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In the spring of 2018, the U.S. Entertainment Industry Association was in the midst of a yearlong lobbying blitz to make its members pay more for content.
They had to make a choice.
They could make the changes to their business model that were in the cards, or they could accept the consequences of losing the rights to millions of consumers and be forced to shut down.
That was a choice, and it was one that many of the groups leaders took seriously.
They were well aware of the pressures that came with changing their business models and of the consequences that could result if they did not.
So they began working to develop solutions.
A merger between the two industry groups.
But as the months went on, the conversation about how to do that grew increasingly tense.
“It became apparent that, yes, we would need to have a discussion about it,” said Kevin Wooten, president of the entertainment industry group.
“And then, in the end, we realized we had to come to terms with the fact that we could not have that conversation and have the industry do what we needed to do.”
That’s when a deal was reached that would see the Entertainment Industry Group merge with the Association’s Entertainment and Media section.
It was a move that would help both groups grow their businesses, but it would also create some new issues.
It would also give the Entertainment Association new leadership and give the entertainment group more clout in the federal government, a role that it has held for years.
“This was the culmination of a long-term process that has been taking place for a long time,” said Wootein.
“But it’s very important for us to recognize that there are some really big changes that have happened in the industry.”
For years, the Entertainment and Entertainment Association had held a dominant position in the entertainment business.
The group had been the industry’s biggest lobby group and was a dominant force in government policy.
In addition to pushing for legislation that would limit the size of movie studios, the entertainment and entertainment groups lobbied for an increase in the number of films and TV shows that could be made in the U to support its lobbying efforts.
But the Entertainment Group’s clout in Congress was waning.
That changed in the mid-2000s, when the Entertainment Entertainment Group was granted new leadership by the U, a change that resulted in a number of changes to its organization.
“The entertainment industry is now in a much better position than it was even four or five years ago,” said James J. Kupchak, the executive vice president of lobbying and communications for the Entertainment industry group, in an interview with The Washington Post.
“We have more control over how the legislation that we’re advocating is passed, and we have more clout with the Congress, and that’s an exciting thing.”
Kupchan was one of several industry leaders to recognize the need for a change in leadership.
“If we don’t take these steps, I don’t think we’re going to get anywhere in the long run,” he said.
The new leadership in Congress has taken steps to make some changes.
In January 2018, it gave the Entertainment group more control in the new House of Representatives, which is controlled by members from the entertainment groups.
And in June 2018, they passed a bill that would allow the Entertainment groups to take more control of federal tax credits that would be granted to companies that sell content through the internet.
These changes have been lauded by industry leaders and are helping the entertainment organizations retain some of the power they once held.
But some of those changes could prove difficult to implement.
In April 2019, the bill passed the House by a vote of 338 to 33.
The Senate was expected to approve it in the coming weeks, but Republicans control the chamber.
That means that if the House approves the bill, the House will have to pass it on its own before it can be signed into law.
The Entertainment groups has said that it will take time to implement its legislation, and some of its members have already expressed concerns about the process.
“For all of us, it’s going to be a slow process, but we’ll get it done,” said Kupcho, in a recent interview with the Post.
If the House does approve the legislation, it will be signed by President Donald Trump.
But it will face a different set of challenges than the legislation in the Senate.
The bill is expected to address the biggest issue facing the entertainment industries: a federal tax credit program that gives the entertainment companies the ability to help small businesses pay for content, and a system for awarding tax credits based on the size and type of business.
“There’s no doubt that the entertainment businesses are in a difficult position right now,” said Amy Heckerling, president and chief executive of the Entertainment & Media Association.
“That’s where we are as an industry, and they’re going through the same process