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1:50 PM ET, April 27, 2020

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The Independent:
FT reporter Mark Di Stefano accessed confidential Zoom calls at The Independent and Evening Standard where staff were informed of pay cuts and furloughs  —  Media correspondent eavesdropped on Zoom meetings as staff were told sensitive news of pay cuts and furloughs during pandemic
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Guido Fawkes:
The Financial Times has suspended media and technology correspondent Mark Di Stefano  —  The Financial Times has suspended recently hired Mark Di Stefano as media and technology correspondent.  The tenacious reporter joined from Buzzfeed where he covered media and politics.
Jacob Knutson / Axios:
White House reverses course after initially canceling today's coronavirus press briefing; WH did not hold a briefing over the weekend  —  The White House announced Monday that it canceled its scheduled afternoon coronavirus press briefing.  —  Why it matters: As Axios' Jonathan Swan reported last week …
Ben Smith / New York Times:
As Condé Nast struggles to find a successful business model amid COVID-19, former editors Graydon Carter and Robert Gottlieb still draw large pension checks  —  The theatrical flourishes and lavish lifestyles of the great media figures of a generation seem ill suited to the moment.
Pew Research Center:
Pew survey of US adults: while 92% say they are following COVID-19 news, 69% of those over 65 are doing so “very closely” compared to 42% of 18-29-year-olds  —  An overwhelming majority of all U.S. adults (92%) said in late March that they were fairly or very closely following news …
Joe Hagan / Vanity Fair:
In his first interview since leaving MSNBC, Chris Matthews admits he made a sexist comment to a guest that led to his early retirement  —  Biden has to absorb Sanders's ideas “to his heart.”  Klobuchar is his ideal V.P. And the article that hastened his exit was “highly justified.”
Peter Kafka / Vox:
Faced with multiple crises, Trump has returned to a familiar media strategy: blasting out pointless digressions or outright lies to distract and confuse people  —  Trump speaks at his April 23 coronavirus briefing.  Bill Bryan, an official at the Department of Homeland Security, sits nearby.
Andy Lack / NBC News:
The chairman of NBC News and MSNBC says Trump has put the “bully in bully pulpit” by attacking reporters but “the heart of journalism has never been stronger”  —  At this dark hour, Americans are scared.  They're hungry for accurate information and the unvarnished truth.
 
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Joy Press / Vanity Fair:
TV showrunners and crew members reflect on the week of March 9 when all production across the US ground to a halt after the COVID-19 danger became real
Cinnamon Janzer / Columbia Journalism Review:
Journalists are growing increasingly concerned amid the pandemic over the CDC's restrictive press policies that have limited access to its scientists for years
American Press Institute:
Q&A with the co-founder of NY-based nonprofit news outlet Documented on using WhatsApp to reach immigrant communities and how COVID-19 has changed their work
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Kevin Lerner / Nieman Lab:
As information about the coronavirus pandemic is evolving so rapidly, journalists should get used to conveying uncertainty in long-developing, ongoing stories
Jem Aswad / Variety:
A look at how three artists have adapted their performances, from charging for livestreaming using services like Maestro and Veeps to creating AR concerts
CNN:
Obituary desks at newspapers are expanding all across the US in an effort to convert somber death toll statistics of COVID-19 into deeply personal human stories