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  1. Disney Extends CEO Bob Iger's Contract to 2019

    8:05 am 3/23/2017

    The exec has now re-upped his contract until July 2, 2019 amid concerns among industry observers that there is no heir apparent within the company's executive ranks.Read more

  2. BBC Appoints Deputy Director General, BBC Worldwide Boss to New Board

    7:08 am 3/23/2017

    The U.K. public broadcaster also adds a former Paralympian and a former Virgin top executive to the 14-member board that will take over from the BBC Trust in April.Read more

  3. Casting Group Takes "Very Disturbing" Letter to Police as Pay-to-Play Arraignments Proceed

    6:15 am 3/23/2017

    LAPD has dismissed casting directors’ concern over what they consider a threat.Read more

  4. Richard Branson Reacts to Alaska Airlines' Decision to Retire Virgin America Brand

    6:04 am 3/23/2017

    "Many tears are shed today," said the British billionaire.Read more

  5. Ukraine Bans Russia's Eurovision Song Contest Performer

    3:32 am 3/23/2017

    Wheelchair-bound Yulia Samoilova was selected as a participant with her song "Flame is Burning," but host nation Ukraine says she can't enter due to a 2015 performance in Crimea, a peninsular annexed by Russia.Read more

  6. Michael Eisner's Tornante in Talks to Buy English Soccer Club Portsmouth (Report)

    2:04 am 3/23/2017

    The 75-year-old could become the latest international businessman to buy a team.Read more

  7. Beijing Film Festival to Screen David Lynch Retrospective

    12:39 am 3/23/2017

    Acclaimed Danish filmmaker Bille August has been named chair of this year's international competition jury. Read more

  8. China Punishes 326 Cinemas for Box-Office Fraud

    8:33 pm 3/22/2017

    After years of suspected impropriety, the crackdown comes as welcome news to Hollywood, which increasingly relies on the China market for growth. Read more

  9. 'Home Improvement' Profits Lawsuit Against Disney Revived by Appeals Court

    1:42 pm 3/22/2017

    The 1990s TV show starring Tim Allen made more than a billion dollars, and now producers will get a chance to fight over Disney's conduct related to participation statements.Read more

  10. 17,000 AT&T Workers in California and Nevada Go on Strike

    12:24 pm 3/22/2017

    The union plans to file an unfair labor charge with the National Labor Relations Board.Read more

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