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Mike Fleming Jr / Deadline:
Stranger Things' creators Matt and Ross Duffer form Upside Down Pictures, hire Hilary Leavitt to run the company, and recommit to Netflix with several projects
New York Times:
Some librarians have quit or were fired after attacks from people seeking to ban books; the ALA tracked 1,597 books challenged in 2021, the highest in 20 years
Stuart A. Thompson / New York Times:
Analysis: “Democrats cheat” and similar ideas have been raised 5K+ times on radio shows in 2022; radio remains perhaps the most influential medium for the right
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