Leisure Information Roundup: Harry Potter, ‘Associates’ might fall sufferer to Hungary’s anti-LGBT legislation: broadcaster; Diana Ross says ‘Thank You’ in new music after 15 years and extra

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Harry Potter, “Friends” could fall victim to Hungarian anti-LGBT law: broadcaster

The biggest channels in Hungary criticized a new law banning “displaying and promoting homosexuality” among 18-year-olds as a threat to freedom of expression, and one said it could affect some screenings. impact Harry Potter Movies and classic TV shows. The nationalist government of Prime Minister Viktor Orban passed the law on Tuesday despite criticism from human rights groups and the European Unionwho said this could lead to a loss of development funds for Hungary.

Diana Horse says ‘thank you’ in new music after 15 years

American singer Diana Horse expresses her gratitude in a new single “Thanks” released the title track of their first studio album in 15 years on Thursday. Horse, the former singer of the hugely successful group The Supremes from Motown Records, recorded the songs in her home studio during the COVID-19 pandemic. The album is described as “a powerful, comprehensive musical message of love and togetherness”.

Spotify closes exclusive deal with podcast “Call Her Daddy”

Spotify Technology SA on Tuesday announced a multi-year contract to stream the popular “Call Her Daddy” podcast, hosted by Alex Cooper on its audio streaming platform, in its latest exclusive connection to keep listeners hooked. The Swedish The company will exclusively stream ‘Call Her Daddy’ starting July 21, including all full-length back catalog episodes, future episodes and additional exclusive new projects in development, Spotify said in a statement, without revealing any financial details of the deal.

Miley Cyrus is allowed to use the name as a trademark in. use Europe after a long row

US pop star Miley Cyrus has won the right to use its name as a trademark on a wide variety of products in the United States European Unionafter Europe’s highest court on Wednesday annulled a decision by the EU patent office restricting the scope of their trademark. The case dates back to 2014 when the 28-year-old “Wrecking Ball” singing company Smiley Miley Inc. tried to capture MILEY CYRUS at the EU Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) for audio and video discs, mobile phone cases and e-books , electronic board games, calendars and other goods.

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