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Jeff Bezos Backs High Standards Amid Ethical Questions Over New Washington Post Publisher

Jeff Bezos affirms his commitment to upholding high journalistic standards amidst controversy surrounding the ethical integrity of The Washington Post's new publisher Will Lewis.


‘Inside Out 2’ Shatters Box Office Records with $155 Million Weekend Debut

Pixar's ‘Inside Out 2’ has turned the box office upside down with an impressive $155 million in North American ticket sales during its opening weekend, making it the biggest debut of the year...

ABC's Paul Barry to Step Down as Host of 'Media Watch' in December

Media Watch presenter Paul Barry announced he would host his final episode in December...

Paramount, Skydance Merger Negotiations Abandoned Due to Shareholder Dispute

Paramount's merger talks with Skydance were abruptly ended by the controlling shareholder, National Amusements, just before the deal was finalized, citing unresolved "noneconomic terms" despite agreei..


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"The Apprentice" is looking for a new boss; Will NBC hire George Lopez after Trump gets 'fired'?
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Online video site Vessel bets fans will pay for early access
Online video platform Vessel launched its paid subscription service on Tuesday, offering programming at least three days before other websites in a bid to reshape an industry dominated by free content
Apple TV entices networks with promise of mobile viewers
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Apple in talks to launch online TV service
Apple Inc is in talks with programmers to offer a slimmed-down bundle of TV networks this fall, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Apple pies and iPads sweeten China's dreaded TV expose
From cut-price apple pies to free iPads, companies in China are transforming Sunday's dreaded consumer rights day into a shopping frenzy, to blunt the impact of being named and shamed in state broadca
China's Wanda seeks to raise $203 million in scaled-back IPO
China's biggest movie theater operator Wanda Cinema Line Corp is seeking to raise 1.26 billion yuan ($203.26 million) through an initial public offering, scaling back its original listing plan, people
YouTube's release of 'The Interview' a chance to show off paid video chops
Google Inc's decision to screen Sony Pictures' film "The Interview" may help legitimize its YouTube platform as a serious rival to paid video streaming services, Netflix and Amazon.com Inc.
In plot reversal, Sony sends 'The Interview' to 200 theaters
Sony Pictures will allow "The Interview" to play in more than 200 U.S. theaters as of Christmas Day, reversing its decision to pull the film, after coming under criticism from President Barack Obama a
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