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  • Netflix Stock Hits All-Time High on Upbeat Analyst Estimates

    Netflix shares closed up 7.4% Tuesday to an all-time high of $473.10 after a Goldman Sachs analyst upgraded the stock, citing the company's long-term international growth prospects and its stepped-up investments in kids' programming. In a research note,...
  • Samsung Shutting Down Digital Movie and TV Service

    Samsung Electronics will pull the plug on its video storefront for smart TVs and mobile devices on Aug. 1, marking its full exit from the digital-media business, while the company also said it has exciting new video products" in the works. The consumer-...
  • DreamWorks Animation Stock Plummets; Analysts Urge Studio to Lower Costs

    After a disappointing second quarter earnings call Tuesday, it has become clear to analysts that DreamWorks Animation must alter the way it does business. "I have no issue with the creative, DreamWorks Animation films are great," said David Miller of...
  • DreamWorks Animation in Glendale reports $15-million loss in second quarter

    DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. posted a $15.4-million loss in the second quarter after the company saw lower-than-expected box-office results for its latest movie, "How to Train Your Dragon 2." The Glendale company reported a loss of of $15.4 million, or...
  • DreamWorks Animation Q2 Earnings Fall Short of Estimates, SEC Investigation Revealed

    DreamWorks Animation says it is cooperating with an ongoing SEC investigation regarding the $13.5 million film inventories write down it took on "Turbo" in February. Katzenberg and the other execs on the Tuesday afternoon conference call would not comment...
  • SEC Investigating DreamWorks Animation's $13.5 Million 'Turbo' Writedown

    During its second quarter earnings call, DreamWorks Animation disclosed an ongoing investigation with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission regarding the $13.5 million writedown of film inventories the studio took on "Turbo" in February. The...
  • FCC not happy with Dodgers TV situation. Hollywood to keep film alive.

    After the coffee. Before hoping there's no new Dodgers news today. The Skinny: The Dodgers are keeping me very busy these days. I guess I shouldn't complain. Better to be a reporter with news to write about than one trying to figure out what to do....
  • Comic-Con 2014: Hollywood's Highs, Lows and No-Shows

    As the place where Hollywood now launches the marketing campaigns around its upcoming films, TV shows and videogames -- like "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" and "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" to smaller films like "The Giver" and "Horns," along...
  • DreamWorks Animation Names Mark Zoradi as COO; Ann Daly Becomes President

    DreamWorks Animation has hired Mark Zoradi as COO of the company. Ann Daly will be promoted to president of the studio and Lew Coleman will also take on the vice chairman job, in addition to his roles as CFO and acting chief accounting officer. "As...
  • DreamWorks Animation hires ex-Disney executive Mark Zoradi as COO

    DreamWorks Animation hires ex-Disney executive Mark Zoradi as COO
    DreamWorks Animation has promoted Ann Daly to company president and tapped former Disney executive Mark Zoradi as the studio's chief operating officer. The Glendale company behind the "Shrek," "Kung Fu Panda" and "Madagascar" movies said the...
  • Jeffrey Katzenberg, Linda Ronstadt Among Presidential Medal of Arts Recipients

    Jeffrey Katzenberg, Linda Ronstadt, Bill T. Jones, Albert Maysles and John Kander are among the recipients of this year's National Medal of Arts, which President Obama will present at the White House on Monday. Also on the list of recipients were...