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  1. France's TF1 sees revenue dip 9% in 2009

    3:15 am 2/18/2010

    Despite boasting the highest ratings in France on its main TV network, French media group TF1 didn't manage to weather the economic storm in 2009, with the group reporting a 9% dip in revenue for that year on Thursday.Read more

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  2. TW hiring former Murdoch confidant

    3:36 pm 2/17/2010

    Time Warner plans to name former News Corp. communications guru and Rupert Murdoch confidant Gary Ginsberg as a senior adviser to chairman and CEO Jeffrey Bewkes on a broad range of issues.Read more

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  3. PVR calls off DT Cinemas deal

    5:13 am 2/16/2010

    Inox-Fame deal opposed by RelianceRead more

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  4. Sumitomo: J:Com won't be subsidiary

    3:57 am 2/15/2010

    Japanese bidder would keep cable co. independentRead more

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  5. Shaw Comms. to control Canwest Global

    6:46 am 2/12/2010

    In a move that confirms cable's increasing dominance of Canadian TV, local cable giant Shaw Communications is to acquire a controlling stake in restructuring broadcaster Canwest Global Communications Corp.Read more

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  6. Hathway Cable's $158 mln IPO fully subscribed

    6:25 am 2/12/2010

    India cable company serves 13 cities, provides broadbandRead more

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  7. Film unit boosts Viacom Q4

    3:42 am 2/11/2010

    Viacom management on Thursday joined other sector giants in highlighting improving advertising market trends, while remaining more cautious than some peers.Read more

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  8. Lionsgate has eyes on Miramax library

    7:00 am 2/10/2010

    Lionsgate on Wednesday veered between coyness and expressed interest in Disney's Miramax unit, but said it will not overpay for the indie film archive.Read more

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  9. 'Astro Boy' studio Imagi closes

    1:26 am 2/9/2010

    'TMNT' producer lost $93 mil in half-year to Sept. 30Read more

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  10. Report predicts return of M&A activity

    7:55 am 2/8/2010

    The number of U.S. media and entertainment mergers and acquisitions fell dramatically in 2009 along with the overall dollar value of deals, but 2010 could see a rebound as the economy and overall M&A market recover, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers.Read more

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