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5:55 PM ET, November 10, 2016


 Top News: 
Kathleen Hennessey / AP News:
Donald Trump refuses to let press pool travel with him to cover Obama meeting in DC, bucking longstanding protocol on press access  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday refused to let a group of journalists travel with him to cover his historic first meeting …
Dylan Byers / CNNMoney:
Trump spokesperson Hope Hicks says transition team “fully expects” to operate a traditional media pool  —  Donald Trump's transition team said Thursday that his administration will have a traditional press pool.  —  The promise came after Trump's team failed …
Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
Covering President Trump will require fearless, deep journalism, news organizations willing to fund court battles, and help from some heroes  —  One thing is certain in the presumptive era of President Trump.  Journalists are going to have to be better — stronger, more courageous, stiffer-spined — than they've ever been.
Hadas Gold / Politico:
After the US election, some journalists worry about future access to candidates, press freedom, and personal safety  —  As she left 1211 Avenue of the Americas building on Tuesday night, Wall Street Journal graphics editor Stephanie Stamm walked by the group of spectators gathered outside of Fox News' studios.
Paul Bond / Hollywood Reporter:
Disney misses targets with $13.1B in Q4 revenue; ESPN had lower ad sales, affiliate revenue  —  Disney shares rose fractionally during regular trading Thursday but were dropping 3 percent after the closing bell.  —  The Walt Disney Co. earned $1.10 per share on revenue of $13.1 billion …
Larry Dignan / ZDNet:
Adobe buys TubeMogul for $540M to expand its video programmatic marketing service on multiple screens  —  Adobe makes a play for a big video advertising market across multiple screens with the purchase of TubeMogul.  —  Adobe said it will acquire TubeMogul, a video advertising company, in a deal valued at $540 million.
Max Willens / Digiday:
Botched election predictions don't mean the end of data journalism, which most publishers use to analyze tangibles like test scores and government agency data  —  On Tuesday night, newsrooms around the world got a pretty rude reminder that good data is very important.
Natasha Lomas / TechCrunch:
Max Read / New York Magazine:
Facebook's massive reach, abundance of emotionally charged fake viral stories, and lack of traditional gatekeepers helped Donald Trump win
Alex Weprin / Politico:
Eleven media veterans, including Dean Baquet, Marty Baron, and Nick Denton, discuss how the press misread the Trump phenomenon and what lessons can be learned  —  What went wrong?  —  How did everyone in the media miss the Trump phenomenon?  Were there signs that were ignored?
Hamilton Nolan / Deadspin:
To avoid blind spots, the media needs to add geographic, economic, and class diversity to that of race and gender  —  Donald Trump won, and the media is grasping for answers as to why we didn't predict it.  Already, you can see the seeds of many bad solutions forming.
Jim Rutenberg / New York Times:
Journalists failed to question the polls predicting a Clinton victory because the data confirmed their gut feeling about who would win
Alex Weprin / Politico:
About 71.5M people watched election returns come in during primetime hours, compared with 66.8M in 2012; Fox led cable coverage at 12.7M between 8pm and 3am  —  Approximately 71.5 million people, on average, watched the 2016 presidential election returns come in during prime-time hours last night …
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First-person account of what it was like as the only black reporter to cover Trump in the field throughout the election season
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Todd Spangler / Variety:
Startup VoteCastr, which worked with Slate and Vice News to publish real-time polling results, got predictions wrong in five of seven battleground states