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  1. BeIN Media Group, Warner Bros. Sign Multi-Year Content Deal

    3:43 am 10/18/2016

    The owner of Miramax will get such shows as 'Arrow' and 'Gotham' and pay window rights to Warner films in the Middle East.Read more

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  2. MIPCOM: Interactive Drama 'The Verdict' Is Ratings Hit in Germany

    2:03 am 10/18/2016

    Nearly 7 million viewers caught the ethical quandary drama, in which viewers decide the outcome of a murder trial. Read more

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  3. MIPCOM: 'Thunderbirds' Animated Series Sells to China's CCTV

    1:13 am 10/18/2016

    ITV Studios' reboot of the classic British kids show will go out on Chinese children's channel CCTV 14. Read more

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  4. Japan's Toho Forecasts Record Profits Boosted by Anime Hit 'Your Name' and 'Godzilla'

    6:16 pm 10/17/2016

    The giant studio and distributor reversed a forecast for a 14 percent drop in profits for the current year to a 28 percent jump to ¥33 billion ($318 million).Read more

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  5. THX Sold to Gaming Firm Razer, Eyes Virtual Reality Expansion

    3:00 pm 10/17/2016

    Razer aims to reach into "broader areas of entertainment."Read more

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  6. Netflix Signs 10-Year Lease at Bronson Studios in L.A.

    2:12 pm 10/17/2016

    The deal was struck with Hudson Pacific Properties, which owns the stages and will consolidate Netflix’s presence in Hollywood over the next decade.Read more

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  7. Netflix Subscriber Growth Sends Stock Soaring

    1:10 pm 10/17/2016

    The streamer added 3.57 million subscribers worldwide during the third quarter.Read more

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  8. Marvel Chairman Ike Perlmutter Loses Bid to Shield Emails From Subpoena

    1:07 pm 10/17/2016

    Because Disney had a policy that allowed the company to monitor employees' email usage, a judge concludes that Perlmutter has waived attorney-client privilege.Read more

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  9. The Kardashians' Dash Boutique Sued for Discrimination

    11:56 am 10/17/2016

    Andres Gomez, who is legally blind, is suing the clothing company for being inaccessible to the visually impaired.Read more

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  10. 'Iverson' Director Sued by Producer Who Bought Rights to Documentary on Ex-NBA Superstar

    9:29 am 10/17/2016

    Mark Brown says he was surprised by an airing on Showtime, which allegedly licensed the documentary for $325,000.Read more

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