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12:50 PM ET, December 12, 2018

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Nathaniel Popper / New York Times:
CBS News settles lawsuit with three women who accused Charlie Rose of sexual harassment, but legal proceedings against Rose continue  —  CBS News reached a legal settlement with three women who accused the network of not doing enough to stop one of its anchors, Charlie Rose, from sexually harassing them.
Eliza Brooke / Vox:
How recommendation sites like the Strategist and Wirecutter maintain readers' trust while earning revenue through affiliate links  —  Sites like the Strategist, Wirecutter, and BuzzFeed Reviews want to help you find the best of the best. … Say you want to buy a travel mug.
Josh Stearns / BuzzFeed:
A list of 29 stories reported by non-profit newsrooms, ranging from topics like #MeToo to campaign finance, which led to legislation change and more  —  When it comes to the biggest stories of 2018, from immigration to education, gun violence to campaign finance, nonprofit journalists around …
Steven Perlberg / BuzzFeed News:
About 80% of New York Magazine editorial staffers asked management to voluntarily recognize an editorial union on Wednesday morning  —  Staffers at New York magazine on Wednesday morning asked management to voluntarily recognize an editorial union, becoming the latest media company to push …
Cara Buckley / New York Times:
A study sponsored by Creative Artists Agency and shift7 shows the top movies from 2014 to 2017 starring women earned more than movies led by men  —  “Trolls.”  “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.”  “Moana.”  “Inside Out.”  “Wonder Woman.”  All were global box-office hits that had women in leading roles.
Tony Biasotti / Columbia Journalism Review:
For reporters in California, covering wildfires is now a regular beat, with newsrooms including the LA Times investing in protective suits and equipment  —  Lizzie Johnson, a reporter with the San Francisco Chronicle, drove into Paradise, California, early in the afternoon of November 8.
Discussion: VICE
Cynthia Littleton / Variety:
CBS News promotes Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett to Chief Washington Correspondent  —  CBS News has promoted Major Garrett to the post of Chief Washington Correspondent.  —  A veteran journo, Garrett has served as Chief White House Correspondent since joining CBS News in 2012.
Peter Kafka / Recode:
Verizon's declining focus on media has been apparent for a while, signaled by the departure of executives who bought AOL and Yahoo and combined them into Oath  —  And Verizon investors seem fine with that.  —  It was easy to predict that Verizon would end up regretting the $10 billion or so that it had invested in AOL and Yahoo.
Freddy Mayhew / Press Gazette:
BuzzFeed News LGBT Editor Patrick Strudwick said he was worried about the impact of the press on transgender people, claiming they have become a “scapegoat”  —  Buzzfeed's Patrick Strudwick said he worries about the effect the media has on transgender people as he collected …
Chattanoogan.com:
Chattanooga NewsChannel 9 reporter Alex George, battling cancer, says Sinclair Broadcasting terminated her contract  —  A popular young reporter for NewsChannel 9 has been terminated by Sinclair Broadcasting as she battles cancer.  —  Alex George wrote on her Twitter account on Friday, “Hi all, I want to clarify for those who asked.
Discussion: Broadcasting & Cable
 
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Rochelle Toplensky / Financial Times:
EU antitrust officials launch probe into Vodafone's acquisition of Liberty Global's cable assets in the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, and Romania
ProPublica:
ProPublica names the 14 newsrooms and journalists who will participate in the second year of the Local Reporting Network, including NOLA.com and WNYC
Linley Sanders / Teen Vogue:
Profiles of nonprofit news outlets Borderzine, Flint Beat, and The Colorado Independent, run by young women reporting local news that reflects their experiences
Washington Post:
How Russia sowed doubt after Sergei Skripal's poisoning using dozens of false narratives and conspiracy theories in Russian news outlets and on social media
 Earlier Picks: 
Josh Eidelson / Bloomberg:
Writers and editors at Slate vote 52-1 in favor of strike action, as they demand better diversity policies and removal of “right-to-work” clause
Edward Felsenthal / Time:
Time Magazine awards its Person of the Year honor to Jamal Khashoggi, Rappler CEO Maria Ressa, imprisoned Reuters journalists, and Capital Gazette staff