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11:25 AM ET, December 9, 2019

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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  —  ‘Marriage Story,’ ‘The Irishman’ and ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ are among the top film nominees, while ‘Chernobyl,’ ‘The Crown’ and ‘Unbelievable’ lead the TV noms.
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  —  Jill Arrington was a star in TV sports.  Then, four years ago, the former NFL sideline reporter traded national exposure …
Javier Espinoza / Financial Times:
EU's regulators have sent detailed questionnaires to news publishers asking them to describe the scope, duration, and rationale of their data deals with Google  —  The European Commission has sent detailed questionnaires to news publishers as it tries to understand whether the way Google collects data …
Discussion: @javierespft
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  —  A new Hill-HarrisX poll found that TV is still the most widely used news platform among Americans, despite the rise of the internet and social media.
Jeff Beer / Fast Company:
Ride Home Media, which creates podcasts that present the day's news for a particular topic, including the Techmeme Ride Home, raises $1M from Tiny Capital  —  Back in the 1920s, when Time magazine founder Henry Luce and his partners were coming up with the concept for their new media venture …
Discussion: Crunchbase News and Medium
Jeremy Fuster / The Wrap:
Disney's record-breaking 2019 continues, as Frozen II helps it become the first ever studio to gross $10B globally at the box office in a single year  —  Disney's record-breaking 2019 continued this weekend, as it became the first studio ever to gross $10 billion at the global box office in a single year.
Discussion: Variety
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.
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  —  “Does satire have a liberal bias?  Sure.  Satire has a liberal psychological bias.  But the only person who can successfully harness the power of satire is the satirist.
Amanda Perelli / Business Insider:
Interview with Andrew Siwicki, on his career change from psychology to filmmaking, and his full-time job editing docuseries for YouTube star Shane Dawson  —  - Andrew Siwicki, 27, is a full-time YouTube video editor for Shane Dawson (23 million subscribers).
Discussion: @rohmontgomery
FiveThirtyEight:
Survey: people who watch Fox are much likelier to believe Ukraine interfered in the 2016 election and Russia didn't, compared to viewers of other news networks  —  The first phase of the impeachment process is over, and according to our impeachment tracker, public opinion on impeaching …
Patrick Shanley / Hollywood Reporter:
Popular Twitch streamer Dr Disrespect, who has 3.8M followers, inks TV deal with The Walking Dead creator's Skybound, a first such deal for a Twitch personality  —  The gaming content creator will develop a narrative scripted series based on his popular alter-ego character.
Rob Williams / MediaPost:
MPA five-year study of 135 magazines: since 2014, mobile rose from 21% to 37% of total magazine audience, print and desktop readership dropped from 61% to 44%  —  Publishers that want to survive into the next decade need to optimize their strategies for mobile devices — and keep pivoting to video.
David Bauder / Associated Press:
Michael Bloomberg says reporters at his company concerned about a ban on investigating him need to accept that their paychecks come with some restrictions  —  NEW YORK (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg says employees at his news organization need to accept restrictions …
 
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