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  1. 'Midnight Rider' Filmmakers Say Sarah Jones' Death 'Was Not a Crime'

    2:06 pm PDT 07/17/2014
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    UPDATED: Randall Miller and Jody Savin released a statement through their attorney responding to the criminal charges filed against them in the death of the camera assistant on the set of the Gregg Allman biopic. READ MORE

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  2. White House Locked Down Over 'Unattended Package'; Reporters Spread News on Twitter

    1:34 pm PDT 07/17/2014
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    The reporters had been told to stay in the press are while the Secret Service conducted its investigation. READ MORE

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  3. Google Reports Quarterly Revenue Growth

    1:32 pm PDT 07/17/2014
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    The Mountain View search giant said revenue grew 22 percent to $15.96 billion during the second quarter. READ MORE

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  4. Sony's Adam Sandler Candy Land Film Threatened In Lawsuit (Exclusive)

    11:34 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    Hasbro is taken to court by a company that created characters for the popular board game. READ MORE

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  5. Clio Sports Awards: Under Armour Takes a 'Rough, Ragged, Raw' Approach to Marketing

    11:00 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    The brand, which posted net revenue of more than $2.3 billion in 2013, will be honored with the Brand Innovation Awards at the inaugural awards ceremony July 17. READ MORE

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  6. 'Midnight Rider' Producer Jay Sedrish Surrenders to Georgia Police

    10:37 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    Fellow producer Jody Savin and director Randall Miller turned themselves in to authorities on Sunday after their indictment on charges of involuntary manslaughter and criminal trespass. READ MORE

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  7. Aereo Hits Roadblock in Effort to Become Cable System

    8:39 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    After the U.S. Copyright Office says it won't process the tech upstart's paperwork, Aereo will need to get support from a federal court or the FCC before its efforts to pay statutory license fees for secondary transmissions are processed. READ MORE

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  8. 'The Voice' Producers Search for Next Big Thing in Pitchfest

    7:50 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    Dutch reality TV giants Talpa will hold their second annual format pitching session in Los Angeles August 27-29. READ MORE

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  9. Analysts: Liberty Global Could Buy Control of ITV Down the Line

    7:40 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    After John Malone's firm acquired a 6.4 percent stake, "ITV is now likely to be seen as a potential M&A story," especially amid industry deal talk following the failed $80 billion Fox bid for Time Warner, says one observer. READ MORE

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  10. Microsoft to Cut up to 18,000 Jobs Over Next Year

    5:49 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    The layoffs are part of the integration of the Nokia devices business the tech giant bought in April. READ MORE

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  11. ‎BBC News to Cut 220 Jobs, Save $82 Million Per Year

    5:00 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    "The challenge is how to make BBC News even better, despite having less money," says the unit's head James Harding. READ MORE

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  12. Fox's Play for Time Warner: Pros and Cons of the Takeover Bid

    5:00 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    Time Warner's board seems intent on going it alone, and a regulatory review ‎would be tough, but some analysts see factors that could still lead to a deal. READ MORE

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  13. Why TV Broadcasters Should Get Behind NCAA Athlete Unionization (Analysis)

    5:00 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    Here are three reasons — though not very obvious ones — why CBS, Fox, NBC and ESPN should play the long game by switching sides and supporting a plan for athlete compensation. READ MORE

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  14. ‎BBC TV Must Boost Appeal for Young, Ethnic Minority Audiences‎, Review Finds

    3:14 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    The broadcaster's own governing body has highlighted three challenges for its four UK TV stations in a new review. READ MORE

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  15. French Film Production Falls 24 Percent in First Half of 2014

    3:02 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    The number of films that went into production was the lowest in seven years in the country. READ MORE

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  16. Analyst Downgrades Fox Stock, Citing 'Deal Limbo'

    2:47 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    ISI Media's Vijay Jayant removes his "top pick" designation, while another analyst says she still likes Fox's stock despite "some fear of empire building." READ MORE

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  17. Entertainment One Acquires Canadian Factual TV Producer Paperny

    2:23 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    The deal, believed to be worth $27.2 million, will boost the company's unscripted TV business across North America. READ MORE

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  18. China's Censors Crack Down on Streaming Services Showing Hollywood Content

    1:25 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    Days after Alibaba announced a landmark deal with Lionsgate on streaming content, China's state media watchdog warns seven Internet-TV companies on "unauthorized" content and threatens to revoke their licenses. READ MORE

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  19. Spanish Industry Protests Heavy Tax on Entertainment Tickets

    12:58 am PDT 07/17/2014
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    In an open letter to the country's Prime Minister, industry chiefs said the 21 percent value-added tax on movie, music and theater tickets has caused sales to drop 30 percent over the past two years. READ MORE

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  20. Liberty Global Buys Stake in U.K.'s ITV for $825 Million

    11:08 pm PDT 07/16/2014
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    UPDATED: John Malone's company acquires the 6.4 percent stake from U.K. pay TV giant BSkyB, in which Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox owns 39 percent. READ MORE

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  21. Film and TV Distributors Say FCC Net Neutrality Rules Won’t Work

    5:17 pm PDT 07/16/2014
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    The Independent Film & Television Alliance, the group behind the American Film Market, don’t want any priority arrangements allowed on the Internet because they say they can't be policed. READ MORE

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