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9:05 PM ET, November 14, 2018


 Top News: 
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
Fox, ABC, NBC, NYT, AP, Bloomberg, First Look Media, Politico, EW Scripps, USA Today, and WaPo say they are filing amicus briefs supporting CNN in WH lawsuit  —  Fox News is endorsing CNN's legal effort to regain correspondent Jim Acosta's White House credentials.
Eddie Scarry / Washington Examiner:
The judge in a preliminary hearing over Jim Acosta's White House press pass delays a ruling until Thursday, after hearing arguments from CNN and the DOJ  —  U.S. District Judge Timothy Kelly said he is delaying a decision in CNN's lawsuit against the White House until Thursday while he considers the merits of both sides.
Responding to CNN's lawsuit, the Department of Justice says the White House can pick and choose which journalists it grants permanent press passes to  —  (CNN)The Justice Department responded to CNN's lawsuit over the revocation of Jim Acosta's press pass on Wednesday, saying in a court filing …
Eriq Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:
CNN's lawsuit could lead to broader questions for Trump's administration in court, including queries about the decision to challenge the AT&T-Time Warner merger
Jay Rosen / Boing Boing:
Dutch media company De Correspondent launches membership drive for its US publication, The Correspondent, and hopes to raise $2.5M by December 14  —  This is for everyone who follows me on social media, or who has read my press criticism.  All my former students.  Fans of my blog, PressThink.
Jon Russell / TechCrunch:
Netflix is testing cheaper, mobile-only subscriptions “in a few countries” including Malaysia, where it is half the price of its next cheapest package  —  Netflix is testing a cut-price mobile-only subscription as it explores new packages aimed at widening its appeal in Asia and other emerging markets.
Sara Fischer / Axios:
LinkedIn says it expects $2B in revenue from its media business, driven mostly by ad revenue, by the end of the fiscal year  —  LinkedIn, the business and employment network, says it expects to bring in roughly $2 billion from its media business — mostly via ad revenue — by the end of this fiscal year.
Discussion: Associated Press and MediaPost
Brian Fung / Washington Post:
Sinclair, Raycom, Tribune, Meredith, Griffin, and Dreamcatcher have settled with the DOJ over the sharing of info that allowed them to manipulate TV ad prices  —  Some of the biggest names in broadcast television have reached a settlement with government regulators after the Justice Department filed …
Jeremy Barr / Hollywood Reporter:
Fox News host Laura Ingraham is dropping her three-hour-long daily radio show, to be replaced with a shorter daily podcast on PodcastOne in January  —  “Although I will greatly miss my radio listeners and affiliates, working late nights and early mornings has taken a toll on my family life," Ingraham said.
Dino-Ray Ramos / Deadline:
Vox's Explained, a weekly docuseries produced by Vox and Vox Entertainment, gets a second season on Netflix  —  EXCLUSIVE: For those who are constantly demanding explanations, you'll be happy to know that Explained, the original docuseries from Vox and Netflix, has been greenlit for a second season.
Discussion: @bankoff
Jack Nicas / New York Times:
Jack Nicas, who covers Apple and other tech companies for The New York Times, describes the new tools and old-school methods he uses to cover Silicon Valley  —  Reporting on secretive technology companies sometimes means finding people who don't want to be found.  Jack Nicas, who covers Apple, relies on some old-school methods.
Discussion: @puiwingtam
Katharine Viner / The Guardian:
The Guardian's EIC Kath Viner talks about how the paper received financial support from 1M+ readers in three years and hopes to break even by April 2019  —  The Guardian's editor-in-chief reflects on the state of media today and explains how the support of 1 million readers has enabled us …
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Speaking at the News Xchange conference, BBC boss Tony Hall said journalists received “constant anonymous threats” on Twitter and calls it “disgraceful”
Chris Welch / The Verge:
Podcasting app Pocket Casts, which was recently acquired by a public radio collective, launches a redesign and introduces new features on iOS and Android
Jon Levine / The Wrap:
Irin Carmon, a leading writer on gender and legal issues and author of millennial favorite book “Notorious RBG”, has joined CNN as a contributor
Discussion: Vox
Shona Ghosh / Business Insider:
Uber's CEO is “anxious” for more details about the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi but says Saudi Arabia still deserves a board seat
 Earlier Picks: 
Georg Szalai / Hollywood Reporter:
Univision reports lower Q3 earnings, impacted partly by Dish dispute, with revenue dropping 17.3% YoY to $628.2M and ad revenue down 16.6% YoY to $378.7M
Kali Hays / WWD:
Penske Media, owner of WWD, Variety, and Rolling Stone, buys Peter Brant's ARTnews and Art in America, for a reported $20M-$25M
Discussion: New York Post and artnet News
Thomas Grove / Wall Street Journal:
Turkish court throws out conviction of former Wall Street Journal reporter Ayla Albayrak on charges of engaging in terrorist propaganda
Matthew Garrahan / Financial Times:
Quartz launches free new app with curated news stories and contributions from business leaders and introduces a premium membership tier for $14.99/month