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  1. U.S. Probing If Cable Operators Hamper Netflix, Online Video (Report)

    1:21 am 6/13/2012

    The Justice Department antitrust investigation is looking at broadband usage limits and other tactics.Read more

  2. HBO, Showtime Are Most Polarizing Entertainment Brands Among Democrats, Republicans

    5:50 pm 6/12/2012

    A study by “neuro-insight” firm Buyology measures emotional responses to 200 brands.Read more

  3. Anthony Pellicano Pleads for Early Jail Release

    5:50 pm 6/12/2012

    His lawyer says that the former private eye is not a danger to the public or to flee; and that he is suffering from a serious eye condition.Read more

  4. Jim Carrey Lists Malibu Colony House for $13.95 Million

    4:53 pm 6/12/2012

    The "Mr. Popper's Penguins" star is selling his oceanfront property, which he has owned for ten years. Read more

  5. SAG-AFTRA? There’s (Gonna be) an App for That

    3:51 pm 6/12/2012

    The union touts its software at the Produced By conference, but shows a few hard edges too – and wants improvements in its new media agreement.Read more

  6. Dinner With Barack: Obama Letting Americans Choose His Next Celebrity Guest

    3:18 pm 6/12/2012

    The president has recently dined with George Clooney, Sarah Jessica Parker and Vogue's Anna Wintour as part of his fundraising dinner series.Read more

  7. CBS Continues Attack on ABC's 'Glass House' in New Court Filing

    1:44 pm 6/12/2012

    ABC's opposition to TRO draws objection from 'Big Brother' network CBS.Read more

  8. 'How I Met Your Mother' EP Chuck Tatham Inks New Overall Deal at 20th TV

    12:07 pm 6/12/2012

    The former "Arrested Development" co-executive producer will remain involved in "HIMYM" as an EP and will develop new projects for the studio.Read more

  9. U.K. Bids for English Premier League TV Rights Go Into Second Round

    10:59 am 6/12/2012

    Long-time incumbent BSkyB and Walt Disney's ESPN currently hold the rights to matches in the soccer league.Read more

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