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  1. Sony Hack: WikiLeaks Publishes More Than 30,000 Documents

    10:20 am 4/16/2015

    Julian Assange says the documents are "newsworthy." His website has now put up the documents in a searchable format so that it "remains accessible to the public for years to come."Read more

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  2. Russia Box Office: 'Furious 7' Becomes Fastest Movie to Gross 1 Billion Rubles

    8:30 am 4/16/2015

    Previously, the movie set all-time records for an weekend and opening day.Read more

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  3. Russia Touts Fewer Illegal Downloads of 'Game of Thrones' Episodes

    7:49 am 4/16/2015

    For years, Russia's online piracy record has been poor, and the U.S. has traditionally put the country on the list of notorious markets for copyright violations.Read more

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  4. MIPTV: Formats Rise Again as Content Continues to Go Global

    6:41 am 4/16/2015

    People put faith back in formats this market, as digital dominated the conversation.Read more

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  5. DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg's Pay Drops 53 Percent

    2:49 pm 4/15/2015

    Katzenberg's $2.5 million base salary didn't change, but in 2013 he made $6 million via a non-equity incentive plan, while in 2014 he made zero from that plan.Read more

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  6. UCLA to Host Entertainment/Sports Labor Conference

    2:40 pm 4/15/2015

    The broad-ranging event aims to build bridges between scholars, professionals and practitioners.Read more

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  7. Hollywood Docket: Fox News, Spike Lee, Don Henley Settle Lawsuits

    12:47 pm 4/15/2015

    Meanwhile, a Beyonce Knowles' settlement will be examined in a new lawsuit.Read more

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  8. Netflix Ends Quarter With More Than 59 Million Subscribers

    12:33 pm 4/15/2015

    Revenue and earnings per share both fell short of expectations.Read more

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  9. Appeals Court Agrees to Review SiriusXM's Challenge Over Pre-1972 Music

    10:36 am 4/15/2015

    The 2nd Circuit will take up the issue of whether New York protects the public performance of older songs — and whether that violates the U.S. Constitution.Read more

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  10. 'Child 44' Russia Release Canceled Over Distortion Claims

    9:38 am 4/15/2015

    The Tom Hardy movie, set in post-WWII Soviet Union, was accused of "distorting historical facts."Read more

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