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Kelsey Weekman / BuzzFeed News:
After YouTuber Mr. Beast made a video about paying for 1,000 blind people's eye surgery, critics raise questions about “stunt philanthropy” and “charity porn”
Scott Roxborough / The Hollywood Reporter:
Q&A with CEO of FilmRise Danny Fisher, the largest independent content provider to AVOD services, on finding undervalued shows, his business model, and more
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Canada's Overstory Media Group, which presented itself as a local news savior and set a goal of hiring 250 journalists by 2023, has 22 journalists after layoffs
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