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10:10 PM ET, April 5, 2021

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Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Stewart Bainum and Hansjörg Wyss say they can personally contribute $600M+ total toward their $680M bid, up from $200M, as Alden's bid loses favor  —  Tribune likely to deem new bid superior to agreement with Alden, according to sources  —  A Maryland hotel magnate …
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Katie Robertson / New York Times:
Tribune says it has begun discussions about a sale to Bainum and Wyss' company Newslight, but won't terminate the Alden merger agreement for now  —  Two months after agreeing to sell itself to Alden Global Capital, a New York hedge fund, the company behind The Chicago Tribune and The Baltimore Sun may shift course.
Orlando Sentinel:
Orlando Sentinel's editorial board says an impending takeover of Tribune by Alden Global Capital feels like “an existential moment for our newspaper's future”
Shawna Chen / Axios:
SCOTUS vacates a lower court ruling that Trump's Twitter blocks violate the First Amendment  —  The Supreme Court vacated a lower court ruling that found former President Trump violated the First Amendment by blocking followers on Twitter, ordering the case to be dismissed as moot now that he is no longer in office.
Brandy Zadrozny / NBC News:
A look at The News Alerts of Beaver County, a 43,000-member Facebook Group in PA that fills the local news void but often hosts exaggerations and falsehoods  —  The day after Thanksgiving 2019, residents of Chippewa Township, Pennsylvania, watched from their windows as state …
Sarah Ellison / Washington Post:
How Condé Nast's rushed push for diversity, alongside Anna Wintour's hazy understanding of Teen Vogue, left its staff blindsided after the McCammond hiring mess  —  From the start, Alexi McCammond seemed an unlikely candidate to become a top boss within the storied Vogue empire — at least on paper.
Ben Smith / New York Times:
Profile of Viet Dinh, Fox's chief legal officer, who has been seen internally as the company's power center since before Lachlan Murdoch moved to Australia  —  Even before the company's C.E.O., Lachlan Murdoch, moved to Australia, Viet Dinh was seen as Fox's power center.
Josh Marshall / The Atlantic:
Many digital news outlets are just not financially viable, and those that sought scale lost to platforms; survivors nurture durable ties to specific customers  —  On March 9, management at HuffPost notified 47 employees that they were being laid off as part of a cost-cutting effort following …
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Audible hires Zola Mashariki, former senior exec at Fox Searchlight and BET, to oversee original content as the new head of Audible Studios  —  Zola Mashariki, former senior exec at Fox Searchlight and BET, is the new head of Audible Studios.  —  In the role at the Amazon-owned audio content platform …
The Princetonian:
EICs of all eight Ivy League papers are women for the first time: they discuss what this milestone means, priorities moving forward, and more  —  For the first time, women hold the highest editorial positions at all eight Ivy League papers.  —  The path to leadership …
Jill Goldsmith / Deadline:
ViacomCBS Networks International to acquire Chilevisión from WarnerMedia, expanding its Latin America footprint and Spanish content library  —  ViacomCBS Networks International has agreed to acquire Chilevisión from AT&T's WarnerMedia for an undisclosed sum, expanding its footprint in Latin America.
Katie Robertson / New York Times:
NYT names Jim Dao, a deputy editor on the national desk, as its new Metro editor; Dao has worked in a wide range of roles at the paper since 1992  —  A veteran of the paper is appointed to lead its local coverage as candidates line up to succeed Mayor Bill de Blasio, and New York City looks beyond the pandemic.
Meredith Conroy / FiveThirtyEight:
How distrust of the news media became a point of political identity among Republicans and a basis for Americans to sort themselves into political tribes  —  There's little question that the media is one of the least trusted institutions in Republican circles.
 
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David Agren / The Guardian:
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