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  1. HBO Unveils Scandinavian Joint Venture as Netflix Also Plans Nordic Launch

    9:09 am 8/15/2012

    "HBO Nordic" will be a multi-platform video distribution venture, with more details to be announced soon.Read more

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  2. Five Take-Aways From Second-Quarter Earnings Season

    10:47 am 8/14/2012

    Hollywood conglomerates reported mixed financial trends, but most exceeded earnings estimates.Read more

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  3. Olympics 2012: Entertainment Companies Feel the Summer Games Effect

    12:09 pm 8/10/2012

    Executives from the likes of Time Warner, Discovery and ITV comment on how the London events affect them. Read more

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  4. NFL Network Extends AT&T U-Verse Deal

    2:00 pm 8/7/2012

    The multi-year pact includes the new extended Thursday night game package but still doesn’t cover showing games on AT&T phones. NFL Network games are still not on Time Warner, but talks continue. Read more

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  5. Time Warner's Turner Unit Buys Sports Web Site Bleacher Report

    8:13 am 8/6/2012

    The deal, believed to be worth less than $200 million, will add to the TV arm's digital portfolio. Read more

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  6. Time Warner CEO Discusses Network Carriage Fee Growth Goal, CNN's Future

    8:12 am 8/1/2012

    Jeff Bewkes also discusses the "Dark Knight Rises" shooting and addresses possible content deals with Netflix and Google. Read more

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  7. Time Warner Second-Quarter Profit Declines

    3:54 am 8/1/2012

    UPDATED: The entertainment conglomerate, led by CEO Jeffrey Bewkes, posted a four percent revenue decline.Read more

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  8. Central European Media Second-Quarter Profit Rises

    2:19 am 8/1/2012

    The broadcaster, in which Time Warner owns a 49.9 percent stake, posted a 7 percent advertising decline for the first half of 2012.Read more

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  9. 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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  10. Cable Wars: Why Viacom and DirecTV's Fight Was Just the Beginning

    11:00 am 7/26/2012

    Retransmission rights and a wave of deals expiring mean trouble among networks, cable companies and satellite providers. Read more

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