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10:50 AM ET, December 31, 2018

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Los Angeles Times:
Malware attack on Tribune Publishing's network disrupts the printing and distribution of Saturday editions of LA Times, WSJ, NYT, and other papers  —  What first arose as a server outage was identified Saturday as a malware attack, which appears to have originated from outside the United States …
Jeremy Fuster / The Wrap:
Cable network Fuse says it is being dropped by Comcast after December 31; Fuse CEO says “Comcast is silencing yet another independent media company”  —  Cable network CEO Michael Schwimmer criticizes Comcast for “silencing yet another independent media company”
Joe Marusak / The Charlotte Observer:
Facebook apologizes to Franklin Graham for suspending his ability to post for 24 hours and taking down a 2016 post about an NC bathroom law, restores the post  —  Facebook is apologizing to evangelist Franklin Graham for banning him from posting on the site for 24 hours last week …
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
Disney Media Networks and Verizon reach a new carriage deal, avoiding a conflict that could have taken ESPN football games off the air for Fios customers  —  Walt Disney and Verizon have struck a new carriage agreement, avoiding a showdown that might have taken popular ESPN college-football games away …
Martin Pengelly / The Guardian:
Karen Attiah, Washington Post editor who oversaw Jamal Khashoggi's work, among journalists invited to press ceremonial button for Times Square NYE ball drop  —  Organizers invited journalists to press ceremonial button following year of worrying developments for press freedom
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Associated Press:
International Federation of Journalists: 94 journalists and media workers died in targeted killings, bomb attacks and crossfire this year, 12 more than in 2017  —  BRUSSELS (AP) — An international trade association says on-the-job slayings of journalists and news media staff rose again …
Discussion: Axios
Facebook:
Facebook responds to NYT report about its content moderation practices, says its policies are public and that it has about 15,000 content reviewers globally  —  Yesterday, The New York Times published an article about the way we moderate content on Facebook.
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Mark Zuckerberg:
Zuckerberg posts an overview of Facebook's efforts in 2018 to prevent harm on its services, like fighting hate speech and misinformation, adding ad transparency
Max Fisher / New York Times:
1400+ pages of leaked Facebook content rules show the company is censoring mainstream speech in some countries while extremist language flourishes in others
Abhimanyu Ghoshal / The Next Web:
Inside digital music piracy and sharing in the 2000s via P2P networks like Napster, LimeWire, Gnutella, as well as IRC and internet music service Audiogalaxy  —  A couple of decades ago - well before a $10 monthly fee would unlock access to virtually every song ever recorded through streaming services …
Ted Johnson / Variety:
Elizabeth Warren launches committee to explore 2020 presidential run with a video attacking Fox News, interspersing its hosts with Trump administration figures  —  WASHINGTON — Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) announced the formation of an exploratory committee to run for president in 2020 …
Discussion: CBS Los Angeles and The Week
Matt Apuzzo / New York Times:
NYT's Matt Apuzzo on the tech he uses as an investigative journalist and how Europeans trust governments more and private tech companies less than Americans  —  When the investigative journalist Matt Apuzzo moved from Washington to Brussels, he noticed that distrust had a different focus.
Peter Rubin / Wired:
Netflix debuts its first choose-your-own-storyline movie, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, developed over 18 months using Twine, a game writing tool  —  BY NEARLY ANY measure, Netflix has had a ridiculous year.  When all is said and done, the company will have spent upwards of $10 billion …
Washington Post:
How online hate and its long-term effects lingered for seven people in 2018, including a Parkland shooting survivor, a CNN journalist, and a track cyclist  —  It cost a school-shooting victim the safety of home.  —  It cost an athlete the joy of a victory.  —  It cost the family of a gay teen a battle with their community.
 
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Al Jazeera:
Following a Tunisian journalist's self-immolation, the journalists' union calls for a strike on January 14 to protest conditions of media workers in the country
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Wolfgang Spahr / Billboard:
German music channel Viva is shutting down on December 31 after 25 years; parent company Viacom wants to focus on MTV, Comedy Central, and Nickelodeon