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11:45 AM ET, October 30, 2020

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Glenn Greenwald / Greenwald:
Glenn Greenwald quits The Intercept, saying its editors refused to publish a post unless he removed parts critical of Biden; he will now publish on Substack  —  The same trends of repression, censorship and ideological homogeneity plaguing the national press generally have engulfed …
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Glenn Greenwald / Greenwald:
Glenn Greenwald publishes his email exchange with Intercept editors about his Biden story, which he says precipitated his resignation  —  Given The Intercept's vehement denials, readers are entitled to see for themselves what the truth is: transparency journalism with integrity requires.
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David Bauder / Associated Press:
A look at how news outlets are preparing their election night coverage, with plans for extended coverage and transparency about what's known and what isn't  —  NEW YORK (AP) — This coming weekend, CNN's Sam Feist will distribute to his staff copies of the testimony news executives gave …
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
NYT, by overstating Miles Taylor's seniority when it published his op-ed, and CNN, by letting him lie on live TV, disgraced themselves in the Anonymous charade  —  The New York Times got its traffic bonanza.  It touched off a national debate.  It owned social media.  And now it's getting the payback that it deserves.
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Michael D. Shear / New York Times:
CNN contributor and former DHS COS Miles Taylor reveals he is Anonymous, the senior Trump admin official who wrote a NYT column in 2018 and book in 2019
Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
Tim Davie says that BBC journalists can attend Pride marches, if they aren't seen as taking a stand on “politicized issues”, though what that means is unclear  —  The BBC's director general, Tim Davie, has told journalists they will still be allowed to attend LGBT Pride marches …
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BBC:
BBC issues social media guidelines prohibiting staff from criticizing colleagues, “virtue signaling”, and expressing personal opinions on public policy, more
Makena Kelly / The Verge:
Profile of FCC's Brendan Carr, a key figure in the Republican fight against Big Tech and potential FCC chairman if Trump is reelected  —  SHARE All sharing options  —  Ted Cruz was shouting at Jack Dorsey.  —  “Who the hell elected you and put you in charge of what the media are allowed …
Sara Fischer / Axios:
Insider Inc., parent of Business Insider, buys a majority stake in Morning Brew in an all-cash deal; sources say the deal values Morning Brew at around $75M  —  Insider Inc., the parent company to Business Insider, closed an all-cash deal Thursday to buy a majority stake in Morning Brew …
Sarah Kim / Korea JoongAng Daily:
In Q&A, NYT's international president discusses why it chose Korea as its new Asia hub and says it began contingency plans to leave Hong Kong three years ago  —  Stephen Dunbar-Johnson, international president of The New York Times Company, said the high level of press freedom in Korea …
Ludovic Blecher / The Keyword:
Google releases final impact report of its €150M , five-year Digital Innovation Fund, which supported 662 digital news projects in Europe through 2019  —  Five years ago, as we saw news publishers shifting towards digital formats and trying new ways of doing things in the internet era …
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Sara Fischer / Axios:
Twitter has labeled a tweet from Russia's RT as disputed and possibly misleading, as it included a video saying voter fraud could delegitimize the US election  —  Twitter on Thursday labeled a tweet from Russian state media outlet RT (formerly Russia Today) that included …
 
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