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8:05 AM ET, December 10, 2019

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Craig Whitlock / Washington Post:
How WaPo published “The Afghanistan Papers”, which includes interviews with key figures critiquing the US war in Afghanistan, after years of legal battles  —  The path to The Afghanistan Papers started with Michael Flynn.  —  In the summer of 2016, as the retired Army general became renowned …
Brent Lang / Variety:
Atlanta Journal-Constitution demands disclaimer that the film “Richard Jewell” took dramatic license when portraying its late journalist as trading sex for tips  —  The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is asking Warner Bros. and the makers of “Richard Jewell” to release …
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Dominic Patten / Deadline:
Warner Bros. says AJC's claims of defamation in the film Richard Jewell are “baseless” and plans to defend against them, says the film already has a disclaimer  —  Warner Bros is more than willing to take on one of America's largest newspapers over claims that portion …
Aidan McLaughlin / Mediaite:
Longtime Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer, who currently co-hosts America's Newsroom in the morning, is taking over the 3PM slot previously held by Shepard Smith  —  Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer is taking over Shepard Smith's 3 p.m. slot at Fox News, Mediaite has learned.
Michael Potuck / 9to5Mac:
Report: since Apple debuted Intelligent Tracking Prevention, the cost for advertisers to reach Safari users has dropped 60%+, as such ads are less desirable  —  In the two years since Apple released Safari's Intelligent Tracking Prevention feature that keeps websites from tracking users around the web …
Sean Murray / TheJournal.ie:
Given video evidence, BBC and ITV journalists apologize for tweeting that a Labour activist had punched a Tory advisor based on info given by Tory sources  —  THERE WAS FURTHER controversy on the UK general election campaign trail this evening, after a claim on social media reported by a number …
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
CBS joins Open AP, the media alliance that gives advertisers a way to buy impressions from audience segments across media outlets owned by different companies  —  “Young Sheldon” leads CBS' Thursday-night schedule.  Soon it may help to lead advertisers to a new way of placing their commercials.
Max Willens / Digiday:
Complex opens an online store called Complex Shop, which will sell sneakers and other items from ~70 brands, as part of its latest revenue diversification plan  —  Complex started out as a buying guide for people interested in streetwear.  Its latest revenue diversification play returns to those roots.
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Daniel Trilling / The Guardian:
The Sun retracted a Jeremy Corbyn story on Saturday without acknowledgement or explanation, after readers found info sourced from far-right conspiracy theorists
Joanna Piacenza / Morning Consult:
Morning Consult: Fox News is the most-watched cable news channel in 299 of the USA's 436 congressional districts by a margin of at least 2 percentage points
Tess Bonn / The Hill:
Hill-HarrisX poll of 1,001 US voters: 53% say TV is their primary source for news, while 21% prefer the internet, 9% social media, 9% newspapers, and 6% radio
Hollywood Reporter:
Golden Globes: Netflix leads film and TV with 17 nominations in both categories; Apple gets three nominations for The Morning Show, including best drama series
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Meg James / Los Angeles Times:
One year after Les Moonves' exit, CBS TV stations in LA, Chicago, Dallas, and Miami also face claims of sexual harassment, age discrimination, and misogyny
Dannagal G. Young / Nieman Lab:
How mainstream media in the 1990s shaped liberal satire and conservative outrage programming, with the latter being more effective for political mobilization