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8:30 PM ET, March 2, 2020


 Top News: 
New York Times:
NYT reporters and editors including Chief White House Correspondent Peter Baker discuss what they do in their personal lives to maintain political impartiality  —  Times reporters and editors take careful measures in their personal lives to remain objective in their work.
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Brian Stelter / CNN:
Chris Matthews abruptly announces his retirement amid his MSNBC talk show Hardball, after a string of recent controversies  —  (CNN Business)Chris Matthews, one of the country's best-known political talk show hosts, is retiring from MSNBC, effective immediately, after a string of recent controversies on and off the air.
Mark Sweney / The Guardian:
Sports streaming service DAZN to expand to 200 countries, including the UK, on May 2, with an initial focus on boxing  —  Dazn's initial focus will be on boxing when it expands to 200 countries, including UK, in May  —  A streaming service that is aiming to become a “Netflix of sport” …
Chris Welch / The Verge:
AT&T TV launches across the US after rolling out in over a dozen markets last year, with prices that start at $49.99/month but go up dramatically after a year  —  AT&T's next big TV play has a problem: pricing  —  AT&T TV is launching nationwide today after initially rolling out to over a dozen markets last year.
Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
Trump is attempting to minimize the dangers of coronavirus for political gain and the media has a responsibility to contextualize his claims, not amplify them  —  Among the many outlandish statements President Trump has made since taking office, one in particular stands out for me.
Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian / Axios:
US announces unprecedented restrictions on Chinese journalists operating in the US, affecting stay duration and more, to be put into place in the coming weeks  —  - The Trump administration wants to "inject reciprocity into visa procedures," said one senior administration official.
Joshua Franklin / Reuters:
Sources: Warner Music Group has delayed its IPO slated for this week, where it was expected to raise more than $1B, due to concerns over the coronavirus  —  NEW YORK (Reuters) - Warner Music Group Corp and Cole Haan Inc have abandoned plans to kick off their initial public offerings (IPOs) …
Publishers Weekly:
A look at the disruption COVID-19 is causing in the book world, affecting international book fairs and causing supply chain issues in book manufacturing  —  The virus is causing lots of disruptions in the book world, from international book fairs to book manufacturing
Discussion: Bookseller News and
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Kurt Schlosser / GeekWire:
Jonathan Sposato, chairman of GeekWire and tech startup PicMonkey, buys the monthly Seattle magazine from Tiger Oak Media, which filed for bankruptcy in Oct.
Maxwell Tani / The Daily Beast:
Major US newsrooms, including CNN, NYT, and WSJ, are limiting overseas travel and asking journalists to take precautions due to the spread of coronavirus
Oliver Franklin-Wallis / British GQ:
Inside The Athletic's “The Depth Chart” effort last summer to poach UK's top sports journalists, offering six-figure salaries and five-figure signing bonuses
Lucas Shaw / Bloomberg:
Spotify is making a big push for artists and record labels to pay to promote their music in its app, complicating talks over long-term music rights
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Tina Dyakon / Poynter:
Poynter Institute and Google News Initiative partner to launch VidSpark, helping three local US newsrooms create shareable videos for younger audiences
Discussion: Talking Biz News
Ted Macdonald / Media Matters for America:
Climate change coverage on broadcast news shows rose 68% from 2018 to 2019 but made up 0.7% of their overall content; much of this increase was driven by CBS
Dan Brooks / New York Times:
Given the length of Quibi's videos, its competitors aren't Netflix or other streamers, but YouTube and Facebook, which we use to occupy idle time
Ben Smith / New York Times:
The success of the NYT may be bad news for journalism, as it crowds out rivals; sources: NYT in talks to acquire Serial Productions, likely for less than $75M