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  1. 'Gomorrah' to Give BSkyB First Taste of Sky Europe

    5:46 am PDT 08/01/2014
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    The Italian mafia series, a huge hit for Sky Italia, premieres in the U.K. on Monday in a possible test run for future shows that could air across the enlarged "Sky Europe" following a deal with Fox. READ MORE

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  2. European Commercial Broadcasters Protest Hungarian Tax Crackdown

    5:20 am PDT 08/01/2014
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    In a letter to the European Commission, the association of commercial television in Europe calls Hungary's new TV ad tax law “a clear interference with the democratic function of the media.” READ MORE

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  3. 'Monty Python Live (Mostly)' Third Biggest Live Cinema Event in U.K. Ever

    5:02 am PDT 08/01/2014
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    The final performance by the surviving members of the much loved comedy troupe was screened live across 570 venues in the U.K. and Ireland, plus more than 1,800 around the world. READ MORE

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  4. Poster of Slobodan Milosevic at Moscow Movie Theater Stirs Controversy

    4:54 am PDT 08/01/2014
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    The poster featured a photo of the late Yugoslav President Slobodan Milošević calling on Russians, Ukranians and Belarusians to declare "war on Europe." READ MORE

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  5. Emma Watson Joins Twitter Protest Against Turkish Politician

    3:23 am PDT 08/01/2014
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    The recently named UN women goodwill ambassador follows Turkish women who have posted pictures of themselves laughing after the country's deputy prime minister said women should not laugh in public. READ MORE

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  6. One Direction's 'Midnight Memories' Was Global Album Top Seller in 2013

    3:07 am PDT 08/01/2014
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    The album sold 4 million copies in six weeks as U.K. musical acts claimed the best selling album in the world for the sixth time in seven years. READ MORE

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  7. Tokyo Film Fest to Feature New Audience Award

    2:14 am PDT 08/01/2014
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    The $10,000 award will be part of the main competition prizes and is being run jointly with Wowow, Japan's biggest satellite TV network. READ MORE

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  8. China's Alibaba Invests in Maker of 'The Hobbit' Mobile Game

    1:46 am PDT 08/01/2014
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    The e-commerce giant invests $120 million in free-to-play company Kabam, which is behind such titles as "Fast & Furious 6: The Game" and an upcoming "The Hunger Games" mobile game. READ MORE

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  9. French News, Arts Cable Channels Face Closure as Government Blocks Move to Free TV

    1:03 am PDT 08/01/2014
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    TF1 may shutter its all news network LCI and M6 drop arts channel Paris Premiere after French regulators prevented them from becoming free-to-air. READ MORE

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  10. ‎Chinese Web Giant Tencent Moves Into Online Games, Novels

    1:00 am PDT 08/01/2014
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    Tencent Literature pacts with Giant Interactive as Internet novels increasingly become go-to source of inspiration for game and film producers in China. READ MORE

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  11. Spanish Industry Divided Over 'Game of Thrones' Recovery Plan

    12:32 am PDT 08/01/2014
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    Tax breaks to attract international productions face opposition from Spanish producers who say Madrid should do more to help the local industry. READ MORE

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  12. Sundance Film Fest Heading to Hong Kong For a New Film Series

    11:00 pm PDT 07/31/2014
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    The Sundance Film Institute is joining forces with The Metroplex to offer a satellite program of eight films, which will screen in September. READ MORE

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  13. Chinese TV Station Head Arrested for Suspected Corruption

    9:07 pm PDT 07/31/2014
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    Liu Wen, the director-general of documentary channel CCTV-9, has been detained on suspicion of economic malpractice Chinese media reports say. READ MORE

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  14. Daniel Radcliffe Movie Cancels Red Carpet Event Amid Crowd Control Risk

    4:50 pm PDT 07/31/2014
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    UPDATED: Mexico City authorities shut down the "What If" event after throngs of fans showed up. READ MORE

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  15. U.K.'s ITV Picks Online Star‎ to Host Dating Show

    4:11 pm PDT 07/31/2014
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    The six-part series "Dapper Laughs on the Pull" on ITV2 will be presented by Internet personality Dapper Laughs, portrayed by London comedian Daniel O'Reilly. READ MORE

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  16. 'For Some Inexplicable Reason': Karlovy Vary Review

    12:04 pm PDT 07/31/2014
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    This charming if unpolished feature debut of young Hungarian director Gabor Reisz stars Aron Ferenczik as a slacker approaching 30 and trying to make sense of it all. READ MORE

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  17. Israel-Gaza Conflict: Russell Brand and Sean Hannity Trade Barbs (Video)

    10:27 am PDT 07/31/2014
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    The comedian called the Fox News host a terrorist, and Hannity responded by claiming Brand is "dumb and ignorant." READ MORE

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  18. 'Game of Thrones' Sets New On-Demand Record in Germany

    9:23 am PDT 07/31/2014
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    More than 2.3 million fans call up episodes of the HBO fantasy hit on Sky Deutschland's on-demand service, more than double the number from last year. READ MORE

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  19. Quebec Media Giant Restructures Money-Losing Assets

    9:10 am PDT 07/31/2014
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    The business-side shake-up at Quebecor Media aims to keep pace with changing Canadian newspaper, TV and digital consumer trends. READ MORE

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  20. Canadian Cabler Buys U.S.-Based ViaWest for $1.2 Billion

    8:14 am PDT 07/31/2014
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    The "Big Brother Canada" broadcaster is looking to boost its data center and cloud computing revenues as part of a purchase deal with Oak Hill Capital Partners. READ MORE

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