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  1. Why a Dodgers Auction Could Rob Fox Sports of Millions of Dollars

    4:22 pm 7/18/2011

    Time Warner and Comcast are circling TV rights as a July 20 bankruptcy court ruling could send the Los Angeles baseball team's local TV money to a competitor and cripple Prime Ticket.Read more

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  2. Apple Shares Hit All-Time High

    3:27 pm 7/18/2011

    A day ahead of its earnings release, the maker of the iPad and purveyor of iTunes boasts a market capitalization that soars above Google and Microsoft.Read more

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  3. Discovery Communications Wraps up Upfront Ad Deals

    3:21 pm 6/30/2011


Other big cable network groups, such as Time Warner's and Viacom's, are also in the final stages of collecting advance ad commitments.Read more

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  4. Sun Valley 2011: Which Hollywood Moguls Are Headed to Herb Allen's Summer Retreat

    2:00 am 6/28/2011

    Investment bank Allen & Co.'s annual post-July 4 "summer camp for moguls" will bring out the Murdoch/News Corp. family and many others with hot topics expected to include the future of Hulu and tech IPOs. Read more

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  5. Hollywood Moguls Play Key Role at Cannes Ad Festival Amid Convergence

    5:45 am 6/27/2011

    Time Warner CEO Jeffrey Bewkes, News Corp. deputy COO James Murdoch and DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg appeared at the 58th festival last week, which highlighted the coming-together of advertising, entertainment and technology.Read more

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  6. UBS Analyst Downgrades Entertainment Sector Rating to 'Neutral'

    3:29 pm 6/23/2011

    John Janedis cites the industry's return to "normalized advertising growth" as a key factor even though cable network groups are close to wrapping up strong upfront ad deals.Read more

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  7. Cable Upfront on Track to Beat Broadcast Tally for First Time

    5:49 am 6/20/2011

    Industry sources expect cable to bring in $9.1 billion to $9.3 billion due to increased viewership - compared to broadcast's $9 billion to $9.2 billion.Read more

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  8. 'Green Lantern,' 'Harry Potter' 2D Ticket Sales Outpace 3D on Fandango (Analyst)

    1:11 pm 6/17/2011

    "We continue to believe U.S. consumers are frustrated with the amount of 3D movies Hollywood is producing, especially when combined with excessive ticket prices," BTIG's Richard Greenfield says.Read more

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  9. Moguls Share Their Favorite TV Channels

    11:23 am 6/14/2011

At the annual Cable Show, Time Warner chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes, News Corp. president, COO and deputy chairman Chase Carey and others also discuss cord cutting and Netflix.

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  10. U.S. Ad Spending Growth Slows to 4.4% in First Quarter

    5:00 am 6/13/2011

    Kantar Media reports the fifth consecutive quarter of growth despite a network TV decline and says the NBCUniversal deal made Comcast one of the top 10 marketers.Read more

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