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Mia Sato / The Verge:
Some former CNET employees describe Red Ventures breaking down traditional barriers between editorial and advertising and pressuring them to change stories
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An analysis of 68 news domains: 45 ranked worse in UK Google search results in January 2023 vs. January 2022; those with non-news content saw the biggest gains
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The White House Correspondents' Association announces The Daily Show's Roy Wood Jr. will host its annual dinner on April 29, saying he has “a journalistic eye”
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