More Entertainment Companies Join “Blackout Tuesday” Initiative In Response To George Floyd Death

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With more organizations participating: A developing number of diversion organizations are joining the Blackout Tuesday activity on June 2 out of a message of solidarity because of the demise of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

A picture requiring a “Power outage” on Tuesday, alongside the hashtag #TheShowMustBePaused, started coursing via web-based networking media on Friday. It called for Tuesday to be utilized as “a day to disengage from work and reconnect with our locale” by means of “a critical advance of activity to incite responsibility and change.”

Among the organizations that have declared they will take an interest in Blackout Tuesday, joining a large number of music industry organizations, are offices UTA, ICM Partners, CAA, Gersh, Verve, Pantheon, APA, TalentWorks, Buchwald, WME, the Rothman Brecher Ehrich Livingston office and Stewart Talent; the executives organizations Artists First, Inspire Entertainment, Odenkirk Provissiero, Silver Lining Entertainment and Management 360; ViacomCBS; Funny or Die; Wallman PR; AGC Studios; creation/the executives organization Sugar 23; Amasia Entertainment, law office Lichter Grossman Nichols Adler Feldman and Clark.

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