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Alex Koppelman / CNNMoney:
AP Executive Editor Kathleen Carroll defends the news wire's story about meetings Clinton took as secretary of state, says tweet was “sloppy”
Brian Feldman / New York Magazine:
To serve advertisers, digital media companies are shifting away from text and pictures toward video, a hard move for small web properties with few resources
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The average age of a Fox News viewer is about 70, meaning the network is relying on a disappearing demographic; unclear if younger audiences will replace them
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