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Shares of Twitter shot up 21% following news that the social media darling is in conversations with Google and Salesforce as potential acquirers.

Tom Dooley, interim president and CEO at Viacom, has decided to exit the company as of 15 November.

UK pay-TV giant Sky and ITV have confirmed the extent of their promised cash injection in Ginx TV, the owner of the UK and Ireland’s only 24-hour eSports TV channel, GINX eSports TV.

Film and television facilities group Pinewood Studios is opening a representative office in the Chinese capital Beijing.

FCC chairman Tom Wheeler is still open to changes in his app-based set-top box (STB) plan, even as the scheduled 29 September vote on the overhaul remains on the calendar.
After months of speculation, John Malone’s Liberty Media has announced that it is to buy Formula One racing in a cash-and-stock deal worth $4.4 billion.

Tribune Media and DISH Networks have ended their months-long programming blackout, just in time for the NFL season.

Peppa Pig is no longer headed for a new sty as ITV has withdrawn its proposal to acquire Entertainment One (eOne).