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Q2-16: Warner Bros pulls down Time Warner revenue 5.4 percent

Lower videogames, home entertainment and television licensing revenues pulled down Warner Bros revenue by 19.4 percent year-over-year (y-o-y) and operating income by 9.4 percent y-o-y for the quarter ended 30 June 2016 (Q2-16, current quarter). Warner Bros contributed 38.2 percent to Time Warner...

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GRB Entertainment ties-up with DR Danish Broadcasting

DR Danish Broadcasting acquired Meet The Hitlers, directed by Emmy nominated filmmaker Matt Ogens and presented by Oscar and Emmy nominated documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock, from GRB Entertainment.

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“Grey's Anatomy”, “Ghost Whisperer” and “What About Brain” to air for the first time on terrestrial television Indonesia

Singapore: In an inaugural deal, Buena Vista International Television–Asia Pacific (BVITV-AP), the international television distribution arm of The Walt Disney Company, announced today an agreement to license a live action series package to Indonesian terrestrial broadcaster JAK-TV, a leading local...

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ABC to keep 'Lost' fans entertained through moments

MUMBAI: To keep fans enticed until the second half of the adventure show Lost premieres in February 2007, US broadcaster ABC and ABC.com will feature Lost Moments.

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
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Adobe wins Emmy for its Flash video technology

MUMBAI: Adobe has won a Technical and Engineering Emmy from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for its Flash video technology, in recognition of the software's role in bringing television content to the Internet.

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