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Sony to bring Pictures, TV division under one roof

Sony Pictures TV is set to merge international TV operations to bring its television networks, home entertainment and distribution businesses together. This shuffle may lead to some job cuts, with many senior executives from Sony having already departed.

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Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins hops to Sony Pictures

MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) chairman and CEO Tony Vinciquerra has recruited former lieutenant, Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins, to fill the top job that had been vacant since the departure of Sony Pictures TV chairman Steve Mosko seventeen months ago.

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Hulu to live-stream top TV channels with NBCUniversal tie-up

MUMBAI: Hulu and NBCUniversal have reached a comprehensive, new distribution agreement that will bring NBC and Telemundo Owned Television Stations and portfolio of leading cable networks to Hulu’s upcoming new live TV streaming service when it launches this Spring. The deal will provide live and...

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Time Warner invests into Hulu as equity owner

Time Warner Inc. and Hulu LLC announced today that Time Warner will become a 10 percent owner of Hulu, the premium streaming TV service that offers the best of current season programming, premium original content, films and full seasons of hit series. Time Warner joins The Walt Disney Company, 21st...

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News Corp restructures senior team ahead of split

MUMBAI: In a precursor to the split in its business empire, media conglomerate News Corporation has restructured its senior leadership team that oversees the company‘s media and entertainment properties.

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