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10:20 PM ET, November 26, 2018

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Michelle Castillo / CNBC:
Facebook's YouTube competitor Watch is pivoting to older audiences as teens tune out and the company pares down the number of shows it purchases  —  - Facebook's Watch, a hub for shows and premium video content, was intended to be its big competitor to YouTube.
Press Gazette:
MP leading UK ‘fake news’ inquiry seizes internal Facebook documents using parliamentary legal powers  —  A cache of internal Facebook documents has been seized using Parliament's legal powers as MPs probe the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.  —  The documents are said to shed light …
Deadline:
Manhattan DA's office has decided not to charge Harvey Weinstein with financial crimes, will no longer pursue whether he used company assets to pay settlements  —  As Harvey Weinstein's legal woes continue, the Manhattan district attorney's office decided to not charge the disgraced producer …
Discussion: @sayssimonson, Vanity Fair and Variety
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Gene Maddaus / Variety:   Harvey Weinstein's lawyer plans to file a motion attacking credibility of witnesses, following discovery of emails between Weinstein and his accusers
Max Willens / Digiday:
The Washington Post is launching a new 20-minute daily news podcast, “Post Reports”, on December 3, with the goal of reaching 1M downloads per episode  —  The Washington Post is rolling out its most ambitious effort in podcasting yet, joining the battle for the daily news podcast of record.
Discussion: @janebsinger
Natalie Jarvey / Hollywood Reporter:
AT&T veteran Brad Bentley has been named general manager of WarnerMedia's forthcoming streaming service, while Turner's CTO takes over HBO's tech operations  —  Brad Bentley has been named general manager of WarnerMedia's forthcoming direct-to-consumer streaming service …
Amy Chozick / New York Times:
Profile of Kristine E. Guillaume, the first black woman to become President of The Harvard Crimson  —  Writers and editors at The Harvard Crimson have gone on to be presidents (John F. Kennedy, Franklin D. Roosevelt), tech billionaires (Steve Ballmer, the former chief executive of Microsoft) …
Patrick Kulp / Adweek:
NBCUniversal debuts a machine learning tool to help brands place ads around scenes relevant to their product, by analyzing scripts, CC data, visual descriptors  —  The tool identifies places for brands to buy spots in more opportune times  —  The next time you see, say …
Discussion: Broadcasting & Cable
Bryan Marquard / The Boston Globe:
Loretta McLaughlin, the Boston Globe reporter who broke the story on the Boston Strangler, has died aged 90  —  It was the fourth murder “that galvanized my attention,” Loretta McLaughlin would later recall while writing about Boston's stifling summer of 1962.
CNN:
Syrian radio host Raed Al Fares, who satirized President Bashar al-Assad and groups including ISIS, was shot dead on Friday alongside journalist Hamoud Junaid  —  (CNN)A Syrian radio host who satirized both President Bashar al-Assad and opposition insurgents including ISIS has been shot dead …
Discussion: @eye2winner
Mia Galuppo / Hollywood Reporter:
Amazon Studios has signed a first-look deal with Viola Davis' production company, JuVee Productions, as streaming services continue to lock down big names  —  Under the deal, Davis and Julius Tennon will make features for the streaming service.  —  JuVee Productions, the shingle headed …
 
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