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(Variety, Aug. 3)

Los Angeles has seen a 13% decline in overall pilot production to 79 due to a 23% slide in sitcom pilots filmed in Hollywood, according to a report released by the FilmL.A. permitting agency.

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(SHRM, Aug. 2)

The 4-3 decision signals a clear change in direction that affects the enforceability of non-competition agreements in Nevada.

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(The New Yorker, Aug. 1)

An organization’s efforts to get out the vote may help to determine who wins the 2016 election.

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(KQED, July 30)

Thomas Harvey, Head Rigger at the 2,500-seat Mountain Winery amphitheater, loves what he does and being a part of the IATSE.

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(NY Times, July 29)

If Mrs. Clinton wins this fall, Lee Saunders, president of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, may gain an even closer ally in the Oval Office.

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(NY Times, July 29)

It has become a kind of shadow campaign waged amid the palm trees and manicured desert landscapes of the Las Vegas Strip, the fight for Nevada’s six electoral votes churning in the background.

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(LA Times, July 27)

Now activists are trying a new tactic — appealing to people’s fears by pointing out that piracy websites aren't just illegal, but dangerous.

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(LA Times, July 27)

The global streaming giant will continue to increase spending on original and licensed content beyond the whopping $6 billion it spent this year.

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(LA Times, July 27)

The popular 450-acre movie ranch off Sand Canyon Road — where shows such as “The A-Team,” and “24” and the 1993 movie “Robin Hood: Men in Tights” have been filmed — was the scene of real-life destruction.

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(Hawaii News Now, July 27)

Hawaii continues to reap the rewards of the numerous motion pictures and TV shows that shoot in the Islands and pump millions of dollars into the state’s economy each year.

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(Variety, July 26)

Higher ticket prices are hiding an inescapable fact: Fewer people are going to the movies. To stay relevant, the biz must win them back.

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(NPR, July 26)

Their unifying message: Clinton, not Trump, is the best candidate for American workers.

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(Marketplace, July 22)

“Star Trek Beyond” opens this weekend in nearly 4,000 theaters. If you find yourself in one of them, you may see one of the movie industry’s anti-piracy strategies in action.

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(Bloomberg, July 22)

Unions invest in field operations in Pennsylvania to counter the Republican's rise among white working-class voters.

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(Arizona Public Media, July 22)

Arizona businesses and labor proponents are heading for a collision over the state's minimum wage, which will be put to a vote in November that would take it from the current $8.05 an hour in increments until until it reaches $12 an hour in 2020.

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