERSEY:
New Jersey lawmakers introduce the Civic Information Consortium bill that would allocate $20M from the sale of NJ's public TV licenses to fund local journalism  —  TRENTON - A bill was introduced in the state Legislature on Thursday that would create a fund to promote innovative journalism and support local journalism in New Jersey.
Richard Horgan / Adweek:
Lifehacker makes new hires and launches parenting site Offspring, the second vertical launched in 2017 by Gizmodo Media Group  —  The first big content stamp applied by new EIC Melissa Kirsch  —  A couple of weeks before the Memorial Day weekend holiday, Lifehacker editor in chief Melissa Kirsch sent out the following email to staff.
Discussion: Offspring and @jmrivera02
 
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Joseph Bernstein / BuzzFeed:
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