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  1. What's Next After the Failed $45B Comcast-Time Warner Cable Merger

    5:00 am 4/29/2015

    Comcast looks like a buyer (Netflix?) and TWC a target (Charter), but the tables could turn quickly.Read more

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  2. Steven Spielberg's DreamWorks Finds a Savior in Participant

    5:00 am 4/29/2015

    Participant Media is nearing a deal to make a $200 million-plus equity investment in the company that also would guarantee its titles distribution.Read more

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  3. Cher Backing Son Chaz Bono's Former Bandmate for Political Office

    9:00 am 4/27/2015

    The singer recently hosted a fundraiser for West Hollywood City Council candidate Heidi Shink.Read more

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  4. Larry Gagosian Looking to Open Gallery in West Hollywood

    10:00 am 4/26/2015

    The art mogul, who counts 14 galleries across the globe that boast $925 million in annual revenue (with five in New York), has taken meetings at various buildings, according to a well-placed source involved in the search.Read more

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  5. What Tom Cruise Got His Lawyer for His Birthday

    10:00 am 4/25/2015

    Power attorney Bert Fields reveals the unique confection and the rare book that his client bestowed upon him.Read more

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  6. 'A Nazi Legacy: What Our Fathers Did': Tribeca Review

    8:06 am 4/25/2015

    Two elderly sons of Nazi criminals confront the pastRead more

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  7. Daytime Emmys Preview: Host Tyra Banks Plans to "Fierce-ify" the Awards Show

    5:00 am 4/24/2015

    "I want to spice it up a bit. The great thing is the TV Academy wants to spice it up as well," Banks tells THR.Read more

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  8. Daytime Emmys Preview: 'General Hospital' Shows Signs of Life

    5:00 am 4/24/2015

    More than three decades since 30 million fans tuned in for daytime’s royal wedding (Luke and Laura), ABC's long-running soap is a survivor and dominant Emmy contender.Read more

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  9. Throwback Thursday: 20 Years Ago, a Midnight Break-In Launched Endeavor

    12:00 pm 4/23/2015

    In 1995, long before the exit of 12 agents from CAA to UTA, David Greenblatt, Tom Strickler, Ari Emanuel and Rick Rosen left ICM to launch their own agency in "a move that sent shock waves through the Hollywood community."Read more

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