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11:35 AM ET, February 14, 2018

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John Koblin / New York Times:
Netflix signs five-year exclusive contract with Ryan Murphy, creator of American Horror Story and Glee; sources say deal is worth as much as $300M  —  The streaming giant Netflix has won yet another battle against old Hollywood.  —  On Tuesday night, Netflix announced that it had poached …
HuffPost:
James Bennet, NYT editorial page editor, says Quinn Norton will not join editorial board after her prior tweets with slurs emerge following hiring announcement  —  Quinn Norton has tweeted that she's friends with neo-Nazis, and has used slurs on a regular basis.
Frederic Lardinois / TechCrunch:
Google details how Chrome's optional ad blocking, which goes live tomorrow, will work: which kinds of ads will trigger it, how Chrome will notify users, more  —  Chrome's built-in ad blocker will go live tomorrow.  It's the first time Google will automatically block some ads in Chrome …
Wall Street Journal:
Sources: AT&T and Time Warner's list of people to call upon as witnesses in forthcoming trial with DoJ includes antitrust chief Makan Delrahim  —  Company lays the groundwork to challenge the legitimacy of government's antitrust suit  —  WASHINGTON— AT&T Inc. T -.56% is considering …
Discussion: FierceCable
David Faber / CNBC:
Sources: Viacom CEO Les Moonves and Viacom's CEO Bob Bakish met last Friday to discuss a deal to combine the two companies  —  - CBS and Viacom CEOs met Friday to discuss a deal to combine the two companies, sources tell CNBC.  — Les Moonves of CBS and Bob Bakish from Viacom are talking …
Jason Rezaian / Washington Post:
PEN America to grant Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, the two Reuters reporters jailed after their investigation into the Inn Din massacre, the Freedom to Write Award  —  For more than two months, the Burmese government has held two Reuters reporters in prison for their investigation into a massacre by the country's military.
Washington Post:
The Washington Post is opening bureaus in Rome and Hong Kong and has named a second Mexico City-based correspondent, as its international audience increases  —  The Washington Post is broadening its international coverage with the opening of bureaus in Rome and Hong Kong.
 
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Hamilton Nolan / Splinter:
Sources: at a CNN town hall on Tues, Jeff Zucker was asked what his position on the network's digital employees unionizing is, says company hadn't considered it
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The New York Times says that The Daily podcast will expand to public radio in April, distributed by American Public Media
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Jessica Davies / Digiday:
Survey of 33 news orgs: 70% said reader willingness to pay for content has increased in past year
Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
Interview with Jason Kottke, whose blog kottke.org turns 20 this year, on the function of blogs, newsletters, how memberships bring in 60% of his revenue, more
Joan E. Solsman / CNET:
Oath CEO Tim Armstrong says programs in Go90, Verizon's free mobile video app, will be redistributed inside Oath outlets like HuffPost, Yahoo Finance
Josh Breiner / Haaretz:
Israel police recommend charges against Arnon Mozes, the publisher of Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper, as part of one case against Prime Minister Netanyahu
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Daniel Miller / Los Angeles Times:
Ex-Vice employee, who had access to info on dozens of employee salaries, sues Vice over pay discrimination, says male subordinate made $25K/year more than her
Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
WH briefing room is now much worse than a spin room, with Sarah Sanders channeling Trump's abuse of media, hitting new low when talking about respect for women
Liam Corcoran / Nieman Lab:
How Scandinavian publishing house Schibsted's machine learning tech predicts which readers are 3 to 5 times more likely to buy a subscription
Krystie Lee Yandoli / BuzzFeed:
Jay Asher, author of the book Thirteen Reasons Why, adapted for Netflix, was removed from a literary organization over allegations of sexual harassment
Benjamin Mullin / Wall Street Journal:
Google launches AMP story format, a mobile-friendly tool for video, image, and animation-heavy stories, partnering with CNN, Vox Media, and other publishers