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  1. Twitter Analyst Downgrades Stock to "Sell," Says "Hope Is Not a Strategy"

    4:21 am 5/25/2016

    Michael Nathanson cites advertiser fatigue and says new initiatives amount to "too little, too late." Read more

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  2. Europe Calls for Netflix, Amazon Content Quota

    1:50 am 5/25/2016

    In addition to a 20 percent European content quota, new legislation would allow countries, such as France, to force streaming giants to invest in European films and TV series. Read more

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  3. Warner Music U.K. Launches Creative Content Division The Firepit

    1:49 am 5/25/2016

    It will produce short- and long-form visual content, support brand partnerships and incubate emerging technologies.Read more

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  4. All3Media Buys Stake in U.K. Producer Caravan

    1:33 am 5/25/2016

    The production firm owned by Discovery and Liberty Global backs the company that makes documentaries, current affairs programs and factual series.Read more

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  5. Francis Ford Coppola to Publish 'The Godfather Notebook'

    2:44 pm 5/24/2016

    The director's "making of" binder will be reproduced to take readers behind the scenes of the 1972 classic. Read more

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  6. ComiXology Launches Monthly "Netflix for Comics" Subscription

    10:35 am 5/24/2016

    The Amazon subsidiary will offer titles from Image Comics, IDW Publishing, Boom! Studios and other indie publishers for $5.99 a month.Read more

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  7. Yahoo Sale Process Going "Very, Very Well," Says CFO

    7:08 am 5/24/2016

    Ken Goldman, at an investor conference, doesn't provide specifics after reports of low bids, but says the process is “well along the way" and management continues "to work tirelessly" toward its conclusion. Read more

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  8. Google's Paris Headquarters Raided in Tax Probe

    6:20 am 5/24/2016

    "We comply with French law and are cooperating fully with the authorities to answer their questions," says a representative.Read more

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  9. Sony Full-Year Forecast Down Following Japanese Earthquakes

    11:17 pm 5/23/2016

    The entertainment to electronics group said its profits for the year to March 2017 will be down 46 percent to $732 million, in a forecast delayed following damage to factories in the Kumamoto area of Japan last month.Read more

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