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  1. Analyst: Disney's 'John Carter' Write-Down 'May Not Be as Bad as Feared'

    5:42 am 3/14/2012

    

Janney's Tony Wible says the writedown of the expensive film may only end up being around $53 million, and it could even end up profitable in a best-case scenario.

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  2. Disney Shareholders Elect Board Nominees; Bob Iger Talks 'Muppets' Sequel, 'Avatar' Theme Park Land

    9:59 am 3/13/2012

    At the company's annual meeting, CEO Bob Iger also talks "Newsies," "Phineas and Ferb," "Pirates" and "Cars" -- but not so much of "John Carter"Read more

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  3. Pixar's 'Brave' to Close 2012 Edinburgh International Film Festival

    5:30 am 3/13/2012

    Set in mythical Scotland, the movie features the voices of Kelly Macdonald, Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson and Robbie Coltrane and will mark its European premiere at the festival which runs June 20 through July 1.Read more

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  4. Analyst: Content Deals With Netflix 'Increasingly Likely to Trigger A Loss in Ratings,' TV Ad Revenue

    5:55 am 3/12/2012

    Janney's Tony Wible warns of a tipping point that will give distributors, particularly the online streamer led by CEO Reed Hastings, a leg up on content producers, leading him to upgrade Disney's stock and downgrade Time Warner.Read more

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  5. Disney's 'John Carter' to Open in 484 Imax Theaters Worldwide

    10:09 am 3/8/2012

    Andrew Stanton's extravaganza will play on 290 domestic screens and 194 international screens, 115 of which will open on Friday. Read more

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  6. Walt Disney, VisitScotland to Unite Overseas to Fire Up Celtic Passions for Launch of 'Brave'

    4:01 pm 3/1/2012

    The marketing pact for film starring the voices of Kelly Macdonald, Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson and Craig Ferguson is one of the biggest ever struck with an individual country’s tourism body.Read more

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  7. Disney Defends Its CEO and Board Members After Negative Report

    12:31 pm 3/1/2012

    International Shareholder Services advises against the reelection of certain board members and says Bob Iger is paid too much money. Read more

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  8. Tele-München Group Takes German-Speaking Territories to Sweden's 'The Centenarian'

    1:52 am 3/1/2012

    Disney will distribute the film, based on a best-selling novel, in the Nordic territories.Read more

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  9. Disney CFO Touts 'Best-Available-Screen' Strategy

    12:33 pm 2/28/2012

    Netflix "kind of keeps you on your game," Jay Rasulo tells Wall Street analysts at a financial conference.Read more

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  10. New Bernstein Analyst Favors Disney, Discovery as He Launches Entertainment Stocks Coverage

    5:05 am 2/28/2012

    Affiliate fees, international and home video will have a greater impact on stocks of sector giants than digital licensing, predicts Todd Juenger who expects Time Warner to underperform.Read more

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