News of Note—Univision, James Corden and 'American Idol'

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Here are the stories we're following this morning.

> Univision is making a few job cuts, including high-level execs running its digital businesses. TV Newser article

> James Corden's Snapchat show is finally making its debut. Adweek article

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> "American Idol" scored 10.3 million viewers in its return on ABC. Variety article

> Movies Anywhere has added Fandango Now to its list of supported digital movie services. Website

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