News of Note—RLJ Entertainment, PGA Tour, Xumo and The Weinstein Company

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> The Weinstein Company has officially filed for bankruptcy. (Pixabay)

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> RLJ Entertainment's special committee of independent directors has retained Allen & Company LLC as its financial advisor and Greenberg Traurig LLP as its legal counsel. Release

> The PGA Tour has partnered with the XUMO streaming service to launch its first ad-supported over-the-top offering for smart TVs. Rapid TV News article


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> The Weinstein Company has officially filed for bankruptcy. CNN article

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