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European Court Dismisses Russia Today Bid To Overturn EU Broadcasting Ban

The European Union’s Court of Justice has overruled a bid by the French branch of Russian-state-controlled international news network Russia Today (RT) to overturn a measure prohibiting it from broadcasting across the bloc. The Council of the European Union banned the network on March 1, just days after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, saying it was being used […]

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Candle Media’s Exile Content Studio Snags Majority Share in Lil’ Heroes NFT Franchise (EXCLUSIVE)

Latin-focused content powerhouse Exile Content Studio has snagged a majority stake in the Lil’ Heroes NFT Franchise which will soon spawn a toon series with NBA star Carmelo Anthony. He will voice and exec produce the show through his company, Creative7 Productions. The news comes in the wake of Exile’s acquisition in late May by Candle Media, the next generation media […]

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Chris Cuomo Will Join NewsNation in Return to TV News

After a long and much-publicized interruption, Chris Cuomo wants to get after it again. Cuomo, who made that phrase the mission statement for his 9 p.m. program on CNN, is taking his bulldog demeanor and lean-in anchoring style to NewsNation, the still-nascent news outlet backed by large station owner Nexstar Media, which has in recent months made a series of […]

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10 common job interview questions – and how to answer them

Job interviews can be pretty daunting. But if you come prepared, it can make the experience a whole lot more manageable. While there’s no denying that no job interview is the same, it’s clear that hiring teams and managers like to ask certain questions in particular, to get a feel for a candidate’s personality and experience. As a result, similar […]

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Construction watchdog’s successor won’t be as well funded: government

Workplace Relations Minister Tony Burke says the federal workplace watchdog won’t receive as much funding as the Australian Building and Construction Commission when it takes over its caseload because it will not be launching as many prosecutions. The building industry has raised concerns about the ability of the Fair Work Ombudsman to police worksites and handle prosecutions begun by the […]

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