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5:30 PM ET, June 23, 2019

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Seth Harp / The Intercept:
An American journalist describes his experience of being detained upon return to the US as CBP thoroughly searched his digital devices including personal data  —  I should have kept my mouth shut about the guacamole; that made things worse for me.  Otherwise, what I'm about to describe …
Aaron Blake / Washington Post:
Trump speciously describes an NYT journalist making a request for confirmation to an FBI press liaison in 2017 as the NYT “feeding false stories” about him  —  In his long-running quest to prove the real collusion was collusion against Donald Trump, the president on Friday promoted …
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Brian Stelter / CNN:
Trump threatened a reporter with jail time during an interview for Time magazine, after a photographer tried to take a photo of a letter from Kim Jong Un  —  New York (CNN Business)President Trump's interview with a team of reporters from Time magazine took a sudden turn when he made a comment about prison time for a journalist.
Tierney Sneed / Talking Points Memo:
Court documents show a months-long text exchange between Paul Manafort and Fox News host Sean Hannity, with mutual compliments and Manafort offering sources  —  Court documents previously filed under seal with the government's sentencing recommendations for Paul Manafort were made public on Friday.
David Bauder / Associated Press:
A look at the dramatic changes in media coverage of LGBTQ issues, 50 years since the Stonewall riots that galvanized the LGBTQ rights movement  —  NEW YORK (AP) — During the 1969 series of riots that followed a police raid of the Stonewall Inn, the New York Daily News headlined a story …
Discussion: @apeastregion
Simon Owens / The Business of Content:
Q&A with Brian McCullough on the Techmeme Ride Home: how it began, recording ~30 episodes/month, and how its ad inventory has been sold out since June last year  —  In 2005, a computer software engineer named Gabe Rivera launched the site that would eventually become Techmeme.
Discussion: @simonowens
Monojoy Bhattacharjee / What's New in Publishing:
In the next version of Chrome, out in July, publishers won't be able to detect when a browser is in incognito mode, potentially letting readers bypass paywalls  —  The ad blocking controversy is still fresh, and now publishers have to contend with yet another salvo from Google Chrome.
Ethan Jakob Craft / Ad Age:
Study: 85% of consumers listen to a radio broadcast at least once a week; 69% of consumers listen to radio daily compared to 34% for audio streaming services  —  In the U.S., radio is still king, but podcasts and streaming services are gaining ground  —  Millennial audio consumption …
Discussion: @garicruze
Max Willens / Digiday:
Quartz is shutting down its Quartz Brief mobile app on July 1 and will focus on the main Quartz app and Qz.com  —  “The Quartz app was always an experiment.  And it was a good one," said David Ho, former executive mobile editor at The Wall Street Journal.  “Quartz tried new things with notifications …
 
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Randy Lewis / Los Angeles Times:
Universal Music Group sued in $100M+ class action lawsuit from Soundgarden, Tupac estate, others over a 2008 LA fire that allegedly destroyed master recordings
Max Willens / Digiday:
Universal Content Productions, owned by NBCUniversal, has acquired development rights to about 12 podcasts over the past 18 months
Mary Loritz / EU-Startups:
Readly, a Sweden-based magazine subscription app available in Europe and the US, raises ~$17M, bringing the total raised to $47.8M
Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
WhatsApp will no longer allow publishers to send newsletters through the app starting December 7, 2019, in an effort to crack down on bulk messaging
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Dade Hayes / Deadline:
On July 10, FCC plans to vote on possible easing of rules enacted in 1996 that require broadcasters to air a certain amount of children's TV programming
Adrianne Pasquarelli / Ad Age:
Retailer REI is launching a quarterly print magazine in partnership with Hearst this fall and is investing $100K in local nonprofit news sites via NewsMatch