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  1. Sean 'Diddy' Combs Names Nathalie Moar Head of Communications for Combs Enterprises

    8:30 am 5/11/2015

    "She knows me and my work and has been part of my most successful projects over the years," says the rapper-producer and business mogul.Read more

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  2. Bill Simmons: What He Might Do Next

    8:00 am 5/11/2015

    The sports pundit's ouster from ESPN gives way to speculation about a new company or a move to Fox.Read more

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  3. Warner Bros. Wins First Amendment Argument in Piracy Hunt

    7:59 am 5/11/2015

    The studio and copyright agent Rightscorp escape a claim they abused the legal process by exploiting subpoenas.Read more

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  4. Hollywood Buying Spree: Film Studios Stocking Up on Spec Scripts and Pitches

    5:00 am 5/11/2015

    Literary reps are calling it one of the busiest bursts of development activity in recent memory.Read more

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  5. Japan's SoftBank Appoints Former Google Exec President

    3:18 am 5/11/2015

    Nikesh Arora is tipped as future CEO by founder Masayoshi Son as the company reports strong full year earnings. Read more

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  6. L.A. Mayor Calls on TV Industry to Take Advantage of Expanded State Incentives

    12:40 pm 5/8/2015

    The first opportunity for TV productions to submit applications opens on Monday. Read more

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  7. HBO Beats Defamation Lawsuit at Trial

    12:35 pm 5/8/2015

    The network successfully defends a libel claim brought by Mitre Sports.Read more

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  8. ESPN Decides Not to Renew Bill Simmons' Contract

    7:47 am 5/8/2015

    ESPN President John Skipper said Friday, "it was clear it was time to move on."Read more

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  9. Can Europe Set Up a Digital Single Market Without Killing Copyrights? (Analysis)

    6:14 am 5/8/2015

    Europe wants to create a single market for digital content, but critics say the plans could still “kill the film industry.” Read more

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  10. Liberty Global TV Subscribers Fall in First Quarter

    4:15 am 5/8/2015

    John Malone's international cable operator, led by CEO Mike Fries, reported "higher video losses due to increased competition in certain markets."Read more

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