He'll also "give a lecture about glitter-gun safety."
David Fahrenthold is going on The Daily Show
Breitbart alumni launch 'populist-nationalist' group
"Former Breitbart News reporters are founding a pro-Trump advocacy group."
First Draft News launches fact-checking Chrome extension
"NewsCheck is a Chrome extension that prompts you to work through a verification checklist and then allows others to see how you authenticated an image or video."
Pravda on the checkout line
"It’s easy to imagine that tabloids don’t matter; the Enquirer is a relatively small voice in the media kingdom, with a weekly circulation of only 342,071, down from the 5.9 million it commanded in the 1970s. But that misses the importance of the constant cultural background noise it adds to American life."
Condé Nast on edge ahead of restructuring
"The company consolidated its creative, copy and research teams, as staffers ready for a broader restructuring."
Guardian U.S. CEO Eamonn Store exits
The Guardian has been hemorrhaging money in recent years. Store will be replaced by Evelyn Webster of Time Inc.
CNN vs. Trump
"A week before the inauguration, CNN is at war with an incoming president, not necessarily for what it reported but for what its reporting unleashed."
CNN defends Trump-Russia scoop
"If you were wondering how CNN would proceed after being trashed by President-elect Donald Trump and his advisors this week, the first 15 minutes of tonight’s AC360 should make it very clear."
Ad-supported digital media isn’t dying, says Quartz president
Jay Lauf, the president of Quartz, says there's reason to be optimistic amid a digital advertising downturn.
A message to my doomed colleagues in the American media
Takeaways from Trump's first post-election press conference, from a Moscow-based journalist.
BBC sets up team to debunk fake news
“'The BBC can’t edit the internet, but we won’t stand aside either,' Harding said. 'We will fact check the most popular outliers on Facebook, Instagram and other social media.'"
Rudy Giuliani: Trump is trying to restore "a free press"
"'It is refreshing and it is very good for our democracy that we have a president that is trying to get us back to a free press,' Giuliani said while discussing the president-elect’s handling of the media during his first news conference in 167 days."
Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos bought the biggest house in D.C.
"The home — the largest in Washington — sold Oct. 21 for $23 million in cash (a million over its list price) to a buyer described in public documents as the Cherry Revocable Trust."
Journalists demand leniency for general who leaked hacking news
"Cartwright, 67, requested probation, and included letters seeking to help him avoid prison from two journalists whose interviews formed the basis of charges, from the former executive editor of The Washington Post, and from a bipartisan group of current and former senior government officials, members of Congress and military leaders."
Wall Street Journal settles libel lawsuit
"The Wall Street Journal said Thursday a libel lawsuit brought by billionaire casino magnate Sheldon Adelson against one of its reporters has been settled. The suit stemmed from a 2012 article that described Mr. Adelson as 'foul-mouthed.'"