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  • Fox stock up 2%; News Corp. holds its own in first day of trading

    Fox stock up 2%; News Corp. holds its own in first day of trading
    On the first day of trading as separate companies, Rupert Murdoch's television and movie empire, 21st Century Fox, gained nearly 2% while the publishing company ended the day down 5%. Still, the publishing entity, which took the name News Corp., largely...
  • Trio Ellas embraces a wide, varied musical world

    Trio Ellas embraces a wide, varied musical world
    Saturday night at the Hollywood Bowl, the female ensemble Trio Ellas will be among the top-billed acts at Mariachi USA Festival, a glittering annual showcase of charro-suited talent. It'll make a nice change of pace for the three young Mexican...
  • WIGS channel aims for TV-quality scripted shows on YouTube

    WIGS channel aims for TV-quality scripted shows on YouTube
    The wails of an infant haunt much of the 13-minute YouTube clip. On the Internet's dominant video site, recordings of laughing babies, talking twin babies, roller-skating babies long have made for amusing, sure-fire click bait. This case of a crying...
  • First-quarter U.S. advertising spending flat at $30 billion

    First-quarter U.S. advertising spending flat at $30 billion
    U.S. advertising spending during the first quarter of 2013 was flat compared to the year-earlier period, reflecting television network ratings woes and caution amid mixed signals on the economy. Marketers during the January-March period spent $30.2...
  • Snowden reportedly headed for Cuba after Moscow stopover

    Snowden reportedly headed for Cuba after Moscow stopover
    MOSCOW — A plane from Hong Kong believed to be carrying the former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden landed in the Russian capital late Sunday afternoon, and authorities said he was en route to Cuba. There were conflicting reports...
  • IATSE settles dispute over 'All My Children,' 'One Life to Live'

    IATSE settles dispute over 'All My Children,' 'One Life to Live'
    In true soap opera fashion, several locals of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees union have kissed and made up with Prospect Park, a production firm behind online versions of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live." Production...
  • DreamWorks Animation reinventing itself with TV deals, CEO says

    DreamWorks Animation reinventing itself with TV deals, CEO says
    With the freshly-announced deals to produce animated television shows for Netflix and Germany's leading children's TV channel, DreamWorks Animation is well on the way to reinventing itself as a multifaceted media company. That's the message Chief...
  • News Corp. shareholders approve company split

    News Corp. shareholders approve company split
    News Corp. shareholders overwhelmingly approved measures to carve Rupert Murdoch's sprawling media empire into two separate publicly traded media companies. The corporate split is on track to occur June 28, Murdoch announced Tuesday morning during a 23-...
  • Philip DeFranco goes from Web host to network exec

    Philip DeFranco goes from Web host to network exec
    Online sensation Philip DeFranco has found a new online home. The popular YouTube host has joined forces with Discovery Communications Inc.'s Revision3 in a deal scheduled to be announced Thursday. DeFranco will become senior vice president of...
  • Video may show suspect in Woolwich attack

    Video may show suspect in Woolwich attack
    LONDON -- A man who may be a suspect in an attack Wednesday near a military barracks in the Woolwich section of the city was shown on television holding knives in bloody hands and making statements that suggested he may have been motivated by Islamic...
  • Russia says it was robbed in Eurovision song contest

    Russia says it was robbed in Eurovision song contest
    MOSCOW — As might be expected, Russia's foreign minister spent his day Tuesday grappling with the biggest international crisis facing his country, an "outrageous incident" that has inflamed public passions. And Sergei Lavrov promised decisive...