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2:15 PM ET, June 30, 2020

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Sara Fischer / Axios:
Facebook will change its News Feed algorithm to prioritize news stories with original reporting and demote ones that are not transparent about their authors  —  Beginning today, Facebook will be updating the way news stories are ranked in its News Feed to prioritize original reporting, executives tell Axios.
Abner Li / 9to5Google:
YouTube TV is raising its monthly rate to $64.99, due to “the rising cost of content”, from $49; ViacomCBS channels are becoming available on the service today  —  Back in April of last year, YouTube TV raised its monthly fee to $49.  The cord-cutting subscription will soon cost $64.99 for all.
The Daily Beast:
New York judge issues a temporary restraining order halting publication of Mary Trump's book and orders her and Simon & Schuster to appear in court July 10  —  Mary Trump's upcoming, explosive tell-all about the president has hit a temporary setback as a judge grants Robert Trump a Temporary Restraining Order to halt publication.
Lian Buan / RAPPLER:
Discussion: @mariaressa
Ronan Shields / Adweek:
Sell-side ad tech company Rubicon Project, which merged with Telaria in April, rebrands as Magnite  —  New branding unveiled three months after official union  —  Rubicon Project has rebranded as Magnite, as the sell-side ad-tech company aims to convince investors that it is more than the sum …
Discussion: AdExchanger
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Ina Fried / Axios:
Memo: Microsoft suspended its ads on Facebook and Instagram in the US in May and has since expanded the pause globally, over concerns of “inappropriate content”
Olivia Nuzzi / New York Magazine:
Betsy Rothstein, a Washington, DC, media gossip columnist who worked at The Hill, Fishbowl DC, and then The Daily Caller, has died of cancer  —  I don't know what I expected Betsy Rothstein to look like, but I guess I wasn't expecting a woman who made her living filleting media personalities …
Ken Doctor / Nieman Lab:
Sources: some nonprofit journalism leaders are considering a bid for all of McClatchy, which would create the first major nonprofit newspaper chain in the US  —  The next 48 hours may decide the fate of two of America's largest newspaper chains that collectively serve almost a fifth of all American local newspaper readers.
Lucas Shaw / Bloomberg:
In recent years, Netflix has embraced YouTube, its biggest competitor, gaining 1M+ subscribers on its channel Netflix Is a Joke and around 3M for Netflix Junior  —  When Netflix released a 27-minute video of Dave Chappelle earlier this month, the most surprising part of his performance was not what he said but where he said it.
Fiona Monga / Substack Blog:
Substack opens up its fellowship to applicants with a $100K grant for the top recipient and $25K advances for each of the other four fellows  —  Today we're announcing the next generation of the Substack Fellowship for Independent Writers, which features a $100,000 grant for the top recipient …
Discussion: Deez Links
 
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Reporters Without Borders:
RSF: at least 90 of the 193 UN member countries, including the US, UK, China, India, and Germany, obstructed COVID-19 coverage since the start of the pandemic
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Artlist, which provides royalty-free libraries of music, sound effects, and video clips to creators on platforms like YouTube, raises $48M led by KKR
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Amazon launches Watch Party on Amazon Prime Video, a desktop feature for US Prime members to watch content together and chat with up to 100 viewers
Lindsey Ellefson / The Wrap:
In an internal FAQ, WarnerMedia leadership told staffers that the CNN Center in Atlanta will be sold, but some operations will remain in Atlanta
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Brent Lang / Variety:
AMC Theatres delays the reopening of 450 US locations from July 15 to July 30, and says it hopes to be fully operational by early August
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Julia Alexander / The Verge:
YouTube bans six channels, including those of white supremacists Stefan Molyneux, David Duke, and Richard Spencer, for violating its hate speech policies
New York Times:
The New York Times pulls its stories from Apple News, saying the service does not align with its strategy of building direct relationships with paying readers
Rahul Shrivastava / India Today:
Indian government bans 59 Chinese apps including TikTok, UC News, UC Browser, and WeChat, citing national security and maintaining public order
Lloyd Grove / The Daily Beast:
Sources: CNN's Van Jones helped craft Trump's executive order on police reform; Jones appeared on CNN to praise the EO without disclosing his work