In the news this week, Vice finally launches its nightly news program on HBO, which gets mixed reviews. News organizations like CNBC, Fortune and Time drop online polls after the second presidential debate. And what do Comcast and Wells Fargo have in common? Getting fined for mistreating customers. Politico’s Joe Pompeo joins us to talk about the Wall Street Journal’s umpteenth digital-first revamp, and our Metric of the Week is “content segments.” We go one-on-one with Jenni Sargent of First Draft to talk about how social platforms are on board with a coalition of publishers to help verify breaking news on social media.

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