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7:25 PM ET, September 11, 2015

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Google and Twitter are working together on an open source Instant Articles-like mobile publishing product, plans to launch this fall  —  Google and Twitter Team Up to Offer Their Own ‘Instant Articles’ — With a Twist  —  Google and Twitter are working together to help publishers show …
Joe Pompeo / Politico:
Colin Myler leaving the Daily News; Jim Rich to be new EIC  —  Colin Myler is resigning his post at the New York Daily News, where he has served as editor in chief since 2012.  He will be replaced by Jim Rich, his deputy, after leaving the paper later this year.
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Jim Romenesko:
Los Angeles Times publisher Tim Ryan to get $625,000 salary, $262,000 housing allowance  —  Tim Ryan, who was named publisher of the Los Angeles Times and San Diego Union-Tribune on Tuesday, will receive an annual base salary of $625,000, according to Tribune Publishing's 8-K SEC filing.  It adds:
Bloomberg Business:
Sources: Trump in talks to flip Miss Universe pageant to entertainment company WME/IMG after acquiring NBCUniversal's stake  —  Donald Trump Said in Talks to Flip Miss Universe to WME/IMG  —  Trump said Friday he bought NBCUniversal's stake in pageant  —  NBC refused to air Miss Universe after Trump's Mexico comments
Discussion: The Wrap
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CNNMoney:
Donald Trump buys NBC's half of Miss Universe pageant  —  Donald Trump took to social media on Friday to announce that he had just purchased NBC's half of the Miss Universe Organization, which puts on the telecast for the Miss USA pageant and Miss Universe.  —  “Now own 100% — stay tuned,” Trump tweeted.
Jeremy Barr / Politico:
Washington Post rebrands its video operation PostTV as Washington Post Video, drops its three daily news shows  —  The Washington Post rebrands its video operation  —  The Washington Post, on Thursday, formally re-launched its video operation as Washington Post Video, dropping its moniker since 2013, PostTV.
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Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
In revamping its video strategy, The Washington Post steers clear of imitating TV  —  Settling on a sustainable strategy for online video has been notoriously difficult for publishers.  Efforts to produce live video shows have mostly sputtered.  —  The Washington Post is now betting on …
Natalie Jarvey / Hollywood Reporter:
Yahoo CMO Kathy Savitt leaves to become president of digital at independent studio STX Entertainment  —  Kathy Savitt Departs Yahoo to Lead Digital at STX Entertainment  —  One of Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's first hires, Savitt oversaw marketing and original content as CMO and head of media.
George Schroeder / USA Today:
ESPN begins including information on college sports betting, athletic administrators voice concern  —  ESPN's shifting line on college football betting information  —  In the fourth quarter of a blowout college football game last Friday night, the announcers threw the broadcast …
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
Politico reporter beat the embargo on Biden's appearance on Colbert's Late Show by joining show's audience and avoiding official press pool  —  Politico reporter enterprisingly busts Colbert-Biden embargo  —  Politico was brought into this world to break up the chummy ways of the Beltway media.
Catalina Albeanu / Journalism.co.uk:
Journalists with verified Facebook profiles can now use Mentions and Live tools  —  Verified users can stream live video and monitor discussions around particular topics using the Mentions app  —  Facebook extended access to its Mentions app today to all users with a verified profile on the platform …
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