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Views of the News Preview: NBC Won't Broadcast 2022 Golden Globes

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NBC says it won’t broadcast the Golden Globe Awards in 2022, responding to on-going controversies surrounding the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Is another network likely to pick it up, or could this be the beginning of the end for the annual awards event? Also, the Justice Department seizure of reporters’ telephone and email records, a new executive editor at the Washington Post, and Facebook’s latest attempt to stop the spread of misinformation.

Michael Schneider, Variety: “NBC will not air Golden Globes in 2022 due to ongoing HFPA controversy

Kyle Buchanan, New York Times: “Hollywood might not want to save the Golden Globes

Michael Schneider, Variety: “Warner Media joins HFPA and Golden Globes boycott, regrets industry ‘tolerated’ members’ behavior

Frank Pallotta & Brian Lowry, CNN: “NBC will not air the next Golden Globes after diversity controversy

Matt Stevens & Cara Buckley, New York Times: “NBC says it will not air the Golden Globes in 2022

Mike Fleming Jr., Deadline: “Tom Cruise returns his three Golden Globe trophies to join protest against HFPA

Sarah Whitten, CNBC: "Golden Globes viewership sinks to 13-year low, as awards show loses two-thirds of audience"

Seizing phone records

Devlin Barrett, Washington Post: “Trump Justice Department secretly obtained Post reporters’ phone records

Edward Helmore, The Guardian: “Trump DoJ seized Washington Post reporters’ phone records, paper says

Ryan Lizza, POLITICO: “POLITICO Playbook: “How the threats to Biden’s presidency got real this week

Jon Allsop, Columbia Journalism Review: “The Trump administration spied on journalists. The Biden administration defended it.

Carrie Johnson, NPR: “Justice Department secretly obtains AP phone records” (2013)

Buzbee to lead WaPo

Paul Farhi, Washington Post: “Sally Buzbee of the Associated Press named executive editor of The Washington Post, the first woman to lead the newsroom

Kerry Flynn, CNN: “Sally Buzbee will be first woman to lead Washington Post as new executive editor

Chris Roush, Talking Biz News: “Buzbee named executive editor at Washington Post

Sara Fischer, Axios: “Washington Post names AP’s Sally Buzbee as executive editor

Status of remote workers

Cathy Merrill, Washington Post: “Opinion: As a CEO, I worry about the erosion of office culture with more remote work

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Opinion: Washingtonian staffers orchestrate work stoppage over CEO’s ‘public threat to our livelihoods’

Kerry Flynn, CNN: “Washingtonian staffers protest CEO’s ‘public threat’ to return to in-person work

Maxwell Tani, The Daily Beast: “Washingtonian CEO apologizes for op-ed ‘threat’ to staffers’ jobs if they don’t return to office

Charlie Warzel, Substack: “The future of work is not threatening your employees

Did you read that?

Mitchell Clark, The Verge: “Facebook wants to make sure you’ve read the article you’re about to share

Taylor Hatmaker, Tech Crunch: “Facebook is testing pop-up messages telling people to read a link before they share it

Shirin Ghaffary, Recode: “Facebook will push you to read articles before you share them

José Adorno, 9to5 Mac: “Facebook begins testing ‘read before you share’ pop-up

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AMY SIMONS teaches multi-platform reporting and editing to students in the convergence journalism interest area.