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Jeter announced he would be the publisher of The Players’ Tribune, saying it would be a way for sports stars “to connect directly with our fans, with no filter.”







The paper, saying it needed to reduce costs to safeguard profitability, said it would cut about 100 news jobs and a smaller number in other operations.







The deal, for $950 million in cash, is the latest, and largest, by Rupert Murdoch’s publishing arm as it seeks to add operations that stretch beyond newspapers.







Five aspiring female directors will be chosen to make short films based on “Twilight” characters, and the mini-movies will be shown exclusively on Facebook next year.







An executive of Mondelez International, which ran a spot featuring nontraditional families, said, “Being fearless is the only answer right now.”







The retailer is discouraging sales of Hachette titles. The 2012 Republican vice presidential candidate’s new book is an exception.







Regal Cinemas and Cinemark said Tuesday that they would not screen the film, which will debut simultaneously on Netflix and on some Imax screens.







A new show, “Mulaney,” on Fox, goes against the grain for network TV by using the traditional multicamera comedy format, shot on a stage with a studio audience.







Netflix and the Weinstein Company said that they planned to release a sequel to the movie “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” simultaneously on Netflix and a select number of Imax theaters.







The opening panel at the annual gathering was meant to suggest that success on Madison Avenue could be just as rewarding — and elusive — as success on a field, pitch or gridiron.







Indian journalists rallied Monday in support of a television host who was harassed by supporters of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.







The former tabloid editor and CNN host will write several times a week for the popular American website of the British newspaper.







The National Football League argued that ending the rule would endanger the availability of games on free television, but the commission said that was unlikely.

Two groups will file shareholder resolutions with the parent companies of the six major studios to demand stronger studio controls on youth-rated movies that depict smoking.







Two advocacy groups left for Turkey to meet with the officials, who may include President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.







A federal judge in Manhattan found that the music service violated copyright law by uploading nearly 6,000 songs without permission.







For most of its existence, the magazine specialized in covers that were calmly reflective and artistic, but they have turned timely, political and poignant.







If the commission, which is expected to vote on the rule on Tuesday, strikes it down, cable and satellite providers could show games even if they are not sold out.







The app, FireChat, which allows messaging without the use of cellular or Internet connections, gained use amid rumors that the Hong Kong government would cut off Internet access.

The pioneering digital music store said Monday that it would no longer carry music from the major labels Sony, Universal and Warner.

Chinese censors block Instagram, and a directive from the central propaganda department in Beijing orders websites to delete any mention of the pro-democracy uprising in Hong Kong.







The Cumberland Packing Corporation’s line of In the Raw products gets a family tree-themed marketing campaign.







Thermador picks ELA as its lead strategic agency of record and BooneOakley of Charlotte, N.C., is the new agency for Champions of Education.







A comment on a hotel’s campaign, and a search for a 50-year-old advertising campaign.







A new website measures how untrue stories can spread around the Internet more quickly than the facts.

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