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Instagram says IGTV will now support landscape video, following feedback from creators and users, as the service struggles to gain traction (Ashley Carman/The Verge) - 2019-05-23T13:20:01-04:00

Sky News correspondent Alex Crawford describes how her five-person crew was deliberately targeted and attacked by Syrian regime forces in Idlib province (Alex Crawford/Sky News) - 2019-05-23T12:50:00-04:00

Rotten Tomatoes says it will now calculate the Audience Score using only ratings or reviews from users whose ticket purchase has been verified through Fandango (Anthony Ha/TechCrunch) - 2019-05-23T11:35:01-04:00

NYT management raises concerns in internal memo as requests for book leave grow, leaving managers worried about exclusive reporting and newsroom needs (Joe Pompeo/Vanity Fair) - 2019-05-23T11:20:00-04:00

The Wikimedia Foundation has filed an application to the European Court of Human Rights over Turkey's ban on Wikipedia since April 2017 (Laura Pitel/Financial Times) - 2019-05-23T10:35:02-04:00

Jay Fielden is out as Esquire editor in chief after three years as part of a reshuffling under Hearst Magazine President Troy Young (Marc Tracy/New York Times) - 2019-05-23T10:10:03-04:00

Ireland's Data Protection Commission, the lead EU supervisory authority for Google, announces investigation into Google's online advertising data collection (Ryan Browne/CNBC) - 2019-05-23T09:15:00-04:00

Canadian government names eight media organizations to sit on an advisory panel to recommend news operations for CAD$600M media support fund over five years (CBC News) - 2019-05-23T08:50:01-04:00

Actor Geoffrey Rush awarded A$2.9M in damages from the News Corp Australia's Daily Telegraph, the largest defamation payout to a single person in Australia (Michael McGowan/The Guardian) - 2019-05-23T08:15:00-04:00

Egyptian court orders release of Al-Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein, detained since 2016 for spreading false news (Associated Press) - 2019-05-23T08:01:58-04:00

McClatchy names Kristin Roberts vice president of news as of May 27, making her the first woman to lead McClatchy's news division (Emily Cadei/Sacramento Bee) - 2019-05-23T08:00:05-04:00

Restrictions on political coverage during voting places UK broadcasters in a precarious legal situation as they cover cabinet resignations during EU elections (Jim Waterson/The Guardian) - 2019-05-23T07:25:15-04:00

PBS NewsHour announces it will expand its broadcast and digital arts reporting initiative, CANVAS, with a $1.7M investment from the Knight Foundation (Claire Selvin/ARTnews) - 2019-05-23T06:45:01-04:00

Companies that have taken a strict approach to GDPR feel punished by falling ad revenues while rivals flourished, and are now loosening their terms (Jessica Davies/Digiday) - 2019-05-23T05:50:00-04:00

YouTube announces that it will round down real-time subscriber counts starting August, and exact subscriber counts will no longer be displayed (Julia Alexander/The Verge) - 2019-05-23T04:55:02-04:00

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Mediagazer - 2019-05-23T13:20:33-04:00

Instagram says IGTV will now support landscape video, following feedback from creators and users, as the service struggles to gain traction (Ashley Carman/The Verge) - 2019-05-23T13:20:01-04:00

Ashley Carman / The Verge:
Instagram says IGTV will now support landscape video, following feedback from creators and users, as the service struggles to gain traction  —  The vertical video experiment is over  —  Instagram is no longer all-in on vertical video.  The company announced today that its longform video offshoot …

Sky News correspondent Alex Crawford describes how her five-person crew was deliberately targeted and attacked by Syrian regime forces in Idlib province (Alex Crawford/Sky News) - 2019-05-23T12:50:00-04:00

Alex Crawford / Sky News:
Sky News correspondent Alex Crawford describes how her five-person crew was deliberately targeted and attacked by Syrian regime forces in Idlib province  —  Sky's Alex Crawford says the crew was attacked with tank shells, as an activist they were travelling with was hit by shrapnel.  —  Created with Sketch.

Rotten Tomatoes says it will now calculate the Audience Score using only ratings or reviews from users whose ticket purchase has been verified through Fandango (Anthony Ha/TechCrunch) - 2019-05-23T11:35:01-04:00

Anthony Ha / TechCrunch:
Rotten Tomatoes says it will now calculate the Audience Score using only ratings or reviews from users whose ticket purchase has been verified through Fandango  —  Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes is taking additional steps to confirm that audience members actually see a movie before leaving a rating or review.

NYT management raises concerns in internal memo as requests for book leave grow, leaving managers worried about exclusive reporting and newsroom needs (Joe Pompeo/Vanity Fair) - 2019-05-23T11:20:00-04:00

Joe Pompeo / Vanity Fair:
NYT management raises concerns in internal memo as requests for book leave grow, leaving managers worried about exclusive reporting and newsroom needs  —  Baker, Abrams, Stewart, Schmidt, Kantor, Twohey, Rutenberg, Nagourney, and lots more: who doesn't have a deal?

