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9:05 PM ET, November 14, 2018

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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.
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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.
CNN:
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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BBC:
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
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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