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Jun 24, 2016

The Guardian | UK | Media | Media Briefing: Today's Media Stories from the Papers

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Today's media stories from the papers

Top story on MediaGuardian

Newspapers struggle to reflect the momentous news of the Brexit vote
Editors produce late editions in order to tell the story of the EU referendum

Top comment on MediaGuardian

Sun pulls story criticising appearance of Shannen Doherty who has cancer
Article described Beverly Hills 90210 star as ‘unkempt and haggard’ and did not mention breast cancer, which she has spoken about publicly

Today’s headlines

The Guardian
Led Zeppelin defeat Stairway to Heaven lawsuit. P8
Daily Telegraph
BBC’s Nick Robinson says EU referendum campaign has left the public demoralised. P6
Financial Times
Ad industry loves Google and Facebook – but worry about their growing power. P11
The TimesThe unlikely referendum stars that went viral. P9
Lynx ads to drop sexist stereotypes. P19
Mick Jagger’s music drama Vinyl to be axed. P19
Hollywood wakes up to terrorist risks on the red carpet. P34
Netflix is just a CIA plot, says Kremlin. P37
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HBO axes Vinyl after one series. P19
Wall Street Journal
Social media is viewed as office break. B3
Google bets big on virtual reality. B3
Daily Mail
Former BBC executive David Cowling says corporation is out of touch with ordinary, “ghastly’ Britons. P9
Mary Berry horrified when Pointless star Alexander Armstrong swore in front of her. P11
Libby Purves: Love Island sex scenes are degrading. P34-35
Daily ExpressDaily Express wins praise form Brexit campaigners. P7
Reality TV accused of hitting a new low with tawdry TV sex. P9
The Sun
NUJ and Society of Editors voice concern over Investigatory Powers Bill. P2
Mary Berry horrified when Pointless star Alexander Armstrong swore in front of her. P3
Love Island couple have sex as contestants cheer. P17
Ferne McCann fronts ITV travel show. P41
Daily MirrorNigel Farage pulled out of Channel 4 debate to see his son. P2
Most sexist advertising campaigns ever. P17
No extra money to celebrate 1,000th edition of Pointless. P21
Vicky McClure and Morven Christie to star in BBC series The Replacement. P21
Mick Jagger’s music drama Vinyl to be axed. P21
New low for ITV2 show Love Island. P29
Daily Star
BBC bosses send more than 80 staff to cover Wales at Euro 2016. P6

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