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10:30 AM ET, September 10, 2018


 Top News: 
Ronan Farrow / New Yorker:
Six more women accuse CBS CEO Leslie Moonves of sexual harassment or assault in incidents that occurred between the 1980s and early 2000s  —  Members of the board of the CBS Corporation are negotiating with the company's chairman and C.E.O., Leslie Moonves, about his departure.
CBS Corporation:
Moonves out from CBS, $20M to be donated to #MeToo orgs out of his severance; COO Joseph Ianniello to become acting CEO; CBS and National Amusements to settle  —  Leslie Moonves Departs as Chairman and CEO; Joseph Ianniello, COO, Appointed President and Acting CEO
Wall Street Journal:
CBS-National Amusements deal replaces six CBS board members; NAI agrees it won't pursue a merger between CBS and Viacom for roughly two years  —  Company settles legal disputes with controlling shareholder National Amusements  —  CBS Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Leslie Moonves …
Cynthia Littleton / Variety:
Leslie Moonves denies sexual harassment claims and says he's “deeply saddened” to be leaving CBS  —  Leslie Moonves has cited “untrue allegations” about his behavior in his parting statement following his forced resignation on Sunday from CBS Corp., the company he has steered for nearly 25 years.
Jennifer Maas / The Wrap:
Memo: CBS interim CEO Joe Ianniello promises employees a “safe and positive” working environment as Les Moonves departs the company  —  Les Moonves' temporary successor, Joe Ianniello, sought to reassure CBS employees that the network is focused on creating a safe work environment, in a memo to staff Monday.
Meg James / Los Angeles Times:
Les Moonves leaves CBS without a severance package, pending probe, and $20M for #MeToo to be deducted from any eventual package; he had been set for $180M exit  —  Bowing to pressure brought on by a sexual harassment scandal, CBS Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Leslie Moonves resigned Sunday …
New York Times:
NYT Op-Ed Editor James Dao answers questions about anonymous op-ed on Trump: “senior administration official” is a broad category, writer's motives were weighed  —  The New York Times's Opinion desk published an Op-Ed by an anonymous senior official in the Trump administration on Wednesday.
Kali Hays / WWD:
Sources: Glamour Magazine could go all-digital as early as next year, as print and digital subscriptions fell 15% YoY to 8.6M  —  The 80-year-old magazine could cease its print format come next year.  —  ANOTHER ONE TO SWITCH?  It sounds like Glamour could be the next Condé Nast title set to say goodbye to print.
Discussion: Digiday
Nellie Andreeva / Deadline:
Apple wins its first Primetime Emmy award for Apple Music's Carpool Karaoke  —  Apple is getting a head start at the Emmys ahead of the launch of the scripted and documentary series slate of the new worldwide video programming division under Jamie Erlicht & Zack Van Amburg.
Discussion: MacRumors and 9to5Mac
Christopher A. Bail / New York Times:
Researcher, citing a study he co-authored, says that forcing Twitter users to encounter political views they disagree with can increase political polarization  —  On social media, encountering opposing views can make people become even more wedded to their own.  —  Mr. Bail is a sociologist.
Columbia Journalism Review:
Journalists have trouble covering the nationwide prison strike because info is limited to official accounts and prisoners' speech and access are curtailed  —  The Lee Correctional Institution.  Photo by Tim Dominick/The State Newspaper.  —  On a Monday in April, at Lee Correctional Facility …
Discussion: @raju
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