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10:30 AM ET, December 19, 2019

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Megan Graham / CNBC:
Ad tech companies Rubicon Project and Telaria have merged, creating a major independent sell-side ad platform  —  - Public ad tech companies Telaria and Rubicon Project have agreed to merge as they try to make a stronger play in the growth of connected television and bring an alternative to walled gardens like Google and Facebook.
Raissa Robles / South China Morning Post:
Philippine court finds an ex-mayor and four family members guilty of murder of 57 in the 2009 Maguindanao massacre, which included a large group of journalists  —  Ampatuan political dynasty sought to quash an election challenge by rounding up rivals and journalists, killing them and dumping bodies …
Evette Alexander / Knight Foundation:
Knight study of 86M+ tweets: CNN and Yahoo! News attract a politically balanced following; the center left is the most vocal segment discussing political news  —  On Dec. 17, 2019, Knight Foundation released a two-part study analyzing the political dynamics of 86 million tweets.
Bloomberg:
Sources: Fox declined to run ads for Bombshell on its network, though Lions Gate did not attempt to advertise directly on Fox News  —  - Lions Gate sought to promote the film on Fox network  —  Rupert Murdoch's Fox Corp. declined to run advertisements for “Bombshell,” …
Aminda Marqués González / Miami Herald:
Miami Herald to drop Saturday print edition starting March 21 in favor of expanded Friday and Sunday editions  —  To our readers:  —  The Miami Herald is changing to meet the needs of our readers and the communities we serve long into the future.  Providing the news that's essential to your life …
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Paul Bond / Hollywood Reporter:
Sinclair increases minimum wage for its employees to $15 per hour, affecting ~15% of its workforce, amid introduction of other employee-retaining benefits  —  The move is expected to give raises to about 15 percent of the 9,500 workers at Sinclair, one of the nation's largest TV broadcast companies.
Kayleigh Barber / Digiday:
Snopes to launch a new membership model in early 2020 with access to Snopes editors via a community board; prices start at $30 per year  —  Fact-checking site Snopes is hoping to transition away from its dependence on advertising.  So it is asking its supporters to help the brand grow in 2020.
Carly Page / Inquirer:
Incisive Media to shut down The INQUIRER; the site will remain live until end of March, but no new content will be published after Thursday  —  We came, we Inquired, we're off to the pub  —  IT IS WITH A HEAVY HEART we must announce that The INQUIRER has reached end-of-life.
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Independence Media:
Philadelphia's Independence Public Media Foundation announces a second round of grants, totaling $4.3M, to Media Mobilizing Project, Free Press, Chalkbeat, more
Nick Corasaniti / New York Times:
A group formed by 3 former Fox News staffers who sued Fox or Roger Ailes ask presidential candidates to condemn NDAs dealing with workplace environment issues
Paul Blest / The Outline:
Publishers like Hearst should realize that opposing unions is counterproductive, as it delays the inevitable, costs money, and could ruin morale
Sahil Patel / Wall Street Journal:
Finnish social ad-tech company Smartly.io receives a €200M investment from Providence Equity Partners, sources say at a €300M valuation
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Committee to Protect Journalists:
Report: 25 journalists were killed in 2019, down from 56 killed in 2018 and the lowest figure since 2002; Syria and Mexico were the deadliest countries
Andy Serwer / Yahoo News:
Talking Biz News, which tracks business journalists, was quietly sold to Qwoted, a site owned by two PR firms whose clients include newsrooms like Bloomberg
Rob Pegoraro / USA Today:
More than 100 PBS affiliated stations launch on YouTube TV, Google's $50/month cable alternative, available on the web and in apps