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Report: In 2021, Live Nation to Slash Payments to Performers, Shift Financial Burden to Artists in Unprecedented Move – jambands.com

In anticipation of the economic climate post-COVID-19, Live Nation will slash payouts for artists in an unprecedented move which would shift a substantial

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Trolls doll pulled after complaints it promotes child abuse – WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

A Trolls doll is being pulled off store shelves amid complaints it promotes child abuse.

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PAWTUCKET, R.I. (AP) A Trolls doll is being pulled off store shelves amid complaints it promotes child abuse.
Toymaker Hasbro said Wednesday that it’s in the process of removing the Trolls World Tour Giggle and Sing Poppy from the market and will be offering customers a replacement doll of the popular female character.
‘We’re bringing him home’: Delta reunites toddler with ‘Daddy Doll’
The doll had been designed to giggle when placed in a sitting position, but some parents complain that the…

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HBO’s Lovecraft Country review: Racial commentary meets witches and vampires – CNET

Jordan Peele and J.J. Abrams produced the rich new HBO drama series, and it shows.

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Courtney B. Vance, Jonathan Majors and Jurnee Smollet in Lovecraft Country.
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Lovecraft Country is tough to categorize. The new HBO drama, which debuts Aug. 16, is set in the racially segregated Jim Crow America of the 1950s. But just when you think the story couldn’t be more historically accurate, the show takes a turn to the paranormal. 
I was often disturbed by Lovecraft Country, but not only by its monsters and evil spirits lurking in the dark. I was also filled with dread by the depict…

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U.S. judge ends decades-old movie theater rules set by Hollywood studios – CNBC

A federal judge on Friday granted the U.S. government’s request to immediately end the Paramount Decrees, a set of antitrust rules from the late 1940s and early 1950s that ended Hollywood’s monopoly on producing, distributing and exhibiting movies.

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A federal judge on Friday granted the U.S. government’s request to immediately end the Paramount Decrees, a set of antitrust rules from the late 1940s and early 1950s that ended Hollywood’s monopoly on producing, distributing and exhibiting movies.
U.S. District Judge Analisa Torres in Manhattan said the Department of Justice “offered a reasonable and persuasive explanation” for why terminating the consent decrees would “serve the public interest in free and unfettered competition.”
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