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9:35 AM ET, September 23, 2019


 Top News: 
Maureen Dowd / New York Times:
Interview with Bob Iger about his new memoir “The Ride of a Lifetime,” the Fox deal, pulling the plug on buying Twitter, running for President, and more  —  Hollywood's nicest C.E.O. on the great family dramas of Hollywood — and why he, too, is disturbed by Twitter.
New York Times:
How the story of a stabbing left an Italian journalist unemployed and put him at the center of a debate over the reach of Europe's “right to be forgotten” rule  —  The use of Europe's ‘right to be forgotten’ privacy law has broadened, illustrated by two Italian brothers, a stabbing and the journalist who wrote about them.
Jessica Davies / Digiday:
How Vice Media is streamlining its sprawling international teams, with tools like a common editorial calendar as well as restructuring its leadership team  —  Vice Media has revealed a major global restructure which will see the publisher's international digital teams work more cohesively and under a single …
Discussion: Wall Street Journal
Chris Welch / The Verge:
TiVo confirms it is planning to place pre-roll video ads before DVR recordings for all customers, even those with a lifetime subscription plan  —  Rolling out to TiVo's current devices over the next 90 days  —  So much for it being an early, experimental test.
Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
A look at the SPJ's six-month effort to understand the citizens of Casper, WY, where trust in news sources is among the lowest in the US  —  Rod Hicks has spent 30 years as a journalist in seven newsrooms across the country.  He's been a reporter at the Anniston Star in Alabama …
Discussion: Poynter and @sulliview
Terry Gross / NPR:
Interview with NBC's Andrea Mitchell, who is receiving a lifetime achievement Emmy on Sept. 24, on covering Reagan, Clinton, and the current administration  —  Toggle more options  —  Mitchell, the chief foreign affairs correspondent for NBC News and anchor of her own MSNBC show, looks back on her career in journalism.
Ben Judah / The Atlantic:
Profile of Carole Cadwalladr, the UK reporter known for exposing Cambridge Analytica, whose activism and methods have prompted criticism from fellow journalists  —  LONDON—Carole Cadwalladr is different from the stereotypical British journalist.  She is earnest where many are regarded as cynical.
Charlotte Tobitt / Press Gazette:
Ofcom survey of 38,331 UK TV industry employees: TV newsrooms have the lowest proportions of non-white and disabled staff compared to other TV industry sectors  —  TV newsrooms have the lowest proportions of non-white and disabled staff compared to other sectors in the TV industry, according to Ofcom research.
Irin Carmon / The Cut:
Bloomberg and Charlie Rose sued by Rose's longtime makeup artist, who describes the Bloomberg studio where Rose recorded his show as “a sexual hunting ground”  —  Gina Riggi, a longtime makeup artist for Charlie Rose, who worked with the talk-show host for 22 years on his eponymous PBS show …
Discussion: USA Today
Freddy Mayhew / Press Gazette:
Malta launches an independent public inquiry into the murder of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, nearly two years after her death  —  The Maltese government has launched an independent public inquiry into the murder of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, nearly two years after her death.
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Charlotte Tobitt / Press Gazette:
UK regulator IPSO exempts overseas content published by UK-based news websites, with newsrooms in other countries, from complying with IPSO guidelines
Discussion: @davidleighx
William Davies / The Guardian:
Contrary to hype around big data, the explosion of available information amid eroding trust in media makes it harder, not easier, to achieve consensus on truth
Camilla Hodgson / Financial Times:
A look at the Internet Archive, whose ~330B page repository is helping fact checkers identify false information; ~650 orgs have paid to set up their own crawler
Jeremy Barr / Hollywood Reporter:
Q&A with Alisyn Camerota about her former employer Fox News' connection to the Trump presidency, how different working at CNN is to working at Fox News, more
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Patrick Flanary / Quartz:
How Neil Young's reluctance to embrace streaming doomed his company PonoMusic, even as the company helped the industry to adapt high-resolution music