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2:50 PM ET, October 1, 2018

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US Justice Department moves to sue California in order to quash its new net neutrality law  —  The Trump administration said Sunday it will sue California in an effort to block what some experts have described as the toughest net neutrality law ever enacted in the United States …
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Lucas Shaw / Bloomberg:
Sources: Netflix is developing a number of specials where viewers can choose their own storyline, including an upcoming episode of “Black Mirror”  —  - Sci-fi series is part of company's push into interactive shows  — Streaming service is looking for new ways to entice viewers
Abigail Geiger / Pew Research Center:
Survey: the percentage of US adults using the internet (89%), smartphones (77%), and social media (69%) has plateaued and remains nearly unchanged since 2016  —  The use of digital technology has had a long stretch of rapid growth in the United States, but the share of Americans who go online …
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
Examining the lack of diversity among the White House press corps: The NYT, Politico, The WSJ, Reuters, and USA Today have no minority reporters covering Trump  —  The New York Times hired its seventh reporter to cover the White House last month, giving the newspaper one of the largest contingents of correspondents on the beat.
James Andrew Miller / Hollywood Reporter:
Jemele Hill discusses leaving ESPN, her new staff writer role at The Atlantic, and future plans: developing a TV series and podcast, and more  —  In her first interview on her high-profile exit from the Disney-owned network, Hill explains why politics made sports people nervous …
Eric Nuzum / Audio Insurgent:
Despite some worries about falling ad prices, podcasting audiences and ad budgets are growing as the medium matures and moves past the gold rush stage  —  What tulips, cryptocurrency, and bespoke home-delivered dog food can tell us about the resilience of audio and the madness of crowds
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
YouTube expands its TrueView in-stream ad format to add more extensions that let advertisers push actions like app downloads or buying movie tickets  —  YouTube is expanding the ways advertisers can connect with their audience, thanks to an expansion to its TrueView in-stream ad format …
Lucinda Southern / Digiday:
Bloomberg Media's text-to-audio function, introduced in May, has become the second-most popular media type on its app, behind live TV  —  Bloomberg Media in May introduced a text-to-audio function in its app and online with the hunch that commuters would prefer to multitask while getting their news.
Cynthia Littleton / Variety:
CBS says acting CEO Joseph Ianniello will be given “good faith consideration” for permanent role, though some see his association with Moonves as problematic  —  CBS Corp. acting CEO Joseph Ianniello will not receive extra compensation for taking on the role as CBS' interim leader following …
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Nielsen Newswire:
Nielsen: in Q2 2018, 24% of US homes owned a smart speaker, and the most common use, by nearly 90% of users, is to listen to music, while 68% listen to news  —  Over the last couple of decades, technology has not only evolved at a rapid pace, but has been adopted by swaths of consumers across …
 
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Charlie Warzel / BuzzFeed News:
Infowars host Alex Jones gatecrashed a panel at the Texas Tribune Festival with a bullhorn; livestream on secondary Infowars Twitter account only had 15K views
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Oliver Darcy / CNNMoney:
The Washington Times settles suit with Aaron Rich, brother of Seth Rich, issues retraction and deletes column; Rich to keep pursuing legal action against others
Lucinda Southern / Digiday:
Dutch publisher De Correspondent says its 2017 revenue was $4.5M and 94% of it came directly from readers via membership fees, donations, and book sales
H.G. Watson / JSource:
Public Policy Forum report shows the total number of newspaper articles in Canada fell by almost half in 10 years, city hall coverage has been most impacted