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  1. NBCUniversal Agrees to Pay Out $6.4 Million To Settle Unpaid Internship Claims (Exclusive)

    7:38 am 10/23/2014

    A class action lawsuit was brought by former "Saturday Night Live" intern Monet Eliastam and othersRead more

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  2. AFM: Ethan Hawke to Play Chet Baker in 'Born to Be Blue'

    6:00 am 10/23/2014

    The ‘Boyhood’ star is ready to get lost in the jazz trumpeter biopicRead more

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  3. NBCUniversal CEO Sees "Challenge" for HBO Web Service, Cannibalization Risk

    5:37 am 10/23/2014

    "I don’t think distributing directly to consumers via the Internet is an easy thing to do," says Steve Burke about HBO and CBS plans for online-only servicesRead more

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  4. Japanese Startup Unveils Box-Office Prediction System at Tokyo Content Market

    12:43 am 10/23/2014

    Japanese company Crunchers says it can accurately predict a film's box-office potential using big data Read more

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  5. DGA Sets New Three-Year Commercials Contract

    4:11 pm 10/22/2014

    It creates a new low budget contract and the first program to encourage more diversity among commercial directorsRead more

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  6. IWMF Courage in Journalism Awards Honors CNN's Arwa Damon and AP's Anja Niedringhaus

    2:35 pm 10/22/2014

    "[Ben Bradlee] was one of the good guys — he cared about the truth, he cared about getting it right, and he was a great journalist"Read more

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  7. CAA Marketing Hires Ogilvy & Mather’s Fred Levron

    2:24 pm 10/22/2014

    The veteran creative director has won Cannes Lion, CLIO and Webby awards for his workRead more

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  8. Joel Cohen, Literary and TV Packaging Agent, Dies at 92

    11:39 am 10/22/2014

    His clients included Doris Day, Garry Marshall and Norman Lear writersRead more

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  9. FCC Pauses Review of Comcast-Time Warner Cable, DirecTV-AT&T Deals

    9:05 am 10/22/2014

    It's the second time this month that the FCC has stopped the clock on its 180-day review periodRead more

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  10. Warner Bros. Unit Hit With Racketeering Lawsuit Over 'The Conjuring,' 'The Hobbit' (Exclusive)

    8:15 am 10/22/2014

    According to today's filing, New Line Cinema participated in "money laundering to acquire and conceal their victims' assets and to cheat their victims of their income."Read more

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