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David Roeder / Chicago Sun-Times:
Chicago Public Media's board approves the Chicago Sun-Times acquisition, set to close on or about January 31, which will convert the Sun-Times into a nonprofit
Jennifer Maas / Variety:
Influencer and former NBA player Rex Chapman will host a weekly CNN+ show featuring “intimate conversations with athletes, entertainers, and everyday heroes”
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Ex-NY Post digital EIC Michelle Gotthelf sues News Corp, NY Post, and two editors, claiming she was fired for alleging ex-EIC Col Allan sexually harassed her
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