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Some moderates hope Pelosi will come around and make a deal -- particular now that the Problem Solvers Caucus has laid out a bipartisan bluepring.
They called the state action “a self-dealing administrative order” and said the proposed penalties “are insufficient to deter future violations, leaving a realistic prospect of continued noncompliance.”
In the weeks before a trial in the case, lawyers for Bluestone filed documents detailing a draft deal worked out separately with the state’s Department of Environmental Protection.
Asked whether advertisers are required to commit to spend a minimum amount of money to advertise on NBCU’s properties in order to access the program, the NBCU spokesperson said each deal is different and negotiated on an individual basis.
So when the governor calls in the National Guard, perhaps on behalf of a mayor to respond to a particular situation, you’re there to fulfill the vision of that municipality dealing with whatever emergency effort it is.
They can’t even figure out how to deal with the fact that they have this great division between the China Sea and the mountains in the east, I mean in the west.
The newfound flexibility that advertisers received in this year’s upfront negotiations will allow them to get out of those deals if they see streaming’s viewership surge cannibalize traditional TV ratings.
At the same time, if it becomes clear in coming days that no comprehensive deal is in reach, Pelosi may start holding votes on individual issues such as funding for coronavirus testing, to show that House Democrats are trying to address the problem.
At the same time, for custom content, the number of in-bound proposals has increased, the number of deals closed has gone up by 17% and the renewal rate has lifted by 38% percentage points, Stinchcomb told Digiday last month.
Condé Nast earned $250 million in sales from its licensing deals last year, which was $100 million more than the previous year.

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