Microsoft: If You're Going to Game Wikipedia? Do It Right
Microsoft lands in hot water for offer to pay for Wikipedia edits
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UK Culture Secretary confirms the BBC TV license fee will be frozen at £159 for two years, but says the funding model will be reviewed before December 2027
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FX Research: a record 559 scripted original TV series were released in 2021, up 13% YoY, likely due to 2020 shows being delayed by COVID-19 production shutdowns
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Inside Entertainment Weekly a year after it fired its top editor amid misconduct allegations, as a staffer in an internal email says the outlet is now “a joke”
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