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2:35 PM ET, November 26, 2017

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Indrani Sen / Quartz:
A NYT profile of a Nazi in Ohio failed to explain why the story exists or why the subject became a fascist activist, and thus the story became a puff piece  —  Criticizing the New York Times has become something of a national sport in recent years—whether it's over the ludicrous suggestion …
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Jeff Kao / Hacker Noon:
Analysis of FCC net neutrality comments finds over 1M pro-repeal were likely faked and 99% of organic comments were in favor of keeping rules  —  I used natural language processing techniques to analyze net neutrality comments submitted to the FCC from April-October 2017, and the results were disturbing.
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty:
Putin signs law that allows government to designate media outlets as “foreign agents”, imposing content labeling and detailed financial-reporting requirements  —  Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed legislation that empowers the government to designate media outlets receiving funding …
Louis Lucero II / New York Times:
Charlie Rose's journalism awards rescinded by Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and University of Kansas journalism school  —  Two journalism schools on Friday rescinded honors they had previously awarded to the news broadcaster Charlie Rose after allegations of sexual misconduct were leveled against him.
Kelsey Sutton / Mic:
Six sites, including Slate, Refinery29, Mic, end paid promotion partnerships with George Takei to share their content on Takei's Facebook page  —  Cracks are beginning to appear in George Takei's lucrative social media influencing platform as publishers distance themselves from the former Star Trek star …
Kevin Sieff / Washington Post:
How government owned Zimbabwe Herald is adjusting to newly found freedom to publish uncensored stories after the downfall of Robert Mugabe  —  Reporters and editors plan the daily coverage of the Zimbabwe Herald.  The state-owned newspaper was forced this month to cover the downfall of Robert Mugabe, whose rule it had long applauded.
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Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
Schibsted report: European millennials are concerned about how their online info is used but will give personal info for better targeted products and services  —  'Tis the season for trend reports.  —  The Scandinavian media giant Schibsted's annual trends report — part predictions …
Thuy Ong / The Verge:
Dish and CBS reach deal after Thanksgiving NFL blackout  —  Terms were undisclosed  —  For some satellite subscribers, a standoff between Dish and CBS over a carriage agreement meant no traditional NFL on Thanksgiving, an unforgivable slight to some.  But both companies have now reached …
Louise Matsakis / Motherboard:
Yandex, Russia's main search engine, now mostly uses state licensed sources for news after law made big news aggregators responsible for content they link to  —  Google said it would demote Russia Today and Sputnik, but the Russian government has tried to control what news appears on Yandex for years.
 
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David Beard / Poynter:
Profile of NOWCastSA, a news and information project at San Antonio's library that trains interns, teaches digital media literacy, and covers hyperlocal news
Sahil Patel / Digiday:
AJ+ looks to serialized content on YouTube to increase retention; average video view duration has increased by about 3 minutes in the last three months
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