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Content Partners, a financial firm that buys future profit participations, has tapped veteran banker David A. Davis as senior VP of finance. Davis has a long history in the advisory and banking…
Time Warner, it seems, ran out of time for Time. The conglom on Wednesday announced plans to unload its publishing division, a move that comes as other film and TV congloms are also shedding print…
The wraps will come off a new national network when Fox Sports Media Group holds its first upfront Tuesday. The timing is apropos as talk of escalating rights costs dominates the industry and sports…
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If 2012 was the year Lionsgate grew up, then 2013 will be the first year it has to prove itself in the big leagues.
David Arquette is looking to put his recent tabloid experiences to good use on the small screen.
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