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10:15 AM ET, June 30, 2018

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J. Freedom du Lac / Washington Post:
Capital Gazette publishes paper the day after the shooting with only 56 words on the editorial page, starting with “Today, we are speechless”  —  On the morning after the unfathomable tragedy in its Annapolis newsroom, the Capital Gazette somehow published a newspaper.
Baltimore Sun:
Sources: police are holding Jarrod W. Ramos, 38, as the suspect in Annapolis shooting; Ramos lost a defamation suit against the Capital Gazette over 2011 story
Jean Marbella / Baltimore Sun:
Rob Hiaasen, a Capital Gazette editor and the brother of Miami Herald columnist Carl Hiaasen, was one of those killed in the Annapolis shooting
Baltimore Sun:
At least five dead, several others gravely injured in a shooting at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Anne Arundel County, Maryland; one suspect in custody
David Cohen / Adweek:
Facebook, Twitter, Google, local news orgs, others collaborate on Comprova initiative to ensure Brazilian voters see authentic news during presidential election  —  Facebook, Twitter, Google and NewsWhip are participating in Comprova  —  Voters in Brazil are set to go to the polls and choose …
Knight Foundation:
In Gallup/Knight experiment, use of a rating tool to tag reliability of news orgs decreased reading and sharing of misinformation across the political spectrum  —  Gallup and Knight Foundation's 2017 Survey on Trust, Media andDemocracy found that Americans believe the media landscape is becoming harder to navigate.
Discussion: Nieman Lab
Ryan Broderick / BuzzFeed:
How a Mexican digital marketing firm is using Facebook pages, Twitter bots, and Instagram likes to spread fake news in the lead-up to the country's elections  —  Armed with millions of bots and thousands of fake Facebook pages, Carlos Merlo's digital marketing firm is trying to hijack Mexico's politics with fake news.
Margalit Fox / New York Times:
New York Times obituary writer Margalit Fox, who is leaving the news organization after writing 1,400 obituaries over 14 years, explains the value of the job  —  A New York Times obituary writer for 14 years, Margalit Fox takes a crack at her own epitaph.  —  Times Insider delivers behind …
Ian Bickis / The Canadian Press:
Torstar cutting 11 full-time, 10 part-time staff at StarMetro in Toronto  —  Torstar Corp. will lay off 21 staff at its StarMetro office in Toronto as part of a shift of production operations to nearby Hamilton.  —  The cuts include nine full-time editors, two full-time reporter-photographers …
Tim Peterson / Digiday:
Sources: Defy Media, which recently shut down its programmatic ad division, is offering to pay publishers 20% of what the company owes them  —  Defy Media is trying to bargain with companies that claim the media company's ad network business owes them money, three of them said.
Lucas Shaw / Bloomberg:
Discussion: Dazeinfo
BBC:
Carrie Gracie receives apology and back pay from the BBC, which she is donating to a women's rights charity: “today I can say at the BBC I am equal”  —  The BBC has apologised to news presenter Carrie Gracie for underpaying her and says it “has now put this right” by giving her back pay.
 
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Allison Braden / Columbia Journalism Review:
Praised for its business model, Charlotte Agenda draws flak for blurring lines between ads and editorial; co-founder promises vague “refinements” in the future
Robert Channick / Chicago Tribune:
WNYC gives DNAInfo archives to Block Club Chicago, a subscription- and donation-based local news site that will use the archives to connect with ex-readers
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