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4:50 PM ET, May 27, 2020

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Ryan Broderick / BuzzFeed News:
After Twitter labeled Trump's tweets, his campaign and Fox News target Twitter's Site Integrity lead Yoel Roth; Twitter says Roth works on manipulation and bots  —  “No one person at Twitter is responsible for our policies,” a Twitter spokesperson told BuzzFeed News.
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Bloomberg:
After Twitter adds a label to his misleading tweets, Trump says Republicans will “strongly regulate” social media platforms or “close them down”  —  - Attack comes after Twitter fact-checked, labeled Trump tweet  — Tech companies have faced criticism from conservatives of bias
Elizabeth Dwoskin / Washington Post:
In a first, Twitter adds a “Get the facts” label to two Trump tweets with false claims about mail-in voting, which links to a Twitter Moment refuting his claims  —  The action comes after years of criticism that social media companies have allowed the president to push misinformation unchecked
Ted Johnson / Deadline:
Twitter won't remove Trump's tweets about Scarborough's aide, says it's working on policies so it “can more effectively address things like this going forward”
Jefferson Graham / USA Today:
HBO Max launches without being on Roku and Amazon, the two most popular streaming platforms  —  The latest new streaming service HBO Max bowed with unlimited access to every episode of “Friends,” “The Big Bang Theory” and “Game of Thrones.”  But if all you've got is a streaming player from Roku or Amazon, you won't be able to watch.
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Julia Alexander / The Verge:
Apple's acquisition of Fraggle Rock's past TV seasons ahead of a reboot on TV+ signals a strategy shift for the service that had relied on original content  —  Apple isn't echoing Netflix's strategy, but it's certainly doing something new  —  Apple is acquiring Fraggle Rock's past TV seasons ahead …
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Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
BBC's Emily Maitlis has been replaced as host of Wednesday's Newsnight after being reprimanded for breaching impartiality rules in remarks on Dominic Cummings
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Rick Porter / Hollywood Reporter:
CBS entertainment and news divisions are going through a round of layoffs, the first on the broadcast side, as part of a restructuring after the Viacom merger  —  The cuts at the broadcast network come a month after similar actions at the company's cable properties.
Sarah Gilman / Columbia Journalism Review:
A look at the power imbalance between staff editors and freelance writers, especially in tough times, and how editors can address it with prompt and proper pay  —  It should have been a dream assignment.  Madeline Ostrander, a freelance writer, had sold her first big feature to a high-profile magazine.
Ashley Carman / The Verge:
Instagram says it will now split revenue with creators, sharing 55% of the revenue from IGTV ads and badges on Live, starting with 200 partners next week  —  And purchasable Badges in Instagram Live  —  For the first time in its history, Instagram will start sharing revenue with creators through ads …
 
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Theodore Schleifer / Vox:
Overview of efforts by Reid Hoffman, Eric Schmidt, and others to boost Joe Biden's chances, including funding media via Acronym, which funds Courier Newsroom
Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
UK's Bauer Radio will fold around 50 local radio stations into a national radio network; local journalist and travel reporter roles are likely to be unaffected
Mariella Moon / Engadget:
YouTube Kids is now available on Apple TV and works on both the 4K and HD versions of the device
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Toronto Star:
Torstar Corp., owner of the Toronto Star, announces it plans to sell the company to a group controlled by two Toronto businessmen in a deal worth about CAD$52M
Joanna Nelius / Gizmodo:
Spotify lifts its 10,000 song cap on personal libraries, allowing unlimited songs; limit remains for downloaded songs and playlists
Alex Kantrowitz / Big Technology:
BuzzFeed News senior tech reporter Alex Kantrowitz announces he is leaving the company in June to report independently, with a newsletter and a podcast
Tim Burke / Courier:
Amazon sent a script and video to US TV stations promoting its safety measures; at least 11 stations aired some form of it, and 10 didn't divulge the source