News of Note—Sony Pictures, 21st Century Fox and the NAB Show

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Christine Birch is out as head of domestic marketing at Sony Pictures. (stevepb / Pixabay)

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> Christine Birch is out as head of domestic marketing at Sony Pictures. Variety article

> 21st Century Fox’s Star India bid $940 million for all broadcast and digital rights for all international cricket played in India. Variety article


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> LiveU Matrix is a new platform for live video contribution and distribution over IP, enabling broadcasters to view, manage and distribute live content. Release

> The NAB Show Creative Master Series Conference will feature creatives and filmmakers behind “Marvel’s Jessica Jones,” “Black Panther” and “Ready Player One” in three separate sessions. Release

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