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4:50 PM ET, October 10, 2016


 Top News: 
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
NBC News waited for legal clearance before airing video of Donald Trump making lewd remarks about women, then got scooped by The Washington Post  —  NBC News was aware of video footage of Donald Trump making lewd and disparaging remarks about women for nearly four days, a network executive said Saturday …
Hadas Gold / Politico:
Leaked memo: Billy Bush suspended from Today show, pending internal review at NBC following 2005 video of him making lewd comments with Donald Trump  —  “Today” show host Billy Bush has been suspended from the show pending an “internal review” at the network in the wake of his part …
Julia Reinstein / BuzzFeed:
Source: the producer of The Apprentice, Mark Burnett, told staffers he will sue anyone who leaks unaired footage from the show  —  “The Apprentice” Under Pressure To Release Unaired Trump Footage  —  A powerful Hollywood ally of Donald Trump has threatened staffers who could release …
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
How a phone tip quickly led to David Fahrenthold's story about a 2005 video with lewd Trump comments about women  —  Reporter David Fahrenthold got a phone call around 11 a.m. Friday from a source with a tip about Donald Trump.  The source asked: Would Fahrenthold be interested in seeing some previously unaired video of Trump?
Kelsey Sutton / Politico:
For the first time ever, Foreign Policy endorses a presidential candidate: Hillary Clinton  —  For the first time in Foreign Policy's nearly 50-year history, it has endorsed a candidate for president: Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.  —  “In the nearly half century history of Foreign Policy …
Liz Spayd / New York Times:
Q&A with NYT political editor Carolyn Ryan, on how the Times decided to publish Trump's vulgar words from leaked 2005 video, which were used in print and online  —  Coverage of the leaked 2005 audio tape of Donald Trump speaking in lewd language about women has produced an onslaught of reader mail …
Edward C. Baig / USA Today:
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings says expansion into China “doesn't look good” in light of shut downs of Disney's and Apple's movie services in the country  —  Netflix CEO Reed Hastings insists, “We're not trying to predict the future we're trying to invent it.”  —  In the near term that future won't be in China.
Memo: Fusion Executive Editor Dodai Stewart is promoted to Editor-in-Chief; Alexis Madrigal now editor-at-large, will continue to exec produce Real Future show  —  Today FUSION named Dodai Stewart its new Editor-in-Chief as Alexis Madrigal returns to writing and producing in his new role as Editor-at-Large.
Eszter Zalan / EUobserver:
Hungary's largest daily paper, Nepszabadsag, closes prompting fears of government clampdown on media, but owner Mediaworks says it is revising business model  —  Hungary's largest daily newspaper was unexpectedly shut down on Saturday (8 October), fuelling concerns over a government crackdown on critical media.
Mădălina Ciobanu /
How an Italian media group uses Wochit, a platform for turning text-based stories into videos, to produce 250 local news videos every month  —  Gruppo Editorial L'Espresso has been using automation to make video production accessible to everyone in the newsroom  —  Is online video the future of news?
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