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10:20 PM ET, October 9, 2019

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Variety:
Ronan Farrow's Catch and Kill has an interview with former NBC News employee Brooke Nevils, who alleges that Matt Lauer raped her at the 2014 Sochi Olympics  —  Ronan Farrow's new book “Catch and Kill” recounts his investigation of Harvey Weinstein; the hurdles his then-employer NBC News put …
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Marisa Guthrie / Hollywood Reporter:
Q&A with Ronan Farrow about Catch and Kill, which alleges that Weinstein used National Enquirer's dirt on Matt Lauer to pressure NBC to kill Weinstein exposé  —  In his first interview about the explosive ‘Catch and Kill,’ the journalist reveals fresh claims of secret payouts …
Cecilia Kang / New York Times:
Facebook refuses Biden campaign's request to take down a misleading Trump campaign ad, rejected by CNN, reigniting a debate about Facebook and political speech  —  WASHINGTON — The 30-second video ad released by the Trump campaign last week is grainy, and the narrator's voice is foreboding.
Ken Doctor / Nieman Lab:
The Gannett-GateHouse merger may close around Thanksgiving, and over 10% of the workforce will likely be cut, with business-side jobs bearing the brunt of cuts  —  The megamerger is really happening.  Expect the new Gannett — the brand that will survive that chain's acquisition by GateHouse Media …
Matt Bonesteel / Washington Post:
The Sun takes down a story after Coleen Rooney, wife to soccer star Wayne, says she posted fake Instagram Stories and limited access to find out who was leaking  —  As the wife of one of the world's most famous soccer players, and especially the wife of a famous English soccer player …
Washington Post:
DIA intelligence analyst is charged with leaking classified info to 2 journalists, allegedly to advance the career of one with whom he was romantically involved  —  A counter-terrorism analyst for the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency has been charged with leaking top secret details …
Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
How the Washington Free Beacon, the Federalist, and Fox News weaponized a story about Elizabeth Warren that was based on narrow facts and lacking context  —  A news report can be narrowly factual, and still plenty unfair.  —  And so it was with a “revelation” regarding one element …
Lauren Strapagiel / BuzzFeed News:
Blizzard is facing an intense backlash after banning a player over Hong Kong pro-democracy comments, with some fans boycotting its games  —  Players are boycotting games like World of Warcraft, Overwatch, and Hearthstone after a user was punished for supporting pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong during a tournament.
Donald A. Promnitz / The Business Journal:
The Fresno Bee will end print publication of its Saturday edition starting Jan. 11, joining several other McClatchy papers that have stopped Saturday editions  —  The Fresno Bee will no longer be publishing the Saturday edition of its paper.  —  According to a statement from Tim Ritchey …
Discussion: Fresno Bee and MediaPost
Nicole Sperling / New York Times:
Behind Amazon's abrupt change in movie strategy, shifting from Hollywood-friendly big theatrical releases to small-screen viewing  —  LOS ANGELES — “The Aeronauts,” an adventure film about swashbuckling 19th-century hot-air balloonists, was built for the big screen.
Jeremy Barr / Hollywood Reporter:
Fox News says former Congressman Trey Gowdy has “been terminated and is no longer a contributor”, as he joins Trump's legal team as an outside counsel  —  The network hired the former congressman at the beginning of the year.  —  As a former high-profile member of the House of Representatives …
Savannah Jacobson / Columbia Journalism Review:
How Jerry Zremski, Washington bureau chief for The Buffalo News, used deep experience covering Rep. Chris Collins to break the story of Collins' insider trading  —  In June 2017, New York Representative Chris Collins—the first congressperson to endorse Trump—was at a picnic in the White House lawn …
 
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Stefan Nicola / Bloomberg:
How traditional broadcasters in Europe are turning to live content and gimmicks with “bonfire moments” to battle Netflix and other streaming platforms
Melynda Fuller / MediaPost:
Meredith debuts NSFW(ish), a weekly long-form newsletter focusing on sex, love, and relationships for millennial women with content taken from its brands
Sara Fischer / Axios:
The Chernin Group invested $50M in MeatEater, the hunting-focused company whose revenue grew 300% YoY from its podcasts, live events, and other businesses
Kaitlyn Tiffany / The Atlantic:
Newsletter platforms like Substack, which recently raised a $15.3M funding round, offer some writers a sustainable business model, but others see a bubble
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Jason Lynch / Adweek:
OpenAP, an alliance of Viacom, NBCUniversal, Univision, and Fox, rolls out OpenAP Market, which enables targeted video advertising across digital and linear TV
Discussion: MediaPost, AdExchanger and Ad Age
Charlotte Tobitt / Press Gazette:
European Commission makes a call for tenders to create the European Digital Media Observatory, the first core service of a platform to fight disinformation
Mike Allen / Axios:
Steve Hayes and Jonah Goldberg launch The Dispatch, a center-right digital media company with a site, newsletters, and podcasts, in partnership with Substack
Reuters:
South Park creators tweet mock apology to China: “We welcome the Chinese censors into our homes and into our hearts. We too love money more than freedom”