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Gannett says it received ~1,000 applications for two jobs, covering Taylor Swift and Beyoncé, including from award-winning journalists and TikTok influencers
Jason Bailey / New York Times:
Using “content” to describe art and entertainment, as Variety did in a tweet, flattens many professions into one and purposefully minimizes creators' work
SAG-AFTRA and the AMPTP say they plan to “resume negotiations for a new TV/theatrical contract” on October 2, after the WGA ended its strike on September 27
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