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  2. Craig Newmark - Wikipedia

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    Craig Alexander Newmark (born December 6, 1952) is an American internet entrepreneur and philanthropist best known as the founder of the classifieds website Craigslist. ...

  3. Backpage - Wikipedia

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    Craigslist and Backpage had listings for a variety of goods and services, such as real estate, yard sales, personals, work wanted and jobs offered, and adult-themed advertising. Reason Magazine wrote: "Like Craigslist, Backpage was divided into categories for different types of posts, most of which had nothing to do with sex work.

  4. Barack Obama 2012 presidential campaign - Wikipedia

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    On May 10, 2012, Obama attended a fundraiser in the Los Angeles home of actor George Clooney, which raised over $15 million. The fundraiser was initially estimated to raise about $10 million, but after Obama's historic announcement of his support for same-sex marriage, the amount went up significantly.

  5. Boston University - Wikipedia

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    Los Angeles Campus. In Los Angeles, BU has an internship program for students to study and work in the heart of the film, television, advertising, public relations, and entertainment management and law industries. The program offers three tracks from which undergraduate and graduate students can choose: Advertising and Public Relations, Film ...

  6. 2010 Tonight Show conflict - Wikipedia

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    Rallies in support of O'Brien were organized outside NBC studios across the U.S., notably in Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, and New York City. O'Brien briefly appeared at a January 18 rally outside the Tonight Show studio, [115] after which he gave the crowd free pizza . [116]

  7. Chicago - Wikipedia

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    The Chicago metropolitan area is the third-largest media market in North America, after New York City and Los Angeles and a major media hub. Each of the big four U.S. television networks, CBS, ABC, NBC and Fox, directly owns and operates a high-definition television station in Chicago (WBBM 2, WLS 7, WMAQ 5 and WFLD 32, respectively).