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7:45 AM ET, November 21, 2017

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Washington Post:
Eight women who worked for or aspired to work with Charlie Rose on his eponymous show say he sexually harassed them with nudity, groping, and lewd calls  —  Eight women have told The Washington Post that longtime television host Charlie Rose made unwanted sexual advances toward them …
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Jeremy Barr / Hollywood Reporter:
Charlie Rose Suspended By CBS, PBS and Bloomberg Amid Sexual Misconduct Claims  —  The Washington Post spoke to eight women about Rose's conduct toward women who worked on his eponymous show.  —  In response to a Washington Post report detailing multiple accusations of inappropriate conduct …
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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CNBC:
DoJ files antitrust suit to block AT&T/DirecTV's $85B proposed acquisition of Time Warner, says merger would lessen competition, result in higher prices  —  The Department of Justice is suing to block AT&T's $85 billion deal to buy Time Warner, AT&T said in a release.
Emily Steel / New York Times:
As part of a settlement with a shareholder, 21st Century Fox is launching a panel to monitor the company's workplace culture  —  In the aftermath of the sexual harassment scandal at its Fox News division, 21st Century Fox has struck a settlement with a shareholder that is intended to overhaul the workplace culture at the network.
Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
The Financial Times has surpassed 700K digital subs and exceeded 900K paying readers in total for the first time, the highest in its 130-year history  —  The Financial Times claims to have exceeded 900,000 ‘paying readers’ for the first time.  —  The title has seen a surge …
Daniel Funke / Poynter:
Full Fact shows live fact checks alongside news articles from select sources; currently in beta, geared toward UK market  —  JOHANNESBURG — Fact-checkers wrote down their wildest dreams on post-it notes, sticking them to the glass wall of an airy 12th floor office at Wits University.
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: Washington Post, Bustle and Mashable
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  —  The editors of Crain's Chicago Business are pulling the plug on our website's comments section.  —  Since we launched ChicagoBusiness.com …
 
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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
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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
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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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