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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Hollywood: Paramount's Brad Grey Is Merely Collateral Damage In An Industry That’s Figuring Out How To Survive.


By Hollywood Reporter, Feb. 20, 2017

It's one of the worst-kept secrets in journalism that most public figures play a role in creating their obituaries. They don't decide the wording of the stories or even the angles such final assessments take; but prominent people usually grant major newspapers interviews about their lives and careers, often multiple times over the years, and in doing so subtly shape how they'll be perceived.

Such luminaries as Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, not to mention local heroes like Steven Spielberg and Meryl Streep, probably have already had conversations with The New York Times and other publications about their work and experiences — exit interviews, as it were, long before their exits ever take place.


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