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10:55 PM ET, June 11, 2021

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The Pulitzer Prizes:
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Kerry Flynn / CNN:
Pulitzer board gives a special citation to Darnella Frazier, who filmed George Floyd's murder  —  New York (CNN Business)The Pulitzer Prizes recognize some of the year's most important journalism.  This year, someone who isn't a professional journalist, but whose actions had as much impact as any, is among those being honored.
David Mack / BuzzFeed News:
BuzzFeed News wins its first Pulitzer Prize for its series exposing China's mass detention of Muslims in the Xinjiang region  —  BuzzFeed News won a Pulitzer Prize on Friday for a series of innovative articles that used satellite images, 3D architectural models, and daring in-person interviews …
Alex Barker / Financial Times:
NewsCorp subsidiary News Group Newspapers reports loss of £201M for FY 2020, forcing it to write down The Sun by £84M, as pandemic hits circulation and ads  —  Pandemic hits circulation and advertising at tabloid newspaper that helped build media baron's empire
Josh Kosman / New York Post:
Sources: Sinclair is raising $250M for a sports streaming service set to launch next year, aiming to charge $23/month in markets where it owns broadcast rights  —  Sinclair Broadcast Group is quietly raising money for a new service that would stream games by the St. Louis Cardinals …
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Sources: Spotify is in talks with Alexandra Cooper for an exclusive licensing deal for her podcast, Call Her Daddy, produced by Barstool Sports, for around $20M  —  Spotify is on the hunt for another big-name podcaster: The company is in advanced talks with Alexandra Cooper to bring raunchy talk show …
Washington Post:
New reporting on the possible origins of the coronavirus has led to news outlets amending headlines and stories from last year with softer language  —  Early last year, New York Times science writer Donald G. McNeil Jr. reported on a controversial theory about the coronavirus that had begun …
Dawn Gilbertson / USA Today:
American Airlines to retire its in-flight magazine with the June issue, as travelers entertainment tastes move to electronic devices  —  In the first issue of American Airlines' in-flight magazine, flight attendants were called stewardesses and business travelers were pitched family fares offering half-price tickets for “your wife.”
 
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Tim Ingham / Music Business Worldwide:
Sony Music to disregard unrecouped balances for heritage catalog artists; artists who last received an advance before 2000 to receive streaming, other royalties
Sara Fischer / Axios:
Journalist and author Kyle Chayka says he made $33K in one week selling 131 NFTs to fund two months of his daily entertainment and culture newsletter Dirt
Ryan Browne / CNBC:
Google commits to involve UK's competition and privacy regulators in the development of its Privacy Sandbox proposals to replace third-party cookies on Chrome
Medium:
Over 400 journalists sign a letter calling for an immediate change in coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, including some from WaPo, WSJ, NYT, LA Times
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Axios:
Sources: Fox and News Corp lobbyists have been urging Republican Congress members to support soon-to-be-introduced tech antitrust bills spearheaded by Democrats
John Gramlich / Pew Research Center:
To determine a story's trustworthiness, half of US adults consider the outlet an important factor, 47% cite the sources quoted, and 30% cite their gut instinct
Brian Stelter / CNN:
Jeffrey Toobin, fired by The New Yorker and suspended by CNN after exposing himself in a Zoom call with colleagues, returns to CNN as chief legal correspondent
Jack Morse / Mashable:
Twitter says it will add a newsletter subscribe button to user profiles in the coming weeks, available to those with a Revue account; Twitter will take a 5% cut