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3:25 PM ET, June 22, 2020


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Hayley Miller / HuffPost:
The Tennessean says it is launching an investigation into how a full-page anti-Muslim ad by a Christian doomsday cult was published in its Sunday print edition  —  The Tennessean said it's investigating how a full-page, anti-Muslim ad was published.  —  The Tennessean ― …
Nicole Asbury / Poynter:
The AP updates its style to now capitalize “Black” when used in a racial, ethnic, or cultural sense for people who identify as Black  —  'For all the newsrooms waiting on AP to set the example, there's no excuse'  —  The Associated Press announced Friday afternoon it's changing …
Tom Warren / The Verge:
Microsoft says it is closing its Mixer live streaming service on July 22 and plans to move existing partners over to Facebook Gaming starting today  —  It's a strategic move for the future of xCloud  —  Microsoft is closing its Mixer service on July 22nd and plans to move existing partners over to Facebook Gaming.
Keach Hagey / Wall Street Journal:
eMarketer: Google's US ad revenue will decline in 2020 for the first time since it started tracking in 2008, due to a reliance on travel industry ads  —  Research firm eMarketer says decline would be the first since it started tracking Google's ad revenue in 2008
Charlotte Tobitt / Press Gazette:
YouGov poll of UK adults: 23% have one active news subscription, while 52% don't and won't; 39% say access to free news undermines needing a subscription  —  Three-quarters of regular news readers do not currently pay to subscribe to any print or online newsbrand, and more than half say they have no plans to do so in future.
Will Bunch / The Philadelphia Inquirer:
“Police said” journalism far too often misses the reality of police dishonesty in crime reporting, to the detriment of the perception of Black communities  —  The headline in the self-proclaimed People Paper — the Philadelphia Daily News — spelled it out in black and white …
Joshua Nevett / BBC:
A look at Unsubscribe, a $0 budget, 29-minute DIY horror movie shot entirely on Zoom, which exploited a loophole to top the US box office earlier in June  —  In normal times, blockbuster movies usually dominate the box office charts.  —  The big-budget productions, directed by the likes of James Cameron …
Tara Kelly / European Journalism Centre:
The Local Europe's paying members rose by 70% with reader surveys, explanatory articles, transparent membership messaging, and other small changes amid pandemic  —  Reader surveys, altered working hours, new membership messaging and cross-border collaborations: this Europe-wide network …
Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
Four authors resign from JK Rowling's literary agency after accusing it of declining to issue a public statement in support for transgender rights  —  Writers had asked company ‘to reaffirm their commitment to transgender rights and equality’  —  Four authors represented by JK Rowling's literary agency …
A.J. Katz / TVNewser:
After three months away, CBS This Morning and Fox & Friends returned to their studios in NYC  —  After nearly 100 days away from the office, CBS This Morning returned to its home, Studio 57 at the CBS Broadcast Center in New York.  —  Not only have CBS This Morning's host trio of Gayle King …
Discussion: Deadline and The Hill
Anthony Ha / TechCrunch:
Hulu announces a new offer-focused ad unit called GatewayGo, with an option to send offers to a user's phone or tablet via push notification, email, or QR code  —  Hulu is unveiling a new ad unit today, which it's calling GatewayGo.  The idea is to give viewers a way to directly interact …
Discussion: Variety
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Arab News will launch a new digital French edition on July 14, its third international edition after Pakistan and Japan
Harris Cohen / The Keyword:
Google starts adding Fact Check labels under the thumbnail image results in Google Images globally
Michelle García / The Nation:
The US media needs to confront its default white and wealthy-centric worldview, which plagued early reporting of the pandemic, when covering the climate crisis
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Maureen Ryan / Vanity Fair:
Assistants working for Sony, NBCU, and Warner Bros. say their pay has dropped by at least a third as they've come under pressure to underreport overtime hours
Charlotte Alfred / Nieman Reports:
Nonprofits are helping European media institutions address their diversity problems by matching refugee journalists from conflict countries with news outlets
Spencer Hsu / Washington Post:
Federal judge rejects DOJ's emergency request to block the publication of John Bolton's White House memoir The Room Where It Happened