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7:40 PM ET, March 16, 2019


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Mark Di Stefano / BuzzFeed:
As social media platforms struggle to remove the NZ shooter's video, the Sun and Daily Mirror ran edited footage and Mail Online published the manifesto as well  —  Other British news outlets, The Sun and The Mirror, featured the attacker's first-person video, including in GIF form on the homepages of their websites.
Joseph Cox / Motherboard:
Documents, sources, and interviews with senior Facebook employees detail the process and the difficulty of moderating Facebook Live  —  On Friday, at least 49 people were killed in terror attacks in New Zealand.  Documents, sources, and interviews with senior Facebook employees show …
Mathew Ingram / Columbia Journalism Review:
Helping people examine killers' motives could help defuse radicalization, but the press has a responsibility not to pour gasoline on a roaring blaze of racism
Charles R. Davis / Columbia Journalism Review:
Tax filings show relatively high salaries at both The Intercept and parent company First Look Media as well as heavy dependence on Pierre Omidyar's donations  —  On Wednesday, First Look Media delivered the latest in a flurry of bad news for digital media: the company, which includes …
George Rodrigue / The Plain Dealer:
Cleveland's The Plain Dealer is laying off 12 reporters and editors, in addition to a prior cut of ~29 production staffers, mainly copy editors and designers  —  Since around 2001, newspaper advertising revenue nationally has been plummeting.  It's below the levels of the 1950s now.
Sarah Mervosh / New York Times:
The new editor of Alabama's The Democrat-Reporter, an African-American woman, resigns, claiming interference from the prior editor who published a pro-KKK oped  —  When a white newspaper editor in Alabama drew widespread condemnation for an editorial that called for the Ku Klux Klan to ride again …
Ric Sanchez / Washington Post:
The tweets from Netflix announcing the cancellation of One Day at a Time seem to tell fans they matter, but not enough to override an opaque business decision  —  On Thursday, Netflix informed viewers that it would be canceling “One Day at a Time,” its reboot of the classic Norman Lear series, after three seasons.
Claire Atkinson / NBC News:
Source: Nielsen will begin sharing Amazon and Hulu viewing data later this year, increasing the pressure on Netflix to start sharing viewing data for its shows  —  Looming competition, mounting pressure from entertainment industry players and tracking efforts from media measurement companies are pushing Netflix to open up.
Sahil Patel / Digiday:
Insider says it has 3.7M subscribers across its daily channel and video shows on Snapchat and is adding 15,000 subscribers a day  —  Insider has found a new way to make money off its old Facebook news-feed videos: by recutting and distributing them on Snapchat.
Snigdha Poonam / Financial Times:
A look at the online video market in India, valued at $700M+, where 245M watch YouTube on their phones each month and 300+ content creators have 1M+ subscribers  —  For eight minutes last month, the Swedish video blogger PewDiePie was no longer king of the internet.
Discussion: @b50, more at Techmeme »
Brian Gallagher / Nautilus:
Q&A with James Evans, a computational scientist, and Misha Teplitskiy, a post-doc fellow at Harvard, on filter bubbles and political diversity on Wikipedia  —  A lesson in how to break out of filter bubbles.  —  In 2013, James Evans, a University of Chicago sociologist and computational scientist …
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