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  1. NBCUniversal in Talks to Invest in BuzzFeed

    8:50 am 7/30/2015

    The Comcast-owned media company is also exploring increasing its stake in Vox Media. Read more

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  2. Hollywood Studios, Sky U.K. Hit With European Pay TV Antitrust Complaint

    4:15 am 7/23/2015

    Disney, NBCUniversal, Paramount, Sony, 20th Century Fox and Warner Bros. are accused of illegally restricting access to content.Read more

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  3. NBCUniversal Second-Quarter Profit Rises Driven by 'Jurassic World,' 'Furious 7'

    8:04 am 7/22/2015

    Cable giant Comcast reported results for its entertainment arm and now has more broadband than pay TV subscribers.Read more

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  4. Clarissa Weirick Joins Universal in New Film General Counsel Role

    11:50 am 7/8/2015

    The veteran Warner Bros. exec will report to the Universal film group.Read more

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  5. All-Star Disaster Epic 'Everest' to Open Venice Film Festival

    3:42 am 7/8/2015

    The film is directed by Baltasar Kormakur.Read more

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  6. 30 Rockefeller Plaza Renamed Comcast Building

    8:22 am 7/2/2015

    New roof signage in the form of the Comcast NBCUniversal logo was illuminated Wednesday night.Read more

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  7. Eva Longoria Compares Donald Trump to Hitler: "Words Create Emotional Poison"

    9:14 am 7/1/2015

    The actress, producer and political activist added she's been hesitant to respond because she didn't want to give his comments more attention.Read more

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  8. Dick Ebersol ‎Helps Discovery Nab Olympics Rights for Europe

    7:58 am 6/29/2015

    The former head of NBC Sports and Olympics served as an unpaid adviser.Read more

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  9. Univision Ends Miss Universe Deal After Donald Trump's "Rapists" Immigrant Remarks

    7:19 am 6/25/2015

    The Hispanic media organization says it will not air the Miss USA pageant on July 12.Read more

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  10. Fox, NBCUniversal Could Score in FIFA Bribery Scandal

    5:00 am 6/10/2015

    Reopening bids for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups could alter rich TV deals and lead to a more U.S.-friendly locale.Read more

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