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Jun 7, 2016

The Guardian | UK | Media | Media Briefing - June 7, 2016: Today's Media Top Stories From the papers

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Sky News urged to drop footage of girl undergoing FGM
Activist says film from Somalia shows young girl being held down and cut while people look on

Top analysis on MediaGuardian

BuzzFeed cancelling RNC ads masks the issue: sponsored content for politicians
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Today’s headlines

The Guardian
BBC defends Top Gear as audience figures slump. P12
Angelina Jolie Pitt and Mary Berry among new Woman’s Hour guest editors. P14
Netflix targets Indian viewers with Hindi show based on Mumbai novel. P17
Helsinki tech entrepreneurs fill shortages with asylum seekers. P19
Call for revolt over Sir Martin Sorrell’s pay. P26
Daily Telegraph
Google removes anti-Semitic web tool. P2
BBC should put religion on a level with sport, says Archbishop of Canterbury. P10
Top Gear loses 1.5 million viewers. P11
BBC seeks ethnic minority host with northern accent. P11
Financial Times
Lancôme accused of bowing to China pressure after axing singer from ad campaign. P6
Comment: Entrepreneurs cannot surf the next digital wave alone. P11
Tribune shares rise despite ridicule for tronc rebrand. P17
Netflix broadens horizons with Indian crime drama. P19
The TimesThe word ‘vegetable’ was a hot potato for the early BBC. P5
Antiques Roadshow overtakes Top Gear. P16
Call for revolt over Sir Martin Sorrell’s pay. P42
iGoogle removes anti-Semitic web tool. P2
New York adverts to back transgender rights. P2
Top Gear loses 1.5 million viewers. P3, 7
BBC should put religion on a level with sport, says Archbishop of Canterbury. P9
Call for revolt over Sir Martin Sorrell’s pay. P41
Wall Street Journal
Photojournalist and assistant die in Afghanistan ambush. A4
Americans fall for Peaky Blinders. A9
Google’s Chrome OS steals march on rivals. B1, 3
Chip startup mimics brain. B3
Viacom CEO fights move by trustees. B4
Daily MailTop Gear loses 1.5 million viewers. P12
BBC should put religion on a level with sport, says Archbishop of Canterbury. P30
Call for revolt over Sir Martin Sorrell’s pay. P63
Daily Express
Top Gear fans want Jenson Button to replace ‘too shouty’ Chris Evans. P3
BBC race row over ad for ethnic host. P7
Comment: In its attempt to look PC the BBC verges on racism. P12
The SunBritain’s Got Talent escapes Ofcom rap over racy outfits. P3
Ally Ross on TV. P13
Prince Harry would like to appear on Take Me Out. P31
Jess Glynne fourth star to snub The Voice. P31
Daily MirrorTop Gear loses 1.5 million viewers. P3
Mark Zuckerberg’s social media passwords hacked. P20
Call for revolt over Sir Martin Sorrell’s pay. P44
Daily Star
Britain’s Got Talent cleared over skimpy outfits. P15
Countdown censured for promotional plugs. P14
Top Gear loses 1.5 million viewers. P16
Celebrity Big Brother coverage. P19

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