The Wikimedia Foundation has filed an application to the European Court of Human Rights over Turkey's ban on Wikipedia since April 2017 (Laura Pitel/Financial Times) - 2019-05-23T10:35:02-04:00

Laura Pitel / Financial Times:
The Wikimedia Foundation has filed an application to the European Court of Human Rights over Turkey's ban on Wikipedia since April 2017  —  Wikipedia is taking Turkey to Europe's top human rights court as it escalates a two-year battle to overturn the country's ban on its website.

Jay Fielden is out as Esquire editor in chief after three years as part of a reshuffling under Hearst Magazine President Troy Young (Marc Tracy/New York Times) - 2019-05-23T10:10:03-04:00

Marc Tracy / New York Times:
Jay Fielden is out as Esquire editor in chief after three years as part of a reshuffling under Hearst Magazine President Troy Young  —  Jay Fielden is leaving his position as Esquire's editor in chief, a job he held three years, he and Hearst Magazines announced Thursday.

Ireland's Data Protection Commission, the lead EU supervisory authority for Google, announces investigation into Google's online advertising data collection (Ryan Browne/CNBC) - 2019-05-23T09:15:00-04:00

Ryan Browne / CNBC:
Ireland's Data Protection Commission, the lead EU supervisory authority for Google, announces investigation into Google's online advertising data collection  —  KEY POINTS  — Ireland's Data Protection Commission says its probe will examine whether Google's processing of data in advertising transactions breaches EU privacy rules.

Canadian government names eight media organizations to sit on an advisory panel to recommend news operations for CAD$600M media support fund over five years (CBC News) - 2019-05-23T08:50:01-04:00

CBC News:
Canadian government names eight media organizations to sit on an advisory panel to recommend news operations for CAD$600M media support fund over five years  —  The federal government has named the eight Canadian organizations that will sit on a special advisory panel tasked …

Actor Geoffrey Rush awarded A$2.9M in damages from the News Corp Australia's Daily Telegraph, the largest defamation payout to a single person in Australia (Michael McGowan/The Guardian) - 2019-05-23T08:15:00-04:00

Michael McGowan / The Guardian:
Actor Geoffrey Rush awarded A$2.9M in damages from the News Corp Australia's Daily Telegraph, the largest defamation payout to a single person in Australia  —  Court hears that actor offered to settle for $50,000 and an apology but never heard back from News Corp

Egyptian court orders release of Al-Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein, detained since 2016 for spreading false news (Associated Press) - 2019-05-23T08:01:58-04:00

Associated Press:
Egyptian court orders release of Al-Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein, detained since 2016 for spreading false news  —  CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian court orders release of Al-Jazeera journalist Mahmoud Hussein, detained since 2016 for spreading false news.

McClatchy names Kristin Roberts vice president of news as of May 27, making her the first woman to lead McClatchy's news division (Emily Cadei/Sacramento Bee) - 2019-05-23T08:00:05-04:00

Emily Cadei / Sacramento Bee:
McClatchy names Kristin Roberts vice president of news as of May 27, making her the first woman to lead McClatchy's news division  —  Kristin Roberts, one of four regional editors and executive editor for politics at McClatchy, has been named vice president of news, the company announced Wednesday.

Restrictions on political coverage during voting places UK broadcasters in a precarious legal situation as they cover cabinet resignations during EU elections (Jim Waterson/The Guardian) - 2019-05-23T07:25:15-04:00

Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
Restrictions on political coverage during voting places UK broadcasters in a precarious legal situation as they cover cabinet resignations during EU elections  —  Strict broadcasting laws place restrictions on coverage of politics during voting periods  —  Attempts by Conservative MPs …

PBS NewsHour announces it will expand its broadcast and digital arts reporting initiative, CANVAS, with a $1.7M investment from the Knight Foundation (Claire Selvin/ARTnews) - 2019-05-23T06:45:01-04:00

Claire Selvin / ARTnews:
PBS NewsHour announces it will expand its broadcast and digital arts reporting initiative, CANVAS, with a $1.7M investment from the Knight Foundation  —  The television program has created a website for its arts reporting initiative, Canvas.  Read More  —  The post Knight Foundation Gives $1.7 M …

Companies that have taken a strict approach to GDPR feel punished by falling ad revenues while rivals flourished, and are now loosening their terms (Jessica Davies/Digiday) - 2019-05-23T05:50:00-04:00

Jessica Davies / Digiday:
Companies that have taken a strict approach to GDPR feel punished by falling ad revenues while rivals flourished, and are now loosening their terms  —  Complacency is a dangerous mistress.  But it's a trap many companies are in danger of falling into when it comes to the General Data Protection Regulation …

YouTube announces that it will round down real-time subscriber counts starting August, and exact subscriber counts will no longer be displayed (Julia Alexander/The Verge) - 2019-05-23T04:55:02-04:00

Julia Alexander / The Verge:
YouTube announces that it will round down real-time subscriber counts starting August, and exact subscriber counts will no longer be displayed  —  Sites like Social Blade may be impacted  —  YouTube is introducing a major change to the way real-time subscriber counts are displayed …

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