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9:40 AM ET, November 14, 2019


 Top News: 
Sources: Apple is considering bundling News+, Apple TV+ and Apple Music as soon as 2020 to attract subscribers, meaning less money for News+ publishers  —  - Company keeps rights to bundle News+ service with TV+, Music  — Move may woo more subscribers, but lower publishers' News+ cut
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Apple Music launches Replay, letting subscribers look back at their favorite music in 2019, similar to Spotify's year-end review, Wrapped, but updated each week  —  Apple Music is taking on Spotify with the launch of a new feature, Apple Music Replay, that will allow subscribers to take a look back at their favorite music from 2019.
Agence France-Presse:
Turkish journalist Ahmet Altan rearrested following his prison release one week ago where he'd served three years over alleged links to 2016 coup  —  Detaining of Ahmet Altan, who denies alleged links to failed coup in 2016, called a ‘disgrace’  —  Turkish police have rearrested the journalist …
Discussion: New York Times and The Guardian
Ben Casselman / New York Times:
Interview with NYT reporter Ben Casselman, who says his landline phone is his most vital data journalism tool as the best stories emerge from talking to people  —  Ben Casselman, an economics reporter, uses a programming language called R and works with vast data sets.
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
McClatchy has retained advisers to explore options and has opened talks with the federal agency that manages insolvent pension funds; stock down ~14%  —  McClatchy reported a series of financial reverses Wednesday so severe that it may not be able to meet its obligations in 2020.
Sarah Ellison / Washington Post:
Interview with Tucker Carlson, who holds apparent favored status with the Murdochs, as his Fox show becomes particularly important amid the impeachment inquiry  —  At some point during his nightly prime-time show, Fox News host Tucker Carlson usually asks the same question: “What's really going on here?”
Lauren Feiner / CNBC:
Disney says Disney+ has seen 10M signups since launching on Tuesday  —  Disney's new streaming service has already seen 10 million sign-ups since launching Tuesday, the company announced Wednesday.  —  Disney's stock was up slightly on the news.  Netflix shares were down 1%.  —  This is breaking news.
Manish Singh / TechCrunch:
Sources: Disney plans to bring Disney+ to India in H2 2019 via its streaming platform Hotstar and to expand the offering to Malaysia, Indonesia, and others  —  Disney plans to bring its on-demand video streaming service to India and some Southeast Asian markets as soon as the second half of next year …
Daniel Roberts / Yahoo Finance:
Sources: Sports Illustrated will be published monthly starting in 2020, plus four special issues and the Swimsuit Issue for a total of 17 issues per year  —  Sports Illustrated was a weekly publication as recently as 2015.  In 2020 it will become a monthly, Yahoo Finance has learned.
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Netflix enters a multi-year deal with Nickelodeon, which will produce animated feature films and shows that will include existing characters and all-new IP  —  Netflix is taking on the Disney+ threat by partnering up with kids entertainment giant Nickelodeon, which will produce original content …
Emma Grey Ellis / Wired:
A look at how scientific experts debunk “lifestyle” misinformation and bad science on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube  —  A lot of the hacks and diets on social media are bogus, or even dangerous.  These fact-checkers are using YouTube and Instagram to battle bad info.
Michael Calderone / Politico:
The impeachment inquiry has sparked a podcast frenzy, with CNN, NBC, Vox, BuzzFeed, and others quickly rolling out shows to seize on the heightened interest  —  From left to right, listeners will experience the hearings from unique and sometimes outlandish perspectives.  —  President Donald Trump.
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Hanaa' Tameez / Nieman Lab:
Tribune Publishing has announced it will shut down Hoy, its Spanish-language weekly newspaper and website serving Chicago, on December 13
Dan Muse / Insider Pro:
IDG, owner of Computerworld, Infoworld, and more, launches Insider Pro, a subscription-supported tech news site; cost now is $99 for three months or $399/year
Discussion: IDG
David Maas / Nieman Lab:
German publisher DuMont is using a new metric called “priority visitors”, readers who visit at least five times a month, to increase retention and subscribers
Musa al-Gharbi / Columbia Journalism Review:
Analysis: NYT mentioned Trump every ~250 substantive words in 2017, or two to three times per story, higher than any modern US president during their first year
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Mark Di Stefano / BuzzFeed:
Sources: BBC News' business unit and China reporters weren't consulted about how the commercial unit's sponsored content deal with Huawei may affect coverage
Aliya Chaudhry / The Verge:
Privacy-focused open source browser Brave officially launches version 1.0, available on all major platforms
John McCarthy / The Drum:
UK broadcaster ITV unveils Planet V, its addressable TV advertising product, launching in February 2020
Discussion: Digiday
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
C-SPAN's assignment desk manager Jon Kelley, who covered Clinton's impeachment, talks about the channel's extensive preparations to cover the Trump impeachment