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12:00 PM ET, September 12, 2019

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Sara Guaglione / MediaPost:
Executives from seven newspaper companies lobbied Congress on Tuesday for support of a bill that would let newspapers jointly negotiate with tech platforms  —  Executives from seven newspaper companies lobbied Capitol Hill yesterday to urge Congress to pass the “Journalism Competition and Preservation Act …
Ted Johnson / Deadline:
Lauren Petterson named president of Fox Business Network, replacing Brian Jones  —  Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott on Thursday announced a major change at the top of Fox Business Network: Lauren Petterson is replacing Brian Jones as president.  —  Petterson will continue to oversee talent development at Fox News Channel.
Emily Tamkin / Columbia Journalism Review:
Interview with CNN's Daniel Dale, who says it's important to correct Trump falsehoods, intentional or unintentional, because he's consistently wrong on details  —  In June, CNN hired Daniel Dale, a reporter who had become—to the extent possible for reporters—famous, specifically for fact-checking.
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
Express, The Washington Post's free weekday paper for commuters, will close after 16 years on Thursday due to its financial condition; 20 journalists laid off  —  Express, the free newspaper published weekdays by The Washington Post for Metro riders and other commuters, will shut down on Thursday …
Denise Petski / Deadline:
BBC News will produce an international news show for short-form video startup Quibi, to be filmed in London five days a week and launching in April 2020  —  Quibi, Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman's short-form video platform, has announced a partnership with BBC News to produce …
Discussion: Variety and TechCrunch
TechCrunch:
Spotify acquires SoundBetter, a music production marketplace for artists, producers, and musicians to connect on specific projects, for an undisclosed sum  —  Spotify today took another step in its efforts to build out services for artists to help diversify itself away from a business model predicated …
Alex Burness / The Colorado Independent:
As part of its $50K settlement with the Colorado Independent editor for wrongfully detaining her, Denver PD agrees to strengthen First Amendment training  —  Denver's Police Department has agreed to a $50,000 settlement with Colorado Independent Editor Susan Greene, whose …
Discussion: @tinagriego
Andrew Albanese / Publishers Weekly:
Audible will limit its Captions program, which shows text alongside narration, to public domain works until the copyright lawsuit filed by seven publishers ends  —  IBPA CEO Angela Bole said IBPA “sees benefit in something like the Audible Captions program, but not without proper permission …
Discussion: Bookseller News
Caysey Welton / Folio:
Lacking ad buy figures, a comparison of the weight of the September issues of five fashion magazines shows significant declines since 2016, notably for Elle  —  Our annual fall weigh-in reveals flat and falling numbers.  —  The story of shrinking magazines and fewer ad pages is anything but new.
Discussion: bookforum.com
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Walmart's Vudu is launching family-friendly features, like Family Play, which lets viewers automatically skip or mute “objectionable” content, and a kids' mode  —  Vudu, Walmart's video-streaming unit, is promising parents new tools to evaluate and control what their kids watch …
Discussion: The Streamable
 
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The Wrap:
Sources: 40 people were let go from AXS TV after Mark Cuban's sale of his majority stake in the cable network and the channel HDNet Movies to Anthem Sports
Chris Welch / The Verge:
Interview with WWE co-president George Barrios about the WWE Network, on integrating free content with paid, and its plans for a premium subscription
Lesley Stahl / CBS News:
Interview with Steve Kroft, who retired as 60 Minutes correspondent in May, on leaving a 30-year career with the news magazine and his most memorable stories
Discussion: @armenketeyian
Eric Hananoki / Media Matters for America:
For the third time this year, David Urban discussed the USMCA trade deal on CNN without it being disclosed that he's being paid to lobby for the measure
 Earlier Picks: 
Ira Boudway / Bloomberg:
The Athletic will make its first foray into ad-supported content with a daily in-depth sports podcast called “The Lead”, launching later this month
Wendy Lee / Los Angeles Times:
Profile of Dawn Ostroff, Spotify's chief content officer, as the company invests heavily in podcasts to gain an edge over rivals
The Information:
Internal Facebook memo: editors for an upcoming news tab will exercise significant control over top stories, including judging the use of anonymous sources