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10:10 AM ET, December 11, 2016


 Top News: 
Philip Bump / Washington Post:
LA entertainment attorney says Trump's EP title on Celebrity Apprentice is likely credit for past work, other presidents have derived income from media products  —  I know next to nothing about how the entertainment world works.  Like many Americans, I assume, the blur of names that I ignore …
Tim Peterson / Marketing Land:
Facebook discloses more engagement measurement errors; some of the faulty stats were used by The New York Times and BuzzFeed in their stories about fake news  —  Facebook misreported engagement numbers for links and live videos and is refining the ad reach estimates it shows advertisers.
Sophia Tesfaye / Salon:
Online media outlet Right Side Broadcasting Network, called Trump TV by some, plans to expand to 24-hour operation  —  Can Trump grant the online channel dedicated to his campaign into the White House without proper credentials?  —  The conservative online media outlet Right Side Broadcasting Network …
Discussion: The Huffington Post
Michael Rosenwald / Columbia Journalism Review:
Online news may never reach print's revenue and readership, meaning publishers must rethink digital vs. paper assumptions, including reader willingness to pay  —  Roger Fidler is a forefather of digital journalism.  In the early 1980s, he wrote and illustrated an essay on the future of news.
Discussion: @jbenton and @mathewi
Jessica Contrera / Washington Post:
Kids are now emulating the child YouTubers they've grown up watching, by posting videos of themselves and performing even when they're not being recorded  —  always land their bottles perfectly upright.  Max Cole has spent hours studying their routine, and now, his own viewers are waiting: Empty half the blue juice.
Hadas Gold / Politico:
The Blaze suspends reporter Jason Buttrill over claim he shot at ISIS fighters, recalls him to the US, after initially publishing a story detailing the incident  —  The Blaze has recalled and suspended a researcher who while in Iraq said he fired shots at ISIS fighters, and later proudly publicized his actions.
Chris O'Brien / VentureBeat:
Molotov, a free app that allows users to watch 70 free channels in France and bookmark shows in the cloud for alerts and later viewing, raises $23M  —  Paris-based startup Molotov has raised $23 million and launched a service that is poised to revolutionize the way we watch live TV, doing what Apple has tried but thus far failed to do.
Discussion: TechCrunch
Damien Gayle / The Guardian:
Sunday Times television and restaurant critic AA Gill dies at 62, weeks after revealing he had cancer  —  Sunday Times journalist dies three weeks after revealing he had been diagnosed with ‘an embarrassment of cancer, the full English’  —  The award-winning journalist and restaurant critic AA Gill …
Nathan J. Robinson / Current Affairs:
By refusing to admit that Trump is ever right, fact-checkers, whose analyses are frequently dubious, have rendered themselves untrustworthy  —  Ridding ourselves of fake news requires having media outlets that are actually worth listening to...  Despite having decisively won the presidential election …
Discussion: Vanity Fair and The Week
Charlie Warzel / BuzzFeed:
Trump's denunciation of individuals on Twitter, which often leads to harassment by his followers, tests the limits of Twitter's rules against incitement  —  Twitter declined BuzzFeed News' request for comment.  —  Last night President-elect Donald Trump used his Twitter account to criticize Chuck Jones …
Tatiana Siegel / Hollywood Reporter:
Sources: Annapurna Pictures is developing a film about the Roger Ailes scandal which will focus on Megyn Kelly and other alleged victims  —  Megan Ellison's Annapurna Pictures has scooped up a pitch from Charles Randolph about the former Fox News chairman.  —  First, there was a miniseries …
Lloyd Grove / The Daily Beast:
Two sites named on blacklist of news sites peddling Russian propaganda featured by WaPo demand retraction; one, Naked Capitalism, threatens to sue the newspaper  —  The Washington Post—whose coverage of Watergate four decades ago angered the powers that be, toppled a president …
Ian Burrell / The Drum:
How vintage picture agency Magnum Photos is reinventing itself for the Instagram age at 70, with a new online shop, a relaunched website, photo projects, more  —  The Instagram page of Magnum Photos, the world's most famous photographic agency, is the point where the old and new worlds of still imagery collide.
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Micah Singleton / The Verge:
Sources: Spotify testing new feature, Jump In, that lets free users play songs on-demand in certain playlists, but negotiations with labels may delay release
Erik Hayden / Hollywood Reporter:
Mika Brzezinski, criticized during election for favorable Trump treatment, claims Clinton camp contacted NBC to say she “needed to be pulled off the air”
Discussion: @thr
Peter Sterne / Politico:
Associated Press lays off 25 staffers in global news department, including two staffers from the AP's New York statehouse bureau in Albany
Discussion: Forbes and Washington Post
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