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  1. Amy Ephron Reveals Cover for New Kids Book (Exclusive)

    2:16 pm 7/21/2016

    The author says 'The Castle in the Mist' is a "modern day mash-up" of classic children's lit. Read more

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  2. Sony Options Hot YA Novel 'This Savage Song' (Exclusive)

    1:25 pm 7/21/2016

    The novel — set in a dark dystopian urban world where monsters are real — debuted at No. 1 on the New York Times' YA best-seller list. Read more

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  3. Comic-Con: DC's 'Rebirth' Brings Sales Boost for Superhero Comic Line

    11:24 am 7/21/2016

    Also up are sales of graphic novels and collected editions, described as "where the real growth is" by co-publisher Dan DiDio.Read more

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  4. Roy Thomas on Life at Marvel in the 1960s (Guest Column)

    6:15 am 7/21/2016

    Stan Lee's successor as editor recalls what it was like to work with the legendary comic creator. Read more

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  5. What's Behind Dish's Biggest Pay TV Subscriber Loss?

    5:22 am 7/21/2016

    "Satellite TV technology is losing its currency faster than anyone would have predicted," says one analyst, while another Wall Street observer says, "This seems to be Charlie [Ergen]'s strategy."Read more

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  6. NBCUniversal International Studios, French Unscripted Producer Strike First-Look Deal

    1:27 am 7/21/2016

    Terminal 9 has made such shows as 'Best Couple Ever,' 'Cookin' the World' and 'Everybody Sings.'Read more

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  7. Why is the Film That Predicted the Turkish Coup IMDB's Worst-Rated Ever?

    1:00 am 7/21/2016

    The 2015 conspiracy thriller 'Code Name: K.O.Z.' might itself be the victim of an online plot to sabotage its IMDB rating. Read more

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  8. Dish Posts Its Biggest Quarterly Pay TV Sub Drop Ever, Earnings Beat Estimates

    12:38 am 7/21/2016

    Charlie Ergen talks about a carriage dispute with Tribune Media, consolidation and the pay TV industry's mature business. Read more

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  9. Comic-Con: IDW Publishing to Reprint Forgotten Comics with 'It's Alive!' Imprint

    1:30 pm 7/20/2016

    The new line, which will bring long-lost classics back to print, begins with a Trina Robbins adaptation of a 1919 Sax Rohmer novel.Read more

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