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  1. Oscar Pistorius Sentenced to Five Years in Prison

    12:51 am 10/13/2014

    Last month, a judge in South Africa found the athlete guilty of "culpable homicide" amid intense media coverageRead more

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  2. MIPCOM: Shonda Rhimes' 'How to Get Away With Murder' Goes Global

    12:17 am 10/13/2014

    Disney sells the ABC drama to 158 international territoriesRead more

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  3. MIPCOM: Will 'Acquitted' Be the Next Big Nordic Drama?

    12:00 am 10/13/2014

    Guilt, revenge and murder in rural NorwayRead more

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  4. MIPCOM: Sky Italia Follows 'Gomorrah' With Political Thriller '1992'

    11:00 pm 10/12/2014

    An Italian 'House of Cards' inspired by real events Read more

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  5. MIPCOM: 'The Mortal Instruments' to Return as TV Series

    12:37 pm 10/12/2014

    'Helix' showrunner Ed Decter will develop Cassandra Clare's YA fantasy franchise for the small screenRead more

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  6. MIPCOM: Miramax Takes Global Rights to Revolution Library

    10:54 am 10/12/2014

    The catalog of more than 40 titles includes 'Black Hawk Down,' 'XXX' and 'America's Sweethearts'Read more

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  7. MIPCOM: Eugene Levy on Celebrity Overkill Inspiring 'Schitt's Creek' Comedy

    10:50 am 10/12/2014

    "I've never seen so much style and money and fashion in your face" Read more

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  8. MIPCOM: Drama and Digital Distribution in Focus at International TV Event

    5:52 am 10/12/2014

    Hollywood studios meet online start-ups at global television's biggest industry mash-upRead more

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  9. Hollywood Reporter Names the 25 Most Powerful Women in Global TV

    10:00 am 10/11/2014

    And you thought getting ahead in Hollywood was tough. Meet the 25 female tastemakers, from Jordan to Guangdong Province, who decide what the world watchesRead more

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  10. Meet the Man Who Made 'The Voice' a Hit in China

    8:00 am 10/11/2014

    Want help cracking China's TV market? Look no further than Ming Tian, a programming visionary who turned a Western singing show into a phenomenonRead more

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