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6:10 AM ET, June 7, 2020

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Ryan Deto / Pittsburgh City Paper:
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is accused of barring two Black reporters from covering protests, retaliating against reporters who supported them by censoring stories  —  Late in the evening on June 5, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette removed two stories from its website that were shared earlier in the day on the paper's social media platform.
Craig R. McCoy / The Philadelphia Inquirer:
The Philadelphia Inquirer Executive Editor Stan Wischnowski announces his resignation, days after uproar over the newspaper's “Buildings Matter, Too” headline  —  Stan Wischnowski, the top editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer, has announced his resignation, days after discontent among …
The Daily Beast:
In a staff meeting, James Bennet admits NYT did “invite” Cotton's op-ed as executives take turns apologizing to staff about the senator's column  —  In a tense staff meeting, the paper admitted to inviting Sen. Cotton to write the “Send in the Troops” column …
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@wajahatali:
[Thread] Contributing writer Wajahat Ali says some NYT reporters and editors live in fear of the “Bret Stephens Policy” forbidding public criticism of his work
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
Fox News apologizes for displaying a graphic depicting market rallies after the killings of Martin Luther King, Michael Brown, and George Floyd  —  Fox News Channel on Saturday apologized after the display of an on-screen chart showing stock-market gains in the wake of infamous killings …
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Jonathan Easley / The Hill:
Twitter and Facebook remove a video tribute to George Floyd posted by Trump's campaign, after receiving a copyright complaint under DMCA  —  Twitter on Thursday removed a video tribute to George Floyd posted by President Trump's reelection campaign, claiming it had run afoul of the website's policy on copyrighted material.
Ted Johnson / Deadline:
President of White House Correspondents' Association objects to close spacing of seats at WH “press conference”, calling it a violation of CDC guidelines  —  President Donald Trump made a last-minute appearance before the press in the Rose Garden to tout the latest unemployment figures …
Poynter:
Some newspaper chains are adjusting their furloughs to cover protests: Gannett pulls some reporters out of furlough and McClatchy excludes most from theirs  —  We asked.  Some answered.  Here's what we found out.  —  Around 4 in the morning on May 31, after another night of walking miles …
Tara Kelly / Poynter:
Profile of member-funded French local news site Mediacités, which has gained 20% additional paying readers with solutions-based investigations amid the pandemic  —  This case study is part of Resilience Reports, a series from the European Journalism Centre about how news organizations across Europe …
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Kelly McBride / NPR:
NPR's public editor answers questions about terms used to describe protests and George Floyd's death, focusing on importance of not trying to economize words  —  Since a Minneapolis police officer killed George Floyd on Memorial Day, NPR has faced ethical challenges every hour of every day …
Megan Specia / New York Times:
In a role reversal, foreign governments, among them Turkey and Australia, call on American authorities to respect press freedom and protect reporters  —  Citing police actions against journalists, Germany, Australia and Turkey call for respect for press freedom.
Lucinda Southern / Digiday:
UK's Channel 4 is building an in-house digital content studio, 4Studio, to expand beyond linear programming and produce branded content for social platforms  —  U.K. broadcaster Channel 4 is looking for its in-house content shop to expand beyond linear programming.
John Crowley / Press Gazette:
As the number of UK freelancers rises to 32K in 2019 from 21K in 2010, support networks grow, but funding for projects tends to go to newsrooms, not individuals  —  May is traditionally seen as the month of merriment.  —  For journalists who were furloughed or made redundant it gave …
 
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Josh Gerstein / Politico:
US Court of Appeals for DC Circuit rules the White House violated the due process rights of Playboy reporter Brian Karem when it suspended his press pass
Sara Fischer / Axios:
Memo: The Athletic is laying off nearly 8% of staff, or 46 people, and cutting pay with most people being asked to take a 10% cut for the rest of 2020
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[Thread] Alexis Ohanian resigns from the Reddit board, urges company to fill his seat with a black candidate, pledges $1M to Kaepernick's Know Your Rights Camp
NPPA:
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Jeanine Poggi / Ad Age:
Disney to launch Disney Hulu XP, which will allow advertisers to make one buy across its entire digital portfolio and curb how often users see the same ads