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4:55 PM ET, November 26, 2016

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Loren Grush / The Verge:
RCN, CNN's regional partner in Boston, says it can find no evidence porn was aired; story was based on a series of tweets which news orgs failed to fact-check  —  Last night, a twitter account by the name of @solikearose tweeted out a surprising image of CNN broadcasting porn instead …
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Mathew Ingram / Fortune:
One group WaPo cited in its Russian propaganda story is associated with Cold War proponents; the second group appears to have launched only recently  —  One of the themes that has emerged during the controversy over “fake news” and its role in the election of Donald Trump is the idea …
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Nic Dawes / Columbia Journalism Review:
Advice for US media on dealing with a new political reality, from Human Rights Watch's head of media Nic Dawes, who formerly worked as an editor in India  —  Photo via National Park Service Digital Image Archives  —  Dear friends in American journalism,  —  Ordinarily, it is you who offer …
Dan Goodin / Ars Technica:
Google has been warning prominent journalists and professors that their accounts are under attack from “government-backed attackers”  —  A flurry of social media reports suggests a major hacking campaign has been uncovered.  —  Google is warning prominent journalists and professors …
Matt Pressberg / The Wrap:
Report: Facebook's Q1-Q3 2016 US ad revenue exceeded Comcast's and Disney's ad sales, first time the social network's ad revenue overtook traditional media's  —  Facebook has become most Americans' main source for news, and it now brings in more U.S. ad revenue than the country's biggest media companies …
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Todd Spangler / Variety:
Verizon hires Steve Woolf, formerly global head of networks at AwesomenessTV, as head of programming for Go90  —  Steve Woolf, formerly global head of networks at AwesomenessTV, has joined Verizon's Go90 mobile-centric video group as head of programming.  —  At Verizon, Woolf will oversee …
Discussion: @stevewoolf
Amelia Tait / New Statesman:
Reddit CEO Huffman's decision to delete and alter comments on Trump thread amounts to censorship and has eroded the site's credibility with users  —  The ruling of a High Court judge to allow the body of a 14-year-old girl to be cryogenically preserved is another glance at a potential scientific utopia.
Sheera Frenkel / BuzzFeed:
How the rise of the Internet, Facebook, and fake news has fueled anti-Muslim sentiment in Myanmar  —  YANGON, Myanmar — The internet brought Donald Trump to Myanmar.  Or, at least that's how Shar Ya Wai first remembers hearing about the Republican president-elect.  —  “One day, nobody knew him.
Michael Tegos / Tech in Asia:
Streaming video service Hooq launches in Singapore with offline viewing, and Singtel partnership for data bundles, at a monthly fee of $6.20  —  Streaming video service Hooq is finally launching in Singapore, the company announced today.  The Singaporean startup is opening up its video streaming …
 
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Jane Martinson / The Guardian:
Daily Mail was the only newspaper besides FT not to put verdict of Jo Cox's murder trial, where a neo-Nazi was found guilty, on its front page
Freddy Mayhew / Press Gazette:
UK publisher Newsquest ask readers of its South London papers to write and post their own stories following editorial cuts and redundancies
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Charlie Hebdo to launch German edition December 1 with initial print run of 200K, available every Thursday for €4
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David Walker / PDNPulse:
Court dismisses photographer Carol Highsmith's federal copyright claims in $1B lawsuit against Getty; Getty and Highsmith settle remaining state law claims