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11:25 AM ET, September 22, 2022

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Alex Weprin / The Hollywood Reporter:
Jake Tapper will host CNN's 9pm show from October 10 through the week of the November 8, as part of the network's programming lineup for the 2022 Midterms  —  John Berman, Brianna Keilar and Wolf Blitzer will fill in during the afternoons, with more changes to come.
Jem Bartholomew / Columbia Journalism Review:
Examining the differences between “pink slime” local sites, often with partisan paid PR posts, 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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Sara Rafsky / Columbia Journalism Review:
A look at 90 readers' reactions to “pink slime” local news sites: a very narrow majority rated coverage as balanced and most found the content non-newsworthy
Alistair Gray / Financial Times:
Daily Mail and General Trust CEO Paul Zwillenberg plans to step down, replaced by Jonathan Harmsworth, the great-grandson of the newspaper's founder  —  Great-grandson of newspaper's founder and chair of DMGT will take charge at end of the month  —  The chief executive of the Daily Mail publisher …
Hanaa' Tameez / Nieman Lab:
An interview with the authors of the book Meme Wars, on what journalists don't understand about the power of memes, damaging manipulation campaigns, and more  —  In 2019, after BuzzFeed and Verizon Media announced a combined 1,000 layoffs on the same day, many people who had shared their layoffs …
Manori Ravindran / Variety:
BBC Studios hires Vice Studios global president Kate Ward to oversee its factual portfolio, spanning its Natural History, Documentary, and Science units  —  Vice Studios global president Kate Ward is joining BBC Studios to oversee its factual portfolio, Variety can reveal.
Discussion: Deadline
Washington Post:
Florida's attorney general asks the Supreme Court whether the First Amendment prohibits states from regulating how social media companies moderate content  —  The state attorney general filed a petition to the Court on Wednesday, after two lower courts split on decisions about social media laws
Lea Mok / Hong Kong Free Press HKFP:
Ronson Chan, head of a Hong Kong journalist union, is granted bail to travel to UK for a Reuters Institute fellowship, after being arrested earlier in September  —  Ronson Chan, the chairperson of the city's largest journalist group the Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA) …
Discussion: The Guardian
Todd S. Purdum / New York Times:
Allan Siegal, a former assistant managing editor at the NYT who left a deep imprint on the newspaper's policies and practices, dies at 82  —  As a top editor who was both feared and revered at the newspaper for decades, he left a deep imprint as its arbiter of language, taste, tone and ethics.
Margi Murphy / Bloomberg:
Microsoft President Brad Smith says the company can't “use what others might consider censorship as a tactic” regarding labeling content that seems to be false  —  Microsoft Corp. won't label social media posts that appear to be false in order to avoid the appearance that the company …
 
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The CPJ demands that Iran release photojournalist Yalda Moaiery, who was beaten, arrested, and imprisoned for covering anti-state protests in Tehran
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Alex Weprin / The Hollywood Reporter:
Warner Music Group appoints YouTube Chief Business Officer Robert Kyncl as CEO, replacing Stephen Cooper on January 1, 2023; Cooper will leave WMG in February