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  1. DreamWorks Animation Takes $57M Write-Down on 'Penguins of Madagascar'

    12:32 pm 2/24/2015

    The film studio run by CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg posted a loss of $3.08 per share in the fourth quarter.Read more

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  2. AwesomenessTV Hires James Deutch to Lead Branded Entertainment

    9:28 am 2/10/2015

    The addition comes two months after Hearst Corp. acquired a 25 percent stake in the teen-focused YouTube network for $81.25 million. Read more

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  3. Annie Awards: 'How to Train Your Dragon 2' Director on Toothless' Storyline in Next Film

    2:08 pm 2/1/2015

    "I'm halfway through the script," said writer-director Dean DeBlois, as 'Dragon 2' won six Annies, including best animated feature and best director.Read more

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  4. How DreamWorks Animation Can Claw Its Way Back

    5:00 am 1/28/2015

    Layoffs, cuts, fewer films and a sinking stock, but reports of the studio's demise could be premature as strong assets and a new direction counter "a dire situation."Read more

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  5. 'Kung Fu Panda 3' Gets Co-Production Status in China

    6:35 am 1/23/2015

    DreamWorks Animation will get greater access and a larger revenue share in the world's second biggest film market.Read more

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  6. DreamWorks Animation Stock Hits 52-Week Low, Analysts Raise Liquidity Concerns

    4:35 am 1/23/2015

    One downgrades the stock to "sell," citing "higher risk and little growth from film until 2017," while another one wonders if the company could be insolvent by 2019.Read more

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  7. DreamWorks Animation Planning Layoffs

    1:53 pm 1/19/2015

    More than 350 jobs could be cut.Read more

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  8. Sony, Disney and DreamWorks Slam Anti-Poaching Lawsuit as Futile

    7:53 am 1/12/2015

    Studios demand a judge dismiss claims of a conspiracy over visual effects hiring practicesRead more

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  9. NBR Red Carpet: Oscar Hopefuls Happy to Be in the Conversation

    9:01 pm 1/6/2015

    The directors and producers of 'The Imitation Game,' 'The Lego Movie' and 'A Most Violent Year' reveal their mindset as awards season heats upRead more

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  10. DreamWorks Animation Shake-Up: Bonnie Arnold, Mireille Soria Replace Bill Damaschke as Production Heads

    3:19 pm 1/4/2015

    Their appointment as co-presidents of feature animation follows a tough 2014 for Jeffrey Katzenberg's companyRead more

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