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7:25 PM ET, February 14, 2021

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Caleb Ecarma / Vanity Fair:
Sources: Biden deputy press sec T.J. Ducklo threatened Politico's Tara Palmeri after finding out she was reporting on his relationship with an Axios journalist  —  Deputy press secretary TJ Ducklo lashed out at journalist Tara Palmeri, spurring conversations between Politico's brass and the White House …
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Sarah Rumpf / Mediaite:
T.J. Ducklo announces his resignation on his personal Twitter account, saying he “embarrassed and disappointed” his White House colleagues and President Biden  —  White House Deputy Press Secretary TJ Ducklo has resigned after his controversial harassment of a Politico reporter came to light.
Oliver Darcy / @oliverdarcy:
Jen Psaki says T.J. Ducklo has been placed on a one-week suspension without pay and will no longer be assigned to work with any Politico reporters  —  TJ Ducklo has been placed on a one-week suspension without pay, @PressSec says. https://twitter.com/...
Scott Alexander / Astral Codex Ten:
New York Times's recent article on Slate Star Codex was flawed and dishonest, and an attempt to punish the blog's author for embarrassing them last summer  —  There was recently a negative article about me and my blog in the New York Times.  Most of you already know the history behind this …
Jill Abramson / New York Post:
Jill Abramson responds to unrest at NYT, saying “the constant harping and carping of media reporters” has made the “environment more poisonous”  —  I have been called by many reporters about the controversial departure of reporter Donald McNeil from The New York Times.
Mathieu Rosemain / Reuters:
Settlement agreements for the copyright dispute between French media and Google show Google will pay $22M annually in total to 121 publications for three years  —  PARIS (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google has agreed to pay $76 million over three years to a group of French news publishers …
Kerry Flynn / CNN:
Bookazines, which are in-depth special issues focusing on a single topic and are cheaply produced, are flourishing at publishers; Meredith released 331 in 2020  —  New York (CNN Business)Shopping in the pandemic often means buying supplies for working, cooking and exercising at home.
David Folkenflik / NPR:
Michael Pack cited security concerns for not extending J-1 visas, but a memo shows the rationale was to prioritize jobs for US citizens, which VOA does anyway  —  Nabila Ganinda was awaiting a green light from the U.S. Agency for Global Media.  —  The agency had hired Ganinda …
 
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Margaret Barthel / DCist:
An independent journalist is suing Washington, DC police over his arrest at a racial justice protest and their withholding of his cameras and phone for 10 weeks
Taylor Lorenz / New York Times:
SAG-AFTRA's agreement to represent social media creators is the latest sign that the business of influence has become a key part of the entertainment industry
The Philadelphia Inquirer:
An independent review links The Philadelphia Inquirer's predominantly white newsroom to its news coverage overrepresenting white people, especially white men
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Jessica Bursztynsky / CNBC:
Spotify says it is adopting a Work From Anywhere model and will provide co-working space memberships for employees who choose to work remotely
Kerry Flynn / CNN:
Staffers at Medium in editorial, engineering, design, and product units say they're unionizing; a majority of about 140 employees signed union cards with CWA
Oliver Darcy / @oliverdarcy:
Bloomberg is laying off employees as part of a “new structure to elevate editing”; sources: layoffs will affect about 90 employees