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5:35 AM ET, August 24, 2017

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Michael Calderone / HuffPost:
Trump follows long autocratic tradition by saying journalists “don't like our country” and are “trying to take away our history and heritage”  —  “This was incitement, plain and simple” ABC News correspondent Cecilia Vega said following Trump's Phoenix rally.
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HuffPost:
During a rally in Phoenix, Trump had harsher criticisms for the press than he did for the white supremacists at Charlottesville but praised Fox News and Hannity  —  Trump accused the media “of trying to take away the history and our heritage.”  —  President Donald Trump went after journalists during …
Michael M. Grynbaum / New York Times:
In late-night emails, Wall Street Journal Editor Gerard Baker criticized staff for coverage of Trump rally, describing story as commentary, not reporting  —  Gerard Baker, the editor in chief of The Wall Street Journal, has faced unease and frustration in his newsroom over his stewardship …
Kristen Hare / Poynter:
The health of the alt-weekly sector remains mixed as some abandon print and some die, while local online independent sites may be growing  —  In 2009, the Association of Alternative Newsmedia had 135 alt-weeklies in its membership, according to Pew Research Center.  —  In 2015, that group had 117 members.
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Annalies Winny / The Guardian:
How some alt-weeklies without benefactors are setting up nonprofit arms to save local journalism across the US  —  An epidemic of free alternative newspaper closures has left many US cities with no local journalism at all.  Is it too late to save them?  —  Cities is supported by  —  About this content
Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
ESPN faces criticism over decision to remove announcer Robert Lee from University of Virginia home football game because of his name  —  University of Virginia holds vigil  —  By trying to avoid an embarrassing ordeal, ESPN has embarrassed itself.  —  On Tuesday night …
Brandon Shulleeta / Poynter:
SEC filing: Ross Levinsohn, new CEO and publisher of LA Times, will get starting salary of $1M, Tronc stock, and potential bonuses  —  The new CEO and publisher of the Los Angeles Times will have a starting salary of $1 million, and he's positioned to make much more depending on the financial success …
Discussion: LA Observed and TheStreet
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Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
New report finds that decentralization and other factors could protect speech online as “mega-platforms” amass greater gatekeeping powers  —  While platforms like Facebook have empowered users around the world to publish and browse the web and convene with friends online without …
Discussion: MediaShift and Marketplace
Wall Street Journal:
WPP faced stock drop of nearly 11% Wednesday after it reported global ad slowdown, amid consumer goods firms' budget cutbacks, competition, and trust issues  —  World's No. 1 advertising company is being hit by belt tightening at consumer-goods companies  —  Some of the world's biggest …
Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
Snapchat's VP of Content Nick Bell says the company expects to debut scripted shows by year's end, aiming to complement TV  —  “We want to be friends of media,” says Nick Bell at the Edinburgh Television Festival as he outlines the company's mobile-first TV strategy.
Hollywood Reporter:
At Edinburgh TV Festival, anchor Jon Snow says Facebook and Google must help figure out how to finance serious, reliable news  —  Jon Snow attacked the social media giant's “lack of activity” in the keynote MacTaggart lecture at the Edinburgh TV Festival.  —  U.K. TV news legend Jon Snow …
Discussion: @jonsnowc4 and @alexgspence
Anthony Ha / TechCrunch:
YouTubers Ethan and Hila Klein, who run H3H3, win fair use case in district court for a reaction video after being sued by Matt Hosseinzadeh, or Matt Hoss  —  Ethan and Hila Klein, the husband-and-wife team behind the popular H3H3 YouTube channel, appear to have won their legal battle against Matt Hosseinzadeh, a.k.a. Matt Hoss.
 
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