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4:46 PM ET, June 12, 2018


 Top News: 
Sara Salinas / CNBC:
Judge rules that AT&T can complete its $85B merger with Time Warner, did not impose conditions on the approval  —  - The Justice Department sued last year to block the merger, citing concerns that AT&T, owner of satellite television provider DirecTV, could charge rival distributors …
Discussion: Variety, Variety and The Verge
Bijan Stephen / The Verge:
Newsweek has relied on stories optimized for search engines since Google change last year, leading to stories in bad taste after suicides of Bourdain and Spade  —  Warning: This piece contains language and content regarding suicide that some people may find sensitive or triggering.
Aisha Al-Muslim / Wall Street Journal:
SiriusXM to pay $150M in one-time payment to SoundExchange to settle lawsuits alleging it underpaid royalties for recordings  —  Satellite-radio giant says it will make a one-time payment to SoundExchange, a not-for-profit offshoot of the Recording Industry Association of America
Joe Nocera / Bloomberg:
Ex-New York Times columnist Joe Nocera opens up about his struggle with depression and bipolar disorder and how it impacted his work at the paper  —  Help end the stigma: Let's talk about mental health.  —  If you spent any time on social media this past weekend, you no doubt saw hundreds …
Becky Roberts / What Hi-Fi?:
BBC, ITV, Channel 4, and network operator Arqiva partner to invest £125M in streaming platform Freeview Play over five years, in bid to beat Netflix and Amazon  —  We are part of The Trust Project What is it?  —  New Freeview Play development offers some security to the future of free-to-air TV.
Discussion: The Drum
New York Times:
Head of Amazon's TV and movie division Jennifer Salke discusses her strategy of series development, luring talent, and high-risk adaptations  —  CULVER CITY, Calif. — Jennifer Salke has been the head of Amazon's television and movie division for four months.
TheSkimm, the female-led digital media company which operates a daily newsletter, launches an Android app, priced at $2.99 per month or $29.99 annually  —  TheSkimm, the female-led media company best known for its newsletter that summarizes, in plain language, the top news and highlights from the day before …
American Press Institute:
Report: 29% of Americans subscribe to a print or digital newspaper; 42% say news is too commentarial; majority of adults up to 29 say news is fairly inaccurate  —  This research was conducted by the Media Insight Project — an initiative of the American Press Institute and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research
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Ex-LA Times Managing Editor Marc Duvoisin has been named editor and vice president of the San Antonio Express-News
Mark Di Stefano / BuzzFeed:
Recruiter email says Chinese state broadcaster CGTN is on a recruitment drive to hire 350+ London-based journalists in under 18 months for its new European hub
Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
BBC staff have voted to accept a new pay deal that will see staff wages rise by at least 2.5% by 2019/20, with other benefits like increased sick pay and more
Rachel Sadon / DCist:
The DCist has launched a Kickstarter campaign to help finance its relaunch under its new owner, Washington D.C. NPR station WAMU
Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
UK newspapers The Sun and The Daily Express face criticism over front pages on Brexit vote, are accused of trying to intimidate MPs
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Christine Schmidt / Nieman Lab:
FOIA organization MuckRock and document hosting service DocumentCloud are merging
Discussion: Poynter and Aron Pilhofer
Jaclyn Peiser / New York Times:
Craigslist founder Craig Newmark donates $20M to CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, which will rename itself the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism