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Jun 13, 2016

The Guardian | UK | Media | Media Briefing - June 13, 2016: Today's Media Stories

Top story on MediaGuardian

Emotional toll of reporting the refugee crisis surprises news organisations
Journalists more used to sharing the dangers of war zones are experiencing a different kind of fallout closer to home

Top comment on MediaGuardian

Memo to the BBC: balance is not fairness when one side is lying
Peter Preston:
Impartiality – for example, in the Brexit row about the ‘£350m sent to Brussels’ – can hinder the media in its duty to check and expose mendacious claims

Today’s headlines

The Guardian
WikiLeaks to publish more Clinton emails. P26
Interview: ‘Pinterest is for saving ideas, not riling people up or big statements’ – Ben Silbermann
Feature: Emotional toll of refugee crisis surprises news organisations. P29
Comment: Will Netflix really kill traditional TV?t P29
Media Monkey: Newsnight double acts, i, Jonathan Ross. P29
Feature: How will the revolution be advertised. P30
Daily Telegraph
Queen’s birthday coverage review. P4
Italian newspaper gives away free copies of Mein Kampf. P17
Review: ITV Euro 2016 coverage. S12
Financial Times
Comment: Silicon Valley stories are not just for the rich and powerful. P11
Digital publishers grapple with Hulk Hogan verdict. P18
Sky’s high price for football rights puts pay-TV channel providers under pressure. B1
Next space race will be for satellite broadband in the wildest places. B8
The TimesItalian newspaper gives away free copies of Mein Kampf. P35
Why foreigners eye Premier League prize. P44
Movers and shapers in the media ‘air war’. P21
Feature: The real moneymakers who are pushing out the press barons. P41
Review: ITV Euro 2016 coverage. P51
Wall Street Journal
Analysis: Rise of Viacom mogul’s daughter. A1 6
China targets media content. B1, 2
Videogame firms woo web-savvy gamers. B1, 3
Apple’s conference to focus on Siri. B3
Daily Mail
ITV coverage of England v Russia watched by 14.1 million. P71
Daily Express
Hickey on media. P25
Apple to take on tech giants. P45
The Sun
Holly Willoughby interview. P28, 29
Daily Star
Eamonn Holmes lives in fear of being sacked. P15
Big Brother coverage. P17

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