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  1. Disney Stock Rises on Enthusiasm for 'Star Wars'

    1:34 pm 12/15/2015

    Goldman Sachs now expects 'Force Awakens' to earn $750 million domestically.Read more

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  2. Canada's Great Cable Unbundling: What's Ahead in 2016

    12:10 pm 12/15/2015

    Canadian subscribers are set to pick and pay only for TV services they want, sending jittery broadcasters online and worldwide for new business opportunities. Read more

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  3. Maker Studios President Ynon Kreiz to Step Down

    9:40 am 12/15/2015

    Maker executive Courtney Holt is being upped to executive vice president at the Disney-owned short-form video business. Read more

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  4. Inside the 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' World Premiere and Party

    12:05 pm 12/14/2015

    "Oh my God, I can't believe we're here," said Kathleen Kennedy at the giant premiere in Hollywood Monday night.Read more

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  5. Media Stocks Falter In Wall Street Sell-Off

    1:48 pm 12/11/2015

    Oil prices seemingly hurt entertainment stocks more than others.Read more

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  6. "Pixar of South Africa" Unveils Film, TV Projects

    10:06 am 12/11/2015

    Triggerfish Animation Studios earlier this year launched its Story Lab with support from the Walt Disney Co. to find African stories and storytellers.Read more

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  7. Vice Media Names Ex-Cable Exec as Chief International Growth Officer

    9:30 am 12/10/2015

    David Purdy will expand global content distribution at Shane Smith's digital media company. Read more

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  8. First Trailer for Steven Spielberg's 'The BFG' Debuts

    7:08 am 12/9/2015

    Disney teases its take on the popular Roald Dahl novel. Read more

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  9. Disney Doubles Stake in Vice Media to $400 Million

    9:31 am 12/8/2015

    Disney now owns about 10 percent of Shane Smith's digital media company.Read more

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  10. Plans for Unfinished Disney Park in St. Louis Up for Auction

    8:42 am 12/6/2015

    In the 1960s, Disney drew up plans for an indoor theme park in downtown St. Louis before giving up in a dispute over money and turning attention to Florida.Read more

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