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4:10 PM ET, January 26, 2021

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Sara Fischer / Axios:
Washington Post:
Washington Post Executive Editor Marty Baron is retiring on February 28 after eight years at the paper and nearly 45 years in journalism  —  Washington Post Publisher and CEO Fred Ryan today shared the following note with Post employees.  —  Dear Washington Post colleagues,
Teo Armus / Washington Post:
Idaho Statesman Editor Christina Lords confirms she was fired for violating McClatchy's social media policy and doesn't regret her tweet advocating for staff  —  Before she was appointed the top editor at the Idaho Statesman, Christina Lords was known for going to bat for her staff.
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Margaret Carmel / BoiseDev:
Idaho News Guild says Idaho Statesman's top editor was fired over her tweet advocating for staff resources in a protest letter sent to McClatchy management
Ken Meyer / Mediaite:
Source: Fox News talked with Kayleigh McEnany after the election about a job but paused discussions; network says she is not a current employee or contributor  —  UPDATE 12:20 p.m.: Fox News denied that former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany has joined the network in a statement to Mediaite.
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Sara Fischer / Axios:
Washington Post's Zeus ad tech platform adds video to the range of formats publishers can sell; video ads are especially important for local broadcast companies  —  The Washington Post will expand its performance software on Tuesday to add video to Zeus, its suite of ad placement and optimization tools.
Brian Steinberg / Variety:
CBS Television Stations President Peter Dunn and SVP of News David Friend have been placed on leave, after an LAT report alleging racism and misogyny at work  —  Peter Dunn, president of the CBS Television Stations, and David Friend, senior vice president of news for the stations were placed on the leave …
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
NYT will never be able to uniformly enforce its social media behavior policy and should remove the language of journalists being “perceived as biased” from it  —  Lauren Wolfe made no ripples last May when she started as a freelance editor at the New York Times.
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Joe Pompeo / Vanity Fair:
Sources: NYT told Lauren Wolfe, who had a temporary position, that her name and NYT's name were in headlines after her “chills” tweet, and “we can't have that”
Maxwell Tani / The Daily Beast:
Sources: 100+ Politico staffers sent a letter to Allbritton criticizing the decision to publish Ben Shapiro and calling out EIC Kaminski's internal response  —  More than 100 Politico staffers signed onto a letter sent to publisher Robert Allbritton, expressing disgust with allowing right …
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Roku and Amazon make a deal to bring the ad-supported IMDb TV to the Roku Channel, expanding the reach of Amazon-owned IMDb TV, which is also on Fire TV devices  —  In a classic case of co-opetition, Roku inked a deal with Amazon to bring the IMDb TV free, ad-supported streaming service to the Roku platform in the U.S.
 
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