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8:00 AM ET, November 24, 2022

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New York Times:
Sources: Sunday Ticket media rights have become protracted because the NFL wants to bundle other media assets, including NFL Network and the NFL RedZone  —  Talks for Sunday Ticket are expected to spill into next year, as Apple faces increased competition from Google for the league's last available TV rights.
Tommy Christopher / Mediaite:
Some White House press corps members objected to lack of access to Naomi Biden's wedding, after Vogue posted a story on the event, with images shot in advance  —  The White House Press corps is up in arms over a Vogue cover story on the wedding of President Joe Biden's granddaughter Naomi Biden …
Alex Frangos / Wall Street Journal:
Major News Corp and Fox shareholder Independent Franchise Partners opposes the merger, saying it would not realize News Corp's “substantial intrinsic value”  —  Independent Franchise Partners, one of the largest non-Murdoch holders of both companies, says a combination on its own …
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 …
Washington Post:
Sources detail Elon Musk's rapid dismantling of Twitter's safety work, narrowing its scope to whatever he deems violent, threatening “sticks and stones” talk  —  Amid the wider turmoil since his takeover last month, Musk has moved rapidly to undermine Twitter's deliberative content moderation system
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Washington Post:
Pathmatics: over a third of Twitter's top 100 clients, including Mars and Jeep, as well as 14 of the top 50, haven't advertised on Twitter in the past two weeks
Lucas Shaw / Bloomberg:
Sources: Amazon plans to spend $1B+ per year to produce and release movies for theaters, starting with a few releases in 2023, and eventually 12 to 15 annually  —  Amazon.com Inc. plans to spend more than $1 billion a year to produce movies that it will release in theaters …
Sarah Krouse / Wall Street Journal:
Bob Iger returns to a more competitive and challenging streaming landscape and should steer Disney+ to profitability without cannibalizing Disney's other units  —  Incoming CEO championed Disney+, but needs to steer streaming business toward profitability without cannibalizing other Disney units
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Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Bob Iger loomed large over Bob Chapek's short tenure as Disney CEO, leading Chapek to complain that he was being undermined as soon as he was promoted
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Mark Cuban's interactive streaming app Fireside acquires streaming platform Stremium and plans to launch on smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and other devices  —  Mark Cuban-backed streaming app Fireside, which today offers podcasters and other creators a way to host interactive …
Discussion: Variety
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
None of the major US media outlets that predicted a “red wave” at the midterms regret the prediction or seem to be holding discussions on improving the coverage  —  Journalists, it turns out, are poor oceanographers.  —  As election returns rolled in on Nov. 8 …
Patrick Frater / Variety:
Podcast network Luminary launches in India, which PwC says is the third largest podcast consumer market at 56.7M monthly listeners  —  Launched originally in the U.S. in 2018, Luminary operates a premium podcasting platform addressing a subscription audience with “smart and entertaining content.”
Discussion: Livemint and Business Insider
Patricia Nilsson / Financial Times:
Omdia: in 2022, Alphabet, Amazon, Meta, and Apple are on pace to take 68% of ~$500B in online ad revenue made by non-China companies, driven by video campaigns  —  TV and film companies are racing to capture some of the marketing cash pouring into the likes of YouTube
Discussion: Music Ally and The Drum
Joe Otterson / Variety:
Amazon plans to release an eight-episode series about the FTX scandal, produced by the Russo brothers' company, AGBO, with David Weil set to write the pilot  —  An eight-episode limited series about the FTX scandal from Joe and Anthony Russo's production company, AGBO, has been set up at Amazon, Variety has learned exclusively.
 
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Andy Maxwell / TorrentFreak:
A California court awarded Columbia, Paramount, Disney, Warner, Universal, and Amazon $51.6M in copyright damages against operators of Nitro TV, an IPTV service
Robbie Whelan / Wall Street Journal:
Sources: China grants Disney permission to release Avatar: The Way Of Water on December 16; the last seven Marvel movies haven't received release dates in China
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WBTV-TV:
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
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