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  1. Showeast 2012: Sony Focused On Digital Cinema Conversion

    9:00 am 11/5/2012

    The technology maker continues to offer Virtual Print Fee deals, previews a new 4K projector designed for small to mid-sized theaters, and demos high frame rate support.Read more

  2. Final Push: Springsteen, Hamm, Hathaway Deployed to Support Obama

    8:23 am 11/5/2012

    While he'll be joined on a last-minute swing state trip by Bruce Springsteen, the president will send a whole roster of celebrities to advocate on his behalf.Read more

  3. Dror Moreh's Doc 'The Gatekeepers' Inks Deals for U.K., Ireland and Australia

    8:06 am 11/5/2012

    Metrodome acquires the doc for U.K. and Ireland, Madman corrals film for Oz.Read more

  4. 'Skyfall' Sets U.K. Box Office Record for Second Weekend

    7:39 am 11/5/2012

    The movie, which stars Daniel Craig as 007, becomes the fastest film in British history to reach $80 million.Read more

  5. Fox Promotes Two Legal Executives

    7:35 am 11/5/2012

    Peter Marco will focus on sports rights deals while Lisa Richardson will be a lead attorney in TV distribution negotiations.Read more

  6. Zhang Yimou's 'Flowers of War' to Screen at Marrakech International Film Festival

    7:25 am 11/5/2012

    The filmmaker's latest work will be used as hook to fete the filmmaker's career on both sides of the camera.Read more

  7. NBCUniversal, Cablevision Strike Multi-Year Carriage Deal

    7:14 am 11/5/2012

    The agreement covers retransmission consent for NBC and Telemundo TV stations, for which the company hasn't been paid in the past.Read more

  8. 'Downton Abbey' Creator Julian Fellowes Mulls Introduction of Ethnic Characters

    6:22 am 11/5/2012

    The Oscar-winning writer is waiting for U.K. network ITV1 to order a fourth season of his hit drama.Read more

  9. Netflix Adopts Shareholder Rights Plan After News of Carl Icahn Investment

    6:07 am 11/5/2012

    UPDATED: Stockholder rights plans, also known as "poison pills," make hostile takeover attempts too expensive.Read more

  10. Paramount, John Singleton Settle 'Hustle & Flow' Litigation (Exclusive)

    5:08 am 11/5/2012

    The director/producer sued the studio and MTV Films for allegedly breaching a promise made at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival to "put" two additional features.Read more

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