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Michael Schneider / Variety:
Oprah's non-exclusive deal with Apple, announced in 2018, is ending; a source says both sides agreed to continue to work together on a project-by-project basis
Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
Sources: Buckingham Palace told the BBC, ITV, and Sky News that they can only retain 60 minutes of approved footage from 10 days of the Queen's commemorations
Baz Bamigboye / Deadline:
Netflix plans to release The Crown's fifth season on November 9; the service created protocols in 2016 about the show in the event of the Queen's death
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