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7:35 PM ET, November 12, 2018

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Jaclyn Peiser / New York Times:
New York Media, parent company to New York magazine, will launch a paywall for its sites in the last week of November with $5/month or $50/year subscriptions  —  Information may want to be free, as an aphorism had it in the early days of digital media.  But these days, increasingly, journalism wants to be paid for.
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Benjamin Goggin / Business Insider:
In a tweet, Tucker Carlson defends himself against assault allegations from a new client of Michael Avenatti's after video from a Charlottesville club surfaces
Susan Wojcicki / YouTube Creator Blog:
YouTube CEO warns of unintended consequences of EU's Article 13 and says YouTube may have to block videos in the EU to avoid liability under the new directive  —  This op-ed originally appeared in the Financial Times.  —  Creativity has long been a guiding force in my life …
Rani Molla / Recode:
Smart speakers' effect on audio: NPR's listening hours from speaker owners up 15% YoY, podcast listeners skip ads less, Spotify users likelier to listen daily  —  Until we invent something that wouldn't be possible without voice, we're just repurposing online content for our ears.
SportsBusiness Daily:
Despite speculation, neither Fox Sports nor NBC Sports bid on Fox's 22 regional sports networks last week by the deadline; it's now unclear who did submit bids  —  Fox Sports and NBC Sports stay on sideline for the sale, leaving the media industry to wonder who's in.
Discussion: Awful Announcing
Alex Heath / Cheddar:
Snap VP of Content Nick Bell, who joined the company in 2014 to lead Discover, says he's leaving amid a planned reorg under Chief Strategy Officer Jared Grusd  —  Another longtime Snap executive is jumping ship.  —  This time it's Nick Bell, Snap's VP of Content, who told employees that he's leaving on Monday.
Jim Rutenberg / New York Times:
After Trump denied Jim Acosta a press pass, networks and WH reporters were left with a choice to protest the move or do nothing, and both options have drawbacks  —  The CNN chief Jeff Zucker gave his troops unexpected orders the day after President Trump snatched the press credential away from Jim Acosta …
Sarah Ellison / Washington Post:
Roger Ailes didn't want Fox News tied to one GOP politician and dissuaded Hannity from attending a Tea Party event in 2010, a control absent at the network now  —  NEW YORK — On election night at Fox News Channel, big red news alerts lit up the small courtyard outside Studio F where Bret Baier …
Discussion: @johnmcquaid and @daviduberti
Lucas Shaw / Bloomberg:
Netflix executives say they want to experiment with lower-priced subscriptions in countries with lower per-capita income in pursuit of growth in Asia  —  - Streaming service wants to experiment with prices, CEO says  — Service has announced 17 new shows from five Asian countries
Mark Kleinman / Sky News:
Sources: the owner of the Daily Mail is drawing up plans to make an offer for the i, a newspaper currently owned by Johnston Press  —  The owner of the Daily Mail is plotting to buy the i in a move that would expand its share of the national newspaper market during a period of turbulence for the UK's biggest publishers .
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
NBC will air picture in picture ads that puts the ad in the corner of the screen without cutting away from broadcast for People's Choice Awards  —  Viewers who tune in to the broadcast of the 2018 People's Choice Awards this weekend on E! won't have to work too hard to find advertisers getting in on the event.
Discussion: @baekdal and The Wrap
 
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