Layoffs Hit 'Sesame Street'
Which of these employees doesn't belong?
By Corey Levitan 8 hours ago
"U" is for unemployment. In a surreal reminder of the state of the economy, a dozen people were laid off from the company that produces "Sesame Street" yesterday, according to Deadline. The job cuts occurred at the New York headquarters of the nonprofit Sesame Workshop.
"Sesame Street" has been home to Kermit and Big Bird since the show began in 1969.
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Oh say it isn't true! I still remember the first show,and it was in color!
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