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5:25 PM ET, November 29, 2020

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Andrew Bucholtz / Awful Announcing:
Two large investors of TheMaven are urging the company to “pursue a new direction” and have called for a new board, saying they have the votes to force changes  —  It's been quite the year for Sports Illustrated operator TheMaven, which made major staffing cuts in March …
Alex Hern / The Guardian:
The UK has created the Digital Markets Unit, which will write a new code of practice for Big Tech and mediate between platforms and news outlets  —  Alok Sharma says dominance of a few big companies hurts innovation and curtails customer choice  —  A new tech regulator will work to limit …
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Marcela Kunova / Journalism.co.uk:
The chair of a House of Lords committee urges the UK government to fix the imbalance of power between publishers and platforms by reforming the online ad market
Martin Goillandeau / CNN:
Tens of thousands across France, including journalists and press freedom advocates, protested on Saturday against a proposed law that would ban filming police  —  (CNN)Demonstrations took place across France on Saturday against the proposed global security law and its signature measure to restrict the filming of police officers.
Savannah Jacobson / Columbia Journalism Review:
As the media industry shifts from being an ad-based business to one reliant on subscribers and benefactors, an overview of the big players making investments  —  While most news outlets are slashing budgets, an emerging class of philanthropists and streaming services—plus the country's largest newspaper …
Brendan Carlin / Daily Mail:
UK Culture Secretary says Netflix should add a disclaimer to The Crown that it is a work of fiction, as viewers may “mistake fiction for fact”  —  - Culture Secretary concerned fabricated scenes were damaging to Royal Family  — Mr Dowden expected to write to Netflix to request that it adds a ‘health warning’
Marlow Stern / The Daily Beast:
Interview with Mehdi Hasan on his new Peacock nightly news show, anti-Muslim attitudes in media, Greenwald's messy exit, liberal press giving Obama a pass, more  —  IN CONVERSATION  —  The host of Peacock's ‘The Mehdi Hasan Show’ talks to Marlow Stern about the anti-Muslim hate he's faced …
International Center for Journalists:
Survey of 1,210 women journalists: 20% report being targets of offline abuse they think was connected to online attacks; 73% say they've experienced the latter  —  The insidious problem of online violence against women journalists is increasingly spilling offline, with potentially deadly consequences, a new global survey suggests.
Janko Roettgers / Protocol:
Last month Intel quietly shut down Intel Studios, its 10,000-square-foot AR/VR volumetric capture stage in LA that opened in 2018  —  Intel Studios was operating a 10,000-square-foot stage in Los Angeles.  —  Intel has pulled the plug on one of its most ambitious AR/VR projects to date …
Kris Holt / Engadget:
As Spotify continues to test its stories feature, it has tapped popular musicians to contribute to select Spotify-created playlists  —  If you're in the festive spirit and you're already listening to seasonal music, you might have noticed Spotify's Christmas Hits playlist is looking a little different.
Ryu Spaeth / New Republic:
Ben Smith, best ever NYT media columnist, personifies a morally indefensible fact of journalism: each journalist robs others of their stories to tell their own  —  Let's be honest: Ben Smith is the best media columnist The New York Times has ever had.  He instantly surpassed …
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
Comcast plans to raise again its Broadcast TV fee, which currently ranges from $7.90 to $14.95 per month, by as much as $4.50 per month starting in January  —  Internet prices to rise $3 a month; “Broadcast TV” hidden fee going up $4.50.  —  Comcast is raising prices for cable TV …
Madeleine Schwartz / Nieman Reports:
How the mantle of “fake news” is being used in Belarus, Jordan, Thailand, and Nicaragua to intimidate journalists, and how they're fighting back  —  A look at four countries — Belarus, Jordan, Thailand, and Nicaragua — where the mantle of “fake news” is used to intimidate and threaten, and how journalists are responding
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Rory Carroll / The Guardian:
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Charlotte Tobitt / Press Gazette:
Carole Cadwalladr drops a defense of truth in a libel case brought by Arron Banks, but plans a “robust defense” on public interest grounds in a trial next year