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Naman Ramachandran / Variety:
UK Culture Secretary confirms the BBC TV license fee will be frozen at £159 for two years, but says the funding model will be reviewed before December 2027
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Arena Group, formerly Maven, will buy AMG/Parade, owner of Parade magazine, for $16M and expects to report $180M in revenue for 2021, 60% from subscriptions
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Profile of Jodie Ginsberg, a veteran British journalist and freedom-of-expression advocate, who will become the CPJ's new president in April
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