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March 7, 2013
16:37 EDTVIA, DIS, LGF, TWX, CMCSALionsgate, Universal, Disney, Warner Bros., and Paramount sign DCDC agreements
The Digital Cinema Distribution Coalition, or DCDC, announced that it has reached agreements with Lionsgate (LGF), Universal Pictures (CMCSA), The Walt Disney Company (DIS), Warner Bros. Entertainment (TWX) and Paramount Pictures (VIA) to provide each with theatrical digital delivery services across North America.
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September 24, 2014
12:29 EDTDISHasbro Princess deal positive, says Wells Fargo
After Hasbro announced that beginning in 2016 it would have the global (ex Japan) Disney (DIS)Princess doll license, Wells Fargo thinks that Hasbro has added a premier, established global license that increases the visibility of its results and significantly strengthens its girls business. The firm thinks the deal will cause Hasbro's multiple to expand further, and it keeps an Outperform rating on the shares.
12:14 EDTCMCSANetflix responds to Comcast's extortion claims, Variety reports
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10:02 EDTDISHasbro announces strategic merchandising relationship with Disney
Hasbro (HAS) announced a new strategic merchandising relationship with Disney (DIS( Consumer Products for the globally popular Disney Princess and Frozen properties. The agreement gives Hasbro global rights, excluding Japan, to develop dolls based on Disney Princess stories and characters including Cinderella, Beauty and The Beast, and The Little Mermaid as well as Frozen beginning in 2016.
09:17 EDTCMCSAComcast accuses TWC deal opponents of extortion, Re/code reports
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07:43 EDTCMCSAARRIS and Comcast trial ew RDK software in broadband modems
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06:59 EDTTWXCNN look to debut more original series in primetime this fall, Variety reports
Time Warner's CNN plans to place a greater emphasis on original series in primetime, anticipating 12 original series in 2015, reports Variety. In a Tuesday lunch meeting with journalists, CNN Worldwide President said the original series is “the source of a lot of conversation at CNN. We have had a lot of success in this area... There are a number of people internally who think we should push more into this arena.” Reference Link
September 23, 2014
08:40 EDTTWXTime Warner defends HBO strategy amid Wall Street speculation, LA Times reports
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07:03 EDTVIARentrak signs agreement with Viacom 18 Media's IndiaCast
Rentrak (RENT) announced an agreement with Viacom (VIA) 18 Media's IndiaCast for its two networks, Aapka Colors and MTV India. IndiaCast will utilize Rentrak's industry-leading TV ratings currency for programming research, as well as a business tool for its advertising sales initiatives.
September 22, 2014
10:31 EDTDISDisney's "The Lion King" becomes highest grossing Broadway show, Deadline says
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06:44 EDTTWX, CMCSA'The Maze Runner' leads weekend box office sales with $32.5M, WSJ reports
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06:41 EDTTWXTime Warner's Warner Bros. struggling, NY Times says
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September 21, 2014
13:37 EDTDISDisney attempts to expand to Indian film market with Khoobsurat release, FT says
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September 19, 2014
07:25 EDTLGFSoftbank to spend some of Alibaba windfall in Hollywood, NY Post says
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06:15 EDTTWXTime Warner price target raised to $89 from $76.69 at Citigroup
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September 18, 2014
12:42 EDTLGFLionsgate acquires worldwide distribution rights for 'The Smosh Movie'
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06:36 EDTTWXWarner Bros. could cut up to 1,000 jobs, Variety reports
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September 17, 2014
13:57 EDTTWXTNT obtains network television premiere rights to five upcoming Marvel films
Turner Network Television, or TNT, a subsidiary of Time Warner, has obtained the network television premiere rights to five upcoming Marvel Studios films, including "Avengers: Age of Ultron," and "Captain America 3." Each of the five films is tentatively scheduled to premiere on TNT a little over two years after its theatrical release. Reference Link
13:32 EDTLGFCodeblack Films enters multi-picture first look agreement with Datari Turner
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13:08 EDTDISDisney sees digital ownership up 37% year to date
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09:04 EDTTWXAmericas Media ad growth estimates lowered at Nomura
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