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1:30 AM ET, September 1, 2018

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Christopher Robbins / Gothamist:
Leaked audio: Village Voice owner tells staff publication will cease posting stories, 15-20 staff to remain to “wind things down” and work on an online archive  —  Three years after buying The Village Voice, and a year after the paper shut down its print edition …
Ben Smith / BuzzFeed News:
The political journalism of the nineties and aughts, in which politics was covered like a tactical game using sports metaphors, is inadequate in today's climate  —  Traditional political journalists were the last people to notice in 2016 that the world had changed.
Taylor Lorenz / The Atlantic:
In interviews, teenagers said they viewed all media as biased to a certain extent and prefer to follow individual journalists and political Instagram pages  —  Young people can see the president's tweets as jokes, but they still often share his negative feelings about the press.
Olivia Nuzzi / New York Magazine:
Sources: Trump's Rose Garden videos are meant to make him feel good, remind him of his earlier digital media virality, and allow him to control the aesthetics  —  You may be wondering why, throughout the second half of August, the president of the United States has been standing in the Rose Garden and yelling.
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Tim Peterson / Digiday:
Two months after launch, Instagram's IGTV remains an experiment for some publishers, without much dedicated investment until a revenue model becomes clearer  —  Discovery should have as good an idea as any media company as to how Instagram's IGTV is panning out for publishers.
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Emily Dugan / BuzzFeed:
In 2017, the UK's Home Office created a rapid response strategy to solve immigration cases that made headlines; critics say it creates a double standard  —  Exclusive: Lawyers say a rapid-response process introduced by then home secretary Amber Rudd in 2017 creates a double standard.
Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
Billy Penn, Denverite, and The Incline have a combined 1,500 paying customers, 60% of whom are recurring contributors after a shift to a reader supported model  —  The three sites together are “just south of 1,500 paying customers,” 60 percent of whom are signed up as recurring contributors …
PTI:
WhatsApp rolls out radio campaigns across 46 Hindi stations in India asking users to check the veracity of the information they receive before forwarding  —  NEW DELHI: In a bid to crackdown on spread of fake news on its platform, WhatsApp on Wednesday said it is rolling …
 
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H.G. Watson / Nieman Lab:
How the Winnipeg Free Press experimented with a feature outside its paywall that saw 24 reporters write stories over 24 hours, all having to do with food
Michelle Boorstein / Washington Post:
Amid increasing polarization, a look at the conservative Catholic media outlets that published the letter accusing the pope of knowing about sexual misconduct