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6:40 AM ET, June 28, 2019

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Christine Schmidt / Nieman Lab:
AP and the Google News Initiative are building a way for newsrooms to share content and plans, starting with a pilot involving about two dozen NY publishers  —  “We're living in an age of journalism where people want to help each other and are prioritizing collaboration over competition.
Makena Kelly / The Verge:
Following criticism, Twitter rolls out a notice for tweets from political figures, verified users, and accounts with 100K+ followers that break its guidelines  —  The platform has been criticized for letting politicians break the rules without consequence  —  Today, Twitter is rolling …
Nieman Lab:
WSJ's Project Habit analyzed behavior driving retention, like newsletter signups and loyalty to a beat, and optimized reader onboarding to instill these habits  —  The Journal went on a quest to identify the user actions — an app download, an article share, repeat reading …
Mediaite:
NBC's first Democratic debate attracted 15.26M viewers from NBC, MSNBC, and Telemundo, according to Nielsen, and 9M streaming viewers, according to the network  —  The numbers are in from the first night of the Democratic presidential debates and it looks like — despite technical difficulties — NBC managed to score.
Brian Witte / Associated Press:
Journalists at the Capital Gazette reflect on past year: their experience of trauma, their relationship to journalism, and the embrace of the community  —  ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Standing ovations.  A surge in subscriptions.  Hugs from random readers.  At a time when journalists are being vilified as …
Joseph Bernstein / BuzzFeed News:
A look at a dispute among Wikipedia administrators and some on the Wikimedia Foundation board after a prolific, long-serving administrator was banned for a year  —  The once-derided open-source encyclopedia is the closest thing the internet has to an oasis of truth.
Sara Jerde / Adweek:
Study: 2020 election cycle to generate $6B in political advertising, excluding PACs, with ~$1.2B going to digital ads, $3.2B to broadcast TV, and $1.2B to cable  —  Digital media will account for 20% of the pie, about $1.2 billion  —  The 2020 election cycle is projected to generate $6 billion …
Todd Spangler / Variety:
FuboTV soft launches ad-supported Fubo Sports Network on Xumo, with original shows and movies slated for August along with simulcast content from partners  —  FuboTV, one of the players duking it out in the competitive internet pay-TV arena, is dropping into the free streaming-video market …
Daniel Frankel / Multichannel News:
Strategy Analytics predicts that Roku will, at 52M devices, have 70% more OTT devices than its next closest competitor, Sony Playstation, by year end  —  Strategy Analytics predicts there will be 52 million Roku-enabled devices in use by year-end  —  The Roku OTT ecosystem further extended …
James Walker / Press Gazette:
UK's culture secretary opens a probe into the Evening Standard and Independent after they received investments earlier this year from companies with Saudi links  —  Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright has opened an investigation into the Evening Standard and Independent after an investor with …
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Carol LeBlanc / smithsonianmag.com:
Michael Caruso, editor in chief of Smithsonian Magazine, will step down at the end of June