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10:15 PM ET, June 26, 2022

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Kevin Rector / Los Angeles Times:
Journalists covering abortion rights protests in Los Angeles on Friday say police used physical force to deny them access, ignoring newly expanded protections  —  Independent journalist Tina-Desiree Berg was standing on a sidewalk filming the arrest of an abortion rights protester …
Andrew Kersley / Press Gazette:
Analysis: since 2018, UK consumer trust in The Times has dropped from 63% to 43%, while the BBC fell from 75% to 55%, and The Telegraph declined from 55% to 36%  —  The Times, The Telegraph and the BBC have suffered the biggest drops in trust among UK news media over the past five years, according to one annual survey.
Jon Allsop / Columbia Journalism Review:
A look at Chris Licht's political ties and early moves as CNN chairman and CEO, as the longtime ratings obsessive tries to position CNN as above partisanship  —  In 2010, Chris Licht, then the executive producer of MSNBC's Morning Joe, suffered a brain aneurysm and, as he later put it in a memoir …
Javier Garza Ramos / Nieman Reports:
A reporter in Mexico describes how “gringo style” shootings, like the random lone shooter events in the US, are covered in Mexico, where they rarely occur  —  What American gun violence looks like to reporters who have to deal with a very different kind of threat
Sports Business Journal:
Sources: F1 renews its ESPN US media rights deal through 2025, rejecting Amazon and Comcast, for around $75M-$90M per year, up from the current $5M per year  —  F1 has agreed to renew its rights deal with ESPN through 2025, sources told SBJ.  The three-year deal still doesn't have a signed contract …
Davey Alba / Bloomberg:
Source: in February, Meta started an official internal process to shut down CrowdTangle, but paused the plan as the EU's Digital Services Act gained traction  —  On May 17, as several states held their primary elections, Jesse Littlewood searched the internet using a tool called CrowdTangle …
Jill Goldsmith / Deadline:
PwC M&A survey for media and telecom: deals for the 12 months ending May 15, 2022, totaled 1,014, up 28% YoY, with a record $469B value, but the pace has slowed  —  Media and telecom M&A activity was lively in the first half of 2022 with deals for the 12 months ending May 15 totaling 1,014 …
ITV News:
Channel 4 plans to broadcast a documentary made by Alison Millar about Lyra McKee, who was shot dead while observing riots in Northern Ireland in April 2019  —  Channel 4 has announced a film about the life and death of “trailblazing” investigative journalist Lyra McKee - who was shot dead in 2019 in Londonderry.
Filipe Espósito / 9to5Mac:
Apple quietly raised the prices for the Apple Music student plan, from $4.99 to $5.99 per month in the US and Canada and from £4.99 to £5.99 per month in the UK  —  Apple last month quietly raised the price of the Apple Music student plan in several countries such as South Africa …
Zheping Huang / Bloomberg:
How TikTok is cashing in on its exploding popularity; source: TikTok plans to grow its e-commerce gross merchandise volume to $2B in 2022 and $23B in 2023  —  Alyssa McKay used to work part-time at a frozen yogurt store in Portland, Oregon, making minimum wage to cover her college tuition.
 
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US book publishing has had waves, and retreats, of fostering Black audiences; many cheer a new wave of diverse hires and books, but don't trust it will last
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