News of Note—'Stranger Things,' Sinclair and Meredith

News of note
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Here are the stories we're following today:

> "Stranger Things" creators Matt and Russ Duffer have responded to allegations of an abusive environment on set. USA Today article

> TVNewsCheck's Harry Jessell says Sinclair is not doing FCC Chairman Ajit Pai any favors in how it's pursuing its Tribune deal. Column

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> The New York Times wrote a profile on Meredith, the Iowa-based company that recently bought Time Inc. Article

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