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  1. Film, TV Lag Nation’s Diversity at a Cost, Study Finds

    8:21 am 2/21/2017

    UCLA Bunche Center study finds racial and gender diversity lacking.Read more

  2. Samsung Heir Arrested on Charges of Bribery

    2:06 am 2/21/2017

    South Korean prosecutors have arrested Jay Y. Lee in a case linked to a scandal that led to the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye.Read more

  3. Paramount Seeking Studio Chief, But Who Would Want the Job Now?

    4:45 pm 2/20/2017

    Brad Grey's exit comes amid a $450 million loss, a tug-of-war with Viacom's CFO and a plan to impose a "steering committee" to greenlight movies, which may hurt the effort to recruit his replacement.Read more

  4. Milo Yiannopoulos Book Canceled by Simon & Schuster

    2:45 pm 2/20/2017

    'Dangerous' was originally supposed to be published by Threshold Editions, an imprint of Simon & Schuster. Read more

  5. Brad Grey Bids Adieu to Paramount Staff: Read the Memo

    12:03 pm 2/20/2017

    The executive has ruled the studio for more than a decade.Read more

  6. Milo Yiannopoulos Resigns From Breitbart Amid Pedophilia Video Controversy

    10:37 am 2/20/2017

    The disputatious figure was also booked, then removed, as the keynote speaker at the Washington conference CPAC, which is set to welcome President Trump on Friday.Read more

  7. Scripps Networks Fourth-Quarter Earnings Drop

    8:20 am 2/20/2017

    The company behind such lifestyle channels as HGTV and Food Network records a $57.9 million goodwill write-down and says U.S. ad revenue rose 9.4 percent in the latest period.Read more

  8. Google, Bing Agree to Help U.K. Creative Industries Fight Pirate Sites

    4:09 am 2/20/2017

    A voluntary code of practice is designed to "kick-start collaboration between the parties to demote links to websites that are dedicated to infringing content for consumers in the U.K."Read more

  9. Big Brands Suspend, Limit Digital Advertising in U.K. After Report Saying It Helps Fund Extremists

    3:07 am 2/20/2017

    Jaguar Land Rover, Thomson Reuters and others have reacted to a report that ads have appeared on hate sites and next to YouTube videos from supporters of terrorist and extremist groups.Read more

  10. China Box Office: 'xXx' Wins Second Weekend, Beating 'La La Land,' 'Sing'

    12:49 am 2/20/2017

    The Vin Diesel action vehicle has earned $134 million in China after two weekends, more than triple its North American total. Read more

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