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8:45 PM ET, May 25, 2021


 Top News: 
Robert Channick / Chicago Tribune:
SEC filing: Alden took out two loans, totaling $278M, in the Tribune Publishing deal and removed CEO Terry Jimenez; Tribune was debt-free  —  It didn't take long for Alden Global Capital to put its imprint — and significant debt — on Tribune Publishing, after closing its $633 million acquisition …
Sara Fischer / Axios:
Sources: NYT is looking into a full acquisition of The Athletic, not a merger or a joint venture  —  The New York Times is looking into a potential acquisition of The Athletic, three sources familiar with the matter tell Axios.  —  Driving the news: Sources say The Times approached …
Lindsey Ellefson / The Wrap:
Over 100 AP staff sign a letter saying they “strongly disapprove” with how Emily Wilder's firing was handled and call on AP to update social media policies  —  Over 100 Associated Press employees signed a letter to management Monday saying they “strongly disapprove” …
Benjamin Mullin / Wall Street Journal:
In a staff meeting, Jeff Zucker said a CNN streaming platform will launch within the next year, and he defended the lack of a suspension for Chris Cuomo  —  President Jeff Zucker also said during a town hall that he would consider his future at the cable network given CNN parent company's merger with Discovery
Times of India:
Delhi police visited two Twitter offices in India after demanding Twitter explain why a “manipulated media” tag was given to a BJP spokesperson's tweet  —  - Tribunals are in pathetic condition, make appointments in without specifying tenure: SC to Centre
Fares Akram / Associated Press:
17 journalists covering Gaza say their WhatsApp accounts were blocked, possibly because they followed a Hamas group; WhatsApp says it will reinstate accounts  —  GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — A few hours after the latest cease-fire took effect in the Gaza Strip, a number of Palestinian journalists …
Discussion: @kenroth and BuzzFeed News
Canadian Press:
Facebook has signed deals with 14 Canadian publishers to pay for the ability to link to their news stories that are not already posted on its platform  —  MENLO PARK, Calif. — Facebook Inc. says it will pay some Canadian publishers for the ability to link to news stories not already posted on its platform.
Sara Fischer / Axios:
AP and FanDuel sign an agreement to make FanDuel the exclusive provider of sports odds across the AP's global sports report  —  FanDuel and The Associated Press have reached an agreement to make FanDuel the exclusive provider of sports odds across AP's global sports report, executives tell Axios.
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
Fox Nation to start streaming Fox News' primetime opinion lineup of Tucker Carlson Tonight, Hannity, and The Ingraham Angle the day after it airs on cable  —  Fox News Channel said it would make its lineup of primetime opinion programs available on its Fox Nation streaming-video service …
Megan Graham / CNBC:
Report: Amazon's ad revenue is 2.4x larger than the combined revenue of Snap, Twitter, Roku, and Pinterest, and is growing 1.7x as quickly  —  - The major growth in Amazon's advertising unit means its revenue contribution is now 2.4 times larger than Snap, Twitter, Roku and Pinterest combined …
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Shibani Mahtani / Washington Post:
Myanmar junta detained American managing editor of Frontier Myanmar magazine as he was trying to leave the country; the magazine says he's being held in prison
Frank Pallotta / CNN:
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert will be filmed in front of a full, live audience starting June 14 for the first time since March 2020
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David McCabe / New York Times:
A new Florida law regulates how Twitter, YouTube, and others moderate speech, with fines for banning candidates; the law exempts companies that own theme parks
Matthew Dessem / Slate:
In a Last Week Tonight episode about sponsored content, John Oliver tricked three local US TV stations into airing a promo for a bogus “sexual wellness blanket”