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12:10 PM ET, November 25, 2018

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New York Times:
How Origo, Hungary's site famous for corruption investigations, turned pro-government as German-owned Magyar Telekom was pressured to sell it to Orban's allies  —  BUDAPEST — Hungary's leading news website, Origo, had a juicy scoop: A top aide to the far-right prime minister, Viktor Orban …
Jeremy Barr / Hollywood Reporter:
White House communications chief Bill Shine received $8.4M severance from Fox News in May 2017 and will get $3.5M in bonuses both this year and next  —  The White House communications chief got an $8.4 million package and will receive $3.5 million from 21st Century Fox this year and next.
Michelle Ruiz / Vogue:
Former CNN journalist Jessica Yellin, tired of the “toxicity” and aggression of cable news, uses her Instagram account to distill news for her 90K followers  —  Remember when The New York Times published more cover stories about Hillary Clinton's emails than it did about all policy issues combined …
Discussion: @katierosman
Kate Conger / New York Times:
For a NYT tech reporter, apps like Signal help minimize and secure the digital footprint from meetings with sources, but in-person ones remain the most secure  —  It's easy to leave behind digital evidence when talking to sources — or to friends.  Here's how Kate Conger, a tech reporter, reduces that exposure.
Mure Dickie / Financial Times:
A look at decline of The Scotsman, whose circulation is down to 17K from 100K in 2000 and value is down to £4.3M from £160M when Johnston Press bought it in '05  —  The Scotsman is literally a Scottish landmark: the baroque building constructed as the newspaper's headquarters in 1905 towers …
@crookedmedia:
Crooked Media says that Tim Miller, who has worked with the Facebook-contracted PR firm Definers Public Affairs, will no longer be a contributor  —  Hey everybody, We wanted to give you an update on Tim Miller. We invited Tim to contribute to Crooked because he took a public stand against Trump when most of his party capitulated. That took courage, and unlike many Republicans who declared themselves to be Never Trumpers during the campaign, he's still one today.
Jesse Knight / Nieman Lab:
Ex-Vice CTO argues that publishers should work together to create a single CMS platform to cut costs and better compete with Facebook as a single media union  —  Media companies are each independently trying to solve the same technical problems, rather than focusing on competing with Facebook.
Darren Rovell / ESPN:
Bleacher Report Live technical issues led Turner to give away stream of golf game between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson for free; some carriers charged $20  —  Those who weren't planning to pay $19.99 for “The Match” between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson on Friday got a break …
Jesse Jarnow / Wired:
The ecosystem of “tapers”, enthusiasts who record live music, is thriving due to advancements in recording technology and the ease of sharing over the internet  —  MOST TIMES, ERIC Pier-Hocking will get to the venue before you do.  It's not because he wants to be in the front row …
 
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Soma Biswas / Wall Street Journal:
US-based Spanish language TV and radio broadcaster LBI Media files for bankruptcy, blaming competition from digital media and heavy debt
BBC:
Raed Fares, founder of Radio Fresh, an independent radio station broadcasting from inside opposition-held areas in Syria, has been assassinated in Idlib
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Cory Doctorow / Boing Boing:
CBC pulled an interview after its reporter criticized CBC relationship with Facebook; reporter says Facebook routinely complains to CBC after on-air criticism
Pranav Dixit / BuzzFeed News:
WhatsApp has hired Abhijit Bose as head of operations, starting in early 2019, responsible for monetizing the platform and all efforts to fight misinformation