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  1. NBC News Veteran Alex Wallace to Exit

    7:45 am 7/24/2015

    Wallace has overseen 'NBC Nightly News' as well as 'Meet the Press,' and, since 2014, also the Washington, DC bureau.Read more

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  2. Why Europe Is Kicking U.S. Series Out of Primetime

    5:00 am 7/24/2015

    American dramas, once dominant, are being eclipsed by strong homegrown programing ('Broadchurch,' 'Borgen'), even as digital opportunities grow.Read more

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  3. New Zealand Merges Film Agencies

    10:19 pm 7/23/2015

    Locations marketing agency Film NZ, will become part of the New Zealand Film Commission as international production balloons.Read more

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  4. The Turtles Lose Bid to Halt SiriusXM's $210M Settlement With RIAA

    5:28 pm 7/23/2015

    The recent settlement doesn't warrant the lifting of the stay on the band's similar lawsuit, rules a California judge.Read more

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  5. TV Biopic of Surfing Family Threatened In Life Rights Lawsuit

    3:33 pm 7/23/2015

    The matriarch of the "first family of surfing" says Lionsgate is developing the project with Jennifer Lawrence attached to produce but without her husband's life rights.Read more

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  6. AT&T Posts Strong Earnings Ahead of DirecTV Merger

    2:44 pm 7/23/2015

    Revenue was $33 billion.Read more

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  7. Amazon Shares Soar on Quarterly Earnings

    1:48 pm 7/23/2015

    The online giant's market capitalization is poised to surpass that of Wal-Mart.Read more

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  8. DreamWorks Animation Scores $15M as Glendale Campus Sells Again

    1:42 pm 7/23/2015

    The term of the lease is 20 years with renewal options every five years.Read more

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  9. Bill Cosby Seeks to Enforce Confidentiality With Accuser Who Settled

    1:12 pm 7/23/2015

    Cosby's attorneys say Andrea Constand has been tweeting about him and that her attorney should have told a court reporter the deposition was confidential.Read more

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  10. 'Paper Towns' Producers on Keeping Up With 'Twilight' Stars and Making John Green Cry

    11:00 am 7/23/2015

    Temple Hill's Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey went from Hollywood roommates to kings of YA movies after producing the 'Twilight' series. Now, as they follow 'The Fault in Our Stars,' they explain how they discover unknown actors and how much power they give authors.Read more

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