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Three media business stories you may have missed this week

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As the fallout from the Capitol invasion continues to dominate the news cycle, media business happenings haven’t stopped.

No surprise, Facebook is dominant — 68% of a large survey sample use the site and 38% get some news there.

However, 60% of the Twitter users got news there while only 16% of the LinkedIn users did.

The family, rather than Adelson himself, bought the paper, and it has been run, with a light hand, by his son-in-law.

But he also invested in growing the Review-Journal’s staff and, according to publisher Keith Moyer, he and other family members never ventured into the newsroom.

Votebeat, the 90-day pop-up nonprofit news site, will keep going at least through the 2022 election cycle, according to a tweet from founder Elizabeth Green.

This piece originally appeared in The Poynter Report, our daily newsletter for everyone who cares about the media.

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