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  1. London 2012: CEO Says NBCUniversal Will Break Even on Olympics

    6:24 am 8/1/2012

    Steve Burke says his team had at one point forecast as much as a $200 million loss from this year's Summer Games, with future Olympics now possibly set to make the company money.Read more

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  2. NBCUniversal Second-Quarter Financials Decline

    4:01 am 8/1/2012

    UPDATED: The entertainment company, led by CEO Steve Burke, posted weaker results, including a film operating cash flow loss amid the underperformance of "Battleship."Read more

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  3. Analysts Expect Slower TV Ad Growth in Latest Hollywood Conglomerate Earnings Reports

    10:22 am 7/27/2012

    Wall Street also predict mixed film results for the second quarter and more clarity on whether sector stocks have more upside.
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  4. Competitors Feeding Off of DirecTV-Viacom Dispute

    11:18 am 7/18/2012

    "If you're a DirecTV customer, there's something you should know," a radio ad from Comcast targeting subscribers begins.Read more

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  5. Comcast Acquires Microsoft's Stake in MSNBC.com for $300 Million

    9:07 pm 7/15/2012

    NBCUniversal's parent company buys the software giant's 50% ownership in the news site and renames it NBCNews.com.Read more

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  6. NBCUniversal to Sell A&E Networks Stake for $3.03 Billion

    7:29 am 7/10/2012

    Disney and Hearst will boost their stakes in the cable networks group to 50 percent each.Read more

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  7. Comcast's NBCUniversal Nears $2.8 Billion Sale of A&E Networks Stake

    8:34 am 7/6/2012

    With the deal, Disney-ABC and Hearst, which now own 42.5 percent apiece, would increase their holdings to 50 percent.Read more

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  8. New Media, Video Game Stock Languishes as Old-School Entertainment Thrives on Wall Street

    2:45 pm 6/29/2012

    In the first half of the year, big gainers also include movie exhibitor Carmike Cinemas and all of the conglomerates -- with the exception of Sony.Read more

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  9. FCC Fines Comcast for Violation of NBCUniversal Deal Condition

    3:01 am 6/28/2012

    The cable giant agreed to pay $800,000 and promised to continue offering affordable broadband services on a standalone basis.Read more

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  10. Cable Industry Cheers FCC Vote to End 'Viewability Rule'

    7:32 am 6/12/2012

    Cable TV operators only have to ensure analog TV subs get access to must-carry broadcast TV signals without payment for a digital converter for another six months. Read more

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