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10:00 PM ET, September 24, 2019

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New York Times:
Vox Media has agreed to acquire New York Media, publisher of New York magazine and websites The Cut, Grub Street, Intelligencer, The Strategist, and Vulture  —  After more than 50 years of chronicling the highbrow, lowbrow, brilliant and despicable characters of the city whose name it took, New York Magazine has a new owner.
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Rebecca Sun / Hollywood Reporter:
New York Media signs with talent agency WME and launches a TV/film production initiative to develop its content
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Tim Baysinger / The Wrap:
Comscore settles with SEC on charges the firm and its ex-CEO made false statements, engaging in a fraudulent scheme to overstate revenue by ~$50M from 2014-2016  —  Comscore and its former CEO Serge Matta were charged Tuesday by the SEC with engaging in a fraudulent scheme to overstate revenue …
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Facebook says it doesn't fact-check politicians' speech or block their content, generally assuming it is newsworthy, even if it violates Facebook policies  —  Facebook confirms it won't fact-check politicians' speech or block their content if it's newsworthy even if it violates the site's hatespeech rules or other policies.
Leo Kelion / BBC:
EU's top court rules that Google does not have to apply “right to be forgotten” globally  —  The EU's top court has ruled that Google does not have to apply the right to be forgotten globally.  —  It means the firm only needs to remove links from its search results in Europe …
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A. G. Sulzberger / New York Times:
NYT's A.G. Sulzberger says the Trump administration was prepared to let Egypt arrest a NYT reporter, calls out Trump's anti-press rhetoric as a global threat
Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
Trump counts on right-wing and mainstream media to amplify his counterpunches amid a scandal, and plenty of outlets let him do it  —  We've been here before.  —  It's “lock her up” all over again.  It's “no collusion, no obstruction” all over again.  —  It's all the Trumpian greatest hits: witch hunt, corrupt media, deep state.
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James Fallows / The Atlantic:
Coverage of Trump's latest episode with Ukraine shows how major media outlets haven't learned anything from 2016 and their tendency to embrace false equivalence
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
The Spotify for Artists app on iOS and Android gets a big revamp with real-time listening stats, after Apple's artist dashboard exited beta last month  —  Spotify this morning is rolling out an updated version of its app for artists, across both iOS and Android.
Ruaridh Nicoll / The Guardian:
An Associated Press photographer in Haiti, Dieu-Nalio Chery, was wounded Monday when a Haitian senator fired a pistol amid a confrontation with protesters  —  Play Video  —  Two men including a photojournalist have been shot and injured by a Haitian senator who opened fire outside the country's parliament …
Tony Biasotti / Columbia Journalism Review:
California's new 35-articles-per-newspaper annual limit for freelancers is meant to protect staff writers by distinguishing between them and freelancers  —  California Assembly Bill 5, in its original language, seemed as though it could end freelance journalism in the state.
Alexandra Alter / New York Times:
As disinformation surges, trust in books is needed more than ever, but most publishers are unwilling to pay for fact checkers despite recent high-profile errors  —  In an era plagued by deep fakes and online disinformation campaigns, we still tend to trust what we read in books.  But should we?
 
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Spencer Hsu / Washington Post:
Judge dismissed suit by US freelance journalist Bilal Abdul Kareem challenging his alleged placement on a US drone “kill list” in Syria; US cited state secrets
Freddy Mayhew / Press Gazette:
Reach, the UK's largest news publisher, becomes the twelfth sponsor of the Journalism Diversity Fund, joining Reuters, FT, Google, and others
David Kohl / Ad Age:
Marketers and advertisers need to support trusted, professional news media and withdraw ad dollars from platforms that enable the spread of misinformation
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Meagan Simpson / BetaKit:
Kik says it is shutting down its messaging app and will reduce its headcount to 19 people, amid its heated legal battle with the SEC over its ICO
Katelyn Polantz / CNN:
FBI arrested a US Army soldier after he allegedly discussed bombing a major news network; sources: he had discussed targeting CNN with a vehicle bomb
Travis Clark / Business Insider:
Emmys ratings downturn continues, falling 32% from last year's Monday broadcast to 6.9M viewers, amid lack of host and schedule clash with Sunday Night Football