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David Folkenflik / NPR:
NPR Chief News Executive Nancy Barnes announces she will leave the network in November 2022, prompted by the CEO's move to create an executive role above her
Laura Wagner / Defector:
Memo: Axios encourages employees to buy and expense six copies of Smart Brevity, a new book by Axios' co-founders, post a photo on social media, and review it
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
The verdict against Project Veritas upends the organization's claims of doing undercover journalism; one Project Veritas operative pitched a voter fraud scheme
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