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  1. Media Stocks Crush Market Averages in 2012

    4:28 pm 12/31/2012

    UPDATED: Comcast and Sirius XM Radio surged 61 percent each during the year, but video game stocks lagged.Read more

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  2. New Tribune Board to Include Peter Liguori, Other Entertainment Veterans

    1:46 am 12/31/2012

    Ex-News Corp. and Yahoo exec Ross Levinsohn and former Disney exec Peter Murphy will also join the board as the media company emerges from bankruptcy. Read more

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  3. Disney Closes $4.06 Billion Lucasfilm Acquisition

    2:07 pm 12/21/2012

    Company says transaction included a cash payment of $2.21 billion and just under 37.1 million Disney shares.Read more

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  4. Home Entertainment Software Spending Continues to Rise in 2012

    12:08 pm 12/21/2012

    After years of new and innovative distribution methods appearing on the market, this was the year they all began to come together. Instead of cannibalizing each other, they began to feed off each other. Read more

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  5. Hulu Reports 65 Percent Revenue Growth in 2012

    12:34 pm 12/17/2012

    The joint venture says it invested $500 million in content this year.Read more

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  6. Fandango Hires Marketing and Communications Executives

    10:30 am 12/17/2012

    The Comcast-owned company adds former Disney executives Adam Rockmore and Dana Henry Benson to its ranks.Read more

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  7. 'Maleficent': Sam Riley Says Angelina Jolie Took Him Under Her Wing

    8:16 am 12/14/2012

    "There are worse jobs," the "On the Road" star says of working alongside the actress/Earth mother.Read more

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  8. Deutsche Bank Loses Kirch Media Trial

    6:35 am 12/14/2012

    A German court ruled Deutsche Bank must pay damages, which could total almost $2 billion, to the heirs of late media mogul Leo Kirch.Read more

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  9. Disney Settles Class Action Suit But Still Faces Court Date

    5:56 pm 12/13/2012

    The company settled a claim that it intentionally failed to pay about 30 current and former employees overtime wages and provide breaks they were entitled to, but a judge must now certify the settlement.Read more

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  10. Why Studios Don't Pay to Make Movies Anymore (Analysis)

    5:00 am 12/13/2012

    Fewer films, farmed-out risk, less cachet -- why Hollywood now operates under dramatically different rules.Read more

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