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Views Preview: What's Next for #MeToo Following Weinstein Conviction?

Feb 25, 2020

Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein awaits his sentence for rape and criminal sexual action. With calls for people to keep coming forward to report misconduct, what’s next in the reporting of the #MeToo movement?

Jeremy Barr, The Hollywood Reporter: “Harvey Weinstein guilty: “Jury convicts him of rape, criminal sexual act

Staff, New York Times: “Full coverage: Harvey Weinstein is found guilty of rape

Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey, Grace Ashford, Catrin Einhorn & Ellen Gabler, New York Times: “’Finally’: Ashley Judd and other Weinstein accusers respond to verdict

Adam B. Vary, Variety: “Anthony Rapp hopes Weinstein verdict will encourage more victims to speak out

Greg Evans, Deadline: “Annabella Sciorra calls Weinstein testimony ‘painful but necessary’ after jury acquits on her charges

Brian Flood, Fox News: “Ronan Farrow praises Harvey Weinstein’s accusers for fighting ‘at great personal cost and risk’

André Wheeler & Adam Gabbatt, The Guardian: “Harvey Weinstein booked into Rikers Island jail after landmark #MeToo trial

Mary Altaffer, Associated Press: “AP Photos: A corps of women covering the Weinstein trial

No more NDA’s

Katie Robertson, New York Times: “Condé Nast to limit the use of NDA’s

Kerry Flynn, CNN Business: “Condé Nast, owner of The New Yorker and other magazines, will stop using NDAs for harassment and discrimination

Mark Niquette & Max Abelson, Bloomberg: “Michael Bloomberg will release some women from NDAs if they ask

Benajmin Swasey & Juana Summers, NPR: “Bloomberg: 3 women who made ‘complaints about comments’ can seek NDA releases

Jon Levine, New York Post: “Warren, Biden say Bloomberg’s NDA reversal ‘not good enough’

Bloomberg’s social media strategies

Suhauna Hussain & Jeff Bercovici, Los Angeles Times: “Twitter is suspending 70 pro-Bloomberg accounts, citing ‘platform manipulation’

Sheera Frenkel & Davey Alba, New York Times: “Digital edits, a paid army: “Bloomberg is ‘destroying norms’ on social media

Julia Carrie Wong, The Guardian: “$45m, 1.6bn views and ‘Crazy Donald’: How Bloomberg bought your Facebook feed

Jesselyn Cook, HuffPost: “Twitter says new rules would likely mean disclaimer for Mike Bloomberg’s debate video

Covering Sanders

Jon Allsop, Columbia Journalism Review: “As Bernie Sanders wins in Nevada, pundits freak out

Joe Concha, The Hill: “Chris Matthews faces calls for resignation after comparing Sanders victory to Nazi invasion

Paul Farhi & Jenna Johnson, Washington Post: “Bernie Sanders criticizes MSNBC over coverage of his campaign

Derrick Robertson, POLITICO: “How ‘The Onion’ went full-on Bernie Bro

Meet The Beacon

The Beacon: https://www.thebeacon.media/about

Mark Jacob, Local News Initiative: “New Kansas City Newsroom on the runway ‘Start-ups tend to help each other’

Battling in Memphis

Ken Doctor, Nieman Lab: “Newsonomics: In Memphis’ unexpected news war, The Daily Memphian’s model demands attention

Mark Russell, The Atlantic: “In defense of The Commercial Appeal

Rick Edmonds, Poynter: “In Memphis, a non-profit site will launch with a staff of 25 and a huge war chest

Newspaper, coffee and cocktails

Sasha von Oldershausen, New York Times: “Marfa’s answer to the collapse of local news: coffee and cocktails

Netflix’s Top Ten

Netflix: “Now – for the first time – you can see what’s popular on Netflix

Nick Turner, Bloomberg: “Netflix to rank popularity of shows in move toward transparency

Todd Spangler, Variety: “Netflix launches top 10 daily rankings of most popular titles by country

Sarah Perez, Tech Crunch: “New Netflix feature reveals the top 10 most popular programs on its service