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Some reporters can build a career around their own personal brands. But doing great work requires an infrastructure, including a lot of talented people who don’t get bylines. Barry Sussman — the Watergate journalist named neither “Woodward” nor “Bernstein” — was one.
The passage of the law especially benefits freelance workers who live outside of New York but are contracted by companies in the state. Hanaa' Tameez