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10:55 AM ET, March 10, 2018


 Top News: 
Dan Mitchell / Columbia Journalism Review:
NYT's Farhad Manjoo tweeted an average of 15x a day for two months while he was supposedly unplugged from social media to get news from print  —  So many writers have produced “I went offline, and here is what I learned” stories that they became a tedious cliché years ago.
Gabriele Boland / NewsWhip:
Study: reporters driving Facebook engagement come from hyper-partisan sources like Breitbart and the Daily Wire; two in the top 50 write for fake news sites  —  With social platforms like Facebook putting an emphasis on meaningful engagements, publishers and content creators have to reassess …
Discussion: @jason_kint
David Folkenflik / NPR:
Tronc's new publisher Ross Levinsohn has a history of large expenses, lavish parties, and persuading corporate employers to buy startups founded by his friends  —  Editor's note: This story contains language that some readers may find offensive.  —  One of the nation's most important newspaper companies …
Scott Soshnick / Bloomberg:
Facebook gets exclusive rights to stream 25 MLB afternoon games, Facebook's first major US sports league exclusive; sources estimate price at $30-$35M  —  Social network is said to pay $30 million to $35 million  —  First time a major U.S. league has given Facebook exclusivity
Maxwell Tani / The Daily Beast:
In a leaked tape, Newsweek CCO blamed BuzzFeed report on ad fraud for Newsweek operating at “50% of the revenue needed to cover costs”; gave outlet 5 weeks  —  Two weeks ago, Newsweek Media Group Chief Content Officer Dayan Candappa said the company had just five weeks to turn around …
New York Times:
Sources: Barack and Michelle Obama are nearing a content deal with Netflix for a series of shows; Apple and Amazon also expressed interest  —  WASHINGTON — Former President Barack Obama is in advanced negotiations with Netflix to produce a series of high-profile shows that will provide …
Deborah Copaken / The Atlantic:
Freelancer charts harassment by former New York Observer editor Ken Kurson and the Observer's lack of formal complaint process for non-staff members  —  1. Land a job.  At a new online magazine for approximately the same salary you earned in 1992, but whatever.
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Twitter signs a three-year non-exclusive deal with Major League Soccer to livestream at least 24 matches in the US and on-demand highlights worldwide  —  Twitter is kicking more sports to its social service, in a three-year deal with Major League Soccer that will include a slate …
Lucia Moses / Digiday:
How The New Yorker, with a circulation of 1.2M, plans to hit 2M subscribers: increasing coverage of some subjects, paid posts and search words, expanding abroad  —  The New Yorker belongs to a rare club of publications whose revenue from readers exceeds that of advertisers.
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Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
U.S. News & World Report is shutting down its opinion section as part of a shift in coverage from Washington DC, to health, education, and the economy
Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
The Better India, a news org focused on positive news gets 80% of its revenue from sponsored content, has 1.9M Facebook followers, 100K newsletter subscribers
Christine Schmidt / Nieman Lab:
How WGBH uses volunteers and gamification to transcribe and tag metadata on thousands of hours of public radio and television to secure a reliable archive
 Earlier Picks: 
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
Lester Holt on changes to news broadcasts: focus is on scoops, exclusive interviews, and on-site reporting, given that viewers already know the day's news
Discussion: TVNewser
Maria Temming / Science News:
Study of 4.5M+ tweets from 2006 to 2017 confirms inaccurate news spreads faster and further than true stories, and humans, not bots, are primarily to blame