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9:10 AM ET, November 12, 2019


 Top News: 
Robby Soave / Reason:
Northwestern University's student newspaper The Daily Northwestern sparks backlash for editorial apologizing for its news reporting that offended some students  —  The Daily Northwestern is the student newspaper of Northwestern University, which is home to the Medill School of Journalism …
Financial Times:
The Financial Times names Roula Khalaf as its editor, succeeding Lionel Barber, who will step down at the beginning of 2020  —  12 November 2019: The Financial Times today announces the appointment of Roula Khalaf as editor.  She succeeds Lionel Barber, who has held the position since 2005 and will step down at the beginning of 2020.
CBS acting CEO Joe Ianniello to receive ~$100M severance in cash and equity and remain chief of CBS under a new contract after the Viacom-CBS merger closes  —  - Joe Ianniello to report to Viacom CEO once merger is completed  — He will reap tens of millions more in the months that follow
Barry Petchesky / New York Times:
Deadspin emphasized the importance of what happens off the field since its founding, and Great Hill Partners failed to realize that's what made it so valuable  —  Deadspin knew that sports doesn't happen in a vacuum.  —  Mr. Petchesky is the former deputy editor of Deadspin.
The Daily Beast:
Former National Enquirer EIC Dylan Howard proposed $1M+ in hidden payoffs to R. Kelly for docuseries cooperation, according to documents and an audio recording  —  American Media exec Dylan Howard proposed setting up a shell company to hide the payments for a TV series about the accused pedophile.
New York Times:
Sportsnet has fired veteran Hockey Night in Canada co-host Don Cherry after on-air comments that appeared to question the patriotism of immigrants  —  Cherry, who offered bombastic opinions on television for nearly 40 years, attacked the patriotism of immigrants in what appears to be his final show.
Alex Kantrowitz / BuzzFeed News:
Source: Twitter suggests it will allow political ads that spread awareness about issues like climate change, not ads mentioning a specific policy or candidate  —  Representatives from Twitter met with advertisers last week to discuss the specifics of what might be — and won't be — included in its ban on political advertising.
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Twitter shares draft of its new deepfakes policy for public input through Nov. 27, says it won't ban deepfakes but will label them and warn users before sharing  —  Twitter last month said it was introducing a new policy to help fight deepfakes and other “manipulated media” that involve photos …
Paul Sandle / Reuters:
Twitter says it is launching a new tool for the December UK election that lets users report deliberately misleading information about the voting process  —  LONDON (Reuters) - Twitter (TWTR.N) said it would make it easier to report misleading information about the voting process …
Kayleigh Barber / Digiday:
The Atlantic launches a new, subscriber-only app on iOS, which replaces its previous app; users can pay for it month to month  —  Two months after launching its digital subscription model, The Atlantic is launching a new subscriber-only app.  —  The new app, which will be 100% paywalled …
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Apple TV+ head of current programming Kim Rozenfeld departs days after Apple TV+ launch; development, current programming teams to be combined under single head
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Maxwell Tani / The Daily Beast:
Hearst Magazines staff say they plan to unionize with WGA East, with support from the vast majority of the 500+ editorial employees across 24 major properties
Julia Alexander / The Verge:
YouTube's updated ToS says it is under “no obligation” to host content and reinforces its right to terminate users it deems “no longer commercially viable”