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Views of the News Preview: Trump tells Rogan to stop apologizing, Spotify stands by deal

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Former President Trump said it’s time for Joe Rogan to stop apologizing for the Spotify controversies. After nearly two weeks, the streaming service stands by the conservative podcaster and their exclusive distribution agreement. We’ll talk about why.

John Walker, Kotaku: “With Wordle archive, you can play all the Wordles that came before whenever you want

Lauren Hirsch, New York Times: “Chiefs at AT&T and Discovery address Jeff Zucker’s resignation

Tom Jones, Poynter: “Questions and nervousness remain following Jeff Zucker’s resignation at CNN

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Opinion: Jeff Zucker, Allison Gollust personally pushed for Andrew Cuomo-Chris Cuomo interviews

Michael M. Grynbaum & John Koblin, New York Times: “At CNN, personal and corporate tensions collide after Jeff Zucker’s exit

Margaret Sullivan, Washington Post: “Jeff Zucker’s legacy is defined by his promotion of Donald Trump

Kim Masters, The Hollywood Reporter: “Kim Masters: CNN’s Jeff Zucker defenders aren’t helping the network

Russia, Ukraine… and the U.S.

Jon Allsop, Columbia Journalism Review: “Cutting through the fog of war

Brent D. Griffiths, John Haltiwanger & Bryan Metzger, Insider: “Adam Kinzinger calls Josh Hawley ‘one of the worst human beings’ and a ‘con artist’ after the senator urges Biden to block Ukraine from joining NATO

Editorial Board, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: “Editorial: Hawley posts a fist-pump to ignorance with his position on Ukraine

Caroline Vakil, The Hill: “St. Louis Post-Dispatch slams Hawley: ‘Grossly unfit’ for office

Theo Wayt, New York Post: “Bloomberg accidentally reports that Russia invaded Ukraine

Palin v. NYT

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Opinion: New York Times argues that errant editorial didn’t harm Sarah Palin

Josh Gerstein, POLITICO: “Times editor ‘crestfallen’ over editorial that prompted Sarah Palin suit, colleague testifies

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Opinion: Why the Sarah Palin case is an ‘excruciating experience’ for the New York Times

Josh Gerstein & Mackenzie Wilkes, POLITICO: “Sarah Palin’s lawyers admit ‘uphill’ fight in libel suit against New York Times

Margaret Sullivan, Washington Post: “Trump declared a war on the media. Now proxy battles are being waged in American courts.

Arwa Mahdawi, The Guardian: “Laugh at Sarah Palin all you want but there’s nothing funny about her role in dividing the US

Jeremy W. Peters, New York Times: “Sarah Palin v. New York Times spotlights push to loosen libel law

Oliver Darcy, CNN: “Why the Sarah Palin v. New York Times trial will be an ‘excruciating’ experience for the paper

Tom Jones, Poynter: “Sarah Palin v. The New York Times could be a groundbreaking journalism case

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Opinion: Sarah Palin v. NYT: Exploring the line between bad journalism and libelous journalism

Reporters on the legislative floor

Parker Higgins, Freedom of the Press Foundation: “Crackdown in the statehouse: Lawmakers edge out press access

Steve Morris, Kansas Reflector: “Kansas senate has no good reason for removing journalists from floor action

Stephen Gruber-Miller, Des Moines Register: “Iowa Senate won’t allow journalists to work in chamber, in shift from longstanding practice

Katherine Jacobsen, Committee to Protect Journalists: “Iowa, Kansas lawmakers bar media from Senate floors, stymieing newsgathering

Kim Bojórquez, Salt Lake Tribune: “Access to lawmakers at Utah Capitol would be limited under new bill

U.S. Press Freedom Tracker: “Shifting access for journalists covering statehouses

Spotify & Joe Rogan

Ben Sisario, New York Times: “Joe Rogan apologizes for ‘shameful’ past use of racial slur

Timothy Bella, Washington Post: “Trump tells Joe Rogan to ‘stop apologizing’ for Spotify controversies

Ramishah Maruf & Brian Stelter, CNN: “Joe Rogan apologizes after a compliation of him using racial slurs spreads

Sara Boboltz, HuffPost: “Over 70 ‘Joe Rogan Experience’ episodes quietly removed from Spotify in 24 hours

Reggie Ugwu, New York Times: “Spotify defends handling of Joe Rogan controversy amid uproar

Elizabeth Dwoskin, Gerrit De Vynck, Reed Albergotti & Natasha Tiku, Washington Post: “Spotify’s Joe Rogan problem highlights its rocky transition from music streamer to media producer

Margaret Sullivan, Washington Post: “I’m disgusted by Joe Rogan’s weak apology. My former colleague’s death at 47 makes it worse.

Alex Paterson, Media Matters for America: “Spotify claims its newly released platform rules do not apply to this hate and misinformation on Joe Rogan’s podcast

Mike Masnick, TechDirt: “Explainer: The whole Spotify/Joe Rogan thing has absolutely nothing to do with Section 230

Did their vaccination status matter?

Kelly McBride, Poynter: “When someone dies of COVID-19, when should reporters mention their vaccination status?

The Olympics shine light on Beijing

Jen Chaney, New York Magazine: “The opening ceremonies glowed with political charge

Tom Jones, Poynter: “NBC tackled the Olympic controversies. But the network is celebrating the Olympics, too.

Dan Wetzel, Yahoo! Sports: “The 2022 Olympics opening ceremony revealed this truth: China has a lot to hide

Steve Gardner, USA Today: “Bob Costas: NBC ‘dealt the worst hand imaginable’ with Beijing Olympics

Philip O’connor and Ilze Filks, Reuters: “Swedish journalist becomes the story in Beijing quarantine

Jennifer Maas, Variety: “TV ratings: Beijing winter Olympics opening ceremony draws 16 million viewers, down 43% from 2018 games

Who’s playing Wordle?

Marc Tracy, New York Times: “The New York Times buys Wordle

Bron Maher, Press Gazette: “New York Times is not the only publisher betting on games to solve subscription growth puzzle

Sean Hollister, The Verge: “Wordle will continue to be free forever because you and right-click to save the whole game

Jack Shafer, POLITICO: “Opinion: The New York Times is becoming Amazon. And that’s a good thing.

AMY SIMONS teaches news literacy, multimedia journalism and advanced social media strategies.