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  1. DreamWorks Oriental to Eventually Produce Two, Three Films a Year in China

    3:07 am 10/10/2012

    The Chinese venture will likely pick its first film to be fully produced in Shanghai by early 2013, says Li Ruigang, chairman of venture partner China Media Capital.Read more

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  2. YouTube Mulls Allowing Original Content Partners to Charge for Subscriptions

    2:57 am 10/10/2012

    Robert Kyncl, global head of content at the Google-owned video site, tells the Abu Dhabi Media Summit that a majority of channels would likely remain ad-supported.Read more

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  3. Abu Dhabi Media Summit: Warner Bros., Weather Channel Executives See Continued Mobile Growth

    1:23 am 10/10/2012

    "All these screens add to the basic experience" and are additive to the traditional business, says Warner's Jim Wuthrich.Read more

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  4. Study: Asia-Pacific Poised to Overtake North America as Advertising Leader

    10:00 pm 10/9/2012

    The worldwide market for advertising should grow to $676.2 billion in 2016.Read more

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  5. A Trip to Abu Dhabi's Creative Industries Cluster

    1:59 pm 10/9/2012

    The emirate has over the past four years developed a media zone to establish the capital of the United Arab Emirates as a regional content creation hub.Read more

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  6. Bill Gates Talks Steve Jobs, Microsoft's Role in Entertainment, Charity at Abu Dhabi Media Summit

    4:31 am 10/9/2012

    The Microsoft co-founder tells the invitation-only gathering of entertainment and technology leaders that he would rather continue to focus on charity work than run for president.Read more

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  7. Ari Emanuel in Abu Dhabi: Silicon Valley, Hollywood Are 'Working Together Pretty Well'

    11:56 pm 10/8/2012

    UPDATED: The WME co-CEO tells the annual media summit in the emirate that cooperation is "actually getting a little bit better" and that crowdfunding will increasingly become an option for content creators. Read more

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