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Jun 23, 2016

The Guardian | UK | Media | Media Briefing - June 23, 2016: Today's Media Stories From The Papers

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Vice to launch in more than 50 new countries
Youth-focused media company to push into territories including India, Iran, Thailand and Afghanistan

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More than 50,000 sign petition calling for Daily Mail editor to be sacked
Petition accuses Paul Dacre of being the ‘Nigel Farage of newspapers’ and spreading ‘misinformation and fear’ over migration

Today’s headlines

The Guardian
UK newspapers favour Brexit. P7
Unilever to drop sexist stereotypes from its ads. P11
Goodbye to The Good Wife. G2 P2
US remakes of UK sitcoms. G2 P16-17
Daily Telegraph
England success would pit Top Gear against Countryfile. P13
Russia Today shows jets using banned incendiary weapons. P18
Financial Times
TV viewers cause big leap in demand for power. P4
Editorial: Big music’s misguided assault on YouTube. P10
John Gapper: Fleet Street’s European bite remains sharp. P11
Vice strikes deals for global expansion drive. P19
The Times
Germany’s Bild publishes plea for UK to stay in EU. P13
iYvette Cooper receives chilling Twitter threat. P7
Life in brief: foreign correspondent David Lamb. P14
It’s great TV, but Game of Thrones is horrible history. P27
Wall Street Journal
!Hola! magazine to publish US edition. B1
More Chinese video viewers agree to pay for subscriptions. B3
PepsiCo boss blasts bad advertising. B4
Vice Media expands. B4
Daily Mail
David Gower on the way out as Ian Ward fronts Sky Sports cricket coverage. P83
Daily ExpressHickey: Robert Peston mocks BBC hospitality at referendum debate. P23
The SunUnilever to drop sexist stereotypes from its ads. P12
Spice Girls planning comeback documentary. P39
Game of Thrones stars negotiate huge pay rises. P39
Daily Mirror
Channel 4 sends 23 men and women into wilderness for reality show Eden. P25
Game of Thrones stars negotiate huge pay rises. P25
Daily StarTop Gear bosses have problem trying to get comedian Greg Davies into a mini. P23

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