Weekly Journal #2


Cafeteria Workers Stole Nearly $500,000 in Lunch Money From Schools, Police Say (New York Times)

Agency Giant Endeavor Owns a Part of ‘Killing Eve’ and Other Shows. Not Everyone is Happy About It (LA Times)

Why Dynamic Pricing for Movie Tickets Could Be a Tough Sell (Variety)

Apple Targets Apple TV+ Launch in November, Weighs $9.99 Price After Free Trial (Bloomberg)

Netflix's Dubbing Stars: Meet the Hindi, Russian and Japanese Voices of the Streamer's Hits (The Hollywood Reporter)


Lionsgate Drops ‘Bombshell’ Trailer: Margot Robbie, Charlize Theron & Nicole Kidman Take On Roger Ailes (Deadline)

Scorsese’s New Mob Epic, ‘The Irishman,’ Has Netflix and Theaters at Odds (New York Times)


The Complete Netflix Fall 2019 TV Preview Is Here (Refinery29)

HBO Unveils Documentary Series About Atlanta Child Murders, Sets Sets Docu Slate For Rest Of 2019 (Deadline)

Shadow World: The Global Arms Trade Network (Aljazeera)


‘Uncivil’: The Civil War Stories We Didn’t Learn in School (New Yorker)

'Throughline' Traces Evangelicals' History On The Abortion Issue (NPR)

Follow Focus: Dana Schwartz (Author)

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John Wells