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11:10 AM ET, June 26, 2020

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David Folkenflik / NPR:
The LA Times says it has reached a settlement of a lawsuit filed by a group of newsroom employees claiming the paper has discriminatory pay practices  —  In the latest action by employees critical of the Los Angeles Times' fraught newsroom history of race and gender, the paper has been hit …
Popular Information:
Ben Shapiro's The Daily Wire has massive engagement on Facebook, helped by a network of pages that simultaneously post at least 10 Daily Wire links per day  —  Founder of The Daily Wire, Ben Shapiro.  (MARK RALSTON/AFP via Getty Images)  —  The success of The Daily Wire …
Bloomberg:
Tencent is launching Trovo, a Twitch-like streaming service, in the US, and plans to entice creators with a $30M partnership program starting in July  —  - Trovo is a close analog to Twitch and already live online  — Preparing official launch with $30 million recruitment budget
Rachel Premack / Business Insider:
Condé Nast suspended Bon Appétit video editor Matt Hunziker; employees suggest Hunziker's social posts critical of Condé Nast and Bon Appétit led to suspension  —  - Condé Nast has suspended a Bon Appétit video editor, Matt Hunziker, “pending investigation” by the company.
Will Bedingfield / Wired:
Some top composers are choosing video game soundtracks over Hollywood, as game music is finally receiving the praise and mainstream recognition it deserves  —  In 1996, while making music for the Fox Family Channel, Inon Zur received a phone call from the man who would later become his agent.
Discussion: @winphillips
Christopher Ingraham / Washington Post:
An overview of 3 studies on the relationship between consuming rightwing media and believing in pandemic conspiracy theories or failing to try to avoid COVID-19  —  The three studies paint a picture of a media ecosystem that entertains conspiracy theories and discourages audiences from taking steps to protect themselves and others
nyguild.org:
New Yorker union members staged a four-hour work stoppage Thursday to demand that contracts include a just cause clause to prevent arbitrary dismissal  —  Today, the New Yorker Union is undertaking a half-day work stoppage.  From 9 A.M. to 1 P.M., union members will not participate …
Taylor Hatmaker / TechCrunch:
Facebook says it is globally rolling out a notification screen warning users if they try to share content that's more than 90 days old  —  Facebook announced Thursday that it would introduce a notification screen warning users if they try to share content that's more than 90 days old.
Ken Doctor / Nieman Lab:
Interview with Bloomberg Media CEO Justin Smith, who says the company is investing in online video channel QuickTake, formerly TicToc, which has about 100 staff  —  “Bloomberg” is a Rorschach test of a word.  —  For many, it represents the unique New York City politician whose presidential …
Jennifer Brandel / We Are Hearken:
Jennifer Brandel steps down as CEO of Hearken, which helps newsrooms connect with audiences, as Hearken merges with Switchboard, which helps manage communities  —  Hi reader.  Thanks for seeing this headline and being curious enough to click.  —  The TL;DR: I'm moving out of the CEO role …
Molly McCluskey / Poynter:
Freelancers and contractors are rarely counted in the tabulations of journalism jobs lost amid the pandemic, and they face higher risks, often without insurance  —  While nearly every industry is facing layoffs due to the coronavirus epidemic, journalism is bearing a particular brunt.
 
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Bloomberg:
CAA partners with New Enterprise Associates to form Connect Ventures, a $100M fund to invest in media and tech companies, starting with Spire Animation Studios
Discussion: Deadline
Tom Stites / Poynter:
UNC report finds that ~25% of the 9K newspapers published in 2004 have failed and 1,800 communities that had papers in 2004 are now news deserts
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Jill Goldsmith / Deadline:
Vice launches Vice World News, which will create international TV, audio, and digital news programming across beats like climate, drugs, privacy, inequality
Sara Fischer / Axios:
Google announces a licensing program to pay publishers for content for a new news product, launching later this year, as part of the Google News Initiative
Hannah Murphy / Financial Times:
Sources: Facebook's head of trust and safety policy admits to a “trust deficit” on a call with 200+ advertisers, as the company tries to stem an ad boycott