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Starting April 1, Digiplex will screen tentpole Hollywood pics with both Spanish and English sound tracks in select locations around the country with large Hispanic populations.
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Goldsmith and Levin work in tandem at Lionsgate, where they played big roles in its acquisition of Summit Entertainment in January and also lined up an $800 million revolving credit facility in…
Dan Timmons & Brian Stearns, co-heads of Entertainment Industries Group & Amit Bajaj, director investment banking, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
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Growing VOD outfits bump up price for Hollywood product
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