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1:25 PM ET, April 13, 2021

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Oversight Board:
Facebook Oversight Board will now accept appeals to remove content from Facebook and Instagram; previously, users were only able to appeal to restore content  —  From today, users will be able to appeal content to the Oversight Board which they want removed from Facebook and Instagram.
Reuters:
Reuters News names Alessandra Galloni as its next EIC, starting April 19; she will be the first woman to lead the news agency  —  (Reuters) -Reuters News is set to name one of its top editors, Alessandra Galloni, as its next editor-in-chief, the first woman to lead the globe-spanning news agency in its 170-year history.
Katie Robertson / New York Times:
More than 650 tech workers at the NYT announce they have formed a union to be represented by the NewsGuild of New York  —  Tech workers at The New York Times announced on Tuesday that they had formed a union and would ask the company to recognize it.  —  The group of more than 650 employees …
Oliver Darcy / CNN:
In a letter, Lachlan Murdoch dismisses ADL complaint and claims a review of Tucker Carlson's comments found Carlson “decried and rejected replacement theory”  —  New York (CNN Business)Fox Corporation chief executive Lachlan Murdoch dismissed the Anti-Defamation League's demand …
Natasha Singer / New York Times:
Disney, Viacom, and 10 ad tech companies agree to remove or disable software from children's apps that could target children with ads, resolving three lawsuits  —  In legal settlements that could reshape the children's app market, Disney, Viacom and 10 advertising technology firms have agreed …
Sahil Patel / Wall Street Journal:
Contextual adtech company GumGum raises $75M, sources say at a ~$700M valuation, almost tripling from last funding round, as Google and Apple limit targeted ads  —  The adtech company focuses on contextual advertising, as opposed to ads that target people based on identifiable information
Ashley Carman / The Verge:
Spotify announces Car Thing, a Spotify-only, voice-controlled device for the car, launching today for free for select US users  —  It's free, but users have to pay for shipping  —  Spotify's first gadget has landed.  Car Thing, a Spotify-only, voice-controlled device for the car …
Sara Fischer / Axios:
DraftKings hires Brian Angiolet as its first chief media officer: sources: he'll lead a team that will evaluate potential media acquisitions and content efforts  —  DraftKings has hired Brian Angiolet, former senior vice president and chief business officer officer at Verizon, as the company's first-ever chief media officer.
Casey Newton / Platformer:
Casey Newton, 7 other writers covering tech, media, and culture to launch Sidechannel, a “virtual newsroom” on Discord open to subscribers of their publications  —  On Sunday night, Ben Smith at the New York Times got the scoop on a project I've been working on with some fellow independent reporters.
Hong Kong Free Press HKFP:
Epoch Times says its printing presses in Hong Kong were attacked by men wielding sledgehammers, the second such attack since 2019  —  A Hong Kong newspaper that is critical of Beijing said Monday its printing presses were ransacked by a gang of men wielding sledgehammers.
 
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Alice Speri / The Intercept:
Campus Reform, a conservative news site for higher education that uses students as reporters, has targeted professors, leading to harassment, doxxing, and more
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Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
Sources: a record ~110K viewers complained about BBC coverage of Prince Philip's death; 116 complained that BBC is making it too easy to complain about coverage
Mike Fleming Jr / Deadline:
Will Smith says his film Emancipation will not shoot in Georgia due to the state's new voting law; Apple bought the film last June for a reported $130M
Ben Smith / New York Times:
Substack strikes deals with trans writers, amid claims it supports allegedly anti-trans writers and is a kind of lucrative off ramp for “cancel culture” victims
Benjamin Mullin / Wall Street Journal:
Vox Media says it's buying Cafe Studios Inc., which publishes podcasts including one hosted by ex-US attorney Preet Bharara; Café Studios will remain as a brand