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    • On April 4, 2008 (following Ausiello's move to Entertainment Weekly), it was announced that the podcast would be ending, and the final episode (Episode No. 139) was released on April 10, 2008.TV Guide-Wikipedia
    • Entertainment Weekly commented in a 1993 article, "There hasn't been this kind of exploitation of a subculture since the media discovered hippies in the '60s."Alternative rock-Wikipedia
    • In early 2020, former People magazine and Entertainment Weekly editor Patrick Gomez was to be named editor-in-chief, and the site was opening a Los Angeles bureau.The A.V. Club-Wikipedia
    • The first week saw 680,000 sales of the CD, which Entertainment Weekly said was "the highest single-week total in Jay's decade long career".Jay-Z-Wikipedia
    • Owing to the success of these bands, Entertainment Weekly declared in 2004, "After almost a decade of domination by rap-rock and nu-metal bands, mainstream alt-rock is finally good again."Alternative rock-Wikipedia
    • Entertainment Weeklys Adam Markovitz described Spears as "an American institution, as deeply sacred and messed up as pro wrestling or the filibuster."Britney Spears-Wikipedia

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