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7:15 PM ET, April 28, 2022

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New York Times:
G/O Media acquires Quartz for an undisclosed price; Quartz CEO and co-founder Zach Seward will stay on at the company as Quartz's EIC and general manager  —  The deal is the latest in a wave of consolidation among digital publishers.  —  G/O Media, the owner of websites that once belonged …
Natalia Antelava / Coda Story:
Dozens of local newsrooms in Ukraine say they face drops in revenue and audience on Facebook and Instagram, as Meta broadly applies its disinformation tools  —  Valerii Garmash, a 42-year-old Ukrainian coder and entrepreneur, remembers the devastation Russians left behind in Slovyansk …
J. Clara Chan / The Hollywood Reporter:
Source: Netflix laid off at least 10 full-time people Thursday from the editorial unit in its marketing division, which just launched fan site Tudum in December  —  At least 10 full-time staff working under the editorial division were laid off on Thursday, a source says.
Financial Times:
In an email, Twitter reassures advertisers it will remain a safe place for brands after Elon Musk's takeover, as advocacy groups predict more toxicity and abuse  —  Campaigners and car manufacturers among groups to express concern over Tesla chief's $44bn takeover
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Lauren Feiner / CNBC:
Twitter reports Q1 revenue of $1.2B, up 16% YoY, vs. $1.23B est., net income of $513M, and 229M mDAUs; Twitter says it won't offer guidance pending Musk's deal  —  - Twitter reported earnings for the first quarter of 2022.  — It could be one of its last as a public company after its board agreed …
Washington Post:
Some US officials, including the LA County sheriff, increasingly use power to attack or threaten journalists, sending intimidating messages to all media  —  A California sheriff's targeting of a reporter is the latest instance of authorities misusing power.  ‘These are steps toward autocracy,’ says one press freedom advocate.
Annie Palmer / CNBC:
Amazon reports Q1 advertising services revenue grew 23% YoY to $7.88B vs $8.17B est., and subscription services grew 11% to $8.4B  —  - Amazon shares fell in extended trading on Thursday after the company gave a revenue forecast that trailed analysts' estimates.
Lauren Forristal / TechCrunch:
Sensor Tower: HBO Max had a 21% US download market share for Q1 2022, ahead of Disney+'s 17% and Netflix's 15%; Peacock, Hulu, and Prime Video had at least 10%  —  Sensor Tower's “Q1 2022: Store Intelligence Data Digest” report saw HBO Max as a top contender for the most downloaded apps …
Reuters:
Apple's Q2 Services revenue grew 17% to $19.8B and it had 825M paying subscribers globally across all services, up from 785M in Q1  —  Apple Inc (AAPL.O) on Thursday reported record fiscal second-quarter sales and profit that beat Wall Street estimates as it managed chip shortages and consumers snapped up new iPhones.
Aisha Malik / TechCrunch:
Snap partners with Live Nation to launch AR experiences built into concerts and festivals, starting with the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas in May  —  Snap is partnering with Live Nation to enhance the experience of going to concerts and festivals via its AR technology.
 
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Georg Szalai / The Hollywood Reporter:
NBCU reports Q1 revenue of $10.3B, up 46.6% YoY, as EBITDA reached $1.6B; Peacock had $472M revenue, a $456M loss, added 4M paid subscribers for 13M total
Joe Flint / Wall Street Journal:
ESPN anchor Sage Steele sues the network and parent Disney, alleging ESPN violated her free-speech rights by retaliating for her words on a Jay Cutler podcast
Ashley Carman / Bloomberg:
Spotify Q1: revenue rose 24% YoY to €2.66B, including €282M from ads, up 31% YoY; paid subs rose 15% YoY to 182M, despite losing 1.5M in Russia; stock down 12%+