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9:10 PM ET, November 28, 2022


 Top News: 
Juli Clover / MacRumors:
Elon Musk says Apple mostly stopped advertising on Twitter, asking “do they hate free speech in America?”  —  Apple has cut back on its Twitter advertising, according to Twitter CEO Elon Musk.  In a tweet, Musk said that Apple has “mostly stopped” its Twitter ads, asking if Apple hates “free speech.”
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Elon Musk tweets a fake CNN headline image with Don Lemon saying “Elon Musk could threaten free speech on Twitter by literally allowing people to speak freely”  —  Elon Musk, the mega-billionaire who is the new owner of Twitter, on Monday posted a meme with a fake headline attributed …
Washington Post:
Source: in Q1 2022, Apple was the top advertiser on Twitter, spending $48M and accounting for over 4% of Twitter's revenue that quarter  —  In a series of tweets, the billionaire says Apple also has mostly stopped advertising on Twitter  —  Elon Musk on Monday went on a tear against Apple …
Joseph Menn / Washington Post:
Researchers: China seems to be flooding Twitter with porn tweets mentioning places where people are protesting, overwhelming Twitter's reduced moderation team  —  For hours, links to adult content overwhelmed other posts from cities where dramatic rallies escalated
Financial Times:
Sources: Twitter's ads team has shrunk so much after layoffs that ad agencies complain its ads systems are now buggy and that they lack a point of contact there
Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
The Guardian, NYT, Le Monde, Der Spiegel, and El País, which were the first to publish WikiLeaks material, urge the US to end its prosecution of Julian Assange  —  First outlets to publish WikiLeaks material, including the Guardian, come together to oppose prosecution
Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
A look at Post.News, a Twitter alternative with an emphasis on moderation and a plan to let users access news from multiple publishers using micropayments  —  When I opened on Monday morning, the top story in my Explore feed was an inspirational story about a cartoon alpaca.
The Guardian:
The BBC says journalist Ed Lawrence, who was covering protests in Shanghai, was detained for several hours and beaten by police, without a credible explanation  —  Journalist Ed Lawrence was beaten after being arrested at a protest against China's strict Covid restrictions, broadcaster says
Alex Sherman / CNBC:
In the first town hall after returning to Disney, Bob Iger says he won't stop a hiring freeze, will assess cost structure, and aims to make streaming profitable  —  Disney Chief Executive Officer Bob Iger said he won't remove the company's hiring freeze and that he will reassess …
Sara Guaglione / Digiday:
The Washington Post grows its climate and environment team from six in 2018 to 30+ in 2022, aiming to attract younger readers who are passionate about the topic  —  The Washington Post has grown its climate and environment team from six in 2018 to now more than 30 people.
New York Times:
Yahoo takes a ~25% stake in Taboola and plans to use Taboola's ad tech as part of a 30-year exclusive deal expected to generate $1B+ in annual revenue  —  Yahoo's chief executive sees the deal as a long-term bet on digital advertising.  The companies estimate that their ad partnership will generate $1 billion annually.
Netflix hasn't released box office figures for Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery; sources estimate it earned $15M+ during its week-long run in ~600 theaters  —  Netflix is staying tight-lipped about the box office performance of “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.”
Riley de León / CNBC:
Time President Keith Grossman, a staunch advocate of crypto and NFTs at Time, is leaving to be the president of enterprise at crypto trading service MoonPay  —  - Time president Keith Grossman is leaving the legacy publisher to take on a new role as the president of enterprise at crypto trading platform MoonPay, effective December 31.
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Jon Lafayette / Next TV:
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Kanishka Singh / Reuters:
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CNN names Phil Mattingly as its Chief White House Correspondent and MJ Lee as Senior White House Correspondent
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Charlotte Tobitt / Press Gazette:
John McAndrew, who was GB News' editorial director and director of news and programmes at its launch, joins the BBC as director of news programmes
Charlotte Tobitt / Press Gazette:
The Financial Times announces leadership changes: Janine Gibson becomes FT Weekend editor, Matthew Garrahan will lead digital platforms and strategy, and more
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R.T. Watson / Wall Street Journal:
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Federica Cherubini / Reuters Institute:
A survey of 136 news leaders from 39 countries: 61% say their organization has largely embraced hybrid and flexible work, 20% want a pre-pandemic working model