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  1. Sony Pictures Television Sells Russian Assets to Comply With Local Law

    5:39 am 2/3/2016

    Under recently enacted legislation, foreign ownership of media companies cannot exceed 20 percent.Read more

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  2. Hulu Scores 'The Shield,' 'Dawson's Creek,' More in Pact With Sony TV

    8:14 am 1/9/2016

    The multiple-year library pact builds on the streaming service's deal with the studio behind recent addition 'Happy Endings.'Read more

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  3. Female-Led 'Fantasy Island' TV Series in the Works at ABC

    9:00 am 10/12/2015

    Marking the third time the network has taken on the island drama.Read more

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  4. Russian Version of 'Roseanne' in the Works

    2:44 am 10/1/2015

    The pilot order comes from Russian network CTC, which runs a Russian-language version of 'Everybody Loves Raymond.'Read more

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  5. MIPCOM: Sony Sells 'The Player' Worldwide

    4:23 am 9/30/2015

    The NBC series is going to more than 100 territories, including to RTL in Germany and France's TF1.Read more

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  6. Neal Moritz Returns to Sony TV, Taps New Head of TV

    2:30 pm 9/29/2015

    Chernin Entertainment's Pavun Shetty will head Original Film's TV division.Read more

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  7. Hollywood Docket: Insane Clown Posse’s Lawsuit Against the FBI Revived On Appeal

    10:30 pm 9/17/2015

    Plus Donald Trump duels with the owner of trumpestates.com and parking attendants take on Sony, NBC and Warner Bros.Read more

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  8. Hulu Orders Seth Rogen-Evan Goldberg Comedy Pilot 'Future Man'

    12:07 pm 8/20/2015

    The two will also direct the half-hour comedy pilot.Read more

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  9. 'Supernatural' Creator Inks Overall Deal With Sony Pictures TV (Exclusive)

    3:55 pm 8/19/2015

    Eric Kripke has exited his longtime home at Warner Bros. Television.Read more

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  10. Crackle Imitates TV With Dennis Quaid Starrer 'The Art of More'

    3:50 pm 8/5/2015

    "There's a revolution going on in television," says Quaid, whose newest project will premiere November 19 on Sony's Crackle. Read more

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