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Monday, 8 October 2012

Monday, October 8, 2012
Staffers at the New York Times are planning to walk out on Monday afternoon, in protest of the management's position on contract negotiations.

It is the latest development in the escalating war over contract talks. Union members have been working without a contract for the last eighteen months. Now, it appears they are mobilizing in response to the latest stalemate in negotiations.
The Big Problem With 'The Rumble'
Why Sam Champion's Engagement Matters
WATCH: Chuck Todd's Emotional Plea
CNN Gets Into Movie Business
BBC Apologizes Over Sex Abuse Scandal
Jason Linkins: TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads
In short, it was a strange week, full of strange and unwanted metaphors. And the worst part of all is that once again I have failed to find the horcruxes of the Sunday Morning Television Shows and so I must once again watch them and recap them.
Alex Schriver: Big Bird and the American Dream
The recent criticisms of Mitt Romney's willingness to end subsidies to PBS merit laughter worthy of Tickle Me Elmo.
Lee Banville: What Big Bird Would Tell Mitt Romney If He Could
If you wanted to take on PBS there are lots of ways to do it. Threaten it all and the 2011 federal deficit would shrink from approximately $1,299,000,000,000 to $1,298,555,000,000. It's not nothing, but is it worth the cost?
Jeff Danziger: Jack Welch, FOX
Peggy Siegal: Remembering Lois Smith
Lois was best friends with every film critic and sort of "held their hands" as she presented her beloved clients to them. She gave the filmmakers all the praise and love they so deserved. Talent adored her.

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