News of Note—Paramount, Weinstein Company and KSNV

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Here are some of the other stories we're following today:

> Paramount Pictures and Huahua Media have canceled a deal for the Chinese firm to co-finance Paramount's film slate through fiscal 2019. Release

> Colony Capital is no longer interested in buying Weinstein Company. Los Angeles Times article

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> Several media organizations, including KSNV, the NBC affiliate in Las Vegas, are suing the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department seeking documents related to the Oct. 1 concert massacre that left 58 people dead. TVSpy article

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