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  1. 'The Vinyl Cafe' Radio Show Host Stuart McLean Dies at 68

    3:08 pm 2/15/2017

    His weekly Canadian radio show with folksy yarns and music was heard on the CBC and select U.S. public radio stations. Read more

  2. Nick Cannon Exits ICM Partners for CAA

    2:47 pm 2/15/2017

    The news comes two days after the comedian departed NBC's ‘America’s Got Talent,’ citing a conflict with the network. Read more

  3. Van Jones Signs With WME (Exclusive)

    2:24 pm 2/15/2017

    The CNN political commentator was previously with CAA. Read more

  4. CBS All Access Had Record Sign Ups on Grammys Sunday

    12:08 pm 2/15/2017

    Revenue during the conglomerate's fourth quarter dropped less than 2 percent to $3.52 billion.Read more

  5. Light Field Camera Developer Lytro Raises $60M

    11:59 am 2/15/2017

    Chris Milk's 'Within' recently used the technology; industry vet Buzz Hays named Lytro general manager.Read more

  6. Disney Holds Company-Wide 2nd Annual 'Pitch-a-Palooza' | THR News

    11:46 am 2/15/2017

    Disney held a company-wide competition, known as Pitch-a-Palooza, to find the next hit TV show. Read more

  7. WME Partner Lisa Harrison to Exit

    11:30 am 2/15/2017

    The beloved agency veteran of 16 years is departing amicably to travel with friends.Read more

  8. Rights Available! A&E Exec's Second Novel Up for Grabs

    10:30 am 2/15/2017

    Rob Sharenow's 'The Berlin Boxing Club,' along with Janelle Brown's 'Watch Me Disappear,' are both ripe for optioning.Read more

  9. Sick of Trump? Hollywood Producer's Daughter Creates Filter for Social Media

    9:30 am 2/15/2017

    "Trump was everywhere and I needed a break," says Emily Kaufman, daughter of Aaron Kaufman, about her creation, which has been put to use by Rose McGowan.Read more

  10. Univision Reports Higher Quarterly Earnings, CEO Touts Ratings Trends

    7:58 am 2/15/2017

    The company, led by CEO Randy Falco, expects $376 million in FCC spectrum auction proceeds.Read more

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