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4:40 AM ET, July 16, 2019

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Brian Stelter / CNN:
When covering Trump's tweets telling freshman congresswomen to “go back” to their countries, major media outlets relied on critics to label them as racist  —  New York (CNN Business)A version of this article first appeared in the “Reliable Sources” newsletter.  You can sign up for free right here.
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Donie O'Sullivan / CNN:
Twitter says Trump's racist tweets attacking four congresswomen don't break its rules and will not be labeled with a disclaimer  —  New York (CNN Business)President Trump's weekend tweets in which he used racist language to attack four progressive Democratic congresswomen are not against Twitter's rules …
Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
Tiptoeing around Trump's racism is a betrayal of journalistic truth-telling, which requires journalists to embrace direct language and clear framing of issues  —  Long before Donald Trump ran for president, an inside-journalism battle was raging over the ideas of objectivity and balance.
Bloomberg:
How YouTube trampled dozens of companies as it grew over the years, from ad brokers like AppNexus to content networks like Vevo and Machinima  —  - Former allies, rivals in video ads seek trustbuster attention  — Google unit says it competes in broader market, including TV
Chris Quinn / Cleveland.com:
“Stunned” by success of Project Text, which charges $4/month for daily texts from reporters, Cleveland.com trials the model with hyperlocal news in Lakewood, OH  —  One of the biggest casualties of the rapidly evolving media landscape is what we call hyperlocal reporting …
Discussion: @newsbyschmidt
Caroline Kitchener / The Lily:
The radio show “Here & Now” based an episode on a book by historian Sarah Milov, but the three men in the segment failed to name her or the title of her book  —  They have tenure.  She does not.  —  Updated at 8 p.m. on July 14.  —  Sarah Milov was sitting at her kitchen table …
Karissa Bell / Mashable:
Snapchat is testing Shows, a dedicated section for shows separate from the main Discover page that resembles the Netflix homepage  —  Snapchat's plan to reinvent TV is picking up steam.  The company, which hasn't always had an easy relationship with high-profile users …
Discussion: Observer and MSPoweruser
A.J. Katz / TVNewser:
Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott names Jason Klarman EVP of marketing for Fox News Media  —  Fox News chief executive Suzanne Scott has announced that Jason Klarman is now evp of marketing for Fox News Media, effective immediately.  —  In his new role, Klarman will oversee brand strategy …
Rick Porter / Hollywood Reporter:
A look at the staggering amount of time Americans spend watching TV, with viewers watching 1T+ minutes of sports in 2018 on ESPN 1 and 2, Fox, and NBC  —  The 52 billion — yes, billion — minutes Netflix users spent streaming ‘The Office’ in 2018 doesn't even come close to the top of the charts in terms of total consumption.
Discussion: @danielpink and The Daily Caller
 
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