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  • Media Stocks Rise After Time Warner Rebuffs Murdoch Bid

    Wall Street boosted media stocks Wednesday in the wake of a disclosure that Rupert Murdoch-controlled 21st Century Fox made an $80 billion bid for Time Warner that was rebuffed. Time Warner shares rose as much as 17% in early trading before settling...
  • Time Warner stock surges after rebuffed Fox offer

    Shares of Time Warner Inc. surged Wednesday after Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox said it had tried to buy the company in a deal valued at $80 billion. Time Warner's board rejected the overture, but the offer drove Time Warner stock up 16% to $82.53...
  • Stock-Media Online Marketplace Pond5 Raises $61 Million in Funding

    Pond5, an online marketplace for video footage and stock media, has raised $61 million in equity financing from Accel Partners and Stripes Group. The New York-based company's collection of more than 15 million media assets, including 2.7 million royalty-...
  • CNN could be worth $5 billion if it is put up for sale: analyst

    (Reuters) - If Rupert Murdoch succeeds in buying Time Warner Inc and CNN is put up for sale, the 24-hour cable news network could be worth $5 billion, according to one analyst's estimate. Gabelli & Co's Brett Harriss said CNN is worth about 11 times...
  • Universal Studios: Horror Nights lineup includes 'Face Off' zone

    Universal Studios: Horror Nights lineup includes 'Face Off' zone
    Creations from "Face Off," the Syfy competition series,  will be part of the lineup for 2014 Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios. Ten characters inspired by the series will be part of the HHN "street experience," the theme park announced late...
  • Television Q&A: No more 'Dirty Sexy Money'

    Q: In checking out DVDs at my local library I came across seasons one and two of the TV series "Dirty Sexy Money" starring Donald Sutherland. Much to my dismay the show was canceled, but I read online that four episodes (what would have been a part of...
  • Rob Schneider is serious about making a sitcom on spec

    Rob Schneider is serious about making a sitcom on spec
    "Do we need more breakaway bottles," art director Carlos Osorio asks between takes on the set of "Real Rob." "No, they are very expensive," barks back the show's star, comedian Rob Schneider. Schneider is kidding about the bottles, but he is...
  • TV Review: 'The Divide'

    Marking WE's first scripted drama, "The Divide" appears to harbor aspirations to be more than just another cop/crime show, but its two-hour premiere stumbles along the way. Created by Richard LaGravenese and actor/director Tony Goldwyn, the show seeks...
  • Lionsgate, Alibaba plan subscription video streaming service in China

    Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba and Lionsgate announced on Monday that they will launch a subscription streaming service for mainland China. The service, called Lionsgate Entertainment World, will allow users of the Alibaba platform to watch box-office...
  • FX's 'The Strain' Premieres to Promising Ratings; Showtime's Sunday Series Return Lower

    FX's decision to slot Guillermo del Toro's new vampire-virus drama "The Strain" on Sunday nights paid off with a good ratings performance for its premiere. Also of note on Sunday in cable were sluggish but OK second-season premieres for Showtime's "Ray...
  • Producers of some of TV's top dramas talk about how they do it

    PASADENA, Calif. How do the wizards of television keep audiences coming back for more? With so much competition it requires a mysterious alchemy to spin straw into television gold. And it's an uber-challenge when some of the shows run a marathon of 24...