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4:40 PM ET, December 7, 2016

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Nancy Gibbs / TIME:
TIME Magazine editor Nancy Gibbs on why Trump was chosen as Person of the Year, says he empowered a hidden electorate and framed tomorrow's political culture  —  This is the 90th time we have named the person who had the greatest influence, for better or worse, on the events of the year.
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Ryan Parker / Hollywood Reporter:
TIME says appearance of horns protruding from Trump's head on cover is unintentional, pointing to 35 other covers where the letter ‘M’ is partially obscured  —  “Horns.  They gave him horns.”  —  After the initial Time selection of Donald Trump for Person of the Year ricocheted …
Craig Silverman / BuzzFeed:
Ipsos survey: about 75% of US adults who remembered a particular fake headline believed it; nearly 33% recalled seeing at least one fake headline from election  —  Fake news headlines fool American adults about 75% of the time, according to a large-scale new survey conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs for BuzzFeed News.
Bloomberg:
Sources: Apple is in talks with movie studios to get earlier access to releases for iTunes, possibly as soon as two weeks after theater debut  —  Movie companies said discussing rentals 2 weeks after debut  —  Encryption technology said to be one concern in negotiations
Asma Khalid / NPR:
NPR's Asma Khalid on the difficulties of being a Muslim reporter covering the 2016 election, facing veiled threats and constant harassment  —  Sometime in early 2016 between a Trump rally in New Hampshire, where a burly man shouted something at me about being Muslim, and a series …
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Philip Pullella / Reuters:
In rare interview, Pope Francis warns the press against being obsessed with scandal and says spreading disinformation is the greatest harm the media could do  —  Media that focus on scandals and spread fake news to smear politicians risk becoming like people who have a morbid fascination with excrement …
New York Times:
Sources: Trump fired Michael G. Flynn Jr., the son of senior security adviser Michael Flynn, for using Twitter to promote fake news related to Pizzagate  —  WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald J. Trump on Tuesday fired one of his transition team's staff members, Michael G. Flynn …
Jon Lafayette / Broadcasting & Cable:
Turner signs a new, expanded deal with Snapchat, will work on the development of original shows together; Bleacher Report will launch a Discover channel in US  —  Agreement covers additional Turner content and collaboration on advertising  —  Turner Broadcasting said it signed a new …
Discussion: Adweek, Fortune, Ad Age and SocialTimes
Nathan McAlone / Business Insider:
YouTube has paid over $1B to the music industry in the last year, from advertising alone  —  In the last year, YouTube has paid out over $1 billion to the music industry from advertising alone, the company revealed on Tuesday.  —  Bolstered by music subscription revenue …
Michael J. Socolow / Columbia Journalism Review:
On the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, a look at how the event was initially reported shows little has changed in terms of mistakes made covering major events  —  Nobody knew anything at first.  The attack happened far out in the Pacific, on a small remote island.
Nick Baumann / The Huffington Post:
FBI investigates joke about “destroying trump ballots” made on Twitter by the Huffington Post's Nick Baumann  —  Seriously?  Seriously.  —  Senior Enterprise Editor, The Huffington Post  —  This is a story about how the FBI came to investigate a joke I tweeted about fake news.
Brian Morrissey / Digiday:
NBC News SVP of digital, Nick Ascheim, says Facebook has a civic responsibility to act on fake news, which has always existed but is now amplified  —  The use of Facebook to spread propaganda, distortions and disinformation should serve as a wake-up call to the platform …
Alex Hern / The Guardian:
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said he feels “complicated” about President-Elect Trump's use of the social network, says it has put a spotlight on the service  —  Jack Dorsey says he has mixed feelings about the president-elect's use of the social media service
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Ronn Blitzer / LawNewz:
Roughly 24 ex-CNN and Turner employees have filed a lawsuit against the network, alleging racial discrimination
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Lora Kolodny / TechCrunch:
Hacker News, the discussion site run by Y Combinator, is holding a Political Detox Week as an experiment, banning political content
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Oliver Darcy / Business Insider:
Weather Channel hits back at Breitbart for using its video to cast doubt on climate change in story promoted online by U.S. House committee
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Lydia Polgreen, editorial director of NYT Global, is named editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post, succeeding Arianna Huffington