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Is the news industry ready for another pivot to video?
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The Guardian / Kari Paul / Apr 15
“The change applies only to some people using Google in California, though it is not clear how many. The California Journalism Preservation Act (CJPA) would require large online platforms to pay a ‘journalism usage fee’ for linking to news sites based in the Golden state. The bill cleared the California assembly in 2023. To become law, it would need to pass in the Senate before being signed by the governor, Gavin Newsom.”
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