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11:50 PM ET, January 15, 2019

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Campbell Brown / Facebook Media:
Facebook says it will invest $300M over the next three years to support local news in the US, and expand the Local News Subscriptions Accelerator globally  —  Last year, we worked to better understand what kind of news people want to see on Facebook.  We've also asked our partners …
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Oliver Darcy / @oliverdarcy:
Roku says it is removing two Infowars channels on its platform after criticism from users and a rebuke from some Sandy Hook families  —  InfoWars had previously been available on Roku, but it recently published an updated app, prompting tweets from users and a rebuke today from some Sandy Hook families suing Alex Jones. Both versions of the InfoWars app are being removed from Roku, spokesperson says.
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Janko Roettgers / Variety:
In statement regarding allowing Infowars on its platform, Roku says it does not censor based on viewpoint and it is not aware of Infowars violating its policies  —  Streaming device maker Roku faced a backlash Tuesday over its decision to carry a channel for Infowars, the controversial website …
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Nielsen: US homes receiving over-the-air broadcast channels without a traditional cable or satellite TV subscription increased 48% to 16M over the past 8 years  —  The number of U.S. households without a traditional cable or satellite TV subscription that instead receive broadcast stations using …
Discussion: Broadcasting & Cable and Fortune
Michael M. Grynbaum / New York Times:
After 15 years, Adam Moss will step down as editor of New York Magazine in March; his successor is expected to be named in the next few days  —  Adam Moss, whose visual savvy and ear for the zeitgeist made him one of the leading magazine editors of his generation, said on Tuesday that he would step …
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Daniel Reynolds / Advocate:
Memo: Grindr lays off the editorial and social teams of Into, its online LGBTQ magazine launched in August 2017, because the company wants to refocus on video  —  Into, Grindr's online LGBTQ publication, laid off its entire editorial staff and its corresponding social media team on Tuesday …
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Ken Doctor / Nieman Lab:
A look at the decline of Gannett over the past decade, its duty to maximize shareholder value, and possible paths forward as it considers MNG Enterprises' offer
Yashar Ali / HuffPost:
NBC News standards department initially told staff to avoid calling Rep. Steve King's comments about white supremacy “racist”, then revised standards  —  “It is ok to attribute to others as in ‘what many are calling racist,’” an email from the standards department reads in part.
Scott Tobias / The Ringer:
Dueling Netflix and Hulu documentaries on the failed Fyre Festival prompt ethics questions, including about paying the fest founder for an interview and footage  —  Netflix and Hulu are rolling out competing docs on the same scammer festival, and millennials have a ‘Deep Impact’ vs. ‘Armageddon’ to call their own.
Michael Liedtke / Associated Press:
Netflix raises prices for US subscribers by 13%-18%, its biggest hike ever, immediately affecting new subscribers, over next three months for existing customers  —  SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Netflix is raising its U.S. prices by 13 percent to 18 percent, its biggest increase since the company launched its streaming service 12 years ago.
 
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Jessica Davies / Digiday:
The Financial Times says its FT Secondary Schools program, which lifts the paywall for participants and was rolled out in 2017, now serves 2.3K schools globally
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Constance Grady / Vox:
Errors in Jill Abramson's new book, flagged by its subjects like Vice correspondents, happened because book publishers typically do not fact-check authors' work
Matthew Lee / Associated Press:
US Sec of State Mike Pompeo said he told Saudi Arabia's King and Crown Prince that they must hold Khashoggi's killers accountable, described Saudis as “friends”
Brian Stelter / CNN:
Former Ohio governor and GOP presidential candidate John Kasich joins CNN as a senior political commentator
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Cynthia Littleton / Variety:
NBCU CEO Steve Burke defends NBC News Chief Andy Lack, says it was his decision to hire Megyn Kelly and says Lauer was a “grenade we didn't know was a grenade”
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The New York Times says it plans to build custom Alexa skills for advertisers for six figures through its 175-person branded content studio
Tim Cushing / Techdirt:
Appeals court says that a local official violated the First Amendment by banning a user from commenting on a Facebook page she used for official communication
Jon Levine / The Wrap:
MailOnline Editor-in-Chief Noah Kotch has left to “pursue other opportunities”, just seven months after leaving his job running FoxNews.com
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Mark Armstrong / WordPress:
WordPress.com launches Newspack, a publishing platform aimed at small and medium-sized news outlets and backed by Google, ConsenSys, Lenfest, Knight, and others