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7:15 PM ET, January 27, 2016


 Top News: 
Michael Calderone / Huffington Post:
Bloomberg Editor Quits Over Fear The Company Can't Cover Michael Bloomberg Aggressively  —  “The bottom line is, you can't cover the circus unless you can write about one of the biggest elephants in the room,” said Kathy Kiely.  —  Can Bloomberg aggressively cover Bloomberg?
John D. McKinnon / Wall Street Journal:
FCC to propose new rules to give cable and satellite customers more choice over set top boxes, as 40 telco and media groups are expected to oppose the plan  —  FCC to Propose Overhauling Rules on Set-Top Boxes  —  Measure, aimed at cutting cable bills, likely would let consumers choose among competing devices
Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
Donald Trump will skip Fox News debate on Thursday  —  Rewriting the book of campaign rules once more, Donald Trump is skipping Thursday's GOP debate and attacking the Fox News Channel.  Instead of attending the debate, “We'll have an event here in Iowa, with potentially another network …
Casey Newton / The Verge:
Periscope integrates with GoPro to bring live streaming to action cameras  —  Periscope just took its first steps away from the smartphone.  The Twitter-owned live-streaming app announced an integration with GoPro that will let users broadcast to their followers from an action camera for the first time.
Jeff John Roberts / Fortune:
The New York Times files copyright lawsuit against publisher of War is Beautiful, a book that argues the Times glamorizes war  —  New York Times Sues Publisher Over War Photos, Fair Use At Issue  —  The paper of record is raising eyebrows with a questionable copyright lawsuit.
Business Wire:
Nexstar Broadcasting Group Enters into Definitive Agreement to Acquire Media General for $4.6 Billion in Accretive Cash and Stock Transaction  —  Nexstar Broadcasting Group Enters into Definitive Agreement to Acquire Media General for $4.6 Billion in Accretive Cash and Stock Transaction
Mike McPhate / New York Times:
With Corbis Sale, Tiananmen Protest Images Go to Chinese Media Company  —  Corbis, the photography archive owned by Bill Gates that includes some of the most famous pictures ever made, has sold its image and licensing division to a Chinese company.  —  The sale gives the new owner …
Resty Woro Yuniar / Wall Street Journal:
State-owned Indonesian telecom giant Telkom blocks Netflix citing lack of permit and objections to content  —  Netflix Blocked by Indonesia's Top Telecom Provider  —  Telkom objects to some of streaming-video service's offerings, lack of a permit to provide content
Kelsey Sutton / Politico:
Wall Street Journal reorganizes newsroom, including Page One editors, in part to make digital reporting less dependent on print timetable and structure  —  The Wall Street Journal reorganizes its newsroom  —  Wall Street Journal editor in chief Gerard Baker today announced a series …
Joe Mullin / Ars Technica:
Newest Wikimedia board trustee Arnnon Geshuri steps down after 290 editors vote for removal  —  Wikimedia's newest board appointment steps down amid editor hostility  —  In a non-binding vote, 290 editors had asked for Geshuri to be removed.  —  The newest addition to the Wikimedia Foundation Board …
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
More than half of BBC staff do not think bullying cases will be tackled fairly  —  Survey comes in wake of leaked draft of report into Jimmy Savile's abuse at the corporation, which said employees were afraid to speak out  —  More than half of BBC staff do not believe that cases of bullying …
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