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5:00 PM ET, September 11, 2018

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Variety:
“CBS This Morning” anchor Gayle King calls for CBS to release details of its investigation into sexual assault allegations against Moonves  —  “CBS This Morning” anchor Gayle King has called for CBS to release details of its investigation into sexual assault allegations against former chairman-CEO Leslie Moonves.
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Wall Street Journal:
Inside the corporate infighting that hampered CBS' ability to vet rumors about Les Moonves' behavior despite knowledge of accusation by some board members  —  CBS board members were aware for months that the company's chief was facing a claim of sexual assault and rumors of more
Sinéad Baker / Business Insider:
In SEC filing, CBS says it will do what it can to ensure the findings of its internal investigation into allegations against Les Moonves are not made public  —  - CBS Corporation's CEO and chairman, Les Moonves, resigned from the company on Sunday after a new wave of sexual harassment and assault claims.
Ian Millhiser / ThinkProgress:
ThinkProgress alleges censorship after its story on Kavanaugh's approach to abortion was deemed “false” by the Weekly Standard, a Facebook fact-checking partner  —  Last year, Facebook announced that it would partner with The Weekly Standard, a conservative magazine, to “fact check” …
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Todd Spangler / Variety:
Bustle owner Bryan Goldberg has hired Amanda Hale, former chief revenue officer of The Outline, as publisher of the relaunched Gawker, likely coming early 2019  —  Amanda Hale hired as publisher for new iteration of the media and gossip blog  —  Gawker will rise from the ashes in a new iteration …
The Guardian:
The Guardian hires six audio journalists for its first ever daily news podcast, launching late 2018 and hosted by joint Political Editor Anushka Asthana  —  The Guardian announces today that political editor Anushka Asthana will become the host of its first ever daily news and current affairs podcast.
Dorothy Musariri / Press Gazette:
BBC Director-General Tony Hall says the corporation will cut some of its “less used” content to focus on services including news and sport  —  The BBC will cut production of its online content that is “less used by the public” to concentrate on “standout” services such as BBC News and BBC Sport.
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Melissa Rafferty / KAJ-TV:
Staff at Missoula's weekly independent newspaper, Missoula Independent, have been told the paper is being shut down by Lee Enterprises as of September 11  —  MISSOULA - The presses shuttered to a halt Tuesday morning at Missoula's weekly independent newspaper.
Lauren Williams / Vox:
Vox adds new vertical, The Goods, which will report on consumer culture and trends in buying  —  A note from Vox's Editor-in-Chief introducing a new section devoted to the things we buy and why we buy them.  —  Presented by  —  If you want to understand a culture, take a look at how its people spend their money.
Dana Wollman / Engadget:
Dana Wollman announces she's Engadget's new Editor-in-Chief, says the site has “some things in the works”  —  Hello again.  Allow me to reintroduce myself: I am Dana Wollman, once Engadget's resident laptop reviewer, later managing and executive editor, and now editor in chief.
A.J. Katz / TVNewser:
CNN's Chief National Security Correspondent Jim Sciutto is named co-anchor of the network's morning news show, CNN Newsroom, alongside Poppy Harlow  —  Poppy Harlow is getting a new on-air partner for the weekday edition of CNN Newsroom, and his name is Jim Sciutto.
Daniel Funke / Poynter:
Facebook's CrowdTangle tests a feature that lets users report false stories; Politifact exec doubts that it's good strategy to rely on overextended journalists  —  Today Facebook expanded its effort to combat misinformation by testing a new feature on its audience analytics platform for journalists.
 
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Anousha Sakoui / Bloomberg:
Apple acquires global rights to two family focused films, the first acquisition by Apple's video division; unclear if they will have theatrical release
Nancy Barnes / Houston Chronicle:
Reporter Mike Ward resigns from The Houston Chronicle after the paper failed to verify the existence of several sources cited in his recent stories
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Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Hoodline, which analyses data to find and then write local news stories in 20 cities, raises $10M Series A to expand nationwide
Barney Thompson / Financial Times:
On Tuesday, a top EU court will decide if the EU's “right to be forgotten” regulations should apply worldwide and what type of information should be delisted
Christine Schmidt / Nieman Lab:
Pew: despite changes to News Feed, Facebook remains the dominant source of news for US adults, with two-thirds getting their news from social media
BuzzFeed News:
How WhatsApp's popularity in India has fundamentally changed communication norms, exacerbating misinformation sharing, as many only get news through the app