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7:25 PM ET, June 23, 2021

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Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
Reuters Institute report: US ranks last among 46 countries for trust in media, with just 29% saying they trust the news; Finland has the highest trust at 65%  —  Just 29% of people surveyed in the U.S. said they trust the news, compared to 45% in Canada and 54% in Brazil.
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Amanda Meade / The Guardian:
Survey of 2K+ Australians: 80% haven't read a newspaper or magazine in the past week, 52% say they're interested in news; print readership halved since 2016
Lillian Rizzo / Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Peacock had fewer than 10M paid subs as of May; Comcast is considering a deal with ViacomCBS or acquiring Roku as it seeks to become a streaming giant  —  CEO Brian Roberts is out to prove that having content and distribution under one roof can make his cable colossus a winner
New York Times:
Apple Daily says it will cease operations, with online and print editions ending today, after Chinese police froze its accounts and arrested executives  —  The police also arrested an editorial writer as part of an expanding national security investigation into the newspaper that has raised concerns about free speech.
Joe Flint / Wall Street Journal:
NFL says it is exploring options for its media properties, including selling stakes to strategic partners, but insists it will maintain control  —  Football league hires Goldman Sachs to aid in hunt for potential partnerships  —  The National Football League is exploring options …
Caitlin Moscatello / New York Magazine:
A 2019 lawsuit by five women anchors at NY1 and sources detail a toxic workplace at the station, driven by prominent anchors like Pat Kiernan and Jamie Stelter  —  Pat Kiernan wanted the bagels.  It was January 15, 2020 — National Bagel Day — and the crew of NY1's morning show, Mornings on 1 …
J. Clara Chan / Hollywood Reporter:
Fuse Media launches Fuse+, a streaming service that is aimed at underrepresented millennial and Gen Z audiences and costs $1.99 a month or $19.99 annually  —  Fuse+, which launches in beta on Tuesday, will cost $1.99 a month and house over 500 hours of original programming.
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Nilay Patel / The Verge:
Q&A with Patreon CEO Jack Conte on its relationship with Apple, App Store's 30% cut, supporting creators across platforms, competing with tech giants, and more  —  Today's guest on Decoder is Jack Conte, the co-founder and CEO of Patreon, a platform that allows people to pay …
Sahil Patel / The Information:
Source: nearly 40% of ads that air on YouTube in the US are now watched on TVs, up from 12% two years ago  —  Viewers of YouTube, who have long watched the popular video service on their phones and computers, are now increasingly watching it on television sets, according to new data shared with The Information.
Discussion: @amir
James Batchelor / GamesIndustry.biz:
Q&A with Walt Disney Games' SVP Sean Shoptaw and Disney & Pixar Games' VP Luigi Priore on opening Disney's IP to game studios of all sizes, and more  —  Walt Disney Games' Sean Shoptaw and Disney & Pixar Games' Luigi Priore on opening their vault of world-famous IP to studios of all sizes
 
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Bloomberg:
YouTube Shorts, which launched new stars but is rife with clickbait and TikTok re-uploads, will use new metrics to pay creators via a $100M fund this summer
Reuters:
DOJ says it has seized 36 Iranian media websites and sites for groups affiliated with Iran that violate US sanctions and are linked to Iranian disinformation
Martin Pengelly / The Guardian:
Dean Baquet defends Maggie Haberman after a Fox News article accused her of being fixated on Trump and failing to properly cover Joe Biden
Javier Espinoza / Financial Times:
European Commission says it has opened an antitrust investigation into whether Google favors its own display ad tech over rivals