Matthew Belloni

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Matthew Belloni is the editorial director at the Hollywood Reporter, and formerly at Billboard.

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Following a well-received Twitter thread, Abigail Disney wrote an op-ed in The Washington Post highlighting just how much more Bob Iger takes home compared to the median pay of a…

Abigail Disney calls out Disney CEO Robert Iger's astounding pay

Following a well-received Twitter thread, Abigail Disney wrote an op-ed in The Washington Post highlighting just how much more Bob Iger takes home compared to the median pay of a…

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An already heated battle is now heading to court. The WGA  filed suit against  the top talent agencies over the practice of TV packaging.

Hollywood news banter: WGA sues the major talent agencies

An already heated battle is now heading to court. The WGA filed suit against the top talent agencies over the practice of TV packaging.

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The battle between the Writers Guild and the talent agencies is going to court.

WGA files suit against major talent agencies

The battle between the Writers Guild and the talent agencies is going to court.

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