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4:35 AM ET, September 11, 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
Sopan Deb / New York Times:
Amid Irma, some question the value of TV reporters broadcasting in hurricanes; others say visuals are essential to persuade people to take threats seriously  —  Early Sunday morning, Bill Weir, a veteran CNN correspondent, was talking to the anchor Chris Cuomo in the middle of a live shot in Key Largo …
Karen K. Ho / Columbia Journalism Review:
Univision goes on lockdown ahead of Hurricane Irma  —  The Univision newsroom in Miami.  Courtesy photo.  —  As hurricanes pummel Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, many news organizations are struggling to keep their audiences up to date on a dizzying range of other stories.
Lucia Graves / The Guardian:
Continuing Wall Street Journal newsroom leaks show editors keep pushing reporters to moderate criticism of President Trump  —  Dozens have left the paper in the past year and interviews with current and ex-staffers show outrage over pressure from management to normalize Trump
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.”
Dylan Matthews / Vox:
Study uses a complex model to estimate Fox News boosted GOP vote share by 0.46 percentage points in 2000, 3.59 points in 2004, and 6.34 points in 2008  —  It could even be flipping elections.  —  Fox News is, by far, America's dominant TV news channel; in the second quarter of 2017 …
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
After settling with songwriters over mechanical rights, Spotify is now challenging the applicability of this copyright to its business in another lawsuit  —  Hold on tight: we're going to get down into the weeds a bit on a copyright issue.  In early 2016, we wrote about the …
Discussion: hypebot
Mike Shields / Business Insider:
After bringing in more than $500M in 2016, Vevo says it expects 130% growth this year and has locked in nearly $200M in upfront ad buys  —  - Vevo - the so-called Hulu for music videos - is seeing a surge in audience, thanks to artists like Taylor Swift.  — Since embracing a TV-like selling model …
Discussion: @albertfong98
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.
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
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
 
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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
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
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
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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
Discussion: @niemanlab
The Daily Beast:
Theoretically, how many people could Russians reach with $100K in Facebook ads? Up to 70M in the US, if smartly targeted
Shraddha Kakade / Poynter:
Examining the ethics of an Indian journalist's undercover interview of a soldier, who was found dead six days after the publication of the story
Discussion: @nujournalism