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  1. Super Bowl 50: Ryan Reynolds, Liam Hemsworth Among Hollywood A-Listers Attending Game Day

    9:00 am 2/4/2016

    With the Denver Broncos facing off against the Carolina Panthers outside San Francisco on Feb. 7, the Bay Area is going to be packed to the wharf with famous fans — hello Jay Leno and Phil Keoghan — and crowded parties.Read more

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  2. Oscars: The Plight of the White Nominee

    7:55 am 2/4/2016

    This year's acting nominees — from new kids Saoirse Ronan and Brie Larson to old pros Leonardo DiCaprio and Cate Blanchett — face a conundrum: how to make that final campaign pitch amid all the raucous, raging controversy.Read more

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  3. Michael Wolff on Digital Media's Favorite Analyst: Often Quoted ... and Often Wrong

    7:00 am 2/4/2016

    BTIG's Richard Greenfield loves — loves! — being quoted on his favorite subject, the death of TV and the rise of disrupters. Just one problem: He's been incorrect on everything from Facebook stock to CBS vs Time Warner Cable to social game company Zynga.Read more

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  4. Martin Sheen Helps Shop New TV Project on O.J. Simpson's Innocence

    5:00 am 2/4/2016

    A Dallas-based private investigator says he has spent 21 years gathering "hard evidence" he believes exonerates the football Hall of Famer.Read more

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  5. Santa Barbara Film Fest Chief: I Was a Victim of Priest Child Abuse (Guest Column)

    11:00 am 2/3/2016

    Thanks to 'Spotlight,' Roger Durling, the head of the fest (running Feb. 3-13), is opening up about his "painful journey of healing": "Now I'm allowed to feel vindicated."Read more

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  6. Why Santa Barbara Film Fest Is Kicking Off With an Animated Movie

    10:00 am 2/3/2016

    This year, for the first time, the festival opens with an animation: from the director of 'Kung Fu Panda,' a $60 million adaptation of the beloved children's book 'The Little Prince.'Read more

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  7. How YouTube Aims to Persuade Millennials to Pay for Programming

    9:00 am 2/3/2016

    The video giant rolls out a slate of original web series launching Feb. 10 that it hopes will draw users to the new $10-a-month Red subscription service: "Junior has to convince Mom and Dad to put in on their credit card," says one analyst.Read more

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  8. Ryan Murphy Launches Foundation to Tackle Hollywood's Diversity Problem (Exclusive)

    7:25 am 2/3/2016

    Half, a foundation within his 20th Century Fox TV-based production company, aims to have 50 percent of all director slots on his shows filled by women, people of color and members of the LGBT community and will begin outreach efforts at colleges to align candidates with mentors: "I personally can do better," he tells THR.Read more

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  9. Warning! This Shane Smith Interview Has 52 F-Bombs: "If I Can Come Up With the New Algorithm, Then I Win"

    6:55 am 2/3/2016

    In an exclusive before Viceland’s cable launch, Vice’s CEO and network co-president Spike Jonze on their plans ("12 months from now, we'll be on the cover of 'Time' as the guys who brought millennials back") and traditional media ("Bob Iger...needs to at least have some pathfinder saying, 'Hey Bob, I figured this out over here'"). Read more

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  10. Vice's Shane Smith Asks, "You Think I Could Hoodwink Bob Iger, Jeff Bewkes and Rupert Murdoch?"

    6:55 am 2/3/2016

    On the eve of Viceland's launch, Vice's CEO and the channel's co-president Spike Jonze reveal their plans to "f— shit up": 'Stoner Sundays' programming, no Nielsen ratings, and a belief Hollywood TV types "don’t know what the f— they’re doing."Read more

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