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  1. Hulu Strikes Content Deal With Miramax

    7:08 am 6/1/2011

    The film studio recently also reached an agreement with Netflix's streaming service.Read more

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  2. Lionsgate Looks to Make Deals With iTunes, Amazon

    7:01 am 6/1/2011

    Citing the studio’s recent agreement to stream 'Mad Men' on Netflix, CEO Jon Feltheimer says online video deals will drive Lionsgate’s TV business.Read more

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  3. Lady Gaga Hits No. 1, Sets Record for Women

    6:51 am 6/1/2011

    She's the fifth female artist to pass the platinum mark in a week. Read more

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  4. Keith Olbermann's First Current TV Ad Revealed (Photo)

    6:34 am 6/1/2011

    "It's not just new. It's Current," reads the tagline. Read more

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  5. Jane Lynch Skewers Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, Glee at News Corp. Event (Video)

    6:16 am 6/1/2011

    Stepping in for Rupert Mudoch at a tech conference, she also jokes about shuttering the company’s iPad publication The Daily: “Never heard of it.”Read more

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  6. Analyst Expects Broadcast Upfront Deals by Week's End

    5:55 am 6/1/2011

    UBS analyst John Janedis expects CBS and ABC ad rate increases of 11 percent to 12 percent over last year after an estimated 10 percent gain for Fox, which he said "could limit" the pricing upside for its competitors.Read more

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  7. Lance Armstrong's Lawyers Demand Apology for '60 Minutes' Expose

    5:42 am 6/1/2011

    In a letter sent to CBS Wednesday, the biker's attorneys accuse CBS of shoddy journalism. Read more

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  8. Patrick Dempsey Leaving 'Grey's Anatomy' Next Year?

    5:31 am 6/1/2011

    "I do not know what's going to happen to the other characters, but for me it's done," he tells Italian Vanity Fair.Read more

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  9. Reports See Generation Y, Poverty as Key Challenges for Pay TV Firms

    2:07 pm 5/31/2011

    Consultancy Ideas & Solutions! explores "What Gen Y Thinks About Pay TV and Cord Cutting," while Sanford C. Bernstein analyzes "the poverty problem."Read more

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