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9:00 AM ET, January 2, 2020

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Siva Vaidhyanathan / The Guardian:
Boycotting the NYT after Bret Stephens' column would be a mistake due to its important journalism; shaming is sufficient as the NYT cares about its reputation  —  Bret Stephens' article was ridiculous, eugenicist garbage.  But calls to boycott the newspaper won't help
Scott Soshnick / Bloomberg:
Sources: Endeavor to buy luxury events biz On Location Experiences in a deal valued at $660M, name Paul Caine as CEO; NFL to boost stake in On Location to 20%  —  - NFL to boost stake in On Location as part of $660 million deal  —  Endeavor Group Holdings Inc., the talent agency …
Jason Gurwin / The Streamable:
FuboTV drops Disney-owned NatGeo, FX, FXM, and FXX cable channels and the 21 regional sports networks that Fox recently sold to Sinclair  —  It's a tough way to start the year for fuboTV subscribers, the service not only has lost Disney-owned Fox networks (FX, FXM, FXX, and Nat Geo) …
Center for the Study of the Public Domain:
Books, movies, and songs published in 1924 are now free to use as copyrights expired; works include Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, Edith Wharton's Old New York  —  On January 1, 2020, works from 1924 will enter the US public domain,1 where they will be free for all to use and build upon, without permission or fee.
Charlotte Tobitt / Press Gazette:
Seven UK higher education institutions adopted the methods of BBC's 50:50 Project so that journalism students can track gender balance as they learn to report  —  The BBC is hoping to help improve the representation of women within student journalism by sharing its own methodology relating to on-air gender balance.
Discussion: @vivian
Ben Sisario / New York Times:
Q&A with Jimmy Iovine about music industry's reconciliation with tech in the last decade, why streaming music services are like utilities with low margins, more  —  The record executive who made the leap to Silicon Valley looks back on the decade in the music business, and sees a major problem on the horizon.
Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
Sources: BBC is seeking to settle potential equal pay cases ahead of Samira Ahmed verdict, to stop embarrassing details of its inner workings being made public  —  Broadcaster in apparent attempt to avoid repeat of tribunal embarrassment  —  The BBC has approached women who are bringing equal pay cases …
Discussion: @mrsnickyclark and @jennietweetz
Shira Schoenberg / Union-News:
MA court rules that journalists are not liable for defamation when publishing police blotters, regardless of the accuracy of the claims in the police report  —  The editor of a University of Massachusetts student newspaper cannot be held liable for defamation for publishing information …
 
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Tony Romm / Washington Post:
Facebook has started pulling some ads about HIV prevention drugs that fact-checkers deemed misleading, after months-long pressure from LGBTQ orgs and experts
Tina Nguyen / Politico:
John Solomon's reporting for WaPo helped sink Rudy Giuliani's 2008 presidential campaign, even as both men now find themselves caught up in the same scandal
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Jason Hovet / Reuters:
Zoltan Andrusko, who was charged with facilitating the murder of Slovak investigative journalist Jan Kuciak and his fiancee, sentenced to 15 years in plea deal
Mehdi Hasan / The Intercept:
Ivanka Trump should be asked tough questions as she is a senior White House adviser, but Face The Nation treated her as a political pundit and “first daughter”
Peter Kafka / Vox:
Netflix releases list of the ten “most popular” shows and movies that it began streaming in the US in 2019, with its own content taking all but one of the spots
Michael M. Grynbaum / New York Times:
This year was the darkest yet for media in the Trump era, with threats of retribution, the end of White House briefings, and 50% more accusations of “fake news”