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Steven Nelson / New York Post:
A group of 68 journalists sent a letter to White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre seeking more event access and an end to opaque screening of reporters
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Sources: Group Black, which invests in and develops Black-owned media, is in talks to buy a stake in BDG Media and is exploring an acquisition of Vice Media
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Netflix execs say they plan no big programming changes; analysts for two banks say a cheaper ad-supported tier may cannibalize the higher-paying subscriber base
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