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Who calls the shots, celebrities or the press?

By Mark Jurkowitz
Globe Staff / August 7, 2004

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The relationship between the journalists who interview actors and the publicists who guard the stars' images has often been an uneasy balance of symbiosis and antagonism. But a recent effort to get reporters to sign an agreement attaching conditions to interviews with Tom Cruise represents an unusually aggressive attempt at press control, say some people who cover the entertainment industry. (Full Article: 1050 Words)

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