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  • Sony named former Fox TV networks chief Tony Vinciquerra as the new chairman & CEO of Sony Pictures Entertainment, its film and TV division. He replaces Michael Lynton, who announced plans to step down
  • and the leading Fox affiliate, is to get even bigger with a deal to acquire rival Tribune Media for $3.9bn. The deal could extend Sinclair's portfolio to 68 Fox stations, though it also has affiliations
  • There was further upheaval at Fox News with the abrupt resignation of co-president Bill Shine, who has worked at the channel since its launch 20 years ago. Though not directly linked to any of the accusations
  • As soon as one fire is extinguished at Fox News, another breaks out. A week after the termination of host Bill O'Reilly over allegations of sexual harassment, a class-action lawsuit has been filed by
  • In the news this past week: Media Fox News is to terminate the contract of controversial and confrontational host Bill O'Reilly in the wake of allegations of sexual and verbal abuse. Until earlier this
  • EU regulators cleared 21st Century Fox's proposed acquisition of the shares it doesn't already own in pan-regional satellite broadcaster Sky. However, no decision has yet been reached by regulators in
  • have pulled their ads from Fox News' top-rated show The O'Reilly Factor as a result of a sexual harassment scandal surrounding its host Bill O'Reilly. This follows a similar scandal last year involving
  • Viacom picked former 20th Century Fox chief Jim Gianopoulos to lead its ailing Paramount Pictures movie division. At Fox, Gianopoulos oversaw huge hits including Avatar, Deadpool and the X-Men series.
  • The UK Government referred 21st Century Fox's proposed takeover of its part-owned subsidiary Sky to regulators. Media watchdog Ofcom has been tasked with deciding whether full ownership of Sky would give
  • 20th Century Fox "Meet Walter" by RSA Films Hornbach "Regret Nothing" by Heimat (TBWA) We have four fine films for you again this week. With sincere apologies to William Shakespeare, it's food itself

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