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Joshua Benton / Nieman Lab:
Microsoft's and Google's plans to use AI in search increase uncertainty for publishers and raise old questions about the link economy, fair use, and aggregation
Q&A with 17 TV industry leaders, including Barry Diller, Kevin Mayer, Bela Bajaria, and Jeff Zucker, on bundling, linear TV and cable networks' fate, and more
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Freelancer Duncan Campbell details the conflicts of interest and long delays when CJR edited his article on The Nation's defense of Russia; CJR blames Campbell
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