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  1. NBC News President on Megyn Kelly's New Show, Trump and Fox News Turmoil

    6:30 am 4/27/2017

    "I would never allow a culture like that to exist," Noah Oppenheim says of the recent Bill O'Reilly allegations.Read more

  2. Vine Alternative Investments Acquires Rights to Several Relativity Films

    6:15 am 4/27/2017

    Earlier this month, Vine acquired a controlling interest in Village Roadshow Entertainment.Read more

  3. Sony Film Unit Swings to $720 Million Full-Year Loss

    2:18 am 4/27/2017

    A series of underperformers at the box office and a $962 million charge weighed on the unit's performance.Read more

  4. NBCUniversal CEO "Hopeful" on Writers Talks, Bullish About Upfront

    12:22 am 4/27/2017

    Steve Burke says "strikes aren't good for anybody," and his company's networks are heading into the upfront season "with the strongest hand we have ever had."Read more

  5. TV Writers Speak Out on Strike Plans and Why the Last Walkout Was "a Huge Success"

    11:17 pm 4/26/2017

    The "Peak TV" era is great creatively, says a trio of rank-and-file WGA members, but writers suffer financially while companies rake in the profits: "I feel like we are willing to work with the AMPTP, and it doesn't feel like they are willing to work with us."Read more

  6. APOS: Southeast Asian Streamer Hooq Unveils Five Original Productions

    8:30 pm 4/26/2017

    The platform, which is backed by Sony Pictures Television and Warner Bros., will begin theatrically exhibiting and streaming the projects in Asia over the coming months. Read more

  7. UTA Signs Peabody-Winning Director Eugene Jarecki (Exclusive)

    5:45 pm 4/26/2017

    His latest documentary, ‘Promised Land,’ will premiere next month at a Cannes special screening.Read more

  8. Regal Entertainment Posts Mixed Quarterly Earnings

    2:53 pm 4/26/2017

    Regal said Wednesday that revenue rose to $821.2 million from $787.1 million a year earlier.Read more

  9. ESPN Lays Off 100 Staffers, Most On-Air Talent | THR News

    11:54 am 4/26/2017

    ESPN is letting go of 100 staffers, most of them on-air talent. Network president John Skipper made the announcement on Wednesday, noting that changes in the lineup will be implemented this week.Read more

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