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1:00 AM ET, January 8, 2018

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Under political and financial pressure, Breitbart's Steve Bannon issues an apology, tries to reverse statements about Donald Trump Jr. in Michael Wolff's book  —  WASHINGTON — Isolated from his political allies and cut off from his financial patrons, Stephen K. Bannon …
Mark Di Stefano / BuzzFeed:
BBC's China Editor Carrie Gracie resigns over gender pay gap, accuses managers of breaking equality law, says she'll return to BBC TV newsroom  —  In an explosive letter addressed to licence fee payers, which was leaked to BuzzFeed News, Carrie Gracie claimed the BBC was “breaking equality law”.
David McKie / The Guardian:
Peter Preston, Guardian editor from 1975 to 1995, dies aged 79  —  Guardian editor who during 20 years in the role played a decisive part in shaping the paper's future  —  Peter Preston, editor of this newspaper for almost 20 years from 1975 - then the longest service of any editor since CP Scott …
Roger McNamee / Washington Monthly:
Facebook and Google's influence on the US election and Brexit calls for regulations for more transparency, letting users own their data and social graphs, more  —  An early investor explains why the social media platform's business model is such a threat—and what to do about it.
John Ourand / Sports Business Daily:
ESPN has fired Donovan McNabb and Eric Davis after an investigation into accusations of sexual misconduct while employed at NFL Network  —  ESPN cut ties with Donovan McNabb and Eric Davis following a monthlong investigation into allegations of sexual harassment at another network.
Ross Benes / Digiday:
Purch, a publisher that owns sites such as Tom's Guide, Top Ten Reviews, Live Science, makes ~$120M a year in revenue, with ~$24M coming from licensing ad tech  —  With publishers realizing that they can no longer be wholly dependent on ads for their revenue, Purch is getting more serious …
Jared Brey / Columbia Journalism Review:
Mobile app Audm offers audio recordings of magazine articles, read by actors, for $6.99 per month, shares revenue with publications based on performance  —  The New York actor William Demeritt spent the better part of 2017 as William Shakespeare, portraying the poet in the US premier of Shakespeare in Love …
Cecilia D'Anastasio / Kotaku:
Amazon shutters its Anime Strike streaming service, launched in Jan. 2017 for $5/month for US Prime members, moves Anime Strike's curated catalog to Prime Video  —  After just a year, Amazon has gutted its hard-to-love anime service Anime Strike, rolling the dozens of anime shows …
Meg Dalton / Columbia Journalism Review:
A look at Louisville Public Media's investigation into preacher-turned-politician Danny Ray Johnson, who committed suicide after 2 of 5 planned podcast episodes  —  The story starts with a text message.  Late one night this past February, veteran reporter R.G. Dunlop received a cryptic message from a longtime trusted source.
 
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