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12:35 AM ET, December 24, 2019

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Katie Mettler / Washington Post:
The New York Times says it does not think corrections to its 1619 Project are warranted, in response to a letter from five historians that requested corrections  —  Five historians recently wrote to the New York Times Magazine, asking the architects of its comprehensive 1619 Project …
Summer Said / Wall Street Journal:
Saudi Arabia sentences five people to death and convicts three others to 24 years in prison for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi  —  The dissident journalist was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul  —  Saudi Arabia sentenced five people to death and convicted six others for the murder …
New York Times:
Amid a crisis in local news, eight journalists who left newsrooms in 2019 reflect on the stories left in their notebooks  —  Amid a crisis in local news, eight journalists who left newsrooms in 2019 reflect on the stories left in their notebooks.  Photographers who also lost their jobs captured them on their former beats.
Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Bytedance is considering setting up a global headquarters for TikTok outside of China, as part of its effort to shake off its Chinese image  —  Singapore, London and Dublin are among cities being considered; no U.S. city made shortlist  —  Bytedance Inc. is considering setting …
James Bennet / The New York Times Company:
NYT announces Quartz founding editor and co-CEO Kevin Delaney is joining NYT's Opinion for six months to help lead the department's “next big project”  —  Kevin, the founding editor and co-C.E.O. of Quartz, is joining Opinion for six months to help lead the department's next big project.
David Leonhardt / New York Times:
Journalism too often treats the center as inherently sensible, despite eventual solutions regularly being outside the boundaries of what either party favored  —  The media has a bigger problem than liberal bias.  —  John F. Harris is about as mainstream as the mainstream media gets.
Spencer Kimball / CNBC:
Editor-in-chief of Christianity Today says the magazine has gained three times as many subscribers as it's lost after he called for Trump's removal from office  —  - Christianity Today Editor in Chief Mark Galli acknowledged to MSNBC on Sunday that the magazine has lost subscribers in the wake …
Chris Welch / The Verge:
Dish ups the price of both of Sling TV's packages, Orange and Blue, by $5 to $30 each per month, while adding Fox News, MSNBC, and HLN to Sling Blue  —  The cheap days of Sling TV are over  —  The cheap days of Sling TV are over.  Dish's internet TV service is raising the price …
Wall Street Journal:
An analysis of millions of articles from the 2010s shows how big stories evolved, via patterns of words linked with news terms like “Facebook” or “immigration”  —  A lot can happen in a decade — to people, companies and countries.  In the 2010s, reputations were burnished and destroyed.
Stephanie Sengwe / The Streamable:
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Ben Strauss / Washington Post:
Sports Illustrated staff say morale is deteriorating as experienced journalists continue to leave, while new owner Maven talks up its digital plan to save brand
John Ourand / Sports Business Daily:
NBC Sports indefinitely suspends former NHL player and on-air analyst Jeremy Roenick for sexually suggestive comments about coworkers during a Barstool podcast
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
NYT and WSJ alumni to launch DealPro, a Boston-based weekly magazine focused on in-depth and investigative stories about China's economic rise, in mid-February
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Errin Haines Whack / Nieman Lab:
2020 prediction: with racism on the ballot in 2020, race and gender will drive political news, even if women still get covered as a special interest group
Christa Scharfenberg / Nieman Lab:
As more women move into leadership roles at news organizations, it feels like broader changes and fairer treatment of women in journalism may finally arrive