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10:15 AM ET, September 17, 2018


 Top News: 
Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg / Wall Street Journal:
Meredith Corp. has agreed to sell Time magazine for $190M to Marc Benioff, co-founder of, and his wife, Lynne Benioff  —  Benioffs won't have day-to-day operational role at Time Magazine  —  Time magazine will have a new home.  —  Nearly eight months after Meredith Corp. MDP -.57% completed …
Peter Kafka / Recode:
After Time magazine's sale, questions remain about the future of Fortune, Money, and Sports Illustrated, which Meredith has been trying to sell for most of 2018  —  Marc Benioff paid a surprising $190 million for Time magazine.  Meredith hopes it can find other deep pockets for its other titles.
David Streitfeld / New York Times:
Marc Benioff says he won't get involved operationally in Time which will remain in New York, with Meredith remaining a key partner  —  While having a massage late Sunday, the West Coast-based tech billionaire discussed via text message why he was entering the East Coast-based media industry …
Danah Boyd / Data & Society:
How extremists exploit tech's respect of “free speech” and media's bias to cover “both sides” to amplify fringe messages and get into mainstream conversation  —  This is a crib of a talk that Data & Society Founder and President danah boyd gave at the Online News Association conference …
Christine Schmidt / Nieman Lab:
Knight Foundation and Lenfest Institute each put $10M into local news, supporting a local lab in Philly and growing Table Stakes program to up to 16 new regions  —  Boom, baby: After initially joining forces to boost Table Stakes — their project to boost the nation's metro newspapers …
Cynthia Littleton / Variety:
Tom Arnold, host of Viceland's “The Hunt for the Trump Tapes”, was involved in a physical altercation with Apprentice producer Mark Burnett  —  The tension between Tom Arnold and Mark Burnett boiled over into a physical altercation at Sunday's Evening Before Emmy party, a fundraiser for the Motion Picture Television Fund.
Paige Williams / New Yorker:
A profile of Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, including her public and private relationship with the press, and how she works with Trump  —  What does the press secretary believe in—other than defending the President's every word?  —  Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary …
Discussion: @jdawsey1 and @dandrezner
Christine Schmidt / Nieman Lab:
A look at Quartz's one-year-old Obsession, a daily email newsletter on topics like Mr. Rogers or CBD, serving as a news respite but speaking to the zeitgeist  —  If you're a trivia buff, you probably don't want to play against Jessanne Collins or Adam Pasick.
Sigal Samuel / The Atlantic:
How citizen journalists and scholars are using the internet to find Uighur internment and “reeducation” camps and expose the persecution of minorities in China  —  The country is using high-tech methods of repression, but even the simplest tech may be enough to expose it.
Hazel Sheffield / Columbia Journalism Review:
Profile of New Internationalist, a bi-monthly magazine in UK that raised ~$900K via a crowdfunding campaign and now has 3,467 co-owners  —  Photo courtesy of New Internationalist.  —  On a wet September evening in Shoreditch, East London, the editors of New Internationalist meet their magazine's new owners for the first time.
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Elizabeth Paton / New York Times:
While media groups have shuttered foreign titles, Condé Nast International, under Wolfgang Blau, has rolled out new editions of popular titles around the world
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Karolle Rabarison / Online Journalism Awards:
2018 Online Journalism Awards winners include The Washington Post, ProPublica, The Marshall Project, and Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting
Discussion: Poynter
Blake Montgomery / BuzzFeed News:
US-based K-pop fans create dummy Spotify accounts and share them with overseas fans to continuously play songs in order to try influence Billboard's metrics
Mitch Stoltz / Electronic Frontier Foundation:
EFF and Cyberlaw Clinic at Harvard Law School help eliminate “seven dirty words” restriction policy from .US domain name registrations, reinstating