News of Note—Time Warner, Olympusat and 21st Century Fox

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> Time Warner announced a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.4025 per share of Common Stock. Release

> Olympusat announced the process of moving its network program services to satellite [email protected] Degrees West on Nov. 30, 2017. Release

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> Compensation for the Murdochs at 21st Century Fox has fallen. Variety article

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