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  1. Studio Negotiators Meeting Saturday in Advance of Resuming WGA Talks Sunday

    10:38 am 4/29/2017

    Two more days of talks may be all that separates the entertainment industry from a strike.Read more

  2. WGA Says Cost of Settling is "Reasonable" But Figures Suggest Wide Gap Remains

    2:40 pm 4/28/2017

    There’s been movement, but there may still be a quarter-billion dollar spread between the parties.Read more

  3. Eboni K. Williams, Katherine Timpf and Eric Bolling to Host 5 p.m. Show on Fox News

    9:04 am 4/28/2017

    'The FOX News Specialists' will bow May 1 and have Williams, Timpf and Bolling discussing news of the day with two experts.Read more

  4. Time Inc. Says No to Sale, Stock Drops Sharply

    5:20 am 4/28/2017

    CEO Rich Battista says the company is "reinvigorated" and "uniquely positioned to succeed in the multi-platform media marketplace."Read more

  5. WGA Negotiations Slow as SAG-AFTRA Sets Talks for Mid-May

    5:00 am 4/28/2017

    Strike odds are 50-50, observers say, but, walkout or not, SAG-AFTRA — which supports the WGA — will begin bargaining next month.Read more

  6. Netflix Greenlights Second German Series, 'Dogs of Berlin'

    2:20 am 4/28/2017

    'Pandorum' director Christian Alvart will be the showrunner on the cop series, which will premiere on the streaming giant in 2018.Read more

  7. Cannes: South Korean Action Film 'The Merciless' Sells to France

    2:05 am 4/28/2017

    The movie will open in French theaters in June following its premiere in the fest's Midnight Screenings section.Read more

  8. Sony Film Unit Swings to $720 Million Full-Year Loss

    2:18 am 4/27/2017

    A series of underperformers at the box office and a $962 million charge weighed on the unit's performance.Read more

  9. 'The Good Fight' Sells to HBO Nordic, India's Zee

    1:26 am 4/27/2017

    The HBO deal will bring the CBS All Access original to Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland.Read more

  10. NBCUniversal CEO "Hopeful" on Writers Talks, Bullish About Upfront

    12:22 am 4/27/2017

    Steve Burke says "strikes aren't good for anybody," and his company's networks are heading into the upfront season "with the strongest hand we have ever had."Read more

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