Must Reads in Media & Technology: June 7

    by Bianca Fortis
    June 7, 2017

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    1. WikiLeaks Offers $10,000 to Get Intercept Reporter Fired (Joe Uchill / The Hill)

    2. Facebook Live gets Accessible With Third-Party Closed Captioning (Josh Constine / TechCrunch)

    3. First Amendment Group Threatens to Sue President Trump Unless He Unblocks Twitter Critics (Benjamin Mullin / Poynter)

    4. An Ad Network That Helps Fake News Sites Earn Money Is Now Asking Users To Report Fake News (Craig Silverman / BuzzFeed)

    5. Breitbart Ads Plummet Nearly 90 Percent in Three Months as Trump’s Troubles Mount (Lucia Moses / Digiday)


    6. Viewability Standards Have a Gaping Hole: Mobile Apps (Ross Benes / Digiday)

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