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Scooter Braun's Letter to the Good Guys: 'Why Are We Celebrating the Playboy?'

Asked about recent allegations of sexual harassment concerning movie mogul Harvey Weinstein — and a slew of others — Scooter Braun had this to say: 249 more words


Bob Iger, Jeff Shell & More Moguls Give NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo Big H'wood Cash & POTUS Shine

Andrew Cuomo may not be officially running for President in 2020, but a big-bucks visit tonight to Universal boss Jeff Shell’s home to schmooze with studio chiefs shows the New York governor is already taking a page out of the Democrats’ well-thumbed Hollywood playbook for a White House pursuit. 710 more words

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Jeffrey Katzenberg, Evan Spiegel Join Paley Board, Sumner Redstone Shifts to Emeritus

Jeffrey Katzenberg, Snap chief Evan Spiegel and Liberty Global’s Mike Fries are among the five new members appointed to the Paley Center for Media’s board of trustees. 154 more words


Jeffrey Katzenberg's WndrCo Invests in Whistle Sports

WndrCo, the mobile-video holding company whose founders include Jeffrey Katzenberg, has made a small equity investment in digital-media startup Whistle Sports as part of a larger round of funding. 310 more words


Jeffrey Katzenberg: Harvey Weinstein Is a Monster, but Didn't Act Alone

Former Dreamworks chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg repudiated his former colleague Harvey Weinstein at Wall Street Journal’s WSJ.D Live conference in Laguna Beach, Calif. Monday evening, but also said that Weinstein couldn‘t have acted alone — and that it was time for Hollywood to change key policies. 301 more words


Jeffrey Katzenberg is looking to raise $2B for a new video startup

As tech giants like Apple and Facebook prepare to spend billions of dollars on movies and TV, longtime Hollywood executive Jeffrey Katzenberg is looking to write some big checks for original content, too. 219 more words


MPTF Launches New Grassroots Fundraising Campaign: 'We're All in This Together,' Says George Clooney

Can $5 truly make a difference? The answer is a resounding yes, according to the Motion Picture Television Fund, which is kicking off a grassroots fundraising campaign titled “We All Play Our Part” — urging everyone in the industry to contribute a small weekly amount from their paychecks to fund the charity’s efforts. 906 more words