Onstage at Code Media, Apple SVP Eddy Cue, along with Propagate Content’s Ben Silverman and “The Late Late Show” executive producer Ben Winston, talked about Apple’s untraditional approach to making TV shows. Cue also premiered extended trailers for “Planet of the Apps” and “Carpool Karaoke.” Watch the interview here. — [April Glaser / Recode]
More from Code Media: Brian Robbins, CEO of AwesomenessTV, says millennials are losing their clout in pop culture and media companies should focus on Gen Z, and producer Jason Blum explains how he turns low-budget films into blockbusters. Two livestreams today: Chef Marcus Samuelsson and BuzzFeed’s Ashley McCollum at 9:35 am PT, and the Washington Post’s Marty Baron at 11:45 am PT. — [Recode staff]
President Trump's national security adviser, Michael Flynn, resigned after it was revealed that he had misled the White House about holding discussions with a Russian diplomat before he was authorized. — [Maggie Haberman, Matthew Rosenberg, Matt Apuzzo and Glenn Thrush / New York Times]
When Joanna Coles, the former Cosmopolitan editor who is now Hearst’s chief of content, was named to Snap’s board, a news report said her compensation was a fraction of her male counterparts’. It wasn’t true, but it was all too believable. — [Kara Swisher / Recode]
Disney has severed ties with YouTube star Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg after he posted a series of videos that included anti-Semitic jokes or Nazi imagery. — [Rolfe Winkler, Jack Nicas and Ben Fritz / Wall Street Journal]
One of the reasons for the exodus of talent from Google’s car project over the last year? A compensation system that paid team veterans so much that they felt free to pursue other opportunities. — [Alistair Barr and Mark Bergen / Bloomberg]
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