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4:45 AM ET, May 10, 2018

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Jeremy Barr / Hollywood Reporter:
After Trump's latest threat against the media, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders says the White House is accessible and “very committed to a free press”  —  On Wednesday morning, Trump suggested pulling the credentials of reporters who cover him.  —  White House press secretary …
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Jon Street / Mediaite:
Conservative media icon Matt Drudge said he feared the President's “crusade on ‘fake news’” would lead to “all reporters” requiring licenses to work
Bloomberg:
Sources: Apple plans to let users buy subscriptions to some third-party video services in its TV app, rather than individual apps, starting next year  —  - Strategy in development looks a lot like rival Amazon.com's  —  Apple Inc.'s plan to reinvent cable TV is starting to look a lot like the strategy of its rival Amazon.com Inc.
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Linda Vester / Washington Post:
Ex-NBC reporter Linda Vester says she is not filing a lawsuit against NBC News or Tom Brokaw, and was shocked at letter of support from NBC's female employees  —  Linda Vester is a former NBC and Fox News journalist.  —  I am the woman who came forward last month to accuse NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw of sexual misconduct.
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
NBCUniversal releases internal report on Matt Lauer probe, says “Today” managers had no prior knowledge of inappropriate conduct  —  NBCUniversal said managers at its venerable “Today” show and at NBC News had no knowledge of inappropriate behavior by star anchor Matt Lauer prior …
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Kerry Flynn / Digiday:
Inside this week's Snapchat Summit for 13 creators in Venice Beach, where they met Evan Spiegel, learned about product plans, and shared ideas  —  Shortly after Cyrene Quiamco arrived at her hotel in the Venice neighborhood in Los Angeles, from her home in Little Rock, Arkansas …
Corinne Ramey / Wall Street Journal:
A look at Wikipedia's Arbitration Committee, its own internal “Supreme Court” with 15 jurists, which adjudicates the most serious disputes arising on the site  —  Online committee called ArbCom tries to keep the peace at internet encyclopedia; 'I don't understand why passions run so high here.'
Kevin Merida / ESPN Front Row:
ESPN is discontinuing its Public Editor position, following a recommendation from the company's editorial board, citing the rise of social media  —  EDITOR'S NOTE: Kevin Merida, ESPN Senior Vice President and Editor-in-Chief for The Undefeated, also serves as Chair of ESPN's Editorial Board.
Matt Labunka / Facebook:
Facebook Live will now let publishers crosspost live video across pages, use persistent stream keys for easier setup, says live rewind is coming soon  —  Today we are rolling out several new features that are focused on making it easier for publishers to go live on Facebook.
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Nicole Nguyen / BuzzFeed:
Despite Amazon's efforts, paid reviewers who organize via Reddit, Slack, Discord, and Facebook are still flooding the site with fake reviews
Discussion: the Econsultancy blog
The Guardian:
Olivera Lakic, an investigative reporter in Montenegro, has been shot and injured in an attack, prompting calls for the EU and US to protect journalists
Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
The New York Times is partnering with FX and Hulu on a new TV show, “The Weekly”, based on its popular podcast The Daily
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Michael Calderone / Politico:
Business Insider has named Matt Turner its new executive editor, replacing Mohammed Hadi, who is joining the New York Times
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