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Katie Kilkenny / The Hollywood Reporter:
After talks on September 20, the WGA and AMPTP release a joint statement saying negotiations will continue on September 21, a first during the strike
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Nonprofit newsroom The City cuts staff hours by 20%, taking advantage of NY state's work-share program; reporter Tom Robbins quit to help stave off job losses
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Actor Stephen Fry warns about the dangers of AI after finding an unauthorized version of his voice he claims was generated from his Harry Potter book narration
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