Timeline looked back at the "Saturday Night Massacre" by Richard Nixon in 1973 to give context to James Comey's recent firing.

In the news this week, the New York Times and Wall Street Journal announce big jumps in paid digital subscribers, while Disney suffers as ESPN loses more subscribers. Snapchat’s parent company Snap Inc. announces its first quarterly earnings, and no matter how you filter or snap it, the news is bad with $2.2 billion in losses. But the company is making inroads with advertisers, with a self-service ad tool and more metrics and tracking. Need another skinny bundle? Hulu unveiled its Live TV offering with 50 channels for $40 a month along with its on-demand and original shows. Our Metric of the Week is LinkedIn Metrics and we speak with Jim Giles, CEO of Timeline, a media startup that’s seeing big demand for its archival videos of black history and female empowerment.

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