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12:15 PM ET, January 22, 2016

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Shane Goldmacher / Politico:
National Review produces special issue with over 20 essays from conservative thinkers aiming to stop Trump's campaign  —  National Review aims to take down Trump  —  The influential magazine turns to conservative leaders to make the anti-Trump case.  —  For months, Republican leaders …
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Jack Fowler / National Review:
Republican Party disinvites National Review from co-hosting February presidential debate  —  Houston, We Have a Problem  —  National Review was asked by the RNC to partner in the GOP debates.  We agreed.  Our initial partner was NBC, with whom we were to help moderate the pre-Super Tuesday debate …
Peter Sterne / Politico:
Gawker founder Nick Denton cedes some control to VC firm  —  The most radical change accompanying Gawker founder and CEO Nick Denton's decision to accept outside investment is the amount of control ceded to the investor, Gawker's newly-revised corporate charter reveals.
Discussion: Media Wire Daily and @petersterne
Ali Jaafar / Deadline:
Netflix to finance and distribute five new films and launch them simultaneously in 190 countries  —  Netflix Expands Global Indie Strategy With Slate Of New Features  —  EXCLUSIVE: As the film world converges on Park City on the eve of Sundance, Netflix is expanding its global indie film strategy …
Aleksandra Sagan / The Canadian Press:
Postmedia Job Cuts Hint At A Growing Media Monopoly In Canada  —  TORONTO — Postmedia's layoffs and newsroom mergers hint at a growing media monopoly in Canada, critics say, with some calling for government intervention to find a solution to the newspaper industry's money woes.
Mujib Mashal / New York Times:
Taliban attack on Tolo TV company bus in Kabul that killed seven and wounded 25 was its first bombing targeting a media group  —  Vibrant Lives of Afghan TV Crew, Erased in a Taliban Bombing  —  KABUL, Afghanistan — One was a young graphic designer planning a wedding.
Jon Gambrell / Associated Press:
Al-Jazeera says 3 of its reporters in Yemen likely kidnapped  —  DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Three Al-Jazeera journalists working in war-ravaged Yemen who went missing this week likely have been kidnapped, the satellite news network says, the latest reporters targeted in the civil war gripping the Arab world's poorest country.
Kevin Rawlinson / Guardian:
Former NoW editor Andy Coulson sets up PR firm  —  David Cameron's ex-communications director, who was jailed over phone hacking, launches firm offering corporate strategy and communications advice  —  Andy Coulson, David Cameron's former communications director who was sentenced to 18 months …
Brent Lang / Variety:
Netflix, Amazon, other digital buyers with serious money rattle Sundance, other film markets by paying top dollar for arthouse films  —  Sundance Preview: Amazon, Netflix Bring Upheaval to Challenging Indie Market  —  With a week to go before Sundance officially starts …
 
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Sebastian Anthony / Ars Technica UK:
In unusual move, IAB retracts Adblock Plus's invitation to upcoming annual leadership summit, offers no explanation
Discussion: The Drum and Business Insider
Alistair Barr / Wall Street Journal:
Google disabled more than 780M ads in 2015 for violating policies including ads for unapproved drugs, misleading weight-loss claims, and “trick to click” ads
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Jasper Jackson / Guardian:
The Sun drops standalone politics site
Discussion: Guido Fawkes
Shannon Bond / Financial Times:
Panoply launches Megaphone, offering podcasters hosting, distribution measurement and ad placement
Discussion: Financial Times and Ad Age
He Huifeng / South China Morning Post:
Weibo to expand its 140-Chinese-character limit on messages up to 2K, trial starts January 28, rolling out to all 500M users on February 28
Discussion: Mashable and BBC