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12:05 AM ET, July 10, 2020


 Top News: 
Alex Sherman / CNBC:
Sources: NBCUniversal's subscription video service Peacock is unlikely to reach a carriage deal with Amazon or Roku before its July 15 launch but talks continue  —  - NBCUniversal's Peacock is unlikely to reach a deal with either Amazon or Roku before its national July 15 launch, according to people familiar with the matter.
Nandini Jammi:
Nandini Jammi, half of Sleeping Giants, explains how she worked well with Matt Rivitz early on, then Rivitz monopolized media interviews and diminished her work  —  How my white male co-founder gaslighted me out of the movement we built together.  —  Nearly four years after I began building …
David Folkenflik / NPR:
Sources: VOA head Michael Pack has signaled that he will not approve visa extensions for dozens of foreign journalists working for the outlet in the US  —  Dozens of foreign nationals working as journalists in the U.S. for Voice of America, the federal government's international broadcaster …
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
The Harper's letter rejects public shaming and consequences for speech, calling them censorship, when they're forms of the counterspeech it claims to support  —  There's a slightly bizarre Letter on Justice and Open Debate that Harper's Magazine is publishing, signed by a long list of famous people …
Gideon Lewis-Kraus / New Yorker:
A deep look at the rift between some prominent Silicon Valley figures and increasingly critical media, based on the case of Slate Star Codex vs. The NYT  —  How a controversial rationalist blogger became a mascot and martyr in a struggle against the New York Times.
Sam Biddle / The Intercept:
Sources: Dataminr, an official Twitter partner, relayed tweets and other social media posts about BLM protesters directly to police, contrary to earlier claims  —  Leveraging close ties to Twitter, controversial artificial intelligence startup Dataminr helped law enforcement digitally monitor …
Chicago Reporter:
Chicago PD shuts down its arrest API, used by journalists to access arrest data, after Chicago Reporter used it to reveal that CPD had inflated looting claims  —  Blocking access to key law enforcement data hinders critical accountability efforts by journalists and researchers and ultimately limits discourse on public safety.
Steven Perlberg / Digiday:
A look at Protocol's first months in a crowded tech journalism ecosystem, the challenge of applying the Politico playbook, divisions between the EIC and staff  —  In April, reporters and editors at Protocol, the new technology publication launched by the owner of Politico, gathered for a “weekly huddle” video call.
Brooks Barnes / New York Times:
Walt Disney World in Florida to reopen on Saturday, as Disney faces revenue pressure with postponed movies and no live sports for TV channels amid the pandemic  —  The mega-resort will welcome back visitors on Saturday even as coronavirus cases in Florida remain high.  In doing so, Disney steps into a politicized debate.
John Ourand / Sports Business Daily:
Sources: Nielsen told TV network execs that it is delaying its September out-of-home measurement, which would capture viewing in bars, gyms, and more  —  The most positive news I can report today: Inter Miami CF vs. Orlando City SC is on ESPN tonight.  —  SOURCES: NIELSEN DELAYS OUT-OF-HOME MEASUREMENT ROLLOUT
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Kevin G. Hall / McClatchy Washington Bureau:
McClatchy auction is back on for Friday, after a judge rejected Alden's effort to weaken Chatham Asset Management's bid; auction winner to be approved July 24
Jon Allsop / Columbia Journalism Review:
New Hong Kong security law limits outlets' reporting, including access to court proceedings; China has established an HK bureau overseeing foreign news agencies
Edmund Lee / New York Times:
Profile of Parrot Analytics, which uses Google queries, Facebook Likes, pirated downloads, and Wikipedia traffic to determine the popularity of streaming shows
Andy Maxwell / TorrentFreak:
EU court rules that online platforms like YouTube need not hand over to rights holders the email or IP addresses of users who upload pirated content
Jacob Bernstein / New York Times:
Former employees at fashion magazine V accuse EIC Stephen Gan of sexism, racism, homophobia, and verbal abuse
Lindsey Ellefson / The Wrap:
Newsmax TV makes Nielsen weekly ratings debut and averages about 21K viewers, compared to 1.9M for Fox and 1.1M for CNN
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Michael M. Grynbaum / New York Times:
Joy Reid will host The ReidOut, a new nightly show on MSNBC, starting July 20, becoming the only Black woman hosting a nightly evening show on a major network
Matthew Weaver / The Guardian:
BBC to end free TV licenses for those over 75, with exceptions for low-income households, starting August 1 after a two-month delay
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Hanaa' Tameez / Nieman Lab:
Google News Initiative and LION Publishers pilot a free 8-week virtual boot camp on journalism entrepreneurship, run by Phillip Smith, from Sept. 21 to Nov. 9
Mike Isaac / New York Times:
An independent audit commissioned by Facebook harshly criticizes the company, arguing that some of its decisions were “significant setbacks for civil rights”