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3:40 PM ET, October 11, 2016


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Sources: NBC's Billy Bush boasted in August to NBC staff that he had a “tape of Trump being a real dog”, prompting staffers at Access Hollywood to seek out tape  —  Billy Bush brazenly bragged to NBC staff about the vulgar Donald Trump tape while covering the Olympics in Rio, multiple sources tell Page Six.
Sammy Nickalls / Esquire:
Apprentice Producer Mark Burnett releases statement, says he does not have right to release Trump footage, did not threaten anyone with legal action over leaks  —  He also added that he “has consistently supported Democratic campaigns.”  —  Amid rumors that The Apprentice producer Mark …
Kate Stanhope / Hollywood Reporter:
Ex-Apprentice cast, crew accuse Trump of making sexist, racist comments while on the show, with female contestants forced to adhere to sexy dress code  —  THR spoke with several former contestants on ‘The Apprentice,’ as well as individuals who worked with Trump on the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants.
Kurt Andersen / Esquire:
Esquire revives Spy magazine online for last 30 days of presidential campaign  —  We need you.  —  Back in the late '80s and early '90s, SPY magazine pretty much had the American satirical-journalism field all to itself.  Then came the full-blown Internet, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert …
Krishnadev Calamur / The Atlantic:
The Atlantic names national correspondent Jeffrey Goldberg as editor in chief, overseeing editorial in print, digital, and video  —  Jeffrey Goldberg, a national correspondent for The Atlantic, is the new editor in chief of the 159-year-old magazine, Bob Cohn, The Atlantic's president, announced Monday.
Kara Swisher / Recode:
Fortune's “Term Sheet” columnist Dan Primack leaves for Politico founders Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen's new startup; the future of the newsletter is unclear  —  The high-profile columnist has been the go-to blog for VC news and insights.  —  Dan Primack, one of the best-known …
Sam Machkovech / Ars Technica:
FCC fines Comcast $2.3M for charging customers for services they didn't ask for, including premium channels, DVRs, more, in largest FCC fine of a cable operator  —  “It is basic that a cable bill include charges only for services and equipment ordered.”  —  The FCC announced a $2.3 million fine …
Mike Shields / Wall Street Journal:
Vox Media expected to launch travel site Meridian, fully funded by sponsor, Chase Sapphire Reserve; branded content now accounts for two-thirds of Vox's revenue  —  The new pop-up publication Meridian is being fully funded by the marketer  —  Vox Media on Tuesday is expected to launch Meridian …
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Al Jazeera English:
Pakistan journalist Cyril Almeida barred from leaving the country, after Dawn published his report on rift between civilian and military leaderships  —  Cyril Almeida “informed” he is on Exit Control List just days after his report suggested rumours of civil-military rift.
Ben Travers / IndieWire:
Review of Vice News Tonight debut: without an anchor to guide viewers, it's just a series of YouTube videos stitched together, with too many topics for one show  —  Vice's nightly news program promises “the first modern news show,” but its series premiere simply catered to short attention spans.
Matt Burgess / WIRED UK:
IMAX to launch first European VR Center at Odeon cinema in Manchester, installing a series of pods which will allow moviegoers to view VR content  —  VR experiences at the Manchester Printworks Odeon will take place in pods and cost between £8-10  —  The foyer of a Manchester cinema …
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