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6:20 PM ET, June 13, 2020

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Dan Froomkin / Salon:
NYT's op-ed page should be radically transparent: establish public standards for accuracy, good faith, and pertinence, and explain and contextualize exceptions  —  After the Tom Cotton snafu and the departure of James Bennet, the Times has a golden opportunity to set an example
Jim Brunner / The Seattle Times:
Fox News website published digitally altered and misleading photos on stories about Seattle's Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, removed them after inquiries  —  Fox News published digitally altered and misleading photos on stories about Seattle's Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ) …
Yashar Ali / HuffPost:
Sources detail a history of insensitive and racist comments by Barbara Fedida, a powerful ABC News exec who has now been placed on administrative leave  —  Sources say Barbara Fedida, a powerful ABC News executive, has an extensive history of insensitive comments.
Amal Clooney / Washington Post:
A preview of an expected verdict Monday for Maria Ressa, the Filipino American journalist charged with “cyber libel”; US response will send a signal to others  —  Amal Clooney is a barrister at Doughty Street Chambers, Britain's special envoy on media freedom and counsel to Maria Ressa.
Biz Carson / Protocol:
Q&A with Chris Best, CEO of Substack: the company has seen revenue increase 60% and readership and writership double in the first three months of the pandemic  —  If it seems like everyone is launching a newsletter these days, well, you're not wrong.  Chris Best, CEO and founder …
Ginny Marvin / Marketing Land:
Google says it's updating its advertising policies to prohibit demographic and zip code targeting for housing, employment, and credit ads  —  The update will roll out in the U.S. and Canada this year.  —  Google is updating its advertising policies around housing, employment and credit opportunities, the company announced Thursday.
Noah Hurowitz / Columbia Journalism Review:
NYPD shouldn't be in charge of issuing press passes as they routinely deny them to freelancers and small outlets, and have broad discretion to confiscate them  —  Last week, before heading out to report on New York City's intensifying protests over the death of George Floyd …
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
When TV shows like Tucker Carlson's spark controversy, companies can generate goodwill by withdrawing ads, but the money usually shifts elsewhere on the network  —  Tucker Carlson is, once again, losing advertisers.  But the real question is whether Fox News Channel is losing any of the cash …
Hanaa' Tameez / Nieman Lab:
The Dallas Morning News tests promo codes that individual journalists can offer people for free one-month digital subscriptions  —  Journalists around the world are three months into working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic.  As initial online traffic has surged and tapered …
Sean Burch / The Wrap:
HBO says it will be shutting down its HBO Go streaming app on July 31, following the recent launch of HBO Max; HBO Now will be rebranded as just HBO  —  HBO on Friday said it will be shutting down its HBO Go streaming app in July, following the recent launch of HBO Max, its new linchpin streaming service.
 
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Emily Sheffield named editor of the Evening Standard, replacing George Osborne who will become editor-in-chief
Jacob Kastrenakes / The Verge:
Twitch says it plans to scan clips of livestreams to automatically delete those that include copyrighted music in the next months, without penalizing streamers
Timothy B. Lee / Ars Technica:
Internet Archive to close its National Emergency Library, which offers free, unrestricted access to ebooks, on June 16, after lawsuit from four major publishers
Kerry Flynn / CNN:
Sources: Refinery29, a brand focused on women's empowerment, fostered a toxic workplace at odds with its public image, including pay gaps for women and POC