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9:40 PM ET, November 22, 2022


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Max Tani / Semafor:
Internal AP messages show how a less-than-10-minute conversation led to the retracted report inaccurately suggesting Russia launched a missile strike on Poland  —  Your Email addressSign Up  —  A 10-minute miscommunication on Slack between journalists at the Associated Press resulted …
The Daily Beast:
Sources: the AP fires James LaPorta, the reporter behind a retracted Nov. 15 story based on one unnamed source that alleged Russian missiles crossed into Poland  —  The Associated Press scared much of the world last Tuesday when it alerted readers that “a senior U.S. intelligence official” …
Meteorologist Jason Myers and pilot Chip Tayag were killed in the crash of a helicopter owned by Charlotte TV station WBTV, next to Interstate 77  —  The two people were killed in a helicopter crash.  —  CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - WBTV Meteorologist Jason Myers and Sky3 pilot Chip Tayag …
Mike Scarcella / Reuters:
YouTube TV subscribers in four states sue Disney in federal court, saying Disney, which controls Hulu and ESPN, artificially pushed up streaming live TV prices  —  YouTube TV subscribers in California, Arizona and elsewhere have sued The Walt Disney Co in California federal court …
Sara Fischer / Axios:
The Athletic plans to double its professional women's sports coverage, from 900 articles a year to 1,800, with support from a multiyear partnership with Google  —  The Athletic plans to double its coverage of professional women's sports through a multiyear partnership with Google, its chief commercial officer Seb Tomich told Axios.
Sara Fischer / Axios:
Sources: Protocol generated $4.8M in revenue in 2022 before closing, down from $5.4M in 2021; the company initially forecast $13M in revenue in 2022  —  Protocol, the tech news website launched by Politico in 2020, generated $4.8 million in 2022, down from $5.4 million in 2021, according to sources familiar with the company's finances.
Tom Kludt / Vanity Fair:
Sports media, which has traditionally strained to avoid politics, grapples at the Qatar World Cup with how to handle human rights concerns and protests  —  Reporters and broadcasters are grappling with how to handle human rights concerns, political protests, and unusual restrictions …
Joseph Bernstein / New York Times:
A look at, a Mastodon server for journalists begun by Planet Money's Adam Davidson, currently with ~2,000 members and $12,000 in Tow Center funding  — promises to be a new “reliable home for journalists.”  What happens when they move in?
Murray Stassen / Music Business Worldwide:
UMG's classical music label Deutsche Grammophon launches streaming service Stage+ for €14.90 per month, offering live premieres, music videos, and documentaries  —  Universal Music Group-owned Deutsche Grammophon, which claims to be the world's oldest record label, just launched its own high-res classical music streaming service.
Sources: Disney board rehired Bob Iger after complaints from senior leadership, including CFO Christine McCarthy, about Bob Chapek's management of the company  —  - Disney's board reached out to Bob Iger on Friday about coming back as CEO.  — Senior Disney leadership had concerns with Chapek's management of the company.
Bob Iger tells employees Disney plans to restructure in the coming weeks, starting with the departure of Kareem Daniel, its head of media and entertainment
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