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Winston Cho / The Hollywood Reporter:
A US district judge rules that Disney must face an antitrust lawsuit accusing it of inflating the cost of streaming live TV via its ownership of Hulu and ESPN
Sohee Kim / Bloomberg:
Sources: Paramount is considering scrapping its plans to launch Paramount+ in India this year in favor of selling more programming to JioCinema
Amy Hawkins / The Guardian:
A profile of Jimmy Lai, the owner of now closed Apple Daily and one of Hong Kong's most outspoken pro-democracy activists, as he marks 1,000 days in prison
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