Infinity joins a long line of media companies, including Disney ABC and Clear Channel Communications that forbid employees to speak to the press. As part of a larger business agreement employees are being asked to sign, it includes a portion forbidding Viacom or Infinity workers to speak to or provide any information to the media, whether on or off the record, according to published accounts.
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