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8:20 AM ET, October 26, 2018

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Brian Stelter / CNN:
Sources: Megyn Kelly and NBC News executives are negotiating the terms of her departure, and she won't return to her morning show  —  New York (CNN Business)Megyn Kelly and NBC News executives are negotiating the terms of her departure from the news division.
Wall Street Journal:
Interviews with 70+ current and former Netflix employees tell of a culture of candor and transparency that some find ruthless, demoralizing, and dysfunctional  —  Buzzwords and anxiety fill the hallways as Hollywood giant tries to maintain a winning culture amid breakneck growth; ‘sunshining’ the ‘N-word’ scandal
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Sara Salinas / CNBC:
Snap reports Q3 revenue of $298M, vs. $283M estimated, up 43% YoY, and DAUs of 186M, vs. 186.1M estimated, up 5% YoY but down 1% QoQ  —  - Wall Street was keeping a close eye on active user numbers for Snap's namesake photo-sharing app, Snapchat, as global social media use plateaus.
Jack Nicas / New York Times:
A look at how Apple combines algorithms and roughly 30 journalists to curate Apple News, which is read regularly by 90M people, and its plans for the app  —  Many of Apple's employees moved into a glistening new $5 billion glass headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., this year.
Georgina Ustik / The Next Web:
Profile of Jane Wong, an engineering student from Hong Kong who regularly uncovers scoops about Instagram, Google, and others, like Facebook's dating feature  —  You see it all the time — Facebook's latest feature leaks to the public, and everyone knows about it before Zuckerberg has said a word.
Discussion: @wongmjane, @wongmjane and Fortune
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Sources: Facebook is working on a new TikTok-like music app to let users record and share videos of themselves lip-syncing or dancing to popular songs  —  Josh Constine @JoshConstine / 8 hours  —  Facebook is working on a new app that it hopes could win back the attention of teens …
Scott Berson / miamiherald:
Tim Grieve, vice president of news at McClatchy, is leaving the company after the midterm elections to launch a new media venture  —  Tim Grieve, Vice President of News for McClatchy, announced Friday that he would step down from his position following the midterm elections on Nov. 7.
Discussion: @timgrieve
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Daniel Funke / Poynter:
Facebook now lets fact checkers rate headlines separately from stories after a controversy over a fact check by The Weekly Standard of a ThinkProgress story  —  As of this week, fact-checking outlets working with Facebook can debunk and slow the spread of headlines that are false …
Avi Selk / Washington Post:
Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade says he inadvertently donated ~$600 to Trump's 2020 campaign by buying some Christmas ornaments after the 2016 election  —  The Hill has discovered that Brian Kilmeade, who co-hosts President Trump's favorite morning program, “Fox & Friends,” …
Benjamin Mullin / Wall Street Journal:
Scroll, which plans to sell bundled ad-free news stories, has raised $7M ahead of a planned launch in Q1 2019, and adds BuzzFeed, Vox Media, and Daily Beast  —  Startup, which aims to sell ad-free news bundles, raised $7 million in new funding  —  Scroll, a startup that aims to sell subscriptions …
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Kane Wu / Reuters:
Sources: China's Wanda Group seeks partial sale of its Hollywood film studio in push to reduce offshore holdings under pressure from Beijing
David Ignatius / Washington Post:
Jamal Khashoggi was an insistent, defiant journalist, part of an Arab journalism tradition with a long, brave history of martyrs for press freedom
Discussion: @radiokitty
Vox Media:
Vox names Ryan Pauley, SVP of business operations and strategy, as chief revenue officer
Corin Faife / BREAKER:
Investigation: 12 of 22 contacted crypto news sites agreed, upon request, to publish paid content without marking it as sponsored; prices were $240 to $4,500
Will Sommer / The Daily Beast:
Instagram removes a post by Milo Yiannopoulos that praised recent mail bombs sent to political figures and CNN after initially declining to take the post down
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Will Sommer / The Daily Beast:
Attorney for Breitbart News tells Sleeping Giants to preserve documents about the group's media contacts ahead of a potential lawsuit
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
The Washington Post announces plans to grow 14-person technology section through the addition of 11 new positions for reporters, editors, and videographers
Eric Bradner / CNN:
Trump condemns mail bombs without mentioning CNN or acknowledging the role his divisive comments play, while blaming the media for “false attacks and stories”
Michelle Castillo / CNBC:
Twitter beats estimates with Q3 revenue of $758M, up 29% YoY, with $650M in advertising revenue, but monthly usage drops to 326M MAUs, down 9M since Q2