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6:55 PM ET, September 21, 2016

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Politico:
CNN says reports of Lewandowski suspension are untrue while the Trump campaign says it will continue to pay him through remainder of 2016  —  Donald Trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski will be paid by the campaign through the end of 2016, heightening concerns of a conflict of interest for CNN …
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Charley Lanyon / New York Magazine:
Fox says it didn't know about Sean Hannity's appearance in recent Trump campaign video, says the network star will not appear in any in future  —  Fox has confirmed that it did not know about a recent Trump promotional video featuring Sean Hannity, and that Hannity would not be appearing in similar videos in the future.
Washington Post:
Trump's Federal Election Commission filing shows former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski received $20K for strategy consulting in August while working for CNN  —  Last month at this time, regular readers will recall, we posed this question: Donald Trump is finally raising money.  So why isn't he spending it?
Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
Raju Narisetti, senior vice president of strategy at News Corp, is named CEO of what was Gawker Media; company to be renamed Gizmodo Media Group  —  Raju Narisetti is the new CEO of the Gawker-less Gawker Media Group, which is being renamed the Gizmodo Media Group.
Kurt Wagner / Recode:
Twitter will live stream Bloomberg's coverage of all three presidential debates, split revenue from ads displayed during pre-debate and post-debate coverage  —  Hillary versus Trump, live on Twitter.  —  When Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump square off in their first nationally televised presidential debate …
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Todd Spangler / Variety:
YouTube to Live-Stream 2016 Presidential Debates From PBS, Telemundo, Washington Post  —  Video giant launches #voteIRL initiative to encourage people to register and vote  —  YouTube, as part of launching a get-out-the-vote initiative aimed at young Americans, has set deals to live-stream …
Tony Maglio / The Wrap:
Viacom's interim CEO and President Tom Dooley will depart November 15, as search for permanent CEO continues  —  Viacom's new interim CEO and president Tom Dooley is set to exit the company — yes, already.  —  Additionally, the company announced on Wednesday that it has dropped …
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Netflix CFO David Wells says company wants original content to make up 50% of its catalog within a few years, is currently “one-third to halfway” toward target  —  Netflix is driving toward having half the content on its streaming service be original productions over the next few years …
Chris Welch / The Verge:
Comcast CEO says the company plans to debut a wireless service by mid-2017, using leased Verizon airwaves and Comcast's 14M+ Wi-Fi hot spots  —  Comcast just solidified long-rumored plans to launch its own MVNO cellular service.  Speaking at an investor conference moments ago …
Jim Milliot / Publishers Weekly:
AAP: mass market paperback sales down 25.5% YoY in Q1 2016, as decline in e-book sales continues  —  Sales of adult books fell 10.3% in the first quarter of 2016, compared to the first period of 2015.  Sales of children's/YA titles dipped 2.1%, according to figures released by the AAP's StatShot program.
Discussion: GalleyCat
Danielle Bacher / Esquire:
Behind Andrea Tantaros' $49M suit against Fox News: in run-up to suspension from the network, Tantaros accused Ailes and Bill O'Reilly of sexual harassment  —  One evening this past April, Andrea Tantaros returned to her Manhattan apartment from a yoga class and picked out a series of outfits for the week ahead.
Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab:
French startup Ownpage tracks user behavior, creates personalized newsletters for publishers; Le Monde uses it to power a personalized section on its homepage  —  About two years ago, the daily French financial newspaper Les Echos was looking to expand its email newsletter offerings.
Matthew Weaver / Guardian:
Editor of Norway's Aftenposten Espen Egil Hansen challenges Mark Zuckerberg to discuss Facebook's control of news and content  —  Head of Aftenposten, which forced backdown over ‘napalm girl’ photo, accuses Facebook founder of hiding from debate  —  The Norwegian editor who successfully took …
Discussion: Guardian and @eghan
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Jack Detsch / Christian Science Monitor:
Twitter says requests from governments to remove tweets rose 13% in the past six months, with 5K+ requests to remove info, 80% of which came from Russia, Turkey
Discussion: Wired and Vocativ
Mike Fleming / Deadline:
Sources: Sony Pictures nears co-financing deal giving Dalian Wanda minority stakes in some big films with global appeal
Discussion: The Wrap and Variety
Roger Cheng / CNET:
AT&T CEO says company will launch online streaming video service, DirecTV Now, in Q4, which will feature 100+ premium channels and “aggressive” price points
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