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12:55 AM ET, September 9, 2022


 Top News: 
Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
California's budget includes $25M to help fund local news reporters, starting in 2023, with stipends distributed via UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism  —  The budget passed in California this week includes $25 million worth of help for local news, which will be distributed via UC …
Veronica Stracqualursi / CNN:
Bernard Shaw, CNN's first news anchor who started when the network launched in 1980 and retired after more than 20 years in 2001, dies at 82  —  Former CNN anchor Bernard Shaw died Wednesday of pneumonia unrelated to Covid-19, Shaw's family announced in a statement Thursday.  Shaw was 82.
Las Vegas Review-Journal:
Police arrest Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles on suspicion of murder in the death of Las Vegas Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German  —  Less than a day after asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect in the stabbing death of Las Vegas Review-Journal …
Sara Fischer / Axios:
Salesforce and CNBC plan to co-produce a seven-episode docuseries as part of an NBCUniversal deal, debuting on September 17 and profiling Salesforce clients  —  Salesforce will co-produce a new branded docuseries for CNBC's linear channel as a part of a broader television deal that Salesforce …
Senator Amy Klobuchar withdraws the JCPA from consideration in a Senate committee after the GOP added provisions to limit content moderation by tech platforms  —  Supporters of a bill meant to give news organizations greater leverage against the giant tech companies were forced to temporarily withdraw …
Natasha Lomas / TechCrunch:
A Brussels court dismisses most of IAB Europe's appeals about its consent framework, found to be in breach of GDPR; some appeals will head to the EU's top court  —  It's privacy crunch time for ‘consent’ to track...  For those watching the slow motion unpicking of surveillance advertising …
New York Times:
Vice Media journalists raise concerns about the company's potential deal with MBC, which is partially owned by the Saudi government, on a call with executives  —  The deal would involve the creation of a new brand focused on lifestyle and entertainment coverage and could be worth at least $50 million over several years.
Ryan Gajewski / The Hollywood Reporter:
Source: HBO Max plans to fix a VFX error in House of the Dragon's third episode; King Viserys is supposed to be missing two fingers but they're visible in green  —  Viewers spotted a gaffe involving King Viserys, played by actor Paddy Considine, as the latest episode aired Sunday.
Source: Amazon is charging ~$600K for a 30-second spot in its Thursday Night Football games, vs. the ~$500K Fox sought in 2021, guaranteeing 12M+ viewers a game  —  When the National Football League's regular season kicks off Thursday, millions of fans will settle into their easy chairs to watch America's biggest, richest sport.
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Lachlan Markay / Axios:
Snap's ad archive shows some Democratic and progressive organizations were able to target ads using a GOP voter data repository; Snap blames an internal mistake
Vivian Yee / New York Times:
Egypt files charges against four journalists at an independent news outlet for publishing fake news and more after an article on a political corruption inquiry
Alexandra Bruell / Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Rumble has hired high-profile personalities, including Glenn Greenwald, to host daily live news shows and has committed $50M to spend on host contracts
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Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
New mobile app LineupSupply lets users create Spotify playlists by uploading photos of music festival posters and find existing playlists of the artist lineup
Katharine Q. Seelye / New York Times:
Anne Garrels, an NPR international correspondent who reported from major conflicts around the world including the US bombing of Baghdad in 2003, dies at 71
Peter Kafka / Vox:
At Code, former Disney CEO Bob Iger said he wanted to buy Twitter in 2016 for its “phenomenal” distribution platform but didn't because of “nastiness”, not bots
Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Google signed News Showcase deals with Bloomberg Media and The Texas Tribune, but the feature is late to launch as other US outlets balk at the terms
Dan Kennedy / Media Nation:
Staff memo: Boston Globe Editor Brian McGrory is leaving at the end of 2022 after nearly 10 years as editor to chair Boston University's journalism department