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David Folkenflik / NPR:
CNN is canceling the weekly media show Reliable Sources, and host Brian Stelter is leaving the network; Reliable Sources' final episode will air on August 21
Alexander Gladstone / Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Cineworld, owner of Regal Cinemas, is preparing to file for bankruptcy in the US after struggling to rebuild attendance since the pandemic
Alexandra Steigrad / New York Post:
The New York Daily News' union blasts Alden Global Capital, the newspaper's owner, for working conditions it says are causing staffers to “quit in droves”
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