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10:35 AM ET, December 13, 2018

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Josh Feldman / Mediaite:
Kentucky's Gov. Matt Bevin lashes out at Louisville Courier Journal for teaming up with ProPublica and criticizes two ProPublica funders, including George Soros  —  Governor Matt Bevin (R- KY) posted a video of him blasting the Louisville Courier-Journal for its announcement of a journalistic partnership with ProPublica.
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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
David Folkenflik / NPR:
Sources: Tribune Publishing is paying ex-LAT exec Davan Maharaj $2.5M+ to avert a lawsuit, keeping an anti-Semitic slur by ex-chairman Michael Ferro under wraps  —  Several months after taking control of the troubled Tribune Publishing Co. in 2016, Chicago investor Michael Ferro convened …
Bloomberg:
Court document shows National Enquirer publisher American Media Inc. took a non-prosecution deal, admitting role in a hush payment to affect the 2016 election  —  - CEO Pecker met with Cohen, other campaign staffer in 2015  —  At least one other person from Donald Trump's presidential …
Howard Kurtz / Fox News:
Trump cancels the White House holiday party for the media  —  EXCLUSIVE - President Trump has canceled the White House holiday party for the media, making the decades-old tradition a victim of his increasingly contentious relationship with major news organizations.
Ted Johnson / Variety:
FCC begins Congressionally-mandated review of media ownership rules, including a current ban on mergers among top four broadcast networks  —  - National Enquirer Parent Admits to Making Karen McDougal Payments to Help Trump in 2016 Election  —  WASHINGTON — The FCC will review whether …
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Smithsonian Networks launches Smithsonian Channel Plus in the US, a $5/month streaming service that will incorporate Smithsonian Earth, launched three years ago  —  Smithsonian Networks has expanded its push to reach cord-cutters with the launch of Smithsonian Channel Plus …
Gerry Smith / Bloomberg:
Sources: Apple plans to relaunch Texture as an “all-you-can-eat” news subscription service, built into Apple News, as soon as spring 2019; publishers are wary  —  - Texture is set to evolve into Apple News subscription feature  — Media executives remain wary of Apple's latest media foray
Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
In Australia, an anachronistic gag order prevents news outlets from naming a Vatican official convicted on molestation charges as he awaits further court action  —  The front page of Thursday's Herald Sun newspaper in Melbourne, Australia, is dominated by a single word in huge white type, all caps, on a black background: CENSORED.
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.
 
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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”
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