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2:10 PM ET, September 10, 2017

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Joseph Lawler / Washington Examiner:
Eric Bolling's 19-year-old son, Eric Chase Bolling, dies hours after Fox News announced it was parting ways with his father  —  The son of Eric Bolling, the former Fox News host released this week amid allegations of sexual harassment, died Friday night at the age of 19.
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Yashar Ali / HuffPost:
Fox News confirms it has parted ways with host Eric Bolling, after allegations he sent inappropriate texts, including photos of male genitalia to colleagues  —  The news comes a month after HuffPost reported he sent unsolicited lewd texts to female colleagues.
Stephen Battaglio / Los Angeles Times:
Fox Business anchor Charles Payne is returning to his program after the end of internal sexual harassment review  —  Charles Payne, shown on the air at the Fox Business Network studios in New York in April 2015, is returning to Fox Business.  (John Lamparski / Getty Images)
Cynthia Littleton / Variety:
Jeff Bezos mandates shift in programming at Amazon Studios toward high-end drama series with global appeal, like HBO's Game of Thrones  —  New series from Wong Kar-wai, Seth Rogen, Fred Armisen, Maya Rudolph reflect focus on buzzy shows with global appeal  —  The mandate from Jeff Bezos is clear: Bring me “Game of Thrones.”
The Daily Beast:
Theoretically, how many people could Russians reach with $100K in Facebook ads? Up to 70M in the US, if smartly targeted  —  Russian-funded covert propaganda posts on Facebook were likely seen by a minimum of 23 million people and might have reached as many as 70 million …
Jack Nicas / Wall Street Journal:
A look at the two Burning Man newspapers, the Black Rock Beacon and the BRC Weekly, and their ongoing rivalry  —  ‘Burnalists’ at the offline counterculture festival battle heat, dust, distractions—and competition.  —  BLACK ROCK CITY, Nev.—The Black Rock Beacon's morning news meeting started an hour late one day last week.
Suzanne Vranica / Wall Street Journal:
Ad-buying firms, like Publicis and Omnicom, are using an auditing service from analytics firm OpenSlate to make sure ads appear alongside safe YouTube content  —  Top ad-buying firms sign on for auditing services to make sure ads steer clear of controversial content
Mădălina Ciobanu / Journalism.co.uk:
Inside Chicago's City Bureau, a nonprofit that offers 10-week paid fellowships, a program to train locals in journalism, and free weekly workshops  —  The Chicago-based non-profit organisation collaborates with locals through fellowships, the ‘documenters’ programme, and its public newsroom
Ian Burrell / The Drum:
How the Financial Times is using its 200+ annual events in 44 countries to boost subscriptions and sponsorships, increase revenue, make news  —  The number of live events being staged across the world by the Financial Times is quite staggering.  —  Today it is hosting a renewable energy summit …
Andrew Wallenstein / Variety:
Spotify's bundle with Hulu highlights its earlier weakness in video and the potential for bigger TV brands to leverage Spotify's subscriber base  —  When Spotify and Hulu announced a joint effort this week to sell their streaming services at a combined discount rate to select markets …
Claire Cain Miller / New York Times:
Analysis of Getty's top-selling image for keyword “woman” from 2007-2017 shows move away from stereotypes towards “gritty” shots, driven by Lean In collections  —  In 2007, the top-selling image for the search term “woman” in Getty Image's library of stock photography …
 
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Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
Q&A with NYU professor Rodney Benson on his new paper, “Can foundations solve the journalism crisis?”, about the limitations of American nonprofit news sites
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Examining the ethics of an Indian journalist's undercover interview of a soldier, who died six days after the publication of a story
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As push notifications increase, publishers like Bustle, CNN, and The Guardian are increasingly encouraging readers to customize them
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Brooks Barnes / New York Times:
Profile of Rotten Tomatoes, which some blame for a 15% YoY downturn in summer movie ticket sales, examining editorial process, blowback from movie studios, more
Matt Stevens / New York Times:
CBS says Hillary Clinton will appear on Colbert's Late Show on 9/19 to promote her new book, What Happened, and talk about her 2016 campaign