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3:45 PM ET, September 21, 2022

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Twitch Blog:
Twitch announces subscription revenue above $100K will be split 50/50, not 70/30, starting on June 1, 2023, for streamers on premium deals, citing hosting costs  —  Hello, Twitch community.  I'm Dan Clancy, President of Twitch and responsible for the day-to-day operations of the service.
Rupert Neate / The Guardian:
The Telegraph, openDemocracy, TBIJ, and OCCRP face libel lawsuits in the US and UK over reporting on a fund named after ex-Kazakh president Nursultan Nazarbayev  —  Complaints filed by charity named after ex-president reopen the debate over legal action against public interest journalism
Jem Bartholomew / Columbia Journalism Review:
Examining differences between “pink slime” local sites, often with partisan paid PR content, and partisan news outlets that mix advocacy with solid journalism  —  When the doors of the Texas Senate Chamber opened for the 2019 session, there were two new faces at the press table.
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Bloomberg:
An analysis of October 2020 to August 2022 streams: Twitch's moderation tools often failed to stop kids from streaming and adults from finding and grooming them  —  The gaming platform's design enables people to find and exploit kids in real-time  —  Graphics and illustrations by Rachael Dottle
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Pew Research Center:
Survey of US adults: 31% get news on Facebook, 25% on YouTube, 14% on Twitter, 13% on Instagram, and 10% on TikTok; a third of TikTok users get news on the app
Alex Weprin / The Hollywood Reporter:
Warner Music Group appoints YouTube's Chief Business Officer Robert Kyncl as CEO, replacing Stephen Cooper early in 2023  —  Kyncl, who had been YouTube's chief business officer, will succeed Stephen Cooper early next year.  —  Warner Music Group has found its next CEO.
James Vincent / The Verge:
Getty Images bans the upload and sale of AI-generated images using tools like DALL-E, Midjourney, and Stable Diffusion, citing concerns over legal challenges  —  Getty Images has banned the upload and sale of illustrations generated using AI art tools like DALL-E, Midjourney, and Stable Diffusion.
Clothilde Goujard / Politico:
European publishers criticize the EU's proposed European Media Freedom Act, arguing the law gives regulators too much power and would limit editorial control  —  Brussels has put forward a new law to protect deteriorating media freedom and pluralism across Europe — but press publishers argue it will have the opposite effect.
Discussion: Yahoo News and RFI
Katie Robertson / New York Times:
An ex-employee sues Axel Springer and Bild in the US, accusing them of failing to prevent sexual harassment and retaliation by former Bild EIC Julian Reichelt  —  In a lawsuit filed in California, a former employee said the media company did not appropriately handle her complaints about a top editor.
Discussion: @katie_robertson
Elizabeth Williamson / New York Times:
A judge dismisses Alex Jones' lawyer and chief restructuring officer in the bankruptcy of Infowars parent Free Speech Systems and expands a trustee's control  —  Citing a “lack of candor,” including over the Infowars fabulist's lavish spending, the judge ordered substantive changes to his company's oversight.
 
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Mia Sato / The Verge:
A Mozilla study using YouTube recommendation data from 20,000+ users and 500M+ videos finds the “dislike” and “not interested” buttons are largely ineffective
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Murray Stassen / Music Business Worldwide:
Memo: Kobalt Music strikes a new licensing deal with Meta after pulling 700K songs from Facebook and Instagram in the US in July 2022 due to failed negotiations
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
YouTube unveils Creator Music, which lets creators browse a catalog and use songs by buying rights or sharing revenue, launching out of beta in the US this fall
J. Clara Chan / The Hollywood Reporter:
Spotify launches a US audiobook service with 300K titles from major and independent publishers; users purchase and download individual books to play in its app