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  1. Bonnie Hammer Reveals E! Rebranding Plans; Wants Up to Four New Kardashian Spinoffs

    3:01 pm 12/5/2011

    With "the best gut in the business," this savvy TV superstar created the crown jewel in Comcast's empire, delivers an estimated $2 billion in profit and is embarking on yet another cable makeover.Read more

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  2. NBCUniversal Plans 'Harry Potter' Attraction at Second Theme Park

    6:37 am 12/1/2011

    The Comcast-controlled company is planning to expand Universal Studios Hollywood with offers similar to “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter” at Universal Orlando.Read more

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  3. Steve Dolcemaschio Named President of NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment's Reality Studio

    9:49 am 11/30/2011

    Over the next several months, the E! Entertainment veteran will transition over to his new role.Read more

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  4. 'The Office's' Dunder Mifflin Paper Company to Become Real

    6:48 am 11/28/2011

    NBCUniversal's "reverse product placement" deal will see Staples-owned Quill.com create a copy paper brand using the name of the company featured in the NBC series.Read more

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  5. John Shea Joins NBCUniversal’s Integrated Media Business as Executive VP and CMO

    9:33 am 11/16/2011

    The company also struck a first-look development deal with the MTV Networks veteran and producer.Read more

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  6. Malibu Property Owner Sues Claiming 'Bethenny Ever After' Violated Privacy

    6:36 am 11/15/2011

    The suit, filed Monday in Los Angeles, says Bravo owner NBCUniversal didn't get permission from a home owner to film the show. Read more

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  7. 'Parks and Rec's' Nick Offerman Strips to Alpaca Shorts for New NBCU Green PSAs (Exclusive Video)

    9:43 am 11/11/2011

    "Rock Center's" Brian Williams also gets in on the action with NBCUniversal's "The More You Know" spots.Read more

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  8. MSNBC's Conrad Murray Documentary Raises New Questions About Checkbook Journalism (Analysis)

    2:41 pm 11/10/2011

    UPDATED: MSNBC says no money went to Murray, but the six-figure fee the network paid to license the film came with a "promotional" interview with the doctor, who was found guilty Monday of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.Read more

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  9. Ghosts, Trans-Humans and KGB Agents on SyFy Development Slate (Exclusive)

    9:00 am 11/9/2011

    Coming off its most-watched third quarter ever, the NBCUniversal cable net delves into drama.Read more

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  10. Comcast CEO: Telemundo Soccer World Cup Rights Deal 'Should Be Profitable'

    6:15 am 11/2/2011

    "We will cover and cross-promote games and events across our various channels on broadcast and cable, as well as online, wireless and on-demand," Brian Roberts said.Read more

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