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11:05 PM ET, August 25, 2019

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New York Times:
Sources: pro-Trump operatives have collected dossiers of damaging old social media posts by journalists and are releasing them in response to critical coverage  —  WASHINGTON — A loose network of conservative operatives allied with the White House is pursuing what they say will be an aggressive operation …
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A.G. Sulzberger / The New York Times Company:
NYT memo from Publisher A.G. Sulzberger: we'll respond to any legitimate problems appropriately and continue to cover the Trump administration like any other  —  A note to staff by New York Times publisher A.G. Sulzberger calling attention to a Times story about a campaign led …
Antonia Hitchens / Wired:
Profile of Carla Engelbrecht, the director of product innovation at Netflix, whose experiments with interactive kids programs were a precursor to Bandersnatch  —  EARLIER THIS YEAR, Carla Engelbrecht flew to Phoenix, sat on the couch in a stranger's living room, and observed the stranger watching …
Discussion: @wired
Megan Greenwell / Deadspin:
On her last day, Deadspin EIC Megan Greenwell describes the tragedy of digital media, where execs know less about making money than do ignored employees  —  There is a version of the story of this company in which idealistic journalists, unconcerned with profit, are posed against ruthless business-doers …
Ken Meyer / Mediaite:
April Ryan comments about her bodyguard manhandling a reporter, without apologizing, says “I didn't know what was going on or said. I was on stage at the time.”  —  CNN contributor April Ryan has broken her silence about the incident earlier this month where her bodyguard forcibly ejected …
Discussion: The Daily Caller
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Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
It is time for April Ryan and CNN to comment about Ryan's bodyguard manhandling a reporter, or they will relinquish their standing as First Amendment champions
Carolyn Dunn / @carolyndunncbc:
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation correspondent says she was denied entry into the US as she tried to travel to Washington, DC, for a temporary assignment  —  Guys, I've been refused entry into US. Sections 212 (a) (7) (A) (i) (I). Me going to DC is “entry into the labor” market and I'd be “imported labor”. I've never been pulled aside at a US border let alone refused entry.
Natalie Jarvey / Hollywood Reporter:
Profile of Lilly Singh as she prepares for her late-night debut on NBC and juggles YouTube, her show, and other projects  —  An online star with 15 million subscribers dives into the white-hot center (emphasis on white) of broadcast television with ‘A Little Late’ as the first openly bisexual woman …
Sonam Vashi / Columbia Journalism Review:
Profile of Mario Guevara, a reporter for Atlanta's Mundo Hispánico, and the tightrope he walks between police sources and people in Spanish-speaking communities  —  Early on the morning of Sunday, July 14, as immigration raids threatened by President Trump⁠ were set to begin across the country …
Christine Schmidt / Nieman Lab:
A look at The Philadelphia Inquirer, three years into nonprofit ownership, as low morale persists after newsroom buyouts and a lack of pay raises  —  Buyouts, rebranding, good journalism, and a vision still in progress: The Philadelphia Inquirer has had quite a summer.
Farhad Manjoo / New York Times:
A graphic look at a columnist's web activity during a typical workday shows how websites track users; news sites used the most tracking resources  —  Earlier this year, an editor working on The Times's Privacy Project asked me whether I'd be interested in having all my digital activity tracked …
Mike Janssen / Current:
PBS and PBS Kids to launch on YouTube TV in November; sources: some local PBS stations may have to pay $250 or $1,500 a month for local live streaming  —  PBS is exploring ways to help stations defray the potentially high costs of transmitting their live broadcast signals via YouTube TV …
Discussion: The Streamable and 9to5Google
 
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Dana Feldman / Forbes:
eMarketer: 55.3% of Americans will view content via OTT subscriptions in 2019; Netflix to lose market share to Hulu and Amazon Prime Video over next few years
Discussion: MediaPost
Todd Spangler / Variety:
YouTube TV adds two more add-on channels for subscribers under an expanded pact with AMC Networks: British TV service Acorn TV for $6/month and UMC for $5/month
Discussion: Digital TV Europe and 9to5Google
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
HuffPost, Ashley Feinberg sued over Kavanaugh article
Discussion: The Clarion Ledger
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Al Tompkins / Poynter:
Profile of Kentucky's Adair County Community Voice newspaper, whose owner, Sharon Burton, doesn't shy away from covering the impact of the opioid epidemic
Discussion: @poynter, @atompkins, @poynter and @ruralj
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