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August 19, 2013
18:40 EDTFOXA, NWSA21st Century Fox adds $110M to legal fee budget, WSJ says
Twenty-First Century Fox has added $110M to the amount it is budgeting to cover legal costs related to the alleged use of illegal reporting tactics at News Corp.'s (NWSA) U.K. newspapers, reports The Wall Street Journal. Reference Link
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October 20, 2014
06:49 EDTFOXATumblr, TV shows collaborate to broaden reach, NY Times says
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06:46 EDTNWSANews Corp. upgraded at Macquarie
As previously reported, Macquarie upgraded News Corp to Neutral from Underperform. The firm upgraded shares based on valuation and expectations for operational trends to improve in 2015. Price target is $16.70.
06:40 EDTNWSANews Corp. upgraded to Neutral from Underperform at Macquarie
October 19, 2014
18:38 EDTFOXASony's ‘Fury’ wins at the box office,'Gone Girl' keeps second place, WSJ says
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17:39 EDTFOXADish's AutoHop wins wins tentative ruling over Fox, Bloomberg says
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October 17, 2014
09:33 EDTFOXATribune, 21st Century Fox renew, extend Seattle affiliate agreement
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October 15, 2014
09:59 EDTFOXATime Warner CEO says has more than sufficient scale, sees doubling EPS
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07:58 EDTFOXARentrak deal with Fox affirms strategy, says Brean Capital
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October 12, 2014
15:54 EDTFOXA21st Century Fox's 'Gone Girl' wins at box office with $26.8M, Bloomberg says
21st Century Fox's (FOX, FOXA) “Gone Girl” took first place at the box office this weekend taking in $26.8M, says Bloomberg. "Dracula Untold,” from Comcast's (CMCSA) Universal Pictures came in second this weekend taking in $23.5M, added Bloomberg. Reference Link
October 10, 2014
13:17 EDTFOXANielsen to restate some TV rating due to software glitch, Variety reports
Nielsen (NLSN) acknowledged it uncovered a software error on October 6 that had resulted in TV ratings being allocated incorrectly among broadcast and syndication programming since March 2 and that it would restate the ratings accordingly to fix the errors, reported Variety. The company said 98% to 99% of ratings would not be affected by more than .05 of a ratings point and a person familiar with the situation said some TV networks have an expectation that some of their new fall programming will see a very slight uplift due to the restatement, the report noted. The big four broadcast networks are operated by CBS (CBS), Comcast (CMCSA), Disney (DIS) and 21st Century Fox (FOXA). Reference Link
08:05 EDTFOXA21st Century Fox, Apollo Global agree to form content joint venture
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08:03 EDTFOXA21st Century Fox, Apollo Global form content joint venture
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06:42 EDTFOXATime Warner CEO to be questioned on growth plans, NY Post reports
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October 8, 2014
13:27 EDTFOXASoftBank no longer talking to DreamWorks, Buzzfeed reports
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07:13 EDTFOXAHulu may cut number ads on Hulu Plus, NY Post reports
Hulu (FOXA, DIS, CMCSA) CEO Mike Hopkins is looking to cut back on the number of ads that appear on Hulu Plus, reports the New York Post. According to an executive close to the company, Hulu and its partners are “always looking at a variety of ways to create the best possible experience for our viewers and advertisers including reducing the ad load." Reference Link

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