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10:10 PM ET, March 4, 2020

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Alex Kantrowitz / BuzzFeed News:
Twitter will begin testing “Fleets”, letting iOS and Android users make posts that disappear after 24 hours, in Brazil, finally using a Stories-like format  —  On Wednesday, Twitter will begin testing a feature, called “Fleets,” that will allow you to post photos, videos …
R.T. Watson / Wall Street Journal:
Quibi says it has closed a second round of financing worth $750M that includes about $400M raised at the end of 2019, bringing its total raised to $1.75B  —  Closing $750 million financing round brings total raised to $1.75 billion  —  Short-form video streamer Quibi said it has closed …
Benjamin Goggin / Business Insider:
American Media, owner of celebrity and fitness magazines, continued cuts this week, laying off at least 23 editorial staffers in its Celebrity Digital Group  —  - American Media, Inc., former owner of the National Enquirer and current owner of at least a dozen celebrity and fitness magazines …
Discussion: @tabiegermain, Thanks:@benjamingoggin
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Michael Barba / The San Francisco Examiner:
San Francisco reaches a plan to pay freelancer Bryan Carmody $369,000 to settle claim after police searched his home, office, and phone records in a leak probe  —  Nearly a year after police raided his home and office in a widely condemned infringement of his rights as a journalist …
Washington Post:
Sources: Chris Matthews planned to retire after the 2020 election but was forced out of MSNBC following weeks of embarrassments  —  On Monday night, Chris Matthews gathered with the crew of his long-running MSNBC show “Hardball,” his family and the network's president, Phil Griffin …
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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
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
ViacomCBS CEO Bob Bakish says the company is preparing to sell its publishing unit, Simon & Schuster, as it is “not a core asset”  —  ViacomCBS is preparing to sell its publishing unit, Simon & Schuster, as the company re-evaluates all its assets in a fast-changing business landscape.
Tim Peterson / Digiday:
Sources: Roku has talked with media and entertainment companies about producing original shows for its ad-supported Roku Channel  —  This article is part of the Digiday Video Briefing, which features must-reads, confessionals and key market stats.  To receive the Digiday Video Briefing, please subscribe.
Kayleigh Barber / Digiday:
Minute Media CRO says ~50% of its revenue, projected to be ~$200M this year, comes from its B2B business licensing tech to clients like USA Today and Billboard  —  Many digital publishers looking for alternative revenue streams to advertising turn to subscriptions and commerce.
Marty Swant / Forbes:
Mailchimp has acquired Courier, a London-based media company focused on entrepreneurs and small businesses, which produces a magazine, newsletter, and more  —  Mailchimp is expanding its presence beyond email and into the world of print.  —  The Atlanta-based marketing platform has acquired Courier …
 
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Reed Richardson / Mediaite:
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Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
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Mary McNamara / Los Angeles Times:
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Dan Mangan / CNBC:
The Trump campaign sues The Washington Post for defamation, citing two opinion posts about the campaign and Russia; the suit follows a similar suit against NYT