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  1. NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Pens Open Letter to Hollywood (Guest Column)

    6:00 am 4/18/2014

    In his own words, Bill de Blasio pays homage to Hollywood's $7.1 billion imprint on the Big Apple and talks about his "Good Wife" role.Read more

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  2. Meet the Texas-Based Moneyman Behind Sony's New Financing Deal

    5:00 am 4/18/2014

    Lone Star, run by billionaire John Grayken, has raised $45.5 billion since its founding in 1995 but has managed to stay largely under the radar.Read more

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  3. Weibo Shares Surge in Stock Market Debut

    1:24 am 4/18/2014

    The Chinese social media company -- often compared to Twitter -- had priced its stock at the low end of the target range.Read more

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  4. Religious Thriller 'Persecuted' Giving Free Tickets to Clergy

    3:40 pm 4/17/2014

    The strategy differs from the usual tactic of films trying to woo the faithful with pre-screenings, then attempting to pack theaters by selling group tickets to churches.Read more

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  5. Maker-Disney: New Lawsuit Asks for Unwinding of Merger

    2:26 pm 4/17/2014

    A shareholder argues that Disney's acquisition came after fraud at the company. Read more

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  6. Bill de Blasio Chooses Cynthia Lopez as New York City Film Czar (Exclusive)

    1:58 pm 4/17/2014

    The move has been eagerly anticipated by the city's film and TV community.Read more

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  7. Record Labels Sue Pandora Over Pre-1972 Recordings

    1:18 pm 4/17/2014

    The popular streaming service is hit with a complaint in New York court with potentially big consequences.Read more

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  8. Transgender TV Personality Loses Viacom Discrimination Lawsuit

    11:25 am 4/17/2014

    B. Scott sued for being forced to change his gender identity at the 2013 BET Awards.Read more

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  9. ESPN Execs Talk Fox Sports 1 Competition, Outline Programming Strategy

    10:40 am 4/17/2014

    Network president John Skipper acknowledged that NBA and Big Ten Conference rights run out in the next couple of years and bidding from recently launched Fox Sports 1 will likely drive the costs higher.Read more

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