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5:05 AM ET, September 5, 2019

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Natalie Jarvey / Hollywood Reporter:
Janice Min is leaving Quibi, the short-form video startup run by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman; she joined Quibi about a year ago to lead daily news shows  —  Min is the second high-level executive to leave the shortform video startup in recent weeks.  —  Janice Min is leaving Quibi …
CNBC:
Google will pay a $136M fine to the FTC and $34M to the New York Attorney General to settle claims that it violated child privacy laws on YouTube  —  will pay $170 million to settle claims it violated child privacy laws SEARCH QUOTES TECH YouTube will pay $170 million to settle claims …
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Peter Kafka / Vox:
Google's FTC settlement, a pittance compared to its profits, shows the US political system and its outdated laws aren't ready to rein in powerful tech companies  —  Fans gather at a party to celebrate the launch of the YouTube Kids app in 2015.  Jesse Grant/Getty Images for YouTube
Benjamin Hart / New York Magazine:
Trump admin aide, who quit over a Bloomberg story that misread his Facebook posts as anti-Semitic, has reportedly been reinstated; Bloomberg stands by report  —  UPDATE: On Wednesday afternoon, The Daily Caller reported that Leif Olson would be reinstated to his position at the Department of Labor.
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Yair Rosenberg / Tablet Magazine:
Trump admin staffer quit just before Bloomberg reported his 2016 Facebook posts were anti-Semitic; omitted context shows the posts actually mocked anti-Semitism
Ben Smith / BuzzFeed News:
Politico's White House reporter and CNN contributor Eliana Johnson will be the new editor-in-chief of the neoconservative outlet Washington Free Beacon  —  A leading political reporter is leaving Politico to lead the neoconservative flagship Washington Free Beacon, the latest move …
Logan McDonald / BuzzFeed:
Inside BuzzFeed's Tech + News Working Group, a collaboration between reporters and the IT team, leading to better understanding of issues, new tools, and scoops  —  This question — and many, many others like it — arose from an initiative called “The Tech + News Working Group,” …
Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
Trump's escalating media attacks will deepen distrust of media among the GOP, erode trust in CNN, have little effect on the industry, and further divide the US  —  President Trump requires no translation or interpretation when it comes to his plan for going after national news outlets as Campaign 2020 kicks into high gear.
Lucy Westcott / Committee to Protect Journalists:
CPJ survey of female and gender non-conforming journalists in the US and Canada: online harassment cited as biggest risk, 70%+ experienced safety issues/threats  —  Ask any female journalist about harassment or safety while on assignment and they'll likely have a story to tell.
Dustin Gouker / Legal Sports Report:
TheScore raises $40M to fund the growth and development of its media and sports betting businesses and fully launches its New Jersey online sportsbook  —  The war chest for sports media company theScore just got a little bigger as it seeks to bolster its online sportsbook product.
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Steven Hsieh / Phoenix New Times:
Employees of the Arizona Republic announce they plan to form a union, amid newsroom tension and worries that Gannett-GateHouse merger could lead to job cuts
Madhumita Murgia / Financial Times:
Web browser Brave hands evidence to Irish data regulator alleging Google uses hidden webpages to pass personal data of users to advertisers, undercutting GDPR
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Axios Sports newsletter hits 100K subscribers, up ~10x since Axios acquired Sports Internet in January, claims a 42% open rate, double the industry standard
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Amazon's Fire TV, with 37M+ monthly active users globally, announces new hardware and brands using the Fire TV OS as the company competes with Roku and others
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