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  1. Entertainment Stocks Battered by Disney's Cable Woes

    12:12 pm 8/5/2015

    The catalyst for the sell-off was Disney's quarterly financial report on Tuesday.Read more

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  2. Disney Reports Mixed Quarterly Earnings, Stock Falls

    12:29 pm 8/4/2015

    Disney said that its film studio did well in its fiscal third quarter despite the negative impact of 'Tomorrowland.'Read more

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  3. John Culhane, Disney Animation Historian, Dies at 81

    11:57 am 8/3/2015

    His likeness appears in 'The Rescuers' and 'Fantasia/2000,' and he assisted on screenplays and TV specials and taught animation for four decades.Read more

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  4. Hollywood Studios, Sky U.K. Hit With European Pay TV Antitrust Complaint

    4:15 am 7/23/2015

    Disney, NBCUniversal, Paramount, Sony, 20th Century Fox and Warner Bros. are accused of illegally restricting access to content.Read more

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  5. New Trailer for Disney-Pixar's 'The Good Dinosaur' Debuts

    9:56 am 7/21/2015

    The sneak peek at the animated movie features a lost dinosaur discovering an orphaned boy. Read more

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  6. Marvel, 'Star Wars' Characters to Feature at New Shanghai Disneyland

    8:31 pm 7/14/2015

    Disney's CEO and chairman Bob Iger revealed details of the new park at a presentation in Shanghai.Read more

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  7. South African Animation Studio Triggerfish Launches Story Lab With Disney Support

    12:36 am 7/14/2015

    The "Pixar of South Africa" will invest up to $3.5 million over three years in the initiative designed to give African storytellers the opportunity to develop their ideas.Read more

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  8. Disney Forces U.K. Costume Shop to Surrender 'Star Wars' Domain Name

    8:08 am 7/9/2015

    The owner of the starwars.co.uk address accused the studio of having "thrown their teddies out of the pram."Read more

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  9. Comic-Con: Is Disney Pulling Away From San Diego?

    10:37 pm 7/8/2015

    A potential move towards proprietary conventions shouldn't come as a surprise.Read more

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