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  1. Comcast Beats Spanish-Language Broadcaster's Discrimination Complaint

    2:24 pm 8/26/2016

    The FCC says that Liberman Broadcasting, owner of Estrella TV, isn't a “video programming vendor” and thus can't make its case.Read more

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  2. Director of Martin Sheen Movie Filmed in Spanish and English Says Bilingual Actors Are "the Future of Filmmaking"

    1:57 pm 8/26/2016

    "The days of actors speaking English with bad Spanish accents is over," jokes Julio Quintana, director of 'The Vessel.'Read more

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  3. Viacom Is "Fully Supportive" of Brad Grey's Leadership of Paramount

    11:55 am 8/26/2016

    The statement comes a day after Grey presented a turnaround plan to Viacom's board.Read more

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  4. Fire Breaks Out on Prague Set of History's 'Knightfall' TV Series

    11:24 am 8/26/2016

    Despite significant damage to the sets, the Jeremy Renner-produced drama is expected to resume production on Monday.Read more

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  5. Telemundo Refuses to Air SAG-AFTRA Ad About Language Equity

    9:58 am 8/26/2016

    The union wants Spanish-speaking performers at the Comcast-owned network to receive the same pay and benefits as counterparts at sister company NBC, but the broadcaster refuses to air an anti-Telemundo spot.Read more

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  6. Philippe Dauman Settlement to Get Judge's Approval

    9:23 am 8/26/2016

    Redstone's attorney tells the judge he's convinced the 93-year-old mogul to meet with his granddaughter.Read more

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  7. 'Rock the Kasbah' Producers Win Case Against Russian Distributor Over License Fees

    6:40 am 8/26/2016

    The Moscow-based company Top Film Distribution released the film, starring Bill Murray, Kate Hudson and Bruce Willis, last year, but allegedly failed to make license payments.Read more

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  8. Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood Beat Lawsuit Claiming They Stole Song

    6:38 am 8/26/2016

    After more than three years in court, the songwriters, artists and publishers behind "Remind Me" finally defeat a copyright infringment claim.Read more

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  9. 3D 'Jason Bourne' Causes Nausea, Protest in China

    12:09 am 8/26/2016

    Universal Pictures created an "exclusive" 3D version of the film for select Asian markets, but many moviegoers say the format makes for a queasy mix with Paul Greengrass' handheld camerawork and frenetic editing style. Read more

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  10. Feds Must Respond to Lawsuit Claiming IRS "Peeping Toms" Raided Health Records

    4:16 pm 8/25/2016

    The plaintiff in the case alleges that tax agents have intimate information on "leading and politically controversial members of the Screen Actors Guild and the Directors Guild."Read more

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