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10:35 AM ET, February 22, 2023


 Top News: 
Charlotte Klein / Vanity Fair:
Dozens of New York Times staff object to the NewsGuild of New York head's letter affirming the right to criticize the newspaper, amid a feud over trans coverage  —  Some of the paper's top reporters signed a letter objecting to the Guild's response to newsroom leaders.
Sources: Viacom18, which bought Indian Premier League cricket streaming rights for $2.7B in 2022, plans to stream the games for free with ads  —  Billionaire Mukesh Ambani's conglomerate will stream Indian Premier League cricket games for free, according to people familiar with the matter …
Greg Bensinger / Reuters:
Over 200 e-books in Amazon's Kindle Store listed ChatGPT as an author as of mid-February 2023, as some worry that generative AI could commoditize book writing  —  Until recently, Brett Schickler never imagined he could be a published author, though he had dreamed about it.
Knight Foundation:
Knight Foundation invests $5M in the nonprofit Signal Akron, set to become part of Signal Ohio, which recently launched its first newsroom in Cleveland  —  The $5 million investment, along with support from American Journalism Project and Akron's philanthropic community, will improve local news in this Knight city
Andrew Chung / Reuters:
SCOTUS declines to hear Wikimedia's challenge of the NSA's warrantless Upstream surveillance of foreign targets, leaving in place a lower court's 2015 dismissal  —  The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear a bid by the operator of the popular Wikipedia internet encyclopedia …
The New York Times Company:
A.O. Scott, The New York Times' co-chief film critic, is moving to the outlet's Book Review to write about “literature, ideas, and intellectual life”  —  We are thrilled to announce that long-time film critic A.O. Scott will be moving to the Book Review.
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Eduardo Suárez / Reuters Institute:
An interview with Nick Waters, a journalist on the Bellingcat team that collects, verifies, and archives social media evidence of war crimes in Ukraine
James Hercher / AdExchanger:
Walmart's ad revenue grew nearly 30% YoY to $2.7B in 2022, led by Walmart Connect in the US and Flipkart Ads, and over 20% YoY in Q4 2022
Ashley Carman / Bloomberg:
Source and memo: Max Cutler, Spotify's head of audio talk shows and partnerships who oversaw deals with creators like Joe Rogan, is leaving to start a company
Mike Petro / Buffalo News:
The Buffalo News plans to close its downtown production facility later in 2023 and move print operations to Cleveland, affecting ~160 jobs across eight unions
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Lawrence Hurley / NBC News:
SCOTUS rejects Anthony Novak's appeal that claimed Ohio police violated his constitutional rights by arresting him for his satirical Facebook posts about them
Michael Kan / PCMag:
Sci-fi outlet Clarkesworld suspends short story submissions, citing a surge in AI-generated stories from people who only care about “making a quick buck”
Michael M. Grynbaum / New York Times:
Biden's former press secretary Jen Psaki plans to start hosting Inside With Jen Psaki, a weekly hourlong MSNBC talk show airing on Sundays at noon, on March 19
Washington Post:
A recap of oral arguments before SCOTUS in Gonzalez v. Google, where justices appeared to struggle to define where Section 230's legal shield should end

From Techmeme:

Katharine Gemmell / Bloomberg:
The UK CMA says Microsoft's revised offer to acquire Activision, which includes selling some gaming rights to Ubisoft, appears to address its concerns

Sergiu Gatlan / BleepingComputer:
Apple releases emergency updates for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and watchOS to patch three new zero-day vulnerabilities, for a total of 16 zero-days fixed in 2023

Jay Peters / The Verge:
X plans to deprecate Circles on October 31, 2023; users will not be able to create new posts nor add people to their Circle but will be able to remove people

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