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  1. Michael Ovitz Apologizes For "Unbridled Ambition": "I Was Myopic In My Drive"

    11:50 pm 9/29/2016

    The former CAA chairman offered repeated mea culpas in his first public conversation with former partner Ron Meyer.Read more

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  2. L.A. Philharmonic Names Ex-Disney CFO Jay Rasulo as Board Chair

    2:00 pm 9/29/2016

    He will replace Diane B. Paul, effective Oct. 1.Read more

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  3. Martin Scorsese Deposition Released in 'Wolf of Wall Street' Libel Lawsuit

    1:54 pm 9/29/2016

    The director talks about where he works and how improvisation occurs in his films.Read more

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  4. Hollywood Studios Beat Lawsuit Over Non-Captioning of Song Lyrics in Movies and Television

    11:56 am 9/29/2016

    The putative class action came on behalf of those with hearing disabilities alleging misrepresentations and violations of civil rights.Read more

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  5. CBS-Viacom Merger Analyst: "Wall Street Wants Brad Grey's Head"

    10:44 am 9/29/2016

    "Wall Street wants Brad Grey's head for writing off $115 million on an unreleasable film," said Laura Martin of Needham & Co. "You can quote me on that. You can exclamation-point that. We're lost on why that person should keep his job."Read more

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  6. Judge Finds Sony-Spotify Agreement to Be Ambiguous in Big Royalties Lawsuit

    10:29 am 9/29/2016

    19 Recordings alleges that "American Idol" stars have been cheated of streaming revenue.Read more

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  7. Open Road Taps Lejo Pet as Senior VP Acquisitions

    10:13 am 9/29/2016

    Pet will report directly to Open Road CEO Tom Ortenberg.Read more

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  8. Bill Cosby Accusers Ask Court to Rule He Admitted Liability for Spokespersons' Statements

    9:42 am 9/29/2016

    A new motion takes issue with Cosby's cursory responses to a defamation lawsuit.Read more

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  9. China's Fundamental Films Buys 28 Percent Stake in Europacorp

    9:30 am 9/29/2016

    EuropaCorp will issue new shares for a $67 million investment from the Chinese company.Read more

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  10. U.S. Supreme Court to Review "Disparaging" Trademarks

    8:17 am 9/29/2016

    In a case involving the rock band, The Slants, the high court will tackle whether the government's refusal to register is facially invalid under the First Amendment.Read more

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