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7:50 PM ET, June 14, 2022


 Top News: 
Wall Street Journal:
Apple and Major League Soccer announce a 2023-2032 broadcasting deal, with games available via MLS Apple TV app or Apple TV+; source: deal is worth $250M+/year  —  Deal underscores iPhone maker's streaming ambitions and battle for sports programming  —  Apple Inc. AAPL 0.73%▲ …
Pew Research Center:
Journalist survey: 67% say social media has a negative impact on journalism, 82% think they should keep their views out of reporting, 55% oppose bothsiderism  —  77% would choose their career all over again, though 57% are highly concerned about future restrictions on press freedom
Kayleigh Barber / Digiday:
A Q&A with Axios EIC Sara Kehaulani Goo about its Business Suite newsletter package, bundling newsletters as an audience engagement strategy, and more  —  Bundling appears to be the new strategy for newsletter publishers like Axios that are hoping to lock in loyal readers.
Peter White / Deadline:
Netflix has ordered a 10-part reality series, Squid Game: The Challenge, with 456 English-language speakers from around the world competing for a $4.56M prize  —  Squid Game is becoming reality.  —  The dystopian Korean drama series - Netflix's biggest series ever - is being turned …
Dawn Chmielewski / Reuters:
Spotify announces a Safety Advisory Council to provide non-binding third-party input on issues such as hate speech, disinformation, and extremism  —  Spotify Technology SA (SPOT.N) on Monday announced it has formed a Safety Advisory Council to provide third-party input on issues such as hate speech …
Jessica Toonkel / The Information:
Sources: Warner Bros. Discovery will offer buyouts to its US ad sales team as part of a plan to shrink its global sales force of about 3,000 by as much as 30%  —  Warner Bros. Discovery will this week offer buyouts to members of its U.S. ad sales team, as part of a plan to shrink …
Discussion: Deadline, @amir and @timcast
Marcus Dieterle / Baltimore Fishbowl:
The nonprofit Baltimore Banner, funded by Stewart Bainum, launches with a newsroom staff of 42 journalists, with plans to grow to about 70 by the end of 2022  —  The Baltimore Banner officially launched their digital news publication Tuesday, with a newsroom staff of 42 journalists that it plans …
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Natasha Turak / CNBC:
The UAE bans Disney's new Pixar movie Lightyear, based on a violation of media content standards, despite saying in 2021 it would no longer censor films
Discussion: BBC and Deadline
Ash Parrish / The Verge:
Twitch expands its ad incentive program to more partners and promises bigger ad payouts by shifting from a fixed CPM to a percentage-based revenue share model
Sara Fischer / Axios:
The Washington Post's Arc XP CMS is licensed to over 2,000 companies, up from 1,500 a year ago; sources say it generates ~$40M-$50M in ARR but isn't profitable
Joe Flint / Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Peter Rice's firing from Disney was mulled for months; for some, he was an impassioned creative exec, for others, a malcontent off in his own fiefdom
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Madeleine Lim / Bloomberg:
Bloomberg journalist Haze Fan was released on bail in January, according to the Chinese embassy, after being detained in December 2020 and arrested in July 2021
Jennifer Maas / Variety:
Netflix, which has released 23 mobile games since November 2021, says it plans to double the number of games on its service by the end of 2022
Graham Readfearn / The Guardian:
Analysis of climate change denial content finds News Corp Australia-owned Sky News has become a central source for climate science misinformation globally
Lachlan Cartwright / The Daily Beast:
Sources: NY Post EIC Keith Poole removed longtime Page Six editor Emily Smith from her role, following an HR probe over bullying and abusive behavior claims