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Halfwaythrough this current election cycle media and communications entities are on trackto set a record for campaign contributions to federal candidates.

The clockphase of the FCC's reverse auction of spectrum is set to begin at the end of themonth. But a number of questions remain.

WithApple Inc. sentiment souringlately, a panel of Hollywood executives and investors at Digital Hollywood discussedthe company's video opportunity and whether it can save Apple from the pangs ofmaturity.

E! EntertainmentTelevision co-founder Larry Namer talks about the differences in programming forAmerican versus Chinese audiences and how the Chinese entertainment industry israpidly evolving. Today Namer is president and CEO of Metan Global EntertainmentGroup, which produces and distributes content for Chinese-speaking audiences.

has been weighed downby expenses and currency headwinds, but the sell-off may be overstated.