Cynthia Littleton

Variety

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Managing Editor for Variety and co-author of Season Finale: The Unexpected Rise and Fall of the WB and UPN; former editor of the Hollywood Reporter

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Can the Weinstein Company be turned into a positive force for women?

The Weinstein Company has taken a huge financial hit since assault and harassment allegations came out against co-founder Harvey Weinstein.

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Donald Trump Sells Miss Universe

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HBO Now, Andy Lack's Back, Two Comedies, Two Strategies

HBO reveals some details, including the price, behind their new OTT service. Andy Lack returns to NBC News, but that doesn't mean Brian Williams will be coming back.

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