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12:10 PM ET, October 13, 2019


 Top News: 
Jeremy Barr / Hollywood Reporter:
Fox News says Shepard Smith is stepping down from his longtime role as chief news anchor and leaving the network  —  In a shocking turn of events that stunned the media industry, Fox News anchor Shepard Smith announced his departure from the network after more than 23 years.
Brian Stelter / CNN:
Source: Shepard Smith asked Fox News management in September to let him out of his contract; tensions with pro-Trump opinion shows were the breaking point  —  New York (CNN Buiness)Last month Shep Smith decided that he had simply had enough.  —  With President Trump actively distorting …
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
With Shepard Smith gone, Fox News will have less of a balance to point to when asked to defend its primetime excesses, but its bottom line will be just fine  —  Analysis: Fox News' stick-to-the-facts anchor didn't always please the faithful.  And that's how the network makes its money
Brian Fung / CNN:
Elizabeth Warren targets Facebook's ad policy of exempting ads by politicians from third-party fact-checking by running a Facebook ad with a clear falsehood  —  Zuckerberg says legal battles during a Warren presidency would ‘suck’  —  (CNN)A fresh series of Facebook ads this week …
Rich McHugh / Vanity Fair:
Ronan Farrow's producer recounts how NBC news chairman Andrew Lack and news president Noah Oppenheim personally intervened to shut down Weinstein investigation  —  Rich McHugh recounts how top NBC brass, including news chairman Andrew Lack and news president Noah Oppenheim, bowed to Harvey Weinstein to quash the truth.
The Daily Beast:
NBC News President Noah Oppenheim, who allegedly downplayed a rape allegation against Matt Lauer, also penned sexist columns in the Harvard Crimson 20 years ago
Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
NBC News president has visited seven news orgs to present a rebuttal to Farrow's contention that the network ordered him to stop reporting on Weinstein
Rachel Dodes / Wall Street Journal:
Companion podcasts like Chernobyl's allow networks to use their access to creators, writers, and actors to give behind-the-scenes insights and attract viewers  —  After fans gobbled up ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘Chernobyl’ podcasts, networks and streaming services have begun producing companion audio programs to boost TV viewer loyalty
Alex Kantrowitz / BuzzFeed News:
Oracle-funded report finds Google media grants tend to go to places where it faces pressure from the public; it has given $567M to 1,157 media projects  —  Over more than a decade, Google and foundations run by its leaders have given hundreds of millions of dollars to journalists …
BuzzFeed News:
Sources: in early 2018, Eddy Cue and Morgan Wandell, Apple's international TV lead, asked some Apple TV+ show creators to avoid portraying China in a poor light  —  We thought trade would bring Western values to China.  Instead, it brought Chinese values to Apple.
Columbia Journalism Review:
Joe Lockhart, WH press secretary for Clinton, on how the Clinton impeachment showed press is non-partisan, why media should air Trump with a delay to fact-check  —  Joe Lockhart was named White House press secretary three days before the House voted to impeach Bill Clinton in 1998.
Jessica Davies / Digiday:
After turning off its ad inventory on the open exchange post-GDPR, FT says private deals now account for 70% of overall programmatic revenue, up from 4% in 2017  —  While for many publishers, the General Data Protection Regulation represented an inconvenient, potential threat to programmatic ad revenues …
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Lesley Goldberg / Hollywood Reporter:
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Dave Jamieson / HuffPost:
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