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4:35 AM ET, December 17, 2018

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TMZ.com:
Colin Kroll, the CEO, co-founder of HQ Trivia and co-founder of Vine, has died at 34; police source says a drug overdose is suspected  —  Colin Kroll, the CEO and co-founder of HQ Trivia, has died of an apparent drug overdose ... TMZ has learned.  —  Law enforcement sources tell TMZ …
Louisiana State University:
Study shows that combination of articles defending journalism and fact-checking increased readers' trust in the media while fact-checking articles alone did not  —  Baton Rouge, LA - In a first-of-its-kind study from Louisiana State University's Manship School of Mass Communication …
Washington Post:
Leaked report prepared for Senate analyzes Russian disinformation that supported Trump across millions of posts on YouTube, Instagram, Tumblr, Pinterest, more  —  The report, a draft of which was obtained by The Washington Post, is the first to analyze the millions of posts provided …
Reuters Institute:
Analysis of 760 articles on AI in six UK news outlets finds 33% of sources were from the industry, ~2x more than from academia, and 6x more than from government  —  As industry, government, and academia invest in various forms of artificial intelligence, many believe that these rapidly developing technologies …
Brooks Barnes / New York Times:
How Netflix aims to disrupt films after shaking up TV: opening in theaters briefly to qualify for Oscars and spending big on talent and quantity, ~90 films/year  —  As hundreds of movie buffs waited in line to see Alfonso Cuarón's “Roma” at the Telluride Film Festival in August …
Ruma Paul / Reuters:
Ahead of a general election next month, journalists in Bangladesh say they are living in fear of ever-tightening media laws and are engaging in self-censorship  —  Ruma Paul, Serajul Quadir, Zeba Siddiqui  —  DHAKA (Reuters) - With less than a month to go to a general election …
Jessica Davies / Digiday:
Q&A with Le Monde's CEO Louis Dreyfus on its surging digital subscriptions and Skyline, an advertising alliance with Le Figaro, which generated €5M in 10 months  —  This article appears in the latest issue of Digiday magazine, a quarterly publication that is part of Digiday+.
Bryan Curtis / The Ringer:
Inside Rupert Murdoch's deal that brought Fox, a second-tier network in 1993, into the US mainstream: heavily outbidding CBS on NFL TV rights and hiring Madden  —  An oral history of the most important deal in sports TV history, when Rupert Murdoch and Fox stole the NFL and John Madden …
Mike Caulfield / Nieman Lab:
Despite confirmation bias, teaching media literacy works, and it helps mitigate the small mistakes that lead media consumers to radicalization  —  A few days ago, YouTube star Pewdiepie recommended his 75 million subscribers follow a YouTube account that was associated with promoting alt-right and anti-Semitic content.
Discussion: @niemanlab
Cynthia Littleton / Variety:
How Bob Bakish turned around Viacom by focusing on content, diversifying into digital programming and live experiences, expanding to India and UK, more  —  Bob Bakish was days into his job as CEO of Viacom in late 2016 when he began convening meetings with senior executives to execute …
Eric Johnson / Recode:
Q&A with Ezra Klein and Kara Swisher on the future of journalism, the decline of scoops and how Twitter has made journalists dumber, meaner, and more reactive  —  Klein says Twitter has made journalists dumber, meaner and more reactive.  —  On the latest episode of Recode Decode …
 
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