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Max Goldbart / Deadline:
BBC World Service plans to close some stations or make them digital-only and relocate some staff away from UK, leading to ~382 lost jobs, aiming to save £30M
Maggie Haberman's book details Trump berating George Stephanopoulos over follow-up interview questions, Murdoch revealing his succession plan to Trump, and more
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Substack announces new features to help newsletters increase subscribers, including a referral program, and acquires email marketing startup Yem
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