Mass strike averted: Hollywood crews reach new three-year deal with studios

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A deal has been struck between the Hollywood studios and a union representing the film and television crews that would prevent a landmark strike that threatened to halt production across the industry. On Saturday, the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) announced a new
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The success of ‘Squid Game’ shows how cheap it is to make TV shows outside the US

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In this article DIS NFLX In the streaming wars, one company’s hit is another company’s failure. Netflix’s “Squid Game” is an exception. Netflix has its biggest hit yet with ‘Squid Game’, the gory, dystopian South Korean series that has taken the world by storm. Over 111 million viewers worldwide have already watched at least two
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Gin Lane 1751 Collaborates with Designer Cynthia Rowley to Support Breast Cancer Awareness

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Ever since its launch in 2017, Gin Lane 1751, a handmade portfolio of classic-style gins, has been observing Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October) by donating 50 percent of all profits throughout the month to The Pink Agenda, a non-profit organization committed to to raise money for breast cancer research and care. This year, Gin Lane
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Netflix fires employee for sharing ‘confidential’ information amid turmoil in Chappelle

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In this article NFLX Netflix has fired an employee for sharing confidential and “commercially sensitive” information outside of the company regarding Dave Chappelle’s new stand-up special, a spokesperson for the streaming giant confirmed Friday. The news comes five days before a planned strike by workers in protest against the special, which GLAAD and other LGBTQ
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Olympics: CJ Ujah, GB Silver Medalist in 4x100m Relay, Handed Provisional Anti-Doping Suspension

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CJ Ujah, a member of the British silver medal winning men’s 4x100m relay team at the Tokyo Olympics, has been provisionally suspended for an anti-doping violation. Ujah ran the first leg in the final, with the team being completed by Zharnel Hughes, Richard Kilty and Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake who were only passed by Italy in the
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