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9:30 PM ET, September 18, 2018

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Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
New York Media names Boris Kachka as book editor as it seeks to triple books coverage across properties with more coverage of audiobooks, genres, and authors  —  The best house, in my opinion, is a house where books are everywhere: not just on a single shelf in the living room …
Lucia Moses / Digiday:
Facebook begins classifying news Pages to determine which publishers' ads will be in the news section of Facebook's Ad Archive, details criteria for news Pages  —  Facebook is moving forward with its controversial Ad Archive with a new system being announced today that will decide where to include individual publishers in the archive.
Discussion: Axios, Facebook Media and Adweek
Malte Ubl / Accelerated Mobile Pages Project:
Google says it is moving the AMP project to an open governance model, forms steering committee with reps from other companies  —  Over the last 2 years AMP has grown from a tiny open source project with just 2 contributors to a much larger one with over 700 folks contributing over 10,000 commits running on many millions of websites.
Laurie Penny / Longreads:
Why refusing to “debate” some bad moral ideas isn't about censorship, and why I refused to speak alongside Steve Bannon at an Economist event  —  There are some stupid mistakes that only very smart people make, and one of them is the notion that a sensible argument seriously presented …
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Rick Porter / Hollywood Reporter:
HBO and Netflix tie for the most Emmy wins, taking home 23 each; Amazon's The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel won eight awards; Hulu won four
Nieman Lab:
UN publishes Journalism, Fake News and Disinformation, a handbook to help journalists tackle the rise of disinformation around the world  —  In a global-first act of collaborative research and knowledge sharing involving leading international experts, the UN published a new handbook this week …
Scott Roxborough / Hollywood Reporter:
Axel Springer CEO Mathias Dopfner is joining Netflix's board of directors  —  As boss of the European publishing giant, Dopfner oversees titles including Politico Europe and Germany's Bild and Die Welt.  —  Mathias Dopfner, chairman and CEO of European publishing giant Axel Springer …
Discussion: Variety
Alexandra Stevenson / New York Times:
Jonathan Kaiman, formerly Beijing bureau chief for the LA Times, has resigned following allegations of sexual misconduct made in May  —  BEIJING — A former Beijing bureau chief for The Los Angeles Times has resigned amid accusations of sexual misconduct.  —  The journalist, Jonathan Kaiman …
Discussion: Deadline and The Wrap
Kali Hays / WWD:
Condé Nast names Spin's Editor-in-Chief Puja Patel EIC of Pitchfork, the web-based music publication it acquired in 2015  —  Spin's editor in chief Puja Patel is taking the helm of Pitchfork.  —  Another day, another editor change within Condé Nast.
 
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Sean Burch / The Wrap:
Simon & Schuster said Bob Woodward's new book, “Fear”, sold 1.1M+ copies in its first week, breaking the company's record for first-week sales
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Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
Sources: Julie Chen to step down from CBS' The Talk but will continue to host Big Brother after CEO Les Moonves' exit amid accusations of sexual misconduct
Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg / Wall Street Journal:
Sources: the Benioffs are paying approximately 5.76 times the operating earnings for Time Magazine, which is expected to see a 9% revenue decline this year
Cora Currier / The Intercept:
Internal memos from 2015, written by US AG for FBI, show how the US government can monitor journalists: high-level DOJ officials bring requests to FISA court