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6:50 PM ET, November 11, 2020

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The Daily Beast:
The New Yorker has fired staff writer Jeffrey Toobin after an investigation into an incident in which he masturbated during a Zoom call with colleagues  —  The top writer had been suspended last month after exposing himself during a video call with colleagues.
Jeremy Barr / Washington Post:
Newsmax staffers and CEO Chris Ruddy hurl criticism at Fox News as the smaller network tries to draw Fox viewers away  —  Newsmax, which wants to draw viewers away from Fox News, has played up conservative criticisms of the network.  An anchor said Fox is “jumping right into the tank for the left.”
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Christopher Zara / Fast Company:
Sensor Tower: Newsmax's App Store rank among free apps climbed from 1,061st on Election Day to eighth on November 8, the day after Fox News said Biden won  —  On Saturday, when major decision desks were calling the 2020 election for Joe Biden, Fox News joined them.
Discussion: Variety and @newsmax
Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
Lord Grade, a UK government adviser and former BBC Chairman, says the country is moving toward relaxing impartiality rules for news broadcasters  —  British television news channels should no longer be required to meet strict impartiality standards, according to one of the government's own broadcasting advisers.
Kayleigh Barber / Digiday:
BuzzFeed deepens its partnership with sex toy maker Bellesa with a branded vibrator called BuzzFeed AirVibe, and will launch a Sex and Love vertical in Q1 2021  —  BuzzFeed's name and signature bright red color will be used to sell a new vibrator this fall in the publisher's latest effort …
Mark Bergen / Bloomberg:
Researchers say YouTube's policy loopholes for election videos have led to an onslaught of videos aiming to undermine the legitimacy of the election  —  Google video site says election misinformation policies are ‘generally working as intended’  —  On Monday, cable outlet One America News Network posted …
Karl Bode / VICE:
With Ajit Pai likely out as chairman when FCC reverts to Democratic control, experts say Pai's likely to leave and his controversial decisions will be reversed  —  You can expect most of his more controversial decisions, like the repeal of net neutrality, to be reversed.  —  KB  —  His trademark grin.
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Keith J. Kelly / New York Post:
Hearst names Debi Chirichella as president of its magazines group, a job she has held on an interim basis since the departure of Troy Young  —  Hearst Corp. on Wednesday named Debi Chirichella as president of its magazines group, replacing Troy Young, who resigned in July over explosive allegations …
Discussion: Daily Front Row, Adweek, MediaPost, WWD and WWD
Tiffany Hsu / New York Times:
Drudge Report, a key part of Trump's rise, has distanced itself from the president since the election, using headlines such as “The world moves on”  —  Matt Drudge and Donald Trump boosted each other four years ago.  Now his site says, in prominent type, “The World Moves On.”
Discussion: Chicago Sun-Times, COURIER and The Hill
Manish Singh / TechCrunch:
India's Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, which oversees TV programming, will now regulate policies for streaming platforms and digital news outlets  —  India's Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, which oversees programs beamed on television and theatres in the country …
Kevin Hitt / The Esports Observer:
ESPN confirms it is planning to shut down its dedicated esports division  —  The Green Wall Returns: Chicago's Call of Duty Franchise to be Rebranded as OpTic  —  X-Chair Launches Gaming Chair Company Mavix, Lines Up ‘Talent Ambassadors’ to Promote New Chair Lines
The Philadelphia Inquirer:
Gabriel Escobar, who has served as editor and vice president at The Philadelphia Inquirer since 2017, has been promoted as its top editor  —  Gabriel Escobar, a longtime journalist who has helped manage a rapid and sometimes tumultuous transformation at The Philadelphia Inquirer …
 
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Taylor Lorenz / New York Times:
Profile of Hasan Piker, a progressive Twitch streamer who had 225K+ concurrent viewers at the peak on election night, making him Twitch's most-watched streamer
Hannah Murphy / Financial Times:
Facebook and Google quietly extend their planned one week bans on political ads, as Trump and GOP continue their claims of voter fraud
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Reuters:
Sources: ByteDance's Chinese ad revenue will cross $27.2B this year; Bytedance overtook Baidu in 2019 to become number two in the market, behind Alibaba Group
Sara Fischer / Axios:
Facebook says political content makes up about 6% of what is seen on its platform and CrowdTangle measures engagement but doesn't predict reach
Jason Lynch / Adweek:
Nielsen is adding addressable ads to national TV measurement and will begin sharing data from 55M smart TVs and set-top boxes in the first half of 2021
Megan Graham / CNBC:
Spotify acquires podcast hosting company Megaphone for $235M, giving all shows currently hosted on Megaphone access to Spotify's ad insertion tech