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💡 WEEKEND NEWS. Bob Iger comes back as Disney CEO. BBC ignored open ceremony of World Cup. Elon Musk has reinstated Donald Trump. A «license to kill» from Biden.

‼️ Bob Iger will come back and replace Bob Chapek as Disney CEO. «The Board has concluded that as Disney embarks on an increasingly complex period of industry transformation, Bob Iger is uniquely situated to lead the Company through this pivotal period» / THR

👍 BBC ignored the entire open ceremony of World Cup in Qatar in favour of a broadcast criticising the treatment of migrant workers, highlighting corruption at Fifa and discussing the ban on homosexuality in Qatar. And that was just in the opening two minutes / Guardian

🆘 Elon Musk has reinstated Donald Trump’s Twitter account after users on the social media platform voted by a slim majority to lift a ban on the former US president (51% vs 48%). «The people have spoken. Trump will be reinstated. Vox Populi, Vox Dei» / Elon Musk

🤔 Kara Swisher told on CNN that Twitter “absolutely” could collapse under Elon Musk’s leadership / Mediaite

😲 Washington Post slams the White House decision to grant immunity to Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman in Jamal Khashoggi’s case. The newspaper called the immunity — «license to kill» / Washington Post twitter

💁🏻‍♂️ Times group managing editor Craig Tregurtha is stepping down as group managing editor of The Times and Sunday Times after 10 years in the role and leaving News UK after 25 years / Press Gazette

📊 Data and analytics platform DoubleVerify: Global digital content consumption continues to soar —55% of people report spending more time each day consuming content now than they did pre-pandemic / WNIP

🇨🇦 Parliamentary hearings for Canada’s Online News Act (aka «Techs, pay for using our news and giving us the traffic») restarted on Friday, where the committee was expected to begin clause-by-clause consideration / CJR