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  1. Disney live-event unit shutters Glendale office

    7:02 pm 10/7/2010

    Disney Theatrical Group, the entity behind such live stage shows as "Mary Poppins" and "The Lion King," will close its Glendale office and eliminate 11 jobs, a spokesman said Thursday.Read more

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  2. Tribune CEO email mocks NYT piece

    8:38 pm 10/6/2010

    Tribune Co. chief executive Randy Michaels circulated an internal memo Tuesday night to employees shooting down a New York Times report about accusing him of unprofessional behavior.Read more

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  3. Inside Tribune's bankruptcy and culture

    7:55 am 10/6/2010

    Innuendo, poker games and a new employee handbook - they all exemplify the culture that a management team appointed by Sam Zell and overseen by CEO Randy Michaels has shaped at Tribune, which is still looking to emerge from bankruptcy, according to the New York Times. Meanwhile, a Tribune board member lauded Michaels for his work, and the CEO argued the Times story is looking to influence expected management changes at the media firm.Read more

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  4. AFTRA member accused of running SAGWatch

    5:34 pm 10/5/2010

    SAGWatch is in the crosshairs.Read more

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  5. Univision CEO touts 'improved' Televisa relationship

    4:28 pm 10/5/2010

    <i>The Hollywood Reporter's Georg Szalai spoke to Univision CEO Joe Uva about the relationship between Univision and Grupo Televisa and aspects of their new deal.</i>Read more

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  6. Private equity firm Apollo considers CKX deal

    5:55 am 10/5/2010

    There is new life in the long-running sales process of CKX Inc., the entertainment firm that owns the "American Idol" franchise and rights to Elvis Presley and Muhammad Ali, the New York Post reported Tuesday.Read more

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  7. Viacom18 subsidiary to buy Indian Film Co.

    2:18 am 10/5/2010

    Network18's film arm to delist from AIMRead more

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  8. Hollywood vets rally to keep MPTF facility open

    9:15 pm 10/4/2010

    At a Hollywood theater Tuesday night, there will be a benefit called "1 Voice," featuring performances and passionate pitches from Richard Dreyfuss, John Schneider, Esai Morales, Nichelle Nichols, Connie Stevens and a dozen others.Read more

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  9. How CAA will benefit from TPG deal

    8:32 pm 10/3/2010

    An insider insists there will be no conflicts of interest after the 35% stake sale. The new board will include CAA's Richard Lovett, Bryan Lourd and Kevin Huvane.Read more

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  10. Judge: Mark Cuban must pay Don Johnson

    4:54 pm 10/3/2010

    Among those who must pay Don Johnson his $51.7 million in "Nash Bridges" money are billionaires Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner and their 2929 Entertainment, the actor's representatives said.Read more

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