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8:15 PM ET, January 11, 2023

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New York Times:
Noah Oppenheim is leaving NBC News in a reorganization; NBCUniversal appoints Rebecca Blumenstein, a top New York Times editor, as NBC News' editorial president  —  The appointment of Ms. Blumenstein, a deputy managing editor at The Times, is a part of a broad overhaul of the news division at NBCUniversal.
Frank Landymore / Futurism:
CNET has been using AI, which it calls automation technology, to write financial explainer posts under a CNET Money Staff byline, apparently since November 2022  —  Next time you're on your favorite news site, you might want to double check the byline to see if it was written by an actual human.
The Information:
Sources: GroupM clients cut Twitter ad spend by 40%-50% since Elon Musk took over; Standard Media Index is seeing fewer January and February ad bookings in 2023  —  Twitter's ad business is not recovering.  —  Clients of WPP-owned GroupM, the world's largest ad-buying firm …
Helen Coster / Reuters:
Union email: Dow Jones, which owns The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, and MarketWatch, is laying off staff; no WSJ newsroom cuts are expected in this round  —  Dow Jones, a division of News Corp that includes the financial news outlets the Wall Street Journal, Barron's and MarketWatch …
Brooks Barnes / New York Times:
NBC broadcasting the tarnished Golden Globes again shows the awards are about business and Hollywood has dropped any pretense of celebrating artistic excellence  —  Amid a few awkward moments, the industry's stars mostly embraced the chance to accept film and TV trophies in hopes of a bump in business and award-season momentum.
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Gabe Cohn / New York Times:
A complete list of the 2023 winners at the 80th Golden Globe Awards hosted by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association
Makena Kelly / The Verge:
Sources: Parler's parent company laid off ~75% of its staff and most of its chief executives over the past few weeks, leaving the social app with ~20 employees  —  Parlement Technologies, the parent company of “censorship-free” social media platform Parler, has laid off a majority of its staff …
Dan Zak / Washington Post:
A look at Matt Yglesias' boring journey toward the political center, as 13,000+ Substack users pay $80/year for his slightly contrarian, mildly annoying takes  —  The Washington ur-blogger's slightly contrarian, mildly annoying, somewhat influential, very lucrative path toward the political center
Thomas Seal / Bloomberg:
Sports streaming service DAZN reports revenue up 79% to $1.56B in 2021, but losses grew 79% to $2.3B as sports rights costs soared from $1.2B in 2020 to $1.9B  —  Losses at DAZN Group Ltd., the sports streaming platform backed by billionaire Len Blavatnik, swelled 79% to $2.3 billion in 2021 as it poured money into top soccer rights.
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Jessica Chasmar / Fox News:
US Representative Matt Gaetz introduces an amendment to allow C-SPAN cameras on the House floor during normal proceedings, replacing the “antiquated” pool view
 
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Dan Milmo / The Guardian:
The Guardian confirms the outlet was hit with a ransomware attack in December 2022 and that the personal data of UK staff was accessed, possibly via phishing
Tyler Coates / The Hollywood Reporter:
Netflix plans to stream the SAG Awards globally starting in 2024, as part of a multiyear deal; the 2023 ceremony will stream on Netflix's YouTube channel
Wall Street Journal:
Sources: in late 2022, Netflix stopped letting director-level staff see other employees' salaries, a major shift for a company offering rare pay transparency
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Justin Baragona / The Daily Beast:
Cybersecurity reporter Eric Geller is no longer with Politico after an inflammatory December 31 tweet he sent and then deleted about the late Pope Benedict XVI
Alex Weprin / The Hollywood Reporter:
WWE co-CEO Stephanie McMahon resigns, less than a week after her father, Vince, fired three board members, replacing them with himself and two former executives
 

 
From Techmeme:

Andrew Williams / Wired:
Apple may not be bringing Apple Intelligence to iPhone 15, which has 6GB of RAM vs. iPhone 15 Pro's 8GB, due to RAM requirements for on-device AI processing

Brian Krebs / Krebs on Security:
Report: alleged ringleader of the Scattered Spider hacking group was arrested in Spain; sources: the accused is a 22-year-old Scottish man named Tyler Buchanan

Juli Clover / MacRumors:
Apple added a Vocal Shortcuts accessibility feature in iOS 18 that lets users give Siri a new wake word, such as “hello, computer”

 
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