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NPR Chief News Executive Nancy Barnes announces she will leave the network in November 2022, prompted by the CEO's move to create an executive role above her
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Roku's hiring of Charlie Collier, who brought Mad Men, Breaking Bad, and The Walking Dead to TV, signals a strategic shift to spend more on original content
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