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Oliver Darcy / CNN:
After stalled talks, about 1,100 New York Times journalists began a 24-hour strike at midnight December 8; the last union contract ended in March 2021
Joseph Bernstein / New York Times:
How The Daily Wire is trying to build a conservative media empire in Nashville, with movies and a streaming platform capitalizing on the culture war
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BBC Director General Tim Davie says the broadcaster is preparing to become online-only over the next decade and shut down its linear TV and radio broadcasts
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