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Sources: Disney might license more of its films and TV series to rivals to earn more from its content library, a strategy shift from 2019 when Disney+ launched
Zoe Tillman / Bloomberg:
A judge dismisses a 2020 Trump campaign defamation suit against The Washington Post but gives the campaign a chance to revise its complaint within 30 days
Peter Laufer / Inside Higher Ed:
Peter Laufer, a University of Oregon journalism professor, asks Gannett to donate Eugene's newspaper The Register-Guard to the university; Gannett declines
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