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12:35 PM ET, April 22, 2019

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Ainsley Harris / Fast Company:
Bob Iger's 2018 pay was $65.6M, or 1,424X the median Disney salary, says study; Disney co-founder's granddaughter Abigail Disney says that pay level is “insane”  —  In 2018, Disney CEO Bob Iger got a raise-a big raise.  His total compensation increased 80% to hit $65.6 million.
Washington Post:
Sri Lanka blocks access to social media platforms, including WhatsApp and Facebook, to curb spread of misinformation after a series of deadly explosions  —  The Sri Lankan government blocked access to Facebook and other social-networking sites Sunday after suicide attacks killed more than 290 people …
Paul Bradshaw:
Lyra McKee inspired others as she took a circuitous route into journalism, crowdfunding $6,000 for her first investigation and later giving conference talks  —  Lyra McKee had a talent for inspiring people.  In 2012, when she first approached me about becoming a distance learning student on my MA course …
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Ryan Smith / belfastlive:
Northern Ireland Police say the two teenagers arrested in connection with the murder of Lyra McKee have been released without charge  —  The shooting has been blamed on the New IRA  —  Two teenagers arrested by police investigating the murder of Lyra McKee have been released without charge.
Mike Harris / CNN:
Lyra McKee freely gave time and energy to fight Northern Ireland's archaic libel laws, which she said are used to silence investigative journalists
Will Bunch / Philly.com:
Saving journalism's soul amidst Trump's war on the press requires acknowledging that we are indeed at war—to protect truth and democracy itself  —  Columnist's note: This is an excerpt from a speech delivered last Thursday at the the Drexel Writing Festival.  You can read the entire speech here.
Fox Business:
Sources: Sinclair Broadcasting appears to have won the auction for Fox's regional sports networks with a ~$10B bid; Disney originally sought as much as $20B  —  Sinclair Broadcasting appears to have emerged as the leading candidate to win the auction of the 21st Century Fox's Regional Sports Networks …
Discussion: Cord Cutters News
Jane Martinson / The Guardian:
The Spectator will remove applicant names from the editorial aptitude tests on which it now relies for paid internships, to eliminate bias in recruitment  —  No-name applications may be an effective way to eliminate elite bias in journalist recruitment  —  Danielle Wall may be the managing editor …
Brian Morrissey / Digiday:
Digiday is expanding its paid membership program, Digiday+, by implementing a metered paywall for all Digiday articles; Digiday+ members get unlimited access  —  At Digiday, our mission is to create change in media.  Every day, we chronicle the quest for sustainable media business models …
Discussion: @bmorrissey, Thanks:@steverubel
Annaliese Griffin / Quartz:
A look back at a distinctly gendered condescension that has often defined the news coverage of Pinterest because of its overwhelmingly female audience  —  Even as Pinterest prepares to go public, tech journalists covering the company remain slightly befuddled when it comes to defining what it does.
Discussion: @qz, more at Techmeme »
 
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