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11:12 PM ET, January 10, 2018

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Moira Donegan / The Cut:
Creator of Shitty Media Men list tells why she started it, how her fear rose when contacted by a writer for Harper's, and what she hopes the list accomplished  —  In October, I created a Google spreadsheet called “Shitty Media Men” that collected a range of rumors and allegations of sexual misconduct …
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Jaclyn Peiser / New York Times:
Katie Roiphe, writer of a planned Harper's story that discusses the Shitty Media Men list, says she is not outing anyone and won't name a creator of the list  —  It started with a tweet on Tuesday afternoon.  By the next morning, five writers were said to have pulled stories planned …
John Bonazzo / The New York Observer:
After a leak that Harper's might name the Shitty Media Men list creator, writers threatened to hold stories and people claimed credit in a Spartacus-like tactic  —  The media world has been rocked by numerous sexual harassment scandals over the last few months, and many of the stories originated with the “Shitty Media Men” spreadsheet.
Clio Chang / Splinter:
As rumors fly that Harper's Magazine plans a story on woman who started the Shitty Media Men list, people warn naming the creator could put her in danger
Natalie Jarvey / Hollywood Reporter:
YouTube says it is putting original projects with Logan Paul on hold and removes him from Google Preferred ad program after his video showing suicide victim  —  The video platform says it will not feature Paul in the fourth season of YouTube Red original comedy ‘Foursome.’
David Folkenflik / NPR:
Sources: James Rosen's December exit from Fox News followed increased scrutiny of his behavior; ex-colleagues say he made aggressive advances toward colleagues  —  On the Friday before Christmas, Fox News confirmed that its chief Washington correspondent, James Rosen, had left the network.
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
Washington Post suspends reporter Joel Achenbach for 90 days with no pay for “inappropriate workplace conduct” involving female colleagues; Achenbach apologizes  —  The Washington Post suspended reporter Joel Achenbach on Wednesday for what it called “inappropriate workplace conduct” …
Jordan Fabian / The Hill:
Speaking before a Cabinet meeting, Trump said American libel laws were a “sham and a disgrace” and vowed to take a “very, very strong look” at them  —  President Trump  —  said Wednesday he will take a “strong look” at the nation's libel laws following the publication …
Kurt Wagner / Recode:
Facebook tests local news feature called Today In across six US cities, combining human curation and AI to surface news, events, and announcements in its app  —  Facebook is vetting local publishers that appear in this section.  —  Facebook wants to make it easier for people to find local news from vetted sources.
Marisa Guthrie / Hollywood Reporter:
A profile of Ronan Farrow, one of the reporters who helped break the Weinstein story and whom sources say is close to signing a multiyear deal with HBO  —  A child of entertainment royalty and an early witness to “power used for ill,” the son of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow opens up about helping bring …
Gene Maddaus / Variety:
Netflix, Amazon, and major studios sue Dragon Box, alleging it facilitates piracy with its $350 streaming box that offers easy access to illegal movies and TV  —  Netflix and Amazon joined with the major studios on Wednesday in a lawsuit against Dragon Box, as the studios continue their crackdown on streaming devices.
Discussion: Hollywood Reporter
Christine Schmidt / Nieman Lab:
Profile of Orb Media, a nonprofit that focuses on international stories for diverse audiences, which publishes stories with global partners  —  “These commons — the air, the water, the soil, our food, our health — these are things we share, and they are deeply linked across countries.
E. Tammy Kim / New Yorker:
A look at how Scripto, a collaborative writing app conceived in 2010 by Stephen Colbert and a staffer is now serving a host of news comedy shows  —  Two months ago, a group of reporters and comedy writers crowded into a conference room in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, to begin work on a new HBO show hosted …
 
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New York Times:
The New York Times appoints New York Magazine writer Jada Yuan as its 52 Places correspondent, after receiving 13K+ applications for the role
Ricardo Bilton / Nieman Lab:
The New Yorker is looking at how it can develop new news and culture products aimed at readers in the UK, Australia, and Canada
Discussion: @johngotty and @niemanlab
Mark Sweney / The Guardian:
The Sun, one of the UK's biggest tabloid newspapers, had a loss of £24M in 2017, due to a tough print ad market and mounting costs from phone hacking scandal
Discussion: The Drum
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Ricardo Lopez / Variety:
The New York Times cancels its TimesTalk event with actor James Franco, citing recent allegations of sexual misconduct made against the actor on social media
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
Weekly magazine Sports Illustrated will publish bi-weekly beginning Friday, but will include more long-form stories, more photos, and higher quality paper
Discussion: Canadian Magazines
Pete Madden / ABC News:
Michael Cohen, Trump's personal attorney, files defamation lawsuits against BuzzFeed and Fusion GPS over mentions of Cohen in Steele dossier