#ESPN Layoffs, Marshawn Lynch and Call of Duty are trending today on Google.

ESPN Layoffs, Marshawn Lynch and Call of Duty are trending today on Google.
United States⋅Wednesday, April 26, 2017

New York Times

ESPN Layoffs

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ESPN Layoffs Target On-Air Personalities New York Times
The ESPN layoffs come as Disney accelerates efforts to introduce an ESPN-branded subscription streaming service. The offering, expected this year and made possible by Disney’s $1 billion purchase in 2016 of part of BamTech, Major League Baseball’s …

ESPN

Marshawn Lynch

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Seahawks, Raiders agree to swap, setting stage for Marshawn Lynch to join Oakland ESPN
Marshawn Lynch is set to come out of retirement after the Raiders and Seahawks agreed to a trade that allows the running back to play in Oakland, sources confirmed to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Lynch and the Raiders have an agreement for a two-year …

The Verge

Call of Duty

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Call of Duty: WWII is launching November 3rd The Verge
The next Call of Duty is launching in November. During a live stream today, developer Sledgehammer Games revealed that the recently announced Call of Duty: WWII will be available on November 3rd. The studio also provided the first glimpse at the game …

Variety

Jonathan Demme

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Jonathan Demme, ‘Silence of the Lambs’ Director, Dies at 73 Variety
Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme died Wednesday in New York of cancer complications, his publicist told Variety. He was 73 years old. Demme is best known for directing “The Silence of the Lambs,” the 1991 horror-thriller that was a box office …

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