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9:05 AM ET, November 13, 2016

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Mike Isaac / New York Times:
Sources: several Facebook execs voiced concerns about company's role in influencing elections; in all-hands meeting, Zuckerberg maintained the impact was small  —  SAN FRANCISCO — Late on Tuesday night, as it became clear that Donald J. Trump would defeat Hillary Clinton to win the presidential election …
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Mark Zuckerberg / Facebook:
Mark Zuckerberg defends Facebook's role in the election, claims over 99% of what people see on Facebook is authentic  —  I want to share some thoughts on Facebook and the election.  —  Our goal is to give every person a voice.  We believe deeply in people.
Emily Bell / Columbia Journalism Review:
Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg need to recognize the dangers of disseminating a flood of fake news, or public perception of the platform will continue to erode  —  Mark Zuckerberg hosts a Q&A at Facebook headquarters on December 11, 2014.  Photo via Facebook Newsroom
Casey Newton / The Verge:
Zuckerberg: “the idea that fake news on Facebook, which is a very small amount of the content, influenced the election in any way... is a pretty crazy idea”
Michael M. Grynbaum / New York Times:
The New York Observer, owned by Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner, ends its print edition  —  The New York Observer, the salmon-hued chronicler of New York City's power elite owned by Donald J. Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, is ceasing its print edition, just shy of its 20th year as a weekly paper.
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Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski resigns from CNN effective immediately, amid speculation he'll take a role in the Trump administration  —  Corey Lewandowski, the controversial Donald Trump campaign manager turned CNN commentator, resigned from CNN on Friday afternoon.
Jennifer Senior / New York Times:
Review of Megyn Kelly's memoir, Settle for More: dealing with Donald Trump and Roger Ailes, plus a bit of self-help advice  —  Even had there been no news in Megyn Kelly's new memoir, “Settle for More,” the book would have drawn a considerable audience.  Ms. Kelly, the 45-year-old anchor on Fox News …
Ben Kentish / The Independent:
Lego ends advertising with Daily Mail after calls for companies to ‘Stop Funding Hate’  —  Lego will stop advertising its products in the Daily Mail, following a public campaign calling on big companies to drop adverts from newspapers accused of promoting “hatred, discrimination and demonisation”, the company has announced.
Etan Vlessing / Hollywood Reporter:
IMAX raises $50M from WPP, Acer, and other companies to develop high quality 10-minute interactive VR movies for its properties and all other VR platforms  —  The giant-screen exhibitor, led by CEO Richard Gelfond, has launched pilot virtual reality centers, with strategic investors in its fund including CAA, WPP and Chinese companies.
David Uberti / Columbia Journalism Review:
Behind the scenes at BuzzFeed's live election-night Twitter broadcast, its take on cable news, which was long on internet memes and short on analytical minutiae  —  The “Nasty Woman” cocktail was really just a cosmo on the rocks, a traditional offering dressed up in a topical joke.
Discussion: @twitterpr
Keith J. Kelly / New York Post:
In staff memo, People EIC Jess Cagle says Trump cover is in no way a celebration of the president-elect and that it seemed wrong to feature anyone else  —  People magazine — which got hurricane-force blowback on Oct. 12 after publishing the shocking first-person story by a former reporter …
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
In the wake of Trump's victory, nonprofit news outlets including Mother Jones, ProPublica, and The Nation have seen a boost in donations and subscriptions  —  ProPublica doesn't do partisanship.  “We picked on the current administration and briefly on the one before that,” said ProPublica President Richard J. Tofel.
Discussion: Politico
Michael Cieply / Deadline:
Former NYT movie editor says the paper's narrative-driven agenda, set by editors and not reporters, insulates it from the outside world  —  It's been a moment for soul-searching and, to some extent repentance, at the New York Times.  In much-discussed remarks to his own media columnist James Rutenberg …
 
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Lucia Moses / Digiday:
Inside FT Labs, the Financial Times' new unit for projects that don't fit into normal development processes, like VR, ad blocking, and digital billboards
Dave McNary / Variety:
Editorial staff of Univision's Fusion.net votes to join Writers Guild of America East; 90% of 70-member bargaining unit voted yes
Chris O'Shea / FishbowlNY:
Wall Street Journal launches virtual reality app on Google's Daydream platform, featuring breaking news, market data, 360-degree videos, and more
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Casey Newton / The Verge:
Facebook is buying the social analytics company CrowdTangle, used by BuzzFeed, CNN, ESPN, others to track how content spreads online, for an undisclosed sum
Lulu Yilun Chen / Bloomberg:
Sources: Tencent Pictures to invest $295M+ in Hollywood and Chinese films through 2017