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2:05 PM ET, November 20, 2017

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Laura McGann / Vox:
NYT suspends Glenn Thrush pending investigation after several women, including Vox reporter Laura McGann, allege he sexually harassed them  —  Several women told Vox about their experiences with the star reporter, and the Times has suspended him pending an investigation.
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Joe Concha / The Hill:
MSNBC says it is awaiting the outcome of the NYT's investigation into Glenn Thrush, a frequent network contributor, but notes he has no scheduled appearances  —  An MSNBC spokesperson tells The Hill the network will await the outcome of an investigation by The New York Times …
Discussion: The Wrap
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
The publisher of AL.com, which runs Alabama's three largest newspapers, stands by reporting and blasts back at legal threats from Roy Moore  —  After The Post published an investigative article documenting Roy Moore's pursuit of a 14-year-old girl in 1979, the Republican Senate candidate from Alabama pledged to sue the newspaper.
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Ashley Boucher / The Wrap:
Lenny Letter contributor Zinzi Clemmons has quit the newsletter after Lena Dunham defended Girls writer Murray Miller who has been accused of sexual assault  —  Writer Zinzi Clemmons quit contributing to Lena Dunham's newsletter “Lenny Letter” after the “Girls” creator faced harsh criticism …
Discussion: Mashable, Bustle and EW.com
Sherwin Chua / The Splice Newsroom:
Independent news startups in Singapore often struggle to cover costs as many advertisers shun them because of the perception that they are anti-establishment  —  Sherwin is a Singapore-based journalism lecturer and freelance journalist who bridges academia and industry.
Peter Kafka / Recode:
Sources: possible buyers for 51% of Rolling Stone include trade publisher Jay Penske, Bustle's Bryan Goldberg, and music exec Irving Azoff backed by James Dolan  —  In the mix: Trade publisher Jay Penske, Bustle CEO Bryan Goldberg and music executive Irving Azoff.
Discussion: Hit & Run, Forbes and @aweissman
Mark Sweney / The Guardian:
Mirror EIC says company will face deeper job cuts if it fails to close deal with Express and Star, warns of upcoming gender pay gap report worse than BBC report  —  Lloyd Embley says failure to buy Richard Desmond's papers would lose cost-savings and admits looming gender pay gap data could be ‘embarrassing’
Jenna McLaughlin / Foreign Policy:
A look back at coverage of WikiLeaks, Assange, and Guccifer 2.0 documents in Jared Kushner's New York Observer  —  The New York Observer, owned by Trump's son-in-law, was a friendly outlet for the 2016 Russian hackers.  —  In the fall of 2014, Julian Assange, the embattled head of WikiLeaks …
HuffPost:
Freelance photojournalist Alexei Wood, swept up in mass arrests at Trump inauguration protests earlier this year, faces criminal trial today  —  A photojournalist facing a criminal trial on several felony charges sounds like something that would happen in another country.
Discussion: @carpediem1969ui
 
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Crain's Chicago Business:
Crain's Chicago Business is shutting down its comments section, saying it does not have the resources to curtail comments from trolls, including hate speech
Tom Grater / Screen:
54-year-old British camera operator Mark Milsome killed while filming stunt for upcoming BBC and Netflix drama The Forgiving Earth; an investigation is underway
Discussion: Hollywood Reporter
Jeff Bercovici / Inc.com:
How Topix pivoted to pay platforms for traffic to its slideshows, quizzes, and other evergreen content, earning $5M on $36M in revenues in '16 with 29 employees
Callum Borchers / Washington Post:
The work of suspended VOA reporter Joshua Fatzick shows problematic story selection and misleading statements; review of his work will be part of internal probe
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April Glaser / Slate:
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which protects websites from liability for user posts, has enabled both website growth and hate speech
Katharine Viner / The Guardian:
Katharine Viner on the history of the Guardian and its mission for the future: collaborate with readers to empower them, diversify, offer fair reporting, more
New York Times:
With $600M stake in Meredith's offer to buy Time Inc., the Kochs inch closer to becoming media moguls
Discussion: @mccarthyryanj
Natalie Jarvey / Hollywood Reporter:
Interview with Funny or Die CEO Mike Farah on partnering with AMC, remaining independent, scale, and how most virality is driven by Facebook