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  1. Netflix Australia Reaches Estimated 2.5 Million Users

    6:14 am 11/17/2015

    "Launched in March 2015, Netflix accounts for the majority of SVOD services," says the Australian Communications and Media Authority.Read more

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  2. Entertainment One First-Half Earnings Rise

    4:03 am 11/17/2015

    TV unit financials rose, while film unit results came in lower than in the year-ago period.Read more

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  3. John Malone's Liberty Global to Acquire Caribbean Telecom Firm in $5.3 Billion Deal

    12:29 am 11/17/2015

    The deal for Cable & Wireless represents "a watershed moment" for the company's Latin American business, says CEO Mike Fries.Read more

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  4. APA Promotes Music Agent John Pantle to Vice President

    12:05 am 11/17/2015

    His clients include Public Enemy and Run DMC.Read more

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  5. Indian Film Major Eros Reports Higher Earnings

    11:40 pm 11/16/2015

    The company's shares in New York and Mumbai have been volatile following recent online reports questioning its financials.Read more

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  6. Hollywood Docket: Former NBA Player Sues Business Manager For Facilitating Embezzlement

    7:42 pm 11/16/2015

    Plus Warner Bros.' dismissal from a film scoring lawsuit and a new hire in Century City.Read more

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  7. Pandora to Acquire Pieces of Rdio

    3:02 pm 11/16/2015

    The subscription market with Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, Deezer and Rhapsody gets a powerful new entrant.Read more

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  8. Miramax Could Sell to Qatar-Based Group (Report)

    1:36 pm 11/16/2015

    Miramax hired Morgan Stanley to help it locate a buyer. Read more

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  9. ICM’s Mark Gordon Tapped to Lead International Scripted TV

    12:00 pm 11/16/2015

    The agency partner will move to London for his newly created role.Read more

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  10. John Kasich, Lindsey Graham Demand Free Time on NBC

    11:43 am 11/16/2015

    The Republicans say that Donald Trump's appearance on Saturday Night Live entitles them to equal opportunity per an FCC rule.Read more

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