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May 28, 2014
06:20 EDTDIS, SNEVubiquity acquires FilmFlex Movies from Sony, Disney
Vubiquity announced that it had acquired UK-based FilmFlex Movies, formerly a joint venture between Sony (SNE) Pictures Television and Disney (DIS), provides digital storefront and video on demand services to connected consumers throughout the UK. The company has licensing agreements with major US studios and many independent distributors. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Reference Link
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July 17, 2014
09:31 EDTDISMattel says 'Frozen' brand continuing to grow
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06:37 EDTDISFox purchase of Time Warner would challenge ESPN, Reuters says
If 21st Century Fox (FOXA) buys Time Warner (TWX), Fox would mount a significant challenge to Disney's (DIS) ESPN, according to Reuters. An acquisition of Time Warner would add March Madness, prime-time NBA games, and more Major League Baseball games to Fox's already significant arsenal of popular sports events, the news service explained. Reference Link
July 16, 2014
12:26 EDTDISOn The Fly: Midday Wrap
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07:30 EDTDISTime Warner turned down $80B offer from 21st Century Fox, NYT says
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07:24 EDTDISSiemer & Associates to hold a summit
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06:14 EDTSNEABI Research: More than 2B smartphones to ship in 2018, DigiTimes says
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05:58 EDTDISCBS CEO says 'willing to talk' to Aereo, VentureBeat reports
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July 15, 2014
06:43 EDTDISTime Warner looks for NBA programming deal renewal, Bloomberg says
Time Warner (TWC) and Disney's (DIS) ESPN are looking to renew the last big U.S. sports agreement with the National Basketball Association thatís up for grabs until 2021, according Reuters, citing people familiar with the talks. Time Warner and Disney, which divvy-up airing the games, pay the league an average total of $930M annually. Reference Link
06:36 EDTDISNBA seeks to double TV-rights fees from Disney, Time Warner, WSJ reports
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06:30 EDTSNEDOJ investigating music publishing, possible price coordination, WSJ reports
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06:11 EDTSNESamsung, HiSilicon to sell more handset solutions to vendors, DigiTimes says
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July 14, 2014
06:56 EDTDISDisney, CBS, Discovery questioned over Comcast merger, Bloomberg says
Disney (DIS), Discovery (DISCA) and CBS (CBS) are being questioned by U.S. antitrust officials who are investigating Comcast's (CMCSA) planned purchase of Time Warner Cable (TWC), according to Bloomberg, citing three people familiar with the matter. Reference Link
06:42 EDTSNE'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' leads box office with $73M opening, WSJ says
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06:10 EDTSNETaiwan touch panel makers see more orders from handset vendors, DigiTimes says
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July 13, 2014
11:23 EDTDISHulu and South Park announce exclusive multi-year content licensing deal
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July 11, 2014
06:57 EDTSNESony threatens to stop using Ascap, BMI, NY Times says
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06:42 EDTSNESoundcloud, record labels get closer to agreement, Bloomberg says
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July 10, 2014
11:02 EDTSNEWi-LAN, Sony enter license agreement
Wi-LAN (WILN) announced that the company and Sony (SNE) have entered into a multi-year license agreement related to WiLAN's portfolio of television technologies. The agreement includes certain 3D television technology developed by SENSIO Technologies. SENSIO's S2D Switch technology is exclusively available from WiLAN. All remaining terms of the license agreement are confidential.
07:14 EDTDISAereo seeks to survive as cable system, WSJ says
Following its Supreme Court loss, Aereo is now arguing that it should be classified as a cable system and receive a compulsory license that would give it legal access to content and allow it to continue operating, reported The Wall Street Journal. Television broadcasters that own the copyrights in many of the programs that Aereo streams, including CBS (CBS), Disney (DIS), 21st Century Fox (FOXA), and Comcast (CMCSA), successfully sued the service for copyright infringement. In addition to Comcast, publicly-traded cable companies include Time Warner Cable (TWC), Cablevision (CVC), and Charter (CHTR). Reference Link
06:18 EDTSNEIDC: PC shipments in mature regions stabilizes market in Q2, DigiTimes
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