The Television Critics Association said Tuesday that it denounces Disney’s media blackout of the Los Angeles Times.“The Television Critics Association understands that screeners and coverage opportunities are a privilege and not a right, but we condemn any circumstance in which a company takes punitive action against journalists for doing their jobs,” the group’s board said in a statement.This follows four critics groups — National Society of Film Critics, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, New York Film Critics Circle, Boston Society of Film Critics — voting to disqualify Disney films from year-end awards consideration until the blackout is lifted.
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