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Q&A with Society of Professional Journalists treasurer Israel Balderas, as membership and revenue dwindle; its foundation still has $14M in the bank
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Negotiations between SAG-AFTRA and video game companies end without a deal; the current contract will continue as the sides “make final efforts to reach a deal”
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