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Amy Chozick, who covered Hillary Clinton for several years, says Clinton’s new critiques of the media are fascinating. “It’s “almost as if she’s given up on the mainstream media,” Chozick said. Clinton is encouraging more investment in liberal-leaning media companies.

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The Daily Beast’s Spencer Ackerman talks with Brian Stelter about the significance of Robert Mueller obtaining a search warrant to obtain Facebook data. Ackerman says there’s a lot we still don’t know about Russian efforts to spread propaganda through social networks.

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Britt McHenry says there is a “blurred line” at ESPN about what is and is not acceptable on social media. USA Today sports columnist Christine Brennan says ESPN is a “10,000 pound gorilla” facing business challenges in a changing media environment.

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How are newsrooms navigating the “intersecting issues” around  journalists’ use of social media? NPR’s Michael Oreskes and Time’s Nancy Gibbs weigh in. Plus, was it appropriate for the White House press secretary to say that ESPN “should take actions” against Jemele Hill?

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Wesley Lowery says “sports are as political as they’ve ever been,” so ESPN commentators like Jemele Hill are naturally part of the conversation. Hill’s belief that President Trump is racist is “not a controversial stance to half of the nation,” he said. “To the other half, it’s a remarkably controversial stance…

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