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9:45 AM ET, September 6, 2017

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Mike Allen / Axios:
Source: Charlie Rose will be sitting down with Stephen Bannon at Breitbart's offices today for an interview which will be broadcast on 60 Minutes this Sunday  —  Good Wednesday morning.  A little bird tells me that Steve Bannon will be receiving a visitor today at the Breitbart Embassy, where he's keeping his hands on his weapons.
New York Times:
Sources describe fallout for the new CNN Investigates unit after retracting a Scaramucci story and firing three journalists: scope narrowed, KFILE team moved  —  Created with much fanfare, CNN's investigative unit was reshaped and its focus narrowed in the wake of a story that led to a retraction and an apology.
Todd Spangler / Variety:
E.W. Scripps' online news network Newsy to launch as a cable TV channel, after Scripps buys carriage contracts from RLTV  —  As traditional TV players keep hunting for new digital inroads, E.W. Scripps' online news network Newsy is going the other way — it's landing a spot on the cable TV dial.
Discussion: Multichannel News and TVNewser
Bloomberg:
Sources: Facebook offers labels “hundreds of millions of dollars” to cover infringing music in user-uploaded videos, as it improves copyright flagging tech  —  Would allow users to legally include songs in uploaded videos  —  Social network is challenging YouTube as hub for video on web
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
YouTube updates iOS app, letting users with 100+ subscribers live stream what's on their iPhone's screen, following Android version  —  YouTube today is rolling out several features to make itself more appealing to live streamers, including video game streamers, as the battle with rivals …
Tim Peterson / Marketing Land:
How media companies including Bustle, New Form Digital, and WeBuyGold are creating episodic series for Instagram Stories  —  Bustle, New Form Digital and WeBuyGold have started producing original programs for Facebook's other fledgling video service.  —  At the same time as Facebook …
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Roku launches its own channel for users of its streaming players, sticks, and TVs, offers ad-supported content, including movies from studios like Warner Bros.  —  Roku, a company capitalizing on the cord cutting trend to the tune of a $100 million IPO, is today launching its own channel …
Discussion: AdExchanger and Tubefilter
Lucinda Southern / Digiday:
Axel Springer's Upday news app now has 13M users, up from 8.5M in February, and now drives 4M visitors a day to nearly 3500 publishers  —  One key plank in Axel Springer's resistance to the duopoly: Upday, an 18-month-old pan-European news app that comes installed on Samsung phones.
Freddy Mayhew / Press Gazette:
The BBC has commissioned an audited report into its gender pay gap, which was revealed after it was forced to reveal the salaries of its top stars  —  The BBC has commissioned a report into the gender pay gap uncovered at the corporation after it was forced to reveal the salaries of its top-earning on-air talent earlier this year.
CNNMoney:
Interview with Clyde and Maggie Haberman, the New York Times' father-daughter combo, on making the front page together, covering Trump, Twitter journalism, more  —  Clyde Haberman has seen a lot in his 40 years writing for The New York Times, but he had never seen this.
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Tronc acquires outstanding interests of Daily News LP, owner of New York Daily News and NYDailyNews.com
 
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Richard Fausset / New York Times:
In the Southern US, a number of alternative magazines have emerged, from Scalawag to The Bitter Southerner
Seth Gecko / New Carlisle News:
Ohio photographer Andy Grimm of the New Carlisle News was shot by a cop at a traffic stop who may have mistaken Grimm's camera and tripod for a weapon
Annie Karni / Politico:
In his first post-White House job, Sean Spicer signs with Worldwide Speakers Group and will speak at a conference in NYC on September 11
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Sky News:
French court orders Closer magazine to pay €100K over topless pics of Duchess of Cambridge; magazine's owner and editor must pay €45K each in fines
Discussion: Associated Press
Tim Ingham / Music Business Worldwide:
Apple says it is ending its ten-year-old annual Apple Music Festival in the UK and will likely concentrate on one-off events and original content efforts
Elaine Ramirez / Nieman Lab:
Korean incubator Mediati houses up to six media startups at a time, providing each with up to $50K in seed funding in return for a 10-15% stake