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10:00 PM ET, November 20, 2019

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Brian Stelter / CNN:
This week is a major turning point for daily newspapers in the US, with bankers deciding what will be defined as news, and who will be employed to report it  —  New York (CNN Business)Let's take a close look at what's happening at three of the biggest newspaper owners in the United States.
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Tribune Publishing Company:
Tribune Publishing says Alden Global Capital is now the company's largest shareholder, buying 25.2% of the company from Merrick Ventures and Michael Ferro Jr.
Scott Spencer / The Keyword:
Google announces new political ad rules, limits microtargeting to age, gender, and general location categories, will start enforcing them in UK within a week  —  We're proud that people around the world use Google to find relevant information about elections and that candidates use Google …
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Daisuke Wakabayashi / New York Times:
Google's limits on microtargeting of political ads for state and federal candidates shakes up ad plans and frustrates both Democrats and Republicans  —  The company said the ads would not be directed specifically to audiences based on their public voter records or political affiliations.
Danny Hakim / New York Times:
A lawyer for impeachment witness Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman has asked Fox News for a retraction of a guest's claim that Vindman was involved in espionage  —  A guest on the ‘Ingraham Angle,’ a Fox show, suggested that Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman, a key figure in the impeachment hearings, was guilty of spying.
Christine Schmidt / Nieman Lab:
The Chicago Reader, an alt-weekly, is moving to a nonprofit model in January under the umbrella of the newly-founded Reader Institute for Community Journalism  —  The Chicago Reader, like many alt-weeklies, has had a tough past few years.  Founded in 1971 during a boom time for alternative media …
Discussion: Chicago Reader and Daily Herald
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Nathaniel Popper / New York Times:
On-demand transcription service Rev faces backlash after contractors appealed to customers, including media companies, when their fee percentages were cut  —  Rev was just a small start-up offering online transcriptions.  Now it's the latest symbol of a gig-economy company whose workers are fed up.
Joe Pompeo / Vanity Fair:
Sources: new NYT guidance says “racist” can be used to describe an action or comments from politicians with permission from department and masthead leadership  —  Blackface?  Yes.  KKK?  Yes.  A comedian using anti-Asian jokes?  Yes.  Trump?  It depends—but be very, very careful.
 
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Chris Baynes / The Independent:
Police in Malta have arrested Yorgen Fenech, one of the country's most prominent businessmen, in connection with the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
Discussion: The Guardian and Fox News
Christine Schmidt / Nieman Lab:
The Shawnee Mission Post in northeast Kansas has grown to 2,650 paying subscribers with an annual run rate of ~$190K, two years after launching its paywall
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Jonathan Chait / New York Magazine:
Trump's antagonism toward Bezos, WaPo, and Amazon, followed by denial of a $10B cloud contract, should be a larger scandal than it has been treated so far
Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
During Tuesday's debate, UK's Conservative party renamed its main media Twitter account as “factcheckUK” and changed its logo to push anti-Labour material
Dieter Bohn / The Verge:
Google announces Your News Update, an Assistant-powered audio feature that chooses stories based on interests, location, and more, available first in the US
NBC News:
Emails show that a 2015 article, fed by Stephen Miller, ran in Breitbart with a “Breitbart News” byline at Miller's insistence, disguising opinion as editorial
Matt Novak / Gizmodo:
Facebook exec defends Breitbart on Facebook News, saying Breitbart is not being paid and balances out “far left” outlets, but it's unclear which ones she meant