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  1. Hot Panama Papers Project Shopped for Film and TV Amid Book Deal

    2:16 pm 4/20/2016

    UTA will handle film rights for ‘Secrecy World,' which will provide the definitive account of the huge leak that exposed the illicit financial dealings of hundreds of world leaders and celebrities.Read more

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  2. Marvel's 'Civil War II' Comic Book Gets Its Own Trailer

    1:02 pm 4/20/2016

    The publisher tells fans to "choose your side" in the next inter-superhero slugfest.Read more

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  3. Sky Grows Subscribers, Earnings

    9:19 am 4/20/2016

    The pan-European pay TV giant, in which Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox owns a 39 percent stake, posts its latest results.Read more

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  4. Verizon Adds 36,000 Pay TV Subs in First Quarter, Stays Mum on Yahoo

    8:58 am 4/20/2016

    The telecom giant, which is a key player in the auction of internet company Yahoo, had signed up 90,000 in the year-ago period.Read more

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  5. Viacom Analysts Take Different Views on Impact of Dish Carriage Showdown

    5:10 am 4/20/2016

    One Wall Street observer warns about "massive cost cuts" and a dividend suspension in the case of a blackout, while another one says the stock "will mainly benefit from getting the renewal talk over with."Read more

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  6. Why Disney's Original 'Jungle Book' Is Germany's Biggest Film of All Time

    4:58 am 4/20/2016

    How a cadre of 1960s cabaret artists and musicians turned a very loose translation of Disney's 1967 classic into a bigger hit than 'Titanic,' 'Avatar' or 'Star Wars.'Read more

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  7. Dish Loses 23,000 Pay TV Subs in First Quarter, Earnings Exceed Estimates

    2:09 am 4/20/2016

    The satellite TV company, which is led by Charlie Ergen and has been in a carriage showdown with Viacom, didn't break out the number of Sling TV subs.Read more

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  8. EU Claims Google's Android Practices Violate Antitrust Law

    1:04 am 4/20/2016

    Europe says Google has favored its Android system over competitors in Europe.Read more

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