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Subject Daily Briefing of Media News
Date November 12, 2019 2:16 PM
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Pew Research Center
Journalism & Media
November 12, 2019

Daily Briefing of Media News [link removed]
In Today's news: Student journalists at Northwestern face backlash for apology, Twitter announces exceptions to its political ad ban and staff at Hearst Magazines announce plans to form a union with the Writers Guild America East.
Top Stories
Student journalists at Northwestern apologized for photographing protesters. Then, the backlash began. ([link removed])
Katie Shepherd / The Washington Post / Nov 12, 2019

Twitter will make exceptions to its political ad ban. Here’s one of them. ([link removed])
Alex Kantrowitz / BuzzFeed / Nov 11, 2019

Hearst Magazines staffers unionizing across two dozen publications, forming giant for Writers Guild of America ([link removed])
Maxwell Tani / The Daily Beast / Nov 11, 2019

Sports News
View: I was fired from Deadspin for refusing to ‘stick to sports’ ([link removed])
Barry Petchesky / The New York Times / Nov 11, 2019

Television News
TV’s evening-news battle spills out of its time slot ([link removed])
Brain Steinberg / Variety / Nov 11, 2019

Fox legal analyst Napolitano emerges as Trump critic ([link removed])
David Bauder / The Associated Press / Nov 11, 2019

Press & Government
Watergate hearings were a TV spectacle. Now veteran journalists are demanding PBS offer the same access. ([link removed])
Meagan Flynn / The Washington Post / Nov 11, 2019

News Magazines
The Boomers’ media behemoth ([link removed])
Sara Fischer / Axios / Nov 12, 2019

Media Business
The Athletic, Axios raising money as rivals consolidate ([link removed])
Jessica Toonkel, Tom Dotan / The Information / Nov 11, 2019

Liberty Media wants to build up podcasting business [Subscription Required] ([link removed])
Micah Maidenberg / The Wall Street Journal / Nov 11, 2019

Twitter takes steps to keep UK election ‘healthy and safe’ ([link removed])
Paul Sandle / Reuters / Nov 11, 2019

Al Jazeera to Facebook: Get your shit together on disinformation ([link removed])
David Uberti / Vice / Nov 11, 2019

In Germany, focusing on this metric let a newspaper increase reader loyalty (and subscribers too) ([link removed])
David Maas / Nieman Journalism Lab / Nov 12, 2019

The BBC has apologized after using old footage of Boris Johnson laying a wreath ([link removed])
Mark Di Stefano / BuzzFeed / Nov 11, 2019

The Daily Briefing of Media News is edited by Amy Mitchell and Katerina Eva Matsa and compiled by Pew Research Center staff, including: Michael Barthel, Jeffrey Gottfried, Elizabeth Grieco, Maya Khuzam, Elisa Shearer, Galen Stocking, Mason Walker and Kirsten Worden.

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