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1:10 PM ET, October 12, 2017

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Megan Twohey / New York Times:
Interviews and internal company records show Weinstein Company may have known of settlements involving Harvey Weinstein since 2015  —  With Harvey Weinstein fired amid escalating allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct, the business he helped create is consumed not just with what he is accused …
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Jacey Fortin / New York Times:
Over two dozen women, including Ashley Judd, Rose McGowan, and Mira Sorvino, have reportedly accused Harvey Weinstein of assault or harassment  —  Days after a series of sexual harassment allegations against the film producer Harvey Weinstein were made public in a report in The New York Times …
Isaac Chotiner / Slate:
Interview with Jodi Kantor, who with Megan Twohey reported the NYT story on Harvey Weinstein, on why women came forward, why stories didn't emerge earlier, more  —  Jodi Kantor on how she and her colleagues turned the “open secret” of Harvey Weinstein's sexual harassment into a blockbuster New York Times story.
TMZ:
Bob Weinstein says his brother's remorse and apologies to his victims are hollow, calls him a “very sick man” and says that he has yet to seek help
Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
Weinstein used the media to smear his victims and keep them silent; prior to NYT story, negative info about one of his accusers was offered to a WaPo reporter
Lloyd Grove / The Daily Beast:
Sources differ on whether freelance correspondent Ronan Farrow had enough usable interviews when NBC News passed on his Harvey Weinstein story
Silvia Killingsworth / The Awl:
Every industry, including journalism, has men like Harvey Weinstein who cross lines with women in multiple ways
Dustin Volz / Reuters:
In an interview, Sheryl Sandberg says Facebook is committed to helping Congressional investigators publicly release Russia-linked ads and info on user targeting  —  WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Facebook Inc Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg said on Thursday the company was fully committed …
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Tony Romm / Recode:
House Intelligence Committee leaders say they hope to publicly release Russia-linked Facebook ads once the company has scrubbed identifying info
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CNNMoney:
Experts say Trump's threat to “challenge” TV networks' licenses, made in response to NBC News report, would be hard to implement
Stephanie Prange / Variety:
Five major Hollywood studios join Disney's Movies Anywhere service, a digital locker that brings together movies from Amazon Video, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu  —  Disney-owned Movies Anywhere service gets backing from most of the majors, launches tonight  —  Stephanie's Most Recent Stories
Craig Silverman / BuzzFeed:
Leaked Facebook email to fact-checking partners: news they label as false sees future impressions drop by 80% and takes 3+ days for labels to be applied  —  A news story that's been labeled false by Facebook's third-party fact-checking partners sees its future impressions on the platform drop by 80% …
Jeff Baumgartner / Multichannel News:
Washington Post:
Facebook says it fixed a CrowdTangle “bug” that allowed a researcher to analyze the reach of Russia-linked account posts  —  Social media analyst Jonathan Albright got a call from Facebook the day after he published research last week showing that the reach of the Russian disinformation campaign …
Graham Ruddick / The Guardian:
Murdoch's News Group Newspapers deliberately hid and destroyed evidence of unlawful activity, allege phone hacking victims in court  —  Lawyer representing victims at high court says involvement of senior executives in unlawful activities was covered up  —  Rupert Murdoch's News Group …
Discussion: iMediaEthics
Zheping Huang / Quartz:
A look at the role and risks of “news assistants”, journalists who are unable to work as reporters for foreign news orgs in China due to government regulations  —  When the Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad announced after an inquiry that its longtime China-based correspondent …
Jim Brady / ESPN:
Jemele Hill's suspension suggests ESPN journalists should consider business relationships before speaking out, and that undermines journalists' independence  —  The uneasy relationship between Jemele Hill and ESPN spilled into public view again Monday, as the network suspended the SportsCenter anchor …
 
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