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12:10 PM ET, January 14, 2021

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Katie Robertson / New York Times:
Sources: NY Post editors tell staff not to use reporting from CNN, MSNBC, NYT, and WaPo as the sole basis for any Post article without independent confirmation  —  As the Murdoch tabloid navigates a fraught political moment, high-level editors instructed reporters not to base articles …
Benjamin Mullin / Wall Street Journal:
Paul J. Boyle / News Media Alliance:
News Media Alliance and National Newspaper Association join a legal challenge to an order that would eliminate the cap on postal rate increases for periodicals  —  Postal Regulatory Commission Order Could Lead to Postage Increases of 45 Percent Over Five Years, Representing Existential Threat to Newspapers
Naman Ramachandran / Variety:
Ampere: Netflix is Europe's second largest TV group with 6.1% market share by revenue, second only to Comcast, which owns Sky, and has 12% market share  —  Comcast, which owns pay TV operator Sky's European operations, remains the leader with a 12% market share by revenue.
David Cohen / Adweek:
Jon Lafayette / Broadcasting Cable:
DoubleVerify says it has received Media Rating Council accreditation for its ad impression measurement and ad fraud detection for CTVs  —  DoubleVerify gauges display and video impressions and invalid traffic  —  DoubleVerify said it received Media Rating Council accreditation for its display …
David Folkenflik / NPR:
One week later, Fox News is yet to acknowledge how the incendiary rhetoric from its shows and stars may have helped inspire the pro-Trump attack on the Capitol  —  Among some prominent Republicans, inside social media companies and in other major institutions throughout society …
Megan Graham / CNBC:
Google says it will pause political ads, and those referencing “impeachment, inauguration or protests at the US Capitol” on all its platforms starting Jan. 14  —  - Google is suspending political ads along with any reference to “impeachment, inauguration or protests at the U.S. Capitol” beginning Thursday.
Megan Graham / CNBC:
Survey of 52 ad buyers who represent $15B in US ad spend finds Amazon will be the leading market share gainer among major digital ads businesses in 2021, 2022  —  - Amazon will be the leading share gainer among the major digital ads businesses in 2021 and 2022, according to a new ad buyer survey from Cowen.
 
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Ray Sanchez / CNN:
Bryan Monroe, a journalism professor, former president of NABJ, and a former editor at Knight Ridder and CNNPolitics.com, has died of a heart attack at 55
Sara Fischer / Axios:
Nonprofit education news outlet Chalkbeat plans to expand its pop-up newsroom Votebeat to cover voting at the local level through the 2022 midterm elections
Carolyn Giardina / Hollywood Reporter:
CTA: total spending on streaming services and game software projected to reach a record $112B in 2021, up 11% YoY but less than the 31% growth in 2020 over 2019
Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
While media fell dismayingly short in myriad ways in the last four years, it has managed to do its job despite Trump's branding it as “the enemy of the people”
Politico:
Biden team is planning a 90-minute celebrity TV special for inauguration night, to be broadcast on CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, and NBC but not Fox
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Stephen Battaglio / Los Angeles Times:
Jeff Zucker tells employees that CNN Airport Network will shut down on March 31; he blames the rise in mobile video and declines in air passenger traffic
Telegraph:
Sir David Barclay, owner of the Telegraph Media Group with his twin brother Sir Frederick, has died at 86
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
In reply to a group of public radio stations who aired Caliphate, the NYT acknowledged errors in how it rolled out the retraction of key episodes of the podcast