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1:10 AM ET, April 4, 2018

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Casey Newton / The Verge:
Police confirm four shot at YouTube's headquarters in San Bruno, three hospitalized, one dead of self-inflicted gunshot wound, suspected shooter was a woman  —  San Bruno received multiple 911 calls from headquarters, report says  —  At least four people were shot at YouTube's headquarters …
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Russell Brandom / The Verge:
Twitter account of YouTube product manager Vadim Lavrusik was hacked and shared fake news during YouTube HQ shooting; Twitter deleted hoax tweets from account  —  As Twitter users searched for news about today's shooting at YouTube headquarters, hackers were actively compromising a verified employee account to spread misinformation.
NBC News:
Officials identify the San Bruno shooter as Nasim Najafi Aghdam, 39, and police say the attack appeared to be a domestic dispute unrelated to terrorism  —  A woman opened fire at YouTube's California headquarters Tuesday afternoon before turning the gun on herself, authorities said.
Katie Roof / TechCrunch:
Spotify closes at $149.60 on its first day, down ~10% from opening but still far above private market price of ~$132, giving the company a market cap of ~$26.5B  —  Spotify is done with its long-awaited “direct listing” experiment.  The music streaming company went public without the IPO.
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Peter Kafka / Recode:
Spotify, which posted operating loss of $461M in 2017, thinks its reliance on labels will ease; sources: hope is more artists will work directly with Spotify  —  The streaming music company wants to get more music — and more profitable music — from the little guys.
Wall Street Journal:
Sources: WPP board is looking into allegations of misuse of company assets and improper personal behavior by Chief Executive Martin Sorrell  —  Questions come as advertising giant is facing cost-cutting pressures from clients and stepped-up competition from Google, Facebook
Facebook Newsroom:
Facebook deletes 70 FB accounts, 138 FB Pages, and 65 Instagram accounts run by Russia's Internet Research Agency this morning, shares samples of IRA content  —  This morning we removed 70 Facebook and 65 Instagram accounts — as well as 138 Facebook Pages — that were controlled by the Russia-based Internet Research Agency (IRA).
Olivia Nuzzi / New York Magazine:
David Smith, the executive chairman of Sinclair Broadcast Group, said print media has no credibility and no relevance  —  David Smith, the executive chairman of Sinclair Broadcast Group, said he dislikes and fundamentally distrusts the print media, which he believes “serves no real purpose.”
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Keach Hagey / Wall Street Journal:
Sumner Redstone will not have final say on potential CBS-Viacom merger as he has only one vote on National Amusements, the holding company owning voting stakes  —  The 94-year-old media mogul would be one vote among seven National Amusements board members  —  Sumner Redstone …
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Sarah Frier / Bloomberg:
Internal Facebook white paper says Trump campaign spent $44M on FB ads while Clinton team spent $28M from June-November 2016; Trump team ran 5.9M ad versions  —  The president's ad campaign was 'more complex than Clinton's'  —  Trump focused on new donors; Clinton on ensuring broad appeal
Jeremy Barr / Hollywood Reporter:
Fox News President Jack Abernethy releases statement in support of Laura Ingraham, says network will not be “censored by agenda-driven intimidation efforts”  —  The cable news outlet's co-president Jack Abernethy said the network won't be “censored by agenda-driven intimidation efforts.”
Mark Sweney / The Guardian:
Disney has expressed an interest in acquiring Sky News, whether or not its acquisition of 21st Century Fox proceeds, as UK regulator scrutinizes Fox's bid  —  Move aims to allay media plurality fears over 21st Century Fox's takeover of British broadcaster
